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  1. ਹਾਂ, ਤੁਸੀਂ ਇਸ ਨੂੰ ਸਹੀ ਪੜ੍ਹਦੇ ਹੋ ਜੇ ਉਹ ਇਕ ਈਸਾਈ ਕੁੜੀ ਹੈ, ਤਾਂ ਮੈਂ ਓਬੀ ਵਾਨ ਕੇਨੋਬੀ ਹਾਂ.
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    love some one

  3. Not in my area. It's the Nigerians, Kenyans, and the Ghanaians that represent blacks in the best possible light. The Jamaicans (ironically, another group from the ex-colonies), on the other hand... pfft, let's not even go there. Demons in human skins. Call it dehumanising or whatever, I don't care. They're a destructive force drunk on victimhood whenever they're called our on their bakwaas. They hate Asians, because of the obvious reason: we contradict their victim narrative due to our sianah emigrating to the UK around the same time their sianah made the journey, and yet the relative fortunes of both communities diverged a very long time ago. This fact sticks in their throat, and they resent us for it. So, no, there's no justifiable reason for why I'd ever stand with such a feckless, Godless, and unreliable group of people, regardless of any potential Anglo Saxon storm on the horizon. I'll take my chances without that albatross around my neck.
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    How do you do the Fateh to someone properly?

    Someone would think you're beginning a philosophical discussion on the existence of the Khalsa, and why glory belongs to it. "Can someone explain to me why the Khalsa, and why its Fateh? Please, explain!"
  5. The street level blacks should neither be respected nor emulated. They are not an example, regardless of the unintentional knock-on affects they may inspire in the ruling establishment. It's a Pandora's Box that must remain closed. Of all the groups to ally with, I would never consider inner-city blacks to be one to consider. Saying that, aspirational, God-fearing blacks are wonderful people, lol. Honestly, most of them are incredibly grounded and chilled, promoting strong family and strong ethical and moral conduct.
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    Why are muslims so evil?

    Ultimately, the kuffar will never supersede the Ummah and its directives. Non-Muslims need to get this undeniable fact into their skulls, then decide how they wish to proceed from there onwards. "Being nice" and accomodating beyond reason will not swing a thing when it boils down to them making a choice. Yet, as Sikh history shows it is still possible to be on good terms with some of their kind, dare I say friends in some cases, but always on the alert.
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    Why are muslims so evil?

    I genuinely believe it's a combination of culture, upbringing, and personality, which is why it's impossible to generalise ALL Muslims to be of a certain frame of mind despite what their religion instructs.
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    Why are muslims so evil?

    Then he wonders why he's treated like a joke.
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    Why are muslims so evil?

    Where do you think that originates from? Religion or culture? I agree with you, though I must admit that quality you've described seems to be present only in certain Muslims from particular regions. I'm friends with a couple of Iranians and a Lebanese, and they certainly don't have that unsettling "twistedness." With the other sort, it's like their perception of humanity and the world is slightly askew in comparison to most people; as if they're viewing reality through a lense of mankind's lowest and most based motivations. Whenever I'm around certain Muslims, my Fight or Flight instinct is always activated. I can't relax around them. Hilariously, my hand instinctively finds its way to the hilt of my kirpan even when it's under my clothes, lol.
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    I don't like how Gurps is eyeballing me. Why's he eyeballin' me?
  11. Jeez Louise. That's a harrowing read. We occasionally knock the loafers and lafungeh of Punjab, but others just want to make something of their lives for their families. The fact they feel their only chance to succeed is to work in a warzone is an indictment on the opportunities available to people back home.
  12. I mean, when 6th Paatshah decided it was of paramount importance to introduce Miri alongside Piri, did it signify a loss of faith in Akal Purakh and the belief that his spiritual power could overcome any obstacle? Should Sikhs have retreated to the forests and just prayed the Mughals away? When the fort at Chamkaur was under siege I suppose Guru Sahib should've suspended all martial action and preparations, and instigated an Akhand Jaap to shoo the Mughals forces away. I guess I shouldn't inform fellow brothers and sisters about what may lie ahead in the future (as I see it), and help them chart a course away from pitfalls and obstacles they might encounter in those situations, because merely mentioning the worst case scenario is doom-mongering and a sign of a negative, unbelieving mind(!) Fine. I'll plan for the worst and be glad IF it doesn't happen -- but I will be thoroughly prepared IF it does -- whilst others HOPE and delude themselves into thinking life will continue unhindered, but then are desperately looking around for a saviour or are paralysed through fear and inaction when things do eventually go south. I know what course of action I prefer, and it's not the one that relies on the goodness of humanity. Death is an inescapable truth for all living things, but I'll be darned if it comes to my door before it was meant to, and the only reason I succumb to its embrace before my designated time is because I was too lazy, complacent, or ignorant to think two steps ahead.
  13. If you're prepared to go down a rabbit hole, there's a book by Stephen Knight that posits that Jack the Ripper wasn't a random act of savagery conducted by a madman, but a British Establishment ploy to conceal certain misdemeanours and scandals on the part of certain Royals that had the potential to destroy Queen Victoria's British Empire. It's something that's widely discredited as outlandish by people who clearly wouldn't want it to be revealed as fact, but the evidence for it is quite compelling.
  14. Another issue swept under the carpet by the establishment to protect its own. If the will to investigate this case was apparent and genuine, it could've brought down the country. I knew the press and the shadowy movers behind the scenes were ready to collude in order to discredit the allegations, and generally obfuscate the matter at hand in order to dilute the impact and outrage that should've rightly never have been allowed to slip out of the public consciousness. This one goes right to the top.

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