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  1. Recently the Indian govt and its media wing spread stories in the news that a canadian sikh woman is working with ISIS to attack delhi, india. Now everyone and his dog knows that ISIS is a salafist muslim jihaadi terroorist org and Sikhs are non-muslims who have no link or business dealing with those rats. So question is why is Indian govt and its media trying to link canadian sikh females with ISIS why the defamation in the international and nationa indian media? The answer is simple they want to demonise Sikhs and paint Sikhs in an extremist light especially in canada. Therefore Sikhs need to work together and legally bring these Indian hindustani dogs to account by sueing them either they provide information the link between a so called sikh canadian woman and ISIS or pay out money to the Sikh kaum for spreading malicious anti-sikh propaganda.
  2. Recently we have seen a few Sikh political prisoners that been locked up for nearly 30years for no reason freed slowly. We have also seen blacklisted NRI Sikhs have their names removed so that they can come back to India. So on one hand Modi's Indian BJP government is trying to signal that they want Sikh separatists to come back to India and carry on living their lives as if nothing happened in the last 30 years. Yet its external affair wings ie its intelligence agency the RAW is very actively creating trouble for Western Sikhs by pumping out fake propaganda stories in mainstream media with titles like "isis Sikh canadian woman to attack delhi" and "uk radical Sikhs to target.[fill in name of your choice here]..." This is all an effort to get Sikhs to steer away from human right of legitimate armed resistance / militancy against being killed by the state, stop the supporting of Khalistan and to get Sikhs to carry on being oppressed as a minority treated like 3rd class citizen in hindu dominated brahmin atheist ruled india. Do they really think we can forgive and forget operation blue star? anti-sikh genocide in new delhi? 30 years of injustice and actively trying to make sure Sikhs do not have any political authority over their own affairs and homeland? Even now they have the SGPC ruled by brahmins posing as Sikhs who are further trying to divide Sikhs into amritdhari's and sahejdhari's. Sehejdhari's are being sidelined and hindu groups are eagar to invite them back to hindu fold meaning 80% of Sikh population is at stake. It was in 1947 that the hindu turned Sikh master tara singh sided with india and thus trapped Sikhs in indian union. And it was the SGPC's brahmin mindset like jatt Sikhs that denied dalits to embrace Sikhism which would have given enough numbers to make a viable Khalistan/Sikhistan. It was the SGPC that created the rehat maryada that alienated hindu punjabi'sact into hinduism when they were actually more closer to Sikhism. It was the SGPC that called for agitations in punjab yet sided with Indian govt and army to attack sant bhindranwale and the warriors defending the complex. SGPC hasnt done anything for Afghan Sikhs or Pakistani Sikhs nor create self defense milita's groups for them. If they really had Sikh interests at heart they would defend their fellow Sikh brothers and sisters with all their might. But no they are happy for tiny Sikh community in afghan and pak to eventually disappear. Only a non-sikh organisation would be ok with that. The enemies of Sikhism are deeply embedded in our political affairs namely in most of the large so called panthic parties and organizations like spgc because they work for RAW and IB (intelligence bureau of india).
  3. The Hindu ----------------- Radical Sikh groups petition UNHRC to recognise 1984 massacre as ‘genocide’ They seek international investigation into the anti-Sikh riots on the basis of "new evidence" Almost three decades after 3,000 Sikhs were massacred (according to government figures) following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh body guards, radical Sikh groups led by the U.S.-based Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) have petitioned the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva seeking specifically an international investigation into the November 1984 riots as well as the Council’s recognition of the killings as ‘genocide’ under Article 2 of the U.N. Convention on Genocide. The petition was followed by a ‘Justice March’ by hundreds of Sikhs from Europe, Canada and the U.S. The petition stresses that successive governments in India have deliberately misled the world community into believing that the 1984 killings were ‘riots’ confined to Delhi, when “there is ample evidence to the contrary”. The petition titled, ‘1984: Yes, it’s genocide’ was filed under 1503 procedure of the United Nations on Friday and carries the required 10 lakh signatures from Sikhs across the world. It is spearheaded by the SFJ, several other Sikh human rights NGOs, as well as management committees of Sikh gurudwaras across Europe, America and Canada. “New evidence” The petition provides “new evidence” aimed at proving that contrary to prevalent belief, the killings of Sikhs had spread to 18 States and 100 cities beyond Delhi. This includes, among other things, official government records that state that 35,000 Sikhs claimed damages for death and injury, out of which 20,000 claims are from Sikhs who were attacked outside Delhi. Further, the Sikh groups have provided new evidence of the existence of mass graves of 65 Sikhs in Hondh Chillar village of Haryana, discovered in February 2011, a mass cremation site at Pataudi in Haryana, and ruins of Sikh houses and gurudwaras in Gurgaon and West Bengal. The petition states, “As a planned cover-up, remains of all such sites were cleaned and rebuilt to purge traces of the attacks. The debris and human remains at the newly discovered genocidal sites throughout India as well as the official records of the Indian government are the most specific irrefutable and convincing evidence that killing of Sikhs in November 1984 was ‘genocide’. The new evidence justifies new investigation.” Stating that Sikhs have exhausted all avenues in seeking justice and redress in India, the Sikh organisations have detailed the 29-year saga of 10 commissions of enquiry into the killings that led nowhere, the relief given by courts to the accused Congress leaders, and the manner in which the Congress party has promoted and given them tickets despite the charges they face. Commissions “eyewash” Describing the commissions of enquiry as “eyewash to offset the demands for justice and accountability,” the petition says that a cursory look at the reports and recommendations of the commissions shows that they are a “hoax played through the façade of investigation into the November 1984 killings” and were aimed at covering up the extent and scale of violence against the Sikhs. Naming the former MPs, Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler, Union Minister Kamal Nath, Arjun Singh, HKL Bhagat and Amitabh Bacchan, among others, the petition says the government has “thwarted all attempts by the victims to get justice by cover-ups, destroying evidence and providing immunity to Congress leaders, by threatening witnesses and victims. The victims have no recourse but to approach the UNHRC.” Speaking to The Hindu from Geneva, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the legal adviser of the SFJ, said: “We are overwhelmed at the support that this petition has got from Sikhs across the world. We hope to have a hearing before the U.N. subcommittee on Human Rights, to present evidence and witnesses about the extensive use of government machinery in the violence against Sikhs during November 1984.” Initiated last year, the petition was also supported by the Akal Takht, the supreme temporal body for Sikhs, which issued an appeal to Sikhs to gather signatures and make it a success. Camps were held in the five Sikh takhts and at several gurudwaras along with awareness campaigns across social media to collect signatures. http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/radical-sikh-groups-petition-unhrc-to-recognise-1984-massacre-as-genocide/article5308461.ece
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