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  1. Make it 60 just to be safe. Also in the above article it says the woman's first husband accompanied her to the second marriage in Pakistan? Does that sound like the kind of thing a resident desi would do willingly? He's more likely to kill himself or his wife. This sounds like a Bollywood plot where the spurned beta love interest "gives away" the object of his affection to the stud to prove how pure and noble his unrequited love is, lmao.
  2. I had to listen to it for a few weeks last summer (guy I was training under at work doesn't listen to anything else, lol), and I wanted to throw the radio out of the window after 5 minutes. I was shocked at the political subtext of their discussions. It's not surprising but it's so blatant. Like the rest of the BBC and the self declared "impartial" media in the UK, it's actually a hodgepodge of Communism-lite in terms of social ethics but typically neo-Liberal in terms of economics. That's before you get to the British-Asian 5hit, which is really dull, low-IQ trash that predictably prior
  3. There's certainly a liberal (for want of a better word) aspect to Sikhi that shouldn't be erased or ignored. It's part of our beliefs for sure, and there is a place for it. But it's much more complex than clinging to leftwing or right-wing ideals. It's also NOT about sitting on the fence which is what most people incorrectly interpret something to be when someone says an ideology is neither left nor right. It's about applying behaviour (or responding) contextually as a situation demands.
  4. I think Western (particularly American and Canadian) Hindus of Generation Y and later are more than willing to throw the Hindutva cause under the bus, because their Marxist creed carries more weight and relevance to their reality. You have to remember, Modi, for these types of high-status Western Indians has been characterized as the brown Trump. They can't be seen to be frothing at the mouth about Trumpler while letting apna Modi "genocide" Muslims. For some reason, UK Hindus are a little more cynical and less willing to turn on Modi and his cause (well, some of the slightly older ones in the
  5. It's that phenomenon I described a week or so ago: brown Western pappus with grievances against whitey (owing to Marxist brainwashing from the cradle) reaching for positions of authority, then using that power and status to enact typically vindictive policies that betray their innate brown-ness, lmao. We, as Sikhs, will not benefit from these Hindus and Muslims attaining these prominent roles unless we songh their feet, because unless we're of the "All religions are equal" category of Sikh (basically, relinquish any sense of separateness from the other SE Asian faiths), these dirty 5hits
  6. Her name was Charlotte. Aside from that, bro, with genuine respect, I think the reality is somewhere between the middle of both our perspectives, but obviously a little closer to my end of the spectrum.
  7. That's not because of some calculated or devilish plan to see girls ruined. It's because they're 5hit scared of being labelled as racists coupled with elements of being incompetent. There's a huge difference between the likes of Saville, bent coppers with a predilection for girls, etc., and some meek, paunchy jobsworth sitting behind a desk terrified to do his job because of a threat to "communal relations". You rarely, if ever, make these distinctions, preferring to throw them all into the "white racist" category. It's way more nuanced than that.
  8. This is key. I'm glad you've raised this point. It's perhaps worthy of its own thread but I'll digress here. Our art as a unique group is woeful. There's a saying that if you want to gauge the progress or capabilities of a particular culture or civilisation, examine the art they produce (and by 'art' I'm not referring to paintings in the classical sense, but things like literature, films, music, etc). If we think the West popularises and promotes art (particularly over the past 20 years) that's satisfies and appeals mostly to the lowest common denominator (because something that's "widel
  9. Yes, this is it. We're in no position to punch up, so we punch at our level, i.e. Apne who are begging to be sat at the top table. But act now while these sellouts don't have any impactful power. Once they're admitted into the inner sanctum, lol, they'll be afforded all the privileges and benefits that will stop people of our frame of mind from bringing them down a peg or two.
