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  1. From what I have observed, I have not (yet) heard of any sexual grooming cases within my wider family. however, I do know think one of the biggest issues which has affected wider family and those of others is financial exploitation eg dodgy business dealing and cheating others out of money or land (relevant to @weareallone’s and your points on the other thread). Btw, the YouTube channel above seems to be Sikh Unit ? And I didn’t recognise Bhai Mahan Singh ji at first !
  2. To be honest, I don’t know what you think as I don’t recall any of your posts covering such a topic (you might have and I overlooked it). I think as someone who doesn’t go to India you would believe it a good idea. There are two other videos in this thread from Bhai Jagraj Singh ji, which cover the topic again. I agree with @chatanga1‘s point that the 1st generation oldies really should not be at front of our leadership as they cannot relate to well to issues affecting second gen onward Sikhs here. I think it would be good for a mix of some of the recently arrived ‘freshie’ Sikhs as well as second and third gen onward to be represented in Gurdwara committees. But whether a new physical Takht is necessary or would work, I don’t agree. Where would it be based to start with? I think there needs to be a central council that ‘police’s’ Gurdware, but I feel like our community is too divided. Perhaps the only way we can become United is because of development of some sort of ‘Crisis’ situation or civil unrest like which happened back in 2011 in the UK
  3. Kulwinder Singh awarded court costs after ‘unreasonable’ murder charge Georgina Mitchell February 10, 2023 — 5.40pm A man who was wrongly accused of murdering his wife by lighting her on fire has been awarded court costs, after a judge found it was unreasonable to prosecute him because there was no evidence that he was anywhere near her at the time. Instead, the judge found, it is likely the wife set herself on fire in an echo of a Bollywood movie she had just watched, killing herself accidentally when the fire reacted to the synthetic clothing she was wearing. Kulwinder Singh faced trial in the NSW Supreme Court accused of killing Parwinder Kaur, 32, by pouring petrol on her and setting her alight at their Rouse Hill home in Sydney’s north-west on the afternoon of December 2, 2013. His fingerprints and DNA were not detected on a tin of petrol and a lighter found in the laundry, however his wife’s fingerprints and DNA were on both items. When Kaur ran down the driveway engulfed in flames, Singh could be seen running behind her attempting to pat her out. Prosecutors argued at an initial trial in 2019 that Singh either threatened his wife to pour petrol on herself and light it, or had poured the petrol and used the lighter himself, leaving no trace on the objects. A jury was unable to reach a verdict in the 2019 trial, and Singh was found not guilty following a retrial in 2021. Kulwinder Singh (left) faced trial accused of murdering Parwinder Kaur (right). In a judgment on Friday, Justice Natalie Adams said there was “significant difficulty” with the proposition that Singh was in the laundry when the fire began, because there was no DNA or fingerprint evidence putting him there, and no petrol residue on his clothes. Adams said Kaur and Singh had been arguing because she had been giving money to relatives to help them migrate to Australia, rather than paying her share of the mortgage. The judge said Singh and Kaur had fought over this on the day of her death, and he began to pack his bags to go to his mother’s house. Earlier that day, Kaur had been watching the Bollywood movie Gadar, where a woman torn between her sense of duty to her family and her in-laws is hospitalised with an injury, causing her extended family to reconcile because they are so concerned for her. “The fact that this film was the last thing that the deceased watched before the argument with her husband and her tragic death is informative and consistent with the defence case,” Adams said. She said the evidence suggested Kaur wet her hair and wrapped it in a towel to protect it, called triple zero, then set herself alight, with fingerprints on the petrol tin consistent with Kaur pouring it onto herself. The judge said it is “hardly surprising” that police would initially suspect Singh of killing his wife, because he was the only other person home, but “the physical evidence overwhelmingly pointed to Ms Kaur being the one who poured the accelerant on herself and ignited it some time later”. “The evidence as to the plot of the film she was watching immediately prior to doing so confirms other aspects of the physical evidence that, tragically, that is what most likely occurred,” Adams said. “Having regard to all of the relevant facts, I am satisfied that it was not reasonable for the prosecution to commence proceedings for murder against Mr Singh.”
  4. Agenda 21 summarised https://www.theapricity.com/forum/showthread.php?237186-agenda-21-hunger-games-nwo&p=5000044&viewfull=1#post5000044 Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere* Translation: Centralized banks, IMF, World Bank, Fed to control all finances, digital one world currency in a cashless societyGoal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture* Translation: GMOGoal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages* Translation: Mass vaccination, Codex Alimentarius [Blog Editor’s link]Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all* Translation: U.N. propaganda, brainwashing through compulsory education from cradle to graveGoal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls* Translation: Population control through forced "Family Planning"Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all* Translation: Privatize all water sources, don't forget to add fluorideGoal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all* Translation: Smart grid with smart meters on everything, peak pricingGoal 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all* Translation: TPP, free trade zones that favor megacorporate interestsGoal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovationTranslation: Toll roads, push public transit, remove free travel, environmental restrictionsGoal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries* Translation: Even more regional government bureaucracy like a mutant octopusGoal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable* Translation: Big brother big data surveillance stateGoal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns* Translation: Forced austerityGoal 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts* Translation: Cap and Trade, carbon taxes/credits, footprint taxesGoal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development* Translation: Environmental restrictions, control all oceans including mineral rights from ocean floorsGoal 15: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss* Translation: More environmental restrictions, more controlling resources and mineral rightsGoal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels* Translation: U.N. "peacekeeping" missions (ex 1, ex 2), the International Court of (blind) Justice, force people together via fake refugee crises and then mediate with more "U.N. peacekeeping" when tension breaks out to gain more control over a region, remove 2nd Amendment in USAGoal 17: Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development* Translation: Remove national sovereignty worldwide, promote globalism under the "authority" and bloated, Orwellian bureaucracy of the U.N.The more you dig into the details, the more you realize just how insidious these "global goals" really are.The elite want a one world government, a one world economic system and a one world religion, BUT they are not going to achieve these things by conquest. Rather, they want everyone to sign up for these new systems willingly.The "global goals" are a template for a united world.
