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11 minutes ago, justasking said:

can you summarize this bro i can't read punjabi 

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Indian international students in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) are falling into the hands of drug dealers and agents. The more worse thing is they're being exploited by their own Indian Canadians. According to one report, the situation is so bad that some girls are being forced into prostitution to pay their education fees. In August, three Indian-Canadian men from Brampton were arrested for smuggling a 18 year old into this "business". This is proof that International Indian students are being exploited in the GTA and it's spreading.  

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I don't blame you guys but this is usually the response you get from people who are unable to do anything even if they wanted to and cover up their weakness with statements like these. It's a semi fac

To me it is total weakness. Great to hear that girls in your family were brought up well but what about those who weren't and got caught up in western bullsh!t? People make mistakes and if it's possib

Bro its not weakness its just the logical response. We are able to do action that is instilling our sisters with proper values, if your not their for your daughter sister growing up imprinting our rel

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2 minutes ago, 5aaban said:

My attempt at translating 
 

Indian international students in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) are falling into the hands of drug dealers and agents. The more worse thing is they're being exploited by their own Indian Canadians. According to one report, the situation is so bad that some girls are being forced into prostitution to pay their education fees. In August, three Indian-Canadian men from Brampton were arrested for smuggling a 18 year old into this "business". 

oh ya i heard about tht, this kind of thing is frowned upon by canadian born punjabis even the criminal types dont really get involved in prostitution but it seems like a few fobs have no problems doing this 

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24 minutes ago, justasking said:

oh ya i heard about tht, this kind of thing is frowned upon by canadian born punjabis even the criminal types dont really get involved in prostitution but it seems like a few fobs have no problems doing this 

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Indian-Canadian social workers accept that this is an increasing problem in the GTA and surrounding regions. According to one report, an elderly Indo-Canadian woman says a nurse from their family revealed every month 10-12 students come in for abortion where some are Indian students.

It should also be noted, some students willingly put them selves into this situation so they can manage their expenses. Most of the girls in these situations have gone away from their families to a foreign land for the first time so they take advantage of the "freedom" given to them. 

Sunder Singh from Elspeth Wayworth Centre for Women says girls are exploited in two ways. The first is, agents already know the girls are completely alone and lonely so they take advantage of this and begin by praising the girl and winning her trust. 

Punjabis shouldn't send their daughters/sisters/wives abroad alone, especially if they don't have adequate living expenses. But I don't think they care since many are desperate to move out at any cost. One even married his sister! 

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4 hours ago, 5aaban said:

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Indian-Canadian social workers accept that this is an increasing problem in the GTA and surrounding regions. According to one report, an elderly Indo-Canadian woman says a nurse from their family revealed every month 10-12 students come in for abortion where some are Indian students.

It should also be noted, some students willingly put them selves into this situation so they can manage their expenses. Most of the girls in these situations have gone away from their families to a foreign land for the first time so they take advantage of the "freedom" given to them. 

Sunder Singh from Elspeth Wayworth Centre for Women says girls are exploited in two ways. The first is, agents already know the girls are completely alone and lonely so they take advantage of this and begin by praising the girl and winning her trust. 

Punjabis shouldn't send their daughters/sisters/wives abroad alone, especially if they don't have adequate living expenses. But I don't think they care since many are desperate to move out at any cost. One even married his sister! 

Brothels aren't moving targets. Go find em. 

Tell them that you're there to check on the well-being of your sister, that you know what they do and unless she comes out and talks to you and establishes a continual relationship by which you can gauge whether she's engaging in this willingly or not that you're going to cause all hell for them and if they come at you or threaten you bro take it for serious and end them. You can't always save a ho. I've tried. And failed. One of my homies in my old hood managed to untraffick several girls. He's in prison now for shooting somebody unfortunately, for not the best reasons, self defense while selling cocaine, but it takes that kind of person to free trafficked victims. 

Live stream the entire thing. 

A group of Singhs needs to be finding prostitutes online and screening for our girls. Finding brothels. Finding pimps. And dealing with it. One way or another. Dealer's choice. Live or get in the way. 

If they choose violence document your self defense, or come back at your leisure in a way undocumentable. Don't want to do it for free? Rob these motherfuckers every day until they're gone. If you don't just dust them off right from the get go. 

I've always wanted to see canada. 

4k usd plus expenses per month we can end trafficking anywhere. I'd do it for free but I have people I support. 

If anyone would like to consult about it, free. 

 

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On 1/23/2022 at 12:52 PM, dallysingh101 said:

25 years ago, word on the grapevine was that even kharkus who'd fled to p'stan were meeting british raised apneean trapped in the country on the streets asking for help. Apparently they'd been dumped there in brothels by 'boyfriends'. The kharkus weren't even in any position to help them. 

Look at how much anecdotal information has been floating around for decades, which seemed like conspiracy theories back then, but have subsequently proved to be true. 

All of this was smoke coming off a larger, hidden fire.    

How were the Kharkus meeting these on the street? That suggests there might have been more than say just a hundred of these girls? I thought the problem was smaller than that. 

Wouldn't their 'pimps' have better control of them ?

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2 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

It's Pakistan, I'm sure if they just bribe the police, they can do whatever without consequences. 

If anyone has more details (I know maybe not) about these brothels etc, would be interesting to know

*Most of the 'wrong un' Paks in UK are not from the part of Panjab close to East Panjab, they're from near Rawalpindi, or Mirpur/Azad Kashmir - make more sense that these girls be trafficked to those areas (*yes, I know they could be any type of Pak including those whose families are from places like Lahore/Sialkot/Faislabad

Alternatively, the girls are/were all over so especially close to places of wealth such as Lahore .

Depends where in Pakistan they and the Singhs were/are, and how many of each group to make a chance encounter more or less likely

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On 1/24/2022 at 10:31 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Oh she wants to? Okay. 10 grand. Consultation fee. 

I know. Sounds weird. I was upset, and it represents a mechanism to disincentivize using our girls at all, whether they supposedly want to or not, make it cost ineffective for then to deal in Sikhs. 

But set the tax low enough that they have to pay it versus pay someone to off you, but high enough it just sounds like a big hassle to use these Sikhs girls, kick them out. 

 

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On 1/26/2022 at 1:27 PM, Premi5 said:

idk how to feel about these girls i mean in the end they knew tht the guy they were with was pakistani so why did they board on the plane to pakistan seems like they had no loyalty to Sikhi maybe only their families should handle this mess instead of relying on the community

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2 minutes ago, justasking said:

idk how to feel about these girls i mean in the end they knew tht the guy they were with was pakistani so why did they board on the plane to pakistan seems like they had no loyalty to Sikhi maybe only their families should handle this mess instead of relying on the community

Well true, and..half of Punjab and some good many Sikhs are still on that side too. 

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23 hours ago, justasking said:

idk how to feel about these girls i mean in the end they knew tht the guy they were with was pakistani so why did they board on the plane to pakistan seems like they had no loyalty to Sikhi maybe only their families should handle this mess instead of relying on the community

They show their back to our religion and then expect us to help them out when things go bad. Sorry but good riddance. 

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