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  1. Its so disappointing to see so called Sikhs engage in these Hindu rituals. Its crazy I saw it in person last fall. I was in one of my classes in college and there were a couple Sikh broads who were international students from Punjab. I saw them with that red Hindu mark on their forehead. I asked them why they had this on their forehead. They said they were fasting and doing this ritual. I told them this was against Sikhi but they didn't care. In my opinion Indian Sikhs are more "Hinduized" then Western Sikhs. But we still have to deal with these type of "Sikhs" in the West, who pick and c
  2. There is a saying that goes something like "Capitalism is the worst economic system, expect for all the other". No one is claiming that capitalism doesn't have its issues, what I am saying is that, there isn't another system that humans have come up with that works better on a large national scale than capitalism. At least for now.
  3. Marxism and any form of Communism/Socialism is a threat against Sikhi. Giving the government more power through these systems is a recipe for disaster. I advise any Sikhs not to fall for the traps of Socialist/Marxists propaganda. Please read up on a post I made about how these values are imported to people across the globe.
  4. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh I have been a lurker on this site for about a year and I decided to make an account to call to attention a pattern I have noticed in politics relating to the Sikh Quam and politics in general throughout the world. There has been a concerted effort to push different demographics of countries against one another. This is called ideological subversion and it is done to cause demoralization and destabilization in a country. It explains the rise of populist/nationalist movements throughout the world. The polarization of politics in the st
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