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UK PM David Cameron visits Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara Gravesend in Kent, UK

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Today UK Prime Minister David Cameron and wife Samantha visit Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara Gravesend in Kent, UK.
The Prime Minister, wore an orange patka, and Mrs Cameron, a blue salwar kameez.
The Camerons removed their shoes, queued up to kneel, offer coins and bow before Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
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The start of the Camerons visit was delayed slightly after a scuffle broke out among the sangat when a Granthi [rightly] objected to speeches being made while prayers were taking place.
Mr and Mrs Cameron were taken to a side room where, it is said, Mr Cameron delivered a speech.
He told the audience that Vaisakhi was a "big, bold" sign of their devotion.
"I wanted to make sure Downing Street was part of this too, and I'm proud to be the first Prime Minister to host a Vaisakhi reception at Number 10," he added.
"And I'll tell you what - if I'm back there as Prime Minister, I'll keep bringing the community, the colour and the celebrations there, again and again."
Both David and Samantha Cameron correctly sat on floor with legs crossed. However, two women (in a group of three) sitting near Samantha Cameron showed their ignorance and contempt of Sikhi by having their heads fully uncovered (view from 1min 10secs in the video at the link below).

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respect to the priest for saying what is correct - the result of the usual poor management at Gurdwaras.

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I felt David Cameron was fantastic. I have seen how time and time again, he has come out in support of the Sikhs, whether its his video releases, Harmandir Sahib visit, kirtan at Downing St, celebrating Vaisakhi at the Houses of Parliament or scrapping turban searches at airports.

The Labour Party have taken the Sikh (and asian) vote for granted, hence why they never bothered for 13 years in govt. Even now, Labour has no Sikh MP's whilst the Tories have 1 in each of the two Houses of Parliament.

Many will say "what about 1984 disclosure". True, fair point. But that wasn't his fault. Decisions to launch an enquiry may not entirely be in his hands.

His speech was impressive, I saw it on Sky News in it's entirety. Cameron has gone out of his way in my view.

Compare this to Ed Miliband's team behaviour last week at Leamington Spa.

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I felt David Cameron was fantastic. I have seen how time and time again, he has come out in support of the Sikhs, whether its his video releases, Harmandir Sahib visit, kirtan at Downing St, celebrating Vaisakhi at the Houses of Parliament or scrapping turban searches at airports.

The Labour Party have taken the Sikh (and asian) vote for granted, hence why they never bothered for 13 years in govt. Even now, Labour has no Sikh MP's whilst the Tories have 1 in each of the two Houses of Parliament.

Many will say "what about 1984 disclosure". True, fair point. But that wasn't his fault. Decisions to launch an enquiry may not entirely be in his hands.

His speech was impressive, I saw it on Sky News in it's entirety. Cameron has gone out of his way in my view.

Compare this to Ed Miliband's team behaviour last week at Leamington Spa.

Thats a very good point dailymail. Last week, Labour were so ashamed of their leader and party being seen in a Sikh Gurdwara, especially with his head covered, that they went out of their way to ban all press and photos. In contrast, its actually been quite impressive and uplifting to see how proud the Tories were to be in a Gurdwara and among dastar wearing Sikhs. So proud, they wanted the whole world to see it.

Alot to think about when casting your vote.

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Thats a very good point dailymail. Last week, Labour were so ashamed of their leader and party being seen in a Sikh Gurdwara, especially with his head covered, that they went out of their way to ban all press and photos. In contrast, its actually been quite impressive and uplifting to see how proud the Tories were to be in a Gurdwara and among dastar wearing Sikhs. So proud, they wanted the whole world to see it.

Alot to think about when casting your vote.

Hmm curious...how much are you two getting paid by the party?

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The other thing that has been pertinent in the last few weeks Jagsaw, is that if Labour are unable to get a majority, which is likely, and Ed does a deal with Nicola Sturgeon, then Ed is finished.

Nicola Sturgeon is the most able orator and debater I have seen since her predecessor, Alex Salmond. I don't know what it is with the SNP, but they have real conviction behind their politics and their personalities. Nicola Sturgeon would run rings around Ed Miliband and Labour (in a coalition or a vote-for-vote basis support), she is that good.

The problem is, I don't want the SNP to run Westminster. Therefore, whilst my decision-making is dynamic in it's nature, I am beginning to form a view of the lie of the land and I'd rather see a Tory government.

I'm not saying the tories are perfect. Had Labour had a different, stronger personality in their leadership, to stand up to Nicola's formidable politics, things would be different. But, its Ed.

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White Skin But Black Hearts ( Sant Jagjit Singh Maharaj Harkoval)

And the gullible Sikhs here feel so permeated by a sly fox visit for your votes so that you can continue your slave labour and integration into a racist, imperialist society whilst the PM just before the general election pays a vist to your temple

WAKE UP YOU IDIOTS AND GAIN YOUR OWN HOMELAND THAT WHICH THE GURUS GAVE YOU AND TODAY THE HINDUS ARE ANNEXING

BETTER THAN COLD, DARK RACIST BRITAIN IS OUR HOMELAND WHERE OUR TRUE FOLK PUNJAB CULTURE AND SATGURU DI SIKHIO WOULD FLOURISH

THE UK IS FINISHED WITH - LIFE IS TOO SHORT AND IM SICK OF GETTING A RAW DEAL BY LIBLABCON I DONT WANT MY KIDS TO HAVE TO PUT UP WITH THIS

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I have left....... its a matter of time 37 now i have said to my dad whatever happens do not sell the land in India

My message to you naive baby folks is that THIS IS NOT OUR COUNTRY so realize that you are being used, i just cant believe the love here for DC

Wheres the enquiry into 1984 involvement??????? The British are and always will be imperialists because they have nothinhg here in the UK besides from rain, damp and football hooligans. My dad calls thems Gazzas hah ha lol

We are Punjabi Sikh, Punjab is our homeland and here we will always be immigrants. The next govt will be BNP its a matter of time so lets create our own destiny a future of sharam and dharam we are not tax cows that are milked to death whilst Punjab is a <banned word filter activated> whol;e because of Narendra Modi

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Hmm curious...how much are you two getting paid by the party?

Well you know from previous messages of mine that I lean to the left in life and never vote, so its clear I'm no Tory.

I'm just pointing out a simple fact. Well, 3 simple facts actually :

  1. Labour, last week, was so ashamed and scared of being photographed with dastar wearing bearded fellas (i.e us) that it banned all media and photos of their visit to the Gurdwara.
  2. The Conservatives, this week, have been so proud to be shown standing alongside dastar wearing bearded fellas (i,e. us) they've invited the whole world's media to come and take as many photos as they want.
  3. It is Labour, not the Tories, who have, over the last 15 years, deliberately forced Hindu nationalistic pro-India MPs on us in our Sikh majority constituencies.

Now I don't vote. Remember that. I'm just saying those of you who do should remember that it is the Labour Party who are treating us Sikhs the worst. Little over a week ago, on their visit to Leamington Spa ,they treated us like we were disease ridden lepers. They were too ashamed to even be photographed standing next to disgusting creatures like us. After a digusting insult like that no Sikh should ever consider voting labour.

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