Jump to content

Naresh Puri- BBC Says What should and Shouldnt happen in our Gurdwara


Recommended Posts

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pt50p

There was a debate today regarding " Muslim Patrol" where by a group have been patrolling parts of London telling people how to dress, and they cant smoke on the street.

This presenter on more than one occasion brought up Sikhs

@ 50.01 He has an issue with women being told to cover their head in Gurdwaras - (there not told they know anyway) - we are not telling people to do outside the Gurdwara , so what his problem

@ some other point he brings up, when a mixed marriage was stopped at Swindon Gurdwara, did we say they couldn't get married at a reg office

This guy is a Middle class communists.

  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites

Have the BBC ever done anything for Sikhs?

If this is the kind of rubbish they use to present their shows, I want my licence fee money back.

Someone should create a blacklist of all these anti-Sikh personalities. When the BBC Asian Network gets cut (which will happen the way the Government are starving the BBC) we cant let them start DJing or attempting to weed their way back into our wallets.

Link to post
Share on other sites

He is a Hindu Punjabi, isn't he. Ignore him, there are loads of such Youtube Videos made by these Fascits even critizing Harimandir Sahib Parikarima. I won't be surprised if tomorrow he comes with another comment such as they don't allow to place idols in Gurudwaras? Worship Idols in Gurudwaras? Do RaamLila in Gurudwaras?

Link to post
Share on other sites

The few times I've caught him on the radio he's always struck me as a very disingenuous presenter. What he does is he asks a question to a guest or the audence, but you can tell from his tone, his inflection, the way he follows up, etc., he simply isn't listening to the other person when they reply. He just follows the script or an outline of where he wants the discussion to go, and just steams through regardless. You may as well have a robot presenting if that's the way you want to conduct a debate or discussion.

One thing I've noticed about the AN, particularly their head news anchor (the names escapes me but she is a female) hasn't got a clue on how to regulate her voice and tailor it according to the type of news she's delivering. Now, I'm no expert and I've only noticed these things after listening to decent radio stations who train their speakers up in a professional manner, but this lass delivers what is generally considered to be bad news by perking-up her voice at the end of a sentence, lol! You're not meant to do that in radio or TV for that matter!

For example when someone has been murdered, the news reporter should adopt a grave tone, and then speak slowly, gradually ending the report on a lower octave than when he/she began that particular report. What this girl does is start off chirpy and then ends like she's announcing her chacha has won the lottery! "Yesterday in London, a 40 year old man was STABBED TO DEATH!". It's so infuriatingly unprofessional but funny to listen to.

Yes, this is how I get my giggles.

  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites

the guy is a robot, and he will stop you if you talk about something he not got facts about, so you can only talk about stuff he knows about.

Our people in the uk need stop calling ourselves asain and start calling ourselves British Sikhs. Its the Papus and those who are brain washed who want to be "asian" and part of the bbc asian network.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
  • advertisement_alt
  • advertisement_alt
  • advertisement_alt


  • Topics

  • Posts

    • We need to squarely face that given our current numbers, we'll have to deal with 'economies of scale' so we'll be unlikely to be able to sell at prices comparable to similar mass produced mainstream items that have a large consumer base. I think the above sells at around £20 for instance. I'd say we have enough exemplar career types right now, we need to connect kids to their heritage more than this in whichever way we can.  You point about relatability depends on where the kids are growing up and the character of Sikhs around them.  I don't know about the current generation, but in the recent past there were strong, brave Sikhs who confronted things like race attacks etc., so it shouldn't be too much of a stretch. Plus I noticed that a lot of Sikhs seem overtly 'nerdy' in the US - outright braces, cheesy gormless grins and bifocals - parents should take take to sharpen them out of this at a young age if they can. Was talking to someone who was thinking of trying produce some kids books, andthe point about have puerile, non-based sakhis came out, the conclusion was that such works need to incorporate a slight gritty dark edge to avoid the kids turning into unrealistic lulloos when older.  Been thinking about that graphic novel I posted about previously, it's such a shame that the diaspora panth (who would be the main consumers) couldn't forkout the £9000 being asked for. That's like £3000 each from the UK, US and Canada - where we all know we have plenty of loaded apnay. If anyone reading is one of these loaded apnay - please support and fund these things and maybe have one less flash motor or slightly less designer clothes. 
    • They are identify culturally Hindu but non-believers in God. Usually liberal brahmins psychos in India journalists, Gandhi supporters.  noticed too with Punjabi left liberal journalists too anti Sikh but religion in Panjabi
    • Those toys of regular jobs aren't profitable from a purely business perspective. When have western toys been relatable to bache?
    • Yeah, typical of self-hating Sikhs to kvetch and squirm about our martial heritage at a time when we proudly stood on our own.  Instead, let's glorify being nameless cogs in the Western apparatus that looks at us sideways while glorifying their preferred pet minorities. Nothing wrong with worldly jobs at all, but it's hardly something to get little kids inspired about their history.
    • Very strange. At that age why would he go after his wife with such force? Unless she'd made his life unbearable behind closed doors for their entire life together, and he just snapped?
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use