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I don't think it is good form for a SIngh or anyone really to talk trash about a women's appearance but in this case it is the truth unfortunately that Hindu women seem to be magnetically attracted to

No no what I'm saying is jagsaw didn't so much mean the hair comment as an attack on woman feminity. But he is just expressing his extreme dislike for her because of her attacks on Sikhs. I am complet

Kiren Bedi used to have a reputation as an honest and no BS type of cop. But now her conduct for the last few years, she has shown herself to be an opportunist.

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Ah.....the lady with the hairstyle of a boy (btw...what is it with Hindu women in Punjab...........Am I the only one that has noticed a large proportion of them have their hair cut like fat British schoolboys from the 1950's? I mean is there a plethora of salons in Punjab geared towards Hindu women in the cities with a sign saying 'come on in.......we gurantee we'll make you like like an ugly outdated boy))

From day one we Sikhs have saved India. But....they (the Indians) are too stupid to know it. They're too stupid to know anything.

A couple of years ago they come out in the street en masse because of an internationaly publicised gang-rape in Delhi and ask "how could this happen ?". We Sikhs can tell them why it happened. We Sikhs can tell them that its because in '84 10000 Sikh women and girls were gang-raped on your streets and to date none of the rapists have been charged because your police and politicians did it and sanctioned it, your government either ban or arrest any Sikh that mentions it, your media call anyone that mentions it a 'sikh extremist' and YOU, the Indian, have kept your mouth shut and not even thought about it once...so YOU, the stupid Indian, is as guilty as today's Delhi rapists because it is YOU, the stupid Indian, that gave the green light for the sons of those rapists to keep doing it through your silence. So please, don't ever ask 'how could this happen'. :stupidme:

Today, throughout the nothern Indian states of Haryana an HP there's a big news story going on about drugs, because those states have started to experience a bit of a drugs epidemic...and they're blaming the drugs that came through Punjab. They ask "how could this happen?". We Sikhs can tell them why it happened. We Sikhs can tell them that it is because the man who stopped this 'Afghan / Pakistan' menace crossing over into Punjab completely was labelled a terrorist by you and subsequently killed as you turned your tanks towards Amritsar and every Sikh since then who has tried to stop it has been termed a 'extremist' by you, your media, your government and OUR Punjab govt who is relying on the ignorance of YOU, the Indian, to keep him in power. And THAT, dear Indian father, is why your son in Haryana and Himachal Pardesh is wasting his life hooked on heroin. Dear north Indian father, there was only one group of people trying to protect your sons and daughters from this menace. That group were the true Sikhs but....alas....you fell into the trap of labelling them 'extremists'....'radicals'....'terrorists'.. And now, dear Indian father, you can sit down with Badal (the man that got rich from bringing the drugs to your son) and together you can watch your son and his generation waste away just like Punjab's generation.

And so we come to the woman with that looks like a deformed version of a 1940's boy. Trickery and deceipt. Are they going to listen to us now ?

After all that has happened....with time and time again we Sikhs proving right and them Indians proving ignorant and wrong are they finally gonna listen to us ?

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Brothers, be serious now. This is Indians we are talking about. This boy disguised as an ugly middle aged man looking like an old'ish type woman is standing on a platform of 'change'....of 'truth'....of 'justice'. And the Indians, as ever, fall for it.

As ever, it is only Sikhs that know the truth. As ever, it is only we Sikhs that never forget the truth. As ever, we Sikhs will not bother standing up for it.....Kiran Bedi will become the Mayor of Delhi......She'll get more brazen because she got away with it....and our children will see the suffering of Sikhs in India and log onto sikhsangat forum and ask how 'they' can get away with it' and this perpetual scenerio will go on........an on....and on...........Nothing ever changes.

They (the Indians) will go on being the idiots that they are and we (the Sikhs) will go on waxing lyrical bout what happened in '84 in Delhi whilst being just as 'idiots' as them for not seeing how one of that era's top policemen and judiciary is, right in front of our eyes, on the cusp of becoming India's most powerful person.

Nothing ever changes.

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In the above post (#3) Jagsaw Singh mentions “Kiran Bedi will become the Mayor of Delhi-----.”

Actually she is the Chief Ministerial Candidate of BJP in the Delhi elections to be held in February 2015. About four of Delhi Gurdwara Management Committee (DGMC) members (Akali Dal Badal party) are also contesting under the BJP ticket. So they are supporting her. Sukhvir Badal has said he will campaign for her and for the DGMC sponsored candidates.

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Jagsaw, the first thing I saw in your post was you dissing a womans appearance and saying she looks like a member of the opposite gender,and i stopped reading because this says alot about a mans character and security with himself. I think this is a weak attitude to have and that many sikh women have to deal with boys/men dissing their appearance by catty men so I would suggest u stick to the topic instead of being catty. A real sikh man has no room for cattiness and doesn't project insecurities like that.I by no means defend this womans actions though.