  10. Who have the anti-grooming movements highlighted as being the primary movers and shakers in that field? Musleh, lol, the UK's pet minority. Nobody's going to shabash for Sikhs for putting Islamic communal practices under the microscope regardless of the objective truth involved. If anything, white liberals are itching to tar us with the islamophobe label for even going this far. We're (as in non-Leftist Sikhs) seen as an annoying thorn in the side of these laughable attempts at creating a uniform "BAME" identity because we'll end up getting nothing from that relationship aside from being force
  11. Unfashionable causes Vs Fashionable causes. Bossing cultural narratives. We just don't possess that "pull" or more accurately there's nothing we have that can be used or manipulated to benefit the powers-that-be. Like I've said previously, we're an antiquated little group who punched above its weight, now desperately trying to remain relevant by clinging to delusions of grandeur that don't have any place in current reality.
  12. Ravi Singh's not getting a Nobel Peace prize. If he truly believes he can fundraise his way to one, he's deluded. Sikhs don't carry any leverage or impact the world in the social and political arenas that such "prestigious" awards require. To be let into the "club", you basically need to perpetuate the narrative of the status quo that's permeated the culture and history of Western nations for the past 80-100 years. Admittedly, he's latched onto the "Muslim victim" narrative thinking that will get him in, but he's misunderstood his own role in the situation. Him being a Sikh bending over b
  13. A fair amount of skulduggery goes on in this forum that seems innocuous on the surface.
  14. I wish I could say I was surprised. I've been listening to katha from the main Sikh takhats on and off for at least 8 years, and one time or another the "big" kathavachaks (and the lesser known ones, too) cannot stop themselves from praising Mohammed, Islamic history and culture, etc., during their stints on stage. I knew it spelled bad news when I first heard them drag Islam into katha that was doing fine without any of the nonsense... well, here you go, this is the end result. These religious leaders and preachers tried being clever, thinking they could make allies of the Musleh against the
  15. So what's going on here, I'm not upto date on the specifics: Gurdwaras in India (or elsewhere) are opening up for Musleh to pray? What's wrong with their mosques?
  16. That, to my mind, is absolutely mental. It's par for the course for unbaptised Sikh women; every single arrival from Punjab in the past 10-15 years walks around with their heads uncovered. But what are amritdhari bibyan sniffing when they don't cover their heads?
  17. Wasn't even real. Goodness me. A life wasted for nothing.
  18. Makes no difference if the culture around wearing the kirpan doesn't even insist on its use in these threatening situations. It's become a symbol more than anything practical, not that the young Singh was baptised and would therefore be wearing one.
  19. I've heard of thieves, attackers, etc., scoping out potential victims and their belongings based on what people display on their social media accounts. Another reason to add to the ever-expanding list of why to be very careful what you put up on the internet.
  20. I'm painting a very broad picture, which is why I included that anecdote about Sikh women who transform their husband's lives after marriage, effectively putting their husbands on the straight and narrow. It's very rare but I know of a couple of instances where it's happened. Granted, a hardened criminal from a messed up background isn't going to reform his ways and see the light just because his new Punjaban missus gives him grief, BUT guys who are less along the road of self-destruction, and a tad more amenable to compromise, have been known to buck up their ideas at the behest of their wome
  21. Adapt is the more accurate term. Change is vague and could mean anything. And you're looking at it from the wrong perspective, almost as if marriage is a transformative experience for all parties. I gave you one particular example that perhaps no longer applies to the current generations of Sikhs.
  22. I think women generally behave in an imitative manner whereas men err towards an innovative mindset. Outliers are obviously a reality in both cases but not the norm. If the Singh signals his dedication to his beliefs and his desire to see out his life according to those same beliefs, a Singhni who has no desire to create waves will recognise, admire, and quietly step in-line with her man. If the Singh, however, conveys a scattered, disorganised, or lax attitude to the important things, then his woman will also begin to convey a degree of similar behaviour. All this is only relevant IF both par
  23. Depends on your definition of religious, and the type of Sikh you have in mind I guess.
  24. I'd rather not open that can of worms, but... That's something everyone knows is top of the list (especialy for our elders) when scouring for a potential partner but we pretend as if that's doesn't apply to us. I've seen and heard otherwise devout baptised Sikhs slip in the simple phrase when speaking to someone about a potential match for their kids, "Apne haun." Just those two words. We all know what they mean when they say "apne." They aren't alluding to excluding a Chinese or a Black Sikh convert, are they, lol? Anyone who thinks people who've taken Amrit and get married happen to m
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