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Ranjeet01

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  1. Tfr (Total Fertility Rate ) has to be above 2.1 which is the replacement rate. The Sikh population tfr in Indis if I am correct is about 1.6 I suspect it has partly to do with the education of Sikh women. Educated women marry later and have less children. Also I suspect family planning is probably playing a part as well with knowledge of contraception. Having less children Is seen as being modern and advanced (progressive ) I suspect also with scans to tell the sex of children, if there is a boy born, a couple will stop having any more children saying that their family is complete. That phrase is used quite a lot "family complete". But is a worldwide trend.
  2. Muslim countries fertility rates are dropping as well. Just not as fast as in western countries. It is subsaharan African countries that have increased significantly. Likely because being the least developed and with immunisation that reduces child mortality.
  3. Infertility rates are increasing around the world Sperm counts are dropping. Post vaccine Covid, birth rates have plummeted with increased rates of still births etc (not insinuating anything here hmm..hmm.) Testosterone rates are dropping in men over the decades (apparently this is due to the increase in plastics and all those xeno-estrogens ) Currently the world population is 8 billion but I reckon this will drop in the next 50 years.
  4. An economic migrant brings money in. I think the influx of the population has come from all the student visas.
  5. Very interesting how the Hindu population is also increased quite considerably. It is no coincidence that the significant increase of Hindus has impacted the Sikh political protests. Whereas previously Sikhs in Canada had little open opposition (my observation ) , there does seem to be an influx of Hindutva types in Canada. It does seem that the India Hindu groups have begun to assert themselves in western countries like Canada and Australia. I suspect when the UK census comes out, the Hindu population is going to be a lot higher. This seems to have played a part of the increased Hindu assertiveness against the muslims in Leicester. A lot of the Hindu mob like behaviour in the UK (as per some reports ) come from more recent migrants and they seem to come from particular parts of India. There were Sikh-Hindu in Australia and the Hindu migrants came from Haryana. Typically Hindu migrants (India not Sri Lanka)came from certain areas like Gujurat, Punjab, they are now coming from all other areas and they are not all white collar IT types. Hindutva India seems to be strategically migrating people to keep overseas diasporas in check.
  6. I don't think he would care to tell you the truth. The elites have selected him. They could care less if he is Indian. If he does a 2 year stint to take then to the general elections and if Labour get into power then he will become Lord Sunak of Harrow, lol
  7. These types are lost and deluded They are caught up in maya and all the attachments with those 5 thieves. 1 of the 4 Vedas is about occult practices. That was quite an eye opener for me.
  8. Personally speaking I find myself quite indifferent to Rishi Sunak as PM. He was selected by the elites to become PM. Before Liz Truss became PM, the Tory MPs wanted him as PM whereas most of the Tory Party members chose Truss. If that does not tell you the inner circle and the outer circle of the Tory party. The fact that they chose an PM within 1 week compared to the 6 weeks also tells you that they were not going to make the same mistake. Compared to the other MPs during lockdown, he probably shown more competency as Chancellor than Patel or Hancock etc in their respective roles. But if there is one thing you can realise is that the PM does not run the country.
  9. Though this Karvachauth is the least of our worries. The question is what are the other occulty things do our women folk get up to that our men folk are not even aware of.
  10. According to Hindu scriptures, the Trinity have appeared multiples times in multiple universes and everytime they appear there is a new Puraana that is written. It is almost like they are clones that are replicated in every new universe that is created. Another theory is that the trinity are basic constitutions of the neutron, proton and electron. Though I am not a physicist. Though as a Sikhi we are above and beyond and worship the Akaal, Hindu scriptures are fascinating stories.
  11. Political power of the elites in the case of European countries to a large degree. However, as Europe becomes a post Christian society they are going back to their pagan past. Japan resisted Christianity in 16th/17th century and had imposed two centuries worth of isolation before the Meiji restoration. The muslim South East Asian countries like Malaysia and Indonesia still have Buddhist / Hindu undercurrents in their society.
  12. This Karvachauth if I am correct got popularised from Indian Soap operas. I don't think anyone knew what it was. It is completely anthethical to Sikhi. It provides no benefit.
  13. I guess if they have to come down to the world with all the wordly things that go on then they probably would get caught up in maya But for these entities that seem to be billions and maybe trillions of years old, they do seem to be quite immature with each other as they fought with each other and you would expect better from them. They themselves seem to be caught up in a cycle if they keep coming back again and again in various incarnations and I am sure Bani has mentioned that there are multiple Shiva, multiple Vishnu and multiple Brahma. The Vedas, Puranas seem to be fascinating literature. Just wondering if Hindu scriptures have personified and story-telled ancient scientific phenomenon to make it digestible for a human audience who would not understand otherwise. In the pantheon of devtas that is believed in pagan societies across the world, the same "gods" appear again and again but the Trinity seem to be a bit different between the Hindus and other pagan societies. Bani acknowledges all these entities but then cuts through all that and says that there is one creator. When you focus on naam, everything else seems to inconsequential.
