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We are now up to 100 votes and at fourth place! To say the idea was only submitted yesterday, we have done really well. We still need another 30+ votes to get us into 3rd place though but we nearly through into second round.

Vote now if you haven't done so already:


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come on people vote! do all you can it only takes 10 minutes! we moan about the bad things that happen, then we throw away any chance of doing anything about it, just so we can carry on moaning like sheep. so go vote now! the deadlines soon. email, text, whatever, just do it and get as many people as you know who care about this to vote.

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right guys, facebook just blocked my account as they think i'm spamming. i set up another one and thats been stopped aswell. can some of you guys message the creators of the sikh/khalistani/84 groups and ask them to message the members of their group? and if the creator of a group puts a post on the wall, it cant be blocked. conisdering how many of us supposedly support the victims, we are still way behind 1st and 2nd place, come on make a difference.

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Sangat Ji,

It is our duty to remember the genocide of OUR people -irrespective of our political views.

Young children (the same age as your children/ nephews/ nieces that no doubt YOU have played with these holidays) burnt alive ! Where they terrorists ?

Young Sikh boys/ men (same age as us/ like our brothers/ cousins/ nephews/ fathers/ uncles) tortured !

Young girls/ Women (like our daughters/ sisters/ mothers/ cousins/ nieces) raped !

Elderly (like our parents/ uncles/ aunts/ grand parents) killed !


Please refrain from political opinions, more rather emphasize the brutality/ genocide/ in justice, etc.

Baul chauk mauf.


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553 views and only 182 votes... its disgusting that people can spend all day on msn, facebook, sikh forums just to talk talk talk.... u all moan about everything everyday and nothing being done...

now is ur chance to make the difference, come on sangat jee it only takes under a minute to register and vote....

come on vaheguru jeeee

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Fateh Ji,

Many in India look at the Gujarat riots and 1984 Genocide on the same level. In fact some in the Media term the Gujarat riots as a genocide but call the 1984 genocide as riots.

Point that needs to be noted.... in Gujarat both Muslims and Hindus lost lives guring the Gujarat riots. However, in the 1984 genocide just Sikhs were killed. There were no casualties on the other side.

Guru Rakha

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oh and guess what, we lost. we just came 4th. lost out to a stupid treaty idea and some american hippy idea. well f****** done you lot. well at least you can all go back to whining and moaning about it safe in the knowledge that you'll probably never be called on to do something about it.

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