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This guy Param Singh doesn't stop!

Still doing media interviews and biggin himself up after appearing on Take Me Out.

He was on BBC WM last night ... this time he flapped after being questioned by Jay Singh-Sohal the author of the new "Turbanology: Guide to Sikh Identity" book.

Check it out - SCROLL TO 1:14 ON SHOW PARAM SINGH FROM TAKE ME OUT MUST LISTEN TO INTERVIEW

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p012t626

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Unbelievable ? No. don't be silly. Of course its not unvbelevable, especially considering how my message about him just a few days ago stated quite clearly how he is probably not a bad sort.....just one of those people that is addicted to appearing on TV and the radio. On another thread (the one about diversity in the UK I think) I also stated, when asked, that in areas of the UK where there are equal numbers of bhatra Sikhs and non-bhatra Sikhs, there is absolutely zero social interaction between the bhatras and other Sikhs, with the non-bhatra Sikhs getting on better and mixing more with Pakistanis and Hindus and the bhatra siikhs very much mixing more with and feeling more affinity with the white council estate chavs. I think perhaps, people here should pay more attention to what I say......there is great logic to it. ITV......mind-numbing dating shows.....mad shameless desire to appear on TV inna Jeremy kyle style. Everything about it suggests council estate chav mentality.

Anyway.....this is what I said just a few days ago on the other thread. So never mind the BBC radio show, we will surely be seeing him soon being dunked on the Graham Norton show, taking a dna test on Jeremy kyle and pretending to be looking to buy a new house on Location Location Location. This is what I said last week :

So in the end, I got caught up in the hysteria and actually viewed the footage of him on the show. Felt weird, watching an ITV show , but its nice to sometimes see what the poor uneducated masses watch.

Never seen this 'Singh' before in my life. Was expecting a good looking chappie. Was shocked to say the least. This Singh does not need excessive criticism in my opinion. What he needs is a period of self-reflection and a large mirror.

After watching the clip, I found myself asking myself this question : What makes a person who is quite clearly more than a little bit ugly appear on a show whose whole premise is superficial attractiveness and beauty ?

After careful analysis I have concluded that we will often see him on TV shows. I have no doubt he is already on the waiting list for Bargain Hunt and Come Dine with Me. He is simply one of those serial contestants on TV. Those same people that appear often on a variety of shows. They live for their 15 minutes....but being addicted to the limelight they try and prolong it into several different 15 min segments.

These people have a virtue in that they do not get embarrassed. The downside to that though is that they do not feel shame. Being in the limelight is the one and only objective. This week, has probably been the greatest week of his life. I'm sure he's loving every minute of this.

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You may be onto something here WLS.....guess where he is appearing on tonight?! Harjap Bhangal's show on MATV! Lol!

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Unbelievable... Theres nothing you can say to someone who won't listen.

Surely he was wrong- ziddi-stubborn and went about his way, didn't had balls respond to racist comment but with that being said, our fascist anti social factions within our community once again showed how quickly and brutally we demonize and villify people..oh boi we really know how to push people on edge of cliff eh... I was disgusted looking at personal anti gurmat vicious attacks against him and his family - on social media-facebook/twitter here as well.
I have been following this person for while now- Surely, he have greivences with the community (some of it justified, some of it non justified) but it could have easily worked out if he approached right people for guidance and also if senior sikhs in england approached and outreach him - try to find out what the issue and tried to patch up instead of community pushing him further at the edge of cliff to the point -he and people like him revolt back ugly to the point they made mockery of community on national television..!!
I personally think he has very serious emotional grievances (some of it justified, some of it non justified) against his own community which lead him to make mockery of himself and sikhs in the show. It was deliberate on his part.
Its same old, same old - right wing parchar advertently or inadvertently -pushes people at the edge of cliff, at the end they revolt back ugly become left wing nut bars, then match/personal vedantta continues- lefties want to teach right wing lesson soo badly that they hijack sikhi and hide behind sikhi and same goes with right wing want power control, sheep control, herd sheeps whichever way they want and also feel a need to teach lefties a lesson so badly that they hijack sikhi and hide behind sikhi both right and left have nothing to do with gurmat sidhant nor they actually care about it as they both want to super impose on Gurmat and hijack gurmat and take it for a ride...in their silly pathetic sadistic games only true victim is- Sikh community and Khalsa Panth..!!!
At the end, both parties at fault, it's about time they both learn from each other own mistakes, grow up and move on..!!
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You may be onto something here WLS.....guess where he is appearing on tonight?! Harjap Bhangal's show on MATV! Lol!

Harjap Bangal has his own TV show?!? He pops up on various radio stations offering immigration advice, but now he's in the big leagues! Wow, I just hope it's not a King of Comedy (a Scorsese and De Niro film) situation. :lol2:

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He's had his own show for 5 years or so! I think since 2007. One is a immigration show (fridays) and the other one (on Mondays) is for any community-based topic which changes every week. Informative stuff!

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He's had his own show for 5 years or so! I think since 2007. One is a immigration show (fridays) and the other one (on Mondays) is for any community-based topic which changes every week. Informative stuff!

Fair play to him, I've heard him a few times and he certainly has an engaging personality.

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Fair play to him, I've heard him a few times and he certainly has an engaging personality

I'm guessing we're talking about Harjap here yeah yeah ? Agree with you. Saw him doing the paper review on Sky News not long ago. Man's a natural. If only he had the good looks to go with his personality he'd be top dog in the broadcasting world right now.

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I'm guessing we're talking about Harjap here yeah yeah ? Agree with you. Saw him doing the paper review on Sky News not long ago. Man's a natural. If only he had the good looks to go with his personality he'd be top dog in the broadcasting world right now.

That's harsh!

I saw him on Sky News a few months back as well. He has those natural "sadhu" type ears, i.e. long earlobes.

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who heard that clown rss lover Jasminder on nihals show what a fool, did i hear him say he his sardar i.e Pag and kesh wearing may need to listem to that again.

He's lying. People are probably figuring out who he is, and he's trying to throw people off the scent! I wouldn't be surprised if some Singhs from down south are eager for a word, lol. He's said on numerous occasions in the past how he turns up to the gurudwara in a "tight t-shirt and gelled back hair to make the Amritdhari Singhs jealous". He's a joke and not a very funny one at that.

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Well done to Jay Singh-Sohal; he makes a lot of good points that needed to be said. Param, again contradicts himself by talking about 'representing himself' and then 'Sikhs need to be represented in the media'. Jay is well-spoken and cuts Param's arguments down so easily. Param comes off as confused, very immature, an attention seeker and really desperate to get famous. Thinks that people giving him high-fives and hugs is "giving him love"....he really doesn't understand that people are laughing at him and see him as a clown who entertained them on a Saturday evening.

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