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US Marine Corporal Gurpreet Singh killed in Afghanistan

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Punjab Newsline Network

Sunday, 26 June 2011

By Gurpreet Singh Mehak

FATEHGARH SAHIB: The 21-year-old US Marine Corporal Gurpreet Singh from  California, died in Helmand province, Afghanistan on  June 22   from wounds received while conducting combat operations in Afghanistan.

According to information received, Cpl. Singh was assigned to 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, based at Camp Pendleton, California.  Gurpreet was killed in the Sangin region of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan, long a Taliban stronghold. Gurpreet, who hails from Antelope (California),  will be cremated as per Sikh rituals. The Department of Defense of US has confirmed the death of the Marine,  who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

It may be mentioned here that  21-year-old US Army Sergeant Uday Singh became the first Indian to die in Operation Iraqi freedom when his convoy was ambushed in Habbaniyah near Baghdad on December 1, 2003.  Chandigarh resident Lt Col Preet Mohinder Singh’s son Uday Singh studied in St Stephen's School, Sector 45, Chandigarh and after  getting a Green Card, he joined the US Army and  was sent to Iraq.  Uday showed his mettle during the company's deployment in Kuwait from August to December 2001 and was awarded the Army Achievement Medal for his meritorious services. On September 8, 2003 his company moved to Iraq.

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Why do singh's choose to fight for evil corrupt (american / british) army's who kill millions of innocent people.

You should be ashamed of yourself making a comment like that. You are no Warrior Singh.

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"The pioneers of a warless world are the young men (and women) who refuse

military service."

- Albert Einstein

The truth must be told no matter, even if people want to hear it or not.

Why do singh's choose to fight for evil corrupt (american / british) army's who kill millions of innocent people.

I agree with this. Its not a debate.

He died for the interersts of the banking cartels. The taliban was created by the CIA on record. The media tells lies. Just like they said there was WMD's in Iraq.

If you follow orders unquestiongly, how does that make you an honourable hero? More like a coward to me(im not calling him a coward, i am the coward, he is just brainwashed like the rest of the world, by the media). We should only obey orders from the Guru unquestionably.

The fact of the matter is, this person whilst he may of had pure intentions in the military. He was not serving humanity, he was serving the interests of a private few individuals. How do we know he didn't harm innocent civilians? The people of the world and the people in uniforms, we do not know what is really going on. Because if we did, there would have been world peace by now.

You are more likely to get stung by a bee and struck by lightning, than be involved in a terrorist attack. So ever wondered about all these "terror surveillance"

"Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety". - Benjamin Franklin

9/11 was a false flag, like the Reichstage Fire in Germany, And the Gulf of Tonkin in Vietnam.

If these "soldiers" used the same drive and passion, they do to fight the "enemy" for instead helping feed the starving people of the world, imagine where we would be. The US's defence budget is over 1 trillion dollars, that money could be used to feed every single person in the world, and provide them with shelter. So don't tell me these soldiers "fight for our safety", its only by God's grace are we kept alive, as he wills we come and go.

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I guess Singh Ji who gave his life for his country wasn't looking at the situation from a political level or anything like that. He probably saw people around him signing up and decided to follow out of courtesy or affection for his country of birth - the same country that had afforded him many opportunities, unlike the land of his forefathers where his own religion isn't even recognised. Sometimes its nothing more than doing one's duty and doing what you THINK is right.

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You should be ashamed of yourself making a comment like that. You are no Warrior Singh.

Ohhh the closet atheist has returned....why dont you take your atheistic.. evil... immoral ..dialectical materialistic philsophical notions and go away...Anti-God Communists are not welcome on this forum...

this singh died for no reason...it was an unwinnable pointless war in the start...our brother died for nothing...how sad...lets make sure no other singhs make the same mistake and go to war for these imperialistic regimes...we already have a fauj...the khalsa fauj...join that instead..become a soldier for righteousness and serve in Gods army..

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