  14. Bani mentioned these 3 and we know they are avatars and one is a creator, one is a sustainer and one is a destroyer. Bani mentions that these 3 being around multiple times and there being multiple Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma and it seems that the universe comes into creation, sustained for a bit and then dissolves. The vedic scriptures obviously discusses them in great detail. And Hindus worship them like god, though now that I understand the Vedas a tiny bit better, I think I understand why our Gurus reject the Vedas but they do acknowledge the Vedas. Are these 3 entities or are they just universal phenomenon that the ancient Vedic Hindus gave names to so that they understand the cosmos better?
  15. It is said a picture paints a thousand words. But that is not necessarily true. There is one word that we jaap that encapsulates everything in the universe and time. Scientists look for the single theory that connects everything, this word is the single fact that connects everything together.
  16. This kind of mob violence is something us Sikhs try to avoid as much as possible, we are very reluctant. The other 2 communities love to indulge in it. But I think I may have mentioned this before but I think our propensity for violence when unleashed is something to behold because when we lose it we really lose it. It's like a person who has a long fuse and very rarely lose their temper but they are very hard to control once it is lost. I think many of us Sikh somewhere inside know this about our nature. We are not scared of others per se but we are more afraid of what we become. Like in 1947, we unleashed far more destruction on the muslims but it disgusts us and we hated for doing what we had to do, whereas they don't have any feelings of guilt at all of the things they did. We are wired differently. I think if neuroscientists did tests on us Sikhs compared to the other communities I imagine the neuroscientists would confirm this. I think we probably operate on a different vibration/frequency. We clearly operate at a far higher avasta and then we have to lower ourselves to a more more primitive level. We may all come from the same part of the world and share some ancestory and dna/ heritage etc but I honestly believe that we have diverged from the other 2 communities in a lot of intangible ways.
  17. The muslims cannot really do much in Leicester so they picked an easy target in Birmingham. And they use what they are good at which is the numbers game. I wish there was a community that breeds at higher rates than the muslims so that when the muslims try to get their numbers that they get out-numbered by another community. As to your post that you mentioned about us Sikhs being outnumbered by mobs from other communities is that although we are quite a docile race, we have a knack of being extremely well organised and disciplined when the time comes and this bodes well when tackling an unruly mob particularly when being outnumbered. It's like some kind of dormant gene that gets activated. You saw how quickly our community galvanised during 2011 riots, how quickly during the Kisaan protests. Like MrrSingh said we are a walking contradiction.
  18. One major factor for the Hindus are doing what they are doing in the UK is the political backing. The Hindu political leadership in India is comprised of Gujjus and it is the Gujju diaspora that is spearheads in countries abroad. Even if we had this level of political backing, we Sikhs don't do what these two other communities do. We are wired differently. Even if we were an overwhelming majority, we don't pick on other communities. But for some reason, these two other communities love to use their numbers. But as a neutral observer, it is interesting to see Muslims in the UK on the back foot. The Hindu lobby groups seem to have turned the tables on the Muslim lobby groups. The police and local authorities seem to protect Muslims but they look quite helpless. Muslim lobby groups seem to infiltrate systems from a lower level but the Hindu lobby groups seem to be excercise from a higher level. So it seems to be top-down vs bottom-up.
  19. We love to do our violence at a micro level but are hesitant at a macro level. We do our violence differently, it takes a lot for us to get down to the macro level.
  20. What the Hindus have shown (They have decades of experience in India) is that when you stand toe to toe in mob violence with Muslims, the muslims b1tch and scream and play victim. When they cannot use their usual tactics and are unable to use their numbers, they capitulate very quickly. I think we are the very few communities that can exert extreme violence historically but we feel great aversion to go down to mob violence route. Though I am completely neutral in this Hindu -Muslim spat, it is an interesting case study.
  21. The Sikh Federation seem to be sticking their nose into the Hindu Muslim affairs. This is a lobby group that is supposed to represent Sikh interests. Both Islamists and Hinduvatis are not our friends and our lobby groups should butt out.
  22. If I am not mistaken, there has been an influx of Hindu students/migrants into the UK as part of some trade deal with India. It is quite plausible that there are definitely Hindutva elements in there. My understanding is that this particular incident stems from an India-Pakistan cricket match and the Pakistani muslim started attacking Hindu businesses etc (though it was reported that these muslims were largely from outside Leicester ). Mob violence is largely a numbers game and Leicester has a very high population of Hindus and particularly Gujerati Hindus who are the most ardent Hinduvatis.
  23. It is at the extremes where our kaum is divided. The majority of the silent majority falls in the middle. It is like a bell curve. The extremes seem to be the most loud. They amplify everything.
  24. We are the do-gooder boy scouts. I think historically 99.9 per cent of the time we never got involved in the skirmishes between other groups. But 0.1 per cent time we did (probably at the behest of one of the groups) is what gets amplified. It's basically a narrative that needs to be stamped out. The subcontinent people have always had a habit making things that happens 0.1 per cent of the time as a regular occurance. The people have a habit of embellishing and exaggerating things.
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