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More specifically, Khatri Hindu Punjabis have deep seated animosity towards Sikhs, even if half their family are Sikhs or if the eldest son is brought up a Sikh.

Ironic since our Gurus came from this particular community.

There more mercantile the community, the more anti-Sikh they are. It would be interesting to have a Sikh from the Khatri background to explain the psyche of the Khatri Hindu Punjabi.

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I recently confronted a panjabi hindu on this forum few weeks back n jus sed it how it was bowt them, he cudnt take. Altho a lot of them r nice, but a lot of them also r scumbags n untrustworthy. Look at how they turn blind eyes to sikh sufferings since 80s, n pretend like nutin happened. They, jus like ahmediyah muslims (panjabi), have spread false crap bowt sikh dharam.

Check it out below.

http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/76225-hindus-wearing-the-kara/

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Hi H Singh. What men don't seem to understand is that a joke about a womans feminity and appearance shows so much about the willpower, morality and confidence and of a man and the fear that drives him to do it. If a man bit*hes about the appearance of a woman in front of me, I don't even deem that man worthy of speaking to and will avoid his company.

I have friends who will do the same and they all think the same thing when a man does it- that the man is insecure about his masculinity so feels the need to project this insecurity onto another.

Ask your mothers n sisters their opinions on the subject and ask if they would enjoy being ridiculed for their appearance and feminity by a man.

They also say dont throw stones when u have a glass house, and All slanderers have glass houses for sure because slander is always a fear mechanism.

I don't really know much about Kiran Bedi as a person, I need to google her, but slandering any womans feminity is always bad form.

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Hi H Singh. What men don't seem to understand is that a joke about a womans feminity and appearance shows so much about the willpower, morality and confidence and of a man and the fear that drives him to do it. If a man bit*hes about the appearance of a woman in front of me, I don't even deem that man worthy of speaking to and will avoid his company.I have friends who will do the same because they all think the same thing when the man does it-the man is insecure about his masculinity so feels the need to project this insecurity onto another.

Ask your mothers n sisters their opinions on the subject and ask if they would enjoy being ridiculed for their appearance and feminity by a man.

They also say dont throw stones when u have a glass house, and All slanderers have glass houses for sure because slander is always a fear mechanism.

I don't really know much about Kiran Bedi as a person, I need to google her, but slandering any womans feminity is always bad form.

I don't think it is good form for a SIngh or anyone really to talk trash about a women's appearance but in this case it is the truth unfortunately that Hindu women seem to be magnetically attracted to mannish hairtsyles especially in that era , maybe it was the eighties Hindu equivalent of shoulderpads of western fashion. Madam Bedi is not a trustworthy person in any way shape or form considering the facts of her partisan attitude and her joining the party she roundly condemned as corrupt , as the English are fond of saying 'birds of a feather flock together' .

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No no what I'm saying is jagsaw didn't so much mean the hair comment as an attack on woman feminity. But he is just expressing his extreme dislike for her because of her attacks on Sikhs. I am completely confident jagsaw believe woman and men are equal.

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No no what I'm saying is jagsaw didn't so much mean the hair comment as an attack on woman feminity. But he is just expressing his extreme dislike for her because of her attacks on Sikhs. I am completely confident jagsaw believe woman and men are equal.

Hi Jagsaw,

I understand that, but it was an attack on her feminity, u guys just probably need to read his post again to realise it.

I completely however understand his dislike for her actions and political stances.

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Hi Jagsaw,

I understand that, but it was an attack on her feminity, u guys just probably need to read his post again to realise it.

I completely however understand his dislike for her actions and political stances.

Lol i'm not Jagsaw...

Are you a Sikh? Just wondering.

I suppose you could say he is attacking her feminity. Lol I'm not going to waste anymore time on this.

More importantly, just more proof politicians of India deep rooted in anti-sikh activities.

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Lol i'm not Jagsaw...

Are you a Sikh? Just wondering.

I suppose you could say he is attacking her feminity. Lol I'm not going to waste anymore time on this.

More importantly, just more proof politicians of India deep rooted in anti-sikh activities.

Woops, well that last post was directed at you. Yes lets not waste anymore time in the subject.

Yes I'm Sikh, although Sikhism is just being a student of the Truth and Truth isn't confined to anything- hence no hindu no muslim- only One.

Apologies I still havent read up on this woman properly, but I will say that I dont trust the Indian Govt in general, with many of the perpetrators of 1984 still alive and kicking.

Furthermore I Strongly believe that world governments are the puppets of the Illuminati.

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