  5. I used to put a sports wristband over my Kara for PE at school, that is an option. If the workplace allows wedding band on the hand they maybe should allow Kara, unless concerns it will catch on equipment or get stuck? I don’t know if there is any alternative for Surgeons who need to be bare below the elbow though. Maybe the Kara can be put around the neck attached to a necklace/chain?
  6. Bump Interesting topic, Thoughts @dallysingh101 @BhForce @jkvlondon etc ?
  7. https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/woman-distributed-indecent-images-over-26190141 Woman distributed indecent images over WhatsApp then claimed it was 'role play' Pervert walked free from court despite continuing vile chats even after the police raided her house S By Adam Everett 20:06, 8 FEB 2023 UPDATED09:21, 10 FEB 2023 A woman who distributed indecent images of children over WhatsApp has walked free from court. Ketan Shende sent the vile pictures and videos to men in lewd chats, then claimed she had merely been engaged in "role play". She continued doing so even after the police had raided her home. Ketan Shende outside Liverpool Crown Court (Image: LIVERPOOL ECH Liverpool Crown Court heard this afternoon, Wednesday, that Merseyside Police first visited her house on Gorsedale Road in Mossley Hill on March 22 last year as a result of information received by the force. Ian Criddle, prosecuting, described how officers seized a Samsung mobile phone on which they discovered 84 indecent images in category A - those graded as showing the most serious forms of abuse. These included pictures and videos showing children aged as young as four being raped. Also found were 30 category B images and 35 in category C, which had been collected since October 2020. On March 12 2022, Shende had distributed 13 category A, two category B and three category C indecent images in a WhatsApp conversation with a man known as "Billy". Under interview, the 42-year-old denied having a "sexual interest in children, but enjoyed role playing and sending these images to other people". She was released on bail following this raid, but police executed another search warrant on January 11 this year following further intelligence. On this occasion, they found one category C image on another phone which had been distributed on WhatsApp on Boxing Day by the defendant under the name "Leah". Shende has no previous convictions. Rebecca Smith, defending, told the court: "She has been candid in trying to provide some level of understanding into her own difficulties and why it is she committed these offences.
  8. @Kaurr @5aaban what’s the situation like on ground level?
  9. Sorry you’re going through this situation. If you don’t already, it would help to develop a Nitnem and do regular Simran every day. others like @Singh375 and @jkvlondonprobably can give more better advice based on Gurmat. If not already ensure you get counselling. Ensure you do regular exercise and sleep well. vaguely, is it Health-related? Finance-related ? Relatives-related ? or serious of ‘bad luck’ events ?
  10. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-64620064.amp US military unsure how shot-down objects were aloft By Gareth Evans in Washington 12 February 2023 Updated 6 minutes ago IMAGE SOURCE, GETTY IMAGES Image caption, A US fighter jet shot down the object over the shores of Michigan on Sunday (file image) US military officials say they are unsure how three unidentified flying objects shot out of the skies of North America had been able to stay aloft. President Joe Biden ordered another object - the fourth in total this month - to be downed on Sunday. As it was traveling at 20,000ft (6,100m), it could have interfered with commercial air traffic, the US said. A military commander said it could be a "gaseous type of balloon" or "some type of a propulsion system". He added he could not rule out that the objects were extra-terrestrials. The latest object - shot down near the Canadian border - has been described by defence officials as an unmanned "octagonal structure" with strings attached to it. It was downed by a missile fired from an F-16 fighter jet at 14:42 local time (19:42 GMT). The incident raises further questions about the spate of high-altitude objects that have been shot down over North America this month. US Northern Command Commander General Glen VanHerck said that there was no indication of any threat. "I'm not going to categorize them as balloons. We're calling them objects for a reason," he said. "What we are seeing is very, very small objects that produce a very, very low radar cross-section," he added. Speculation as to what the objects may be has intensified in recent days. "I will let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out," Gen VanHerck said when asked if it was possible the objects are aliens or extra-terrestrials. "I haven't ruled out anything at this point." A suspected Chinese spy balloon was downed off the coast of South Carolina on 4 February after hovering for days over the US. Officials said it originated in China and had been used to monitor sensitive sites. China denied the object was used for spying and said it was a weather monitoring device that had blown astray. The incident - and the angry exchanges in its aftermath - ratcheted up tensions between Washington and Beijing.
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