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Lol so what? People are going to keep doing this. Let them do whatever they want even if its bad, and let us worry about ourselves.

Occasionally I do think the same thing. Nobody listens anyway. They either think you're "extreme" or old-fashioned for "judging" them, lol. As the old Punjabi saying goes, "When your eyes begin to hurt, then will you consider wrapping them in bandages?" which is loosely translated as, "People only feel compelled to change when something negative directly affects their own lives."

Live and let live. As long as you keep your nonsense away from me, i don't care what you get up to. I'm not the Sikh Police, lol. I can have my opinions though, hehe!

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Sorry, I don't understand point of posting this video? Just bunch of stupid kids thinking they're cool to be on video at nightclub.

It shows a snapshot of certain sections of our community, how they think, how they behave and conduct themselves. I'm glad this video was posted as it's a vivid reminder of the brazen stupidity sweeping our people.

Some of them definitely aren't kids! There's a few that look older than me, although that could be attributed to years of alcohol consumption and drug use.

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yes it is S Deol but the purpose of my thread is not to make a personal attack against her and her brother

What im trying to say is that how socially we have come to accept that a sister is going around dancing in a club with other blokes around her and that her brother is in the same venue getting drunk

What equally shocks me is the comments here about how its fine yet i know for sure that if you was at a gig or night club you would not agree with your sister being there dressed in a particular manner and upto no good

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Is that Sonia Deol in that video the BBC presenter who did that whitewashed 1984 documentary to gain some self promotion ?

That crappy bbc docu, has done sooooooo much damage to sikhs its unreal! The only time, a sikh docu from a 'sikh" point of view on primetime tv n an opportunity to teach non sikhs real truth.......they come up with that crap programme. All the anti sikh/indian govt chittar-chaats have regular orgasms over that, particularly on youtube.

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yes it is S Deol but the purpose of my thread is not to make a personal attack against her and her brother

What im trying to say is that how socially we have come to accept that a sister is going around dancing in a club with other blokes around her and that her brother is in the same venue getting drunk

What equally shocks me is the comments here about how its fine yet i know for sure that if you was at a gig or night club you would not agree with your sister being there dressed in a particular manner and upto no good

Haven't you got better things to do other than post stupid stuff on our forum which has no relevance whatsoever to Sikhs.

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The video displays the failure of parents and most Gurdwaras to teach even the basics of Sikhe and moral behaviour. I do not know what this culture is , even most educated British people do not go to this kind of nonsense. A few generations have gone to waste , maybe we try with the youngsters of today.

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yes it is S Deol but the purpose of my thread is not to make a personal attack against her and her brother

What im trying to say is that how socially we have come to accept that a sister is going around dancing in a club with other blokes around her and that her brother is in the same venue getting drunk

What equally shocks me is the comments here about how its fine yet i know for sure that if you was at a gig or night club you would not agree with your sister being there dressed in a particular manner and upto no good

She says her parents know shes there and shes there with her brother, n points at 'dj sonny ji' and 'bobby friction', as its the xmas party of bbc asian network.....the end, pointless thread. This is like 2010 time, so hardly anyfink mindbogglin, if it was 1980s then thats different issue. Whether its right or wrong, meh, like previous poster has sed,let em get on with it.

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