Haven't watched the video, but I don't think it's true. One my cousin's back in the 90s was involved in gangs. He even had a gun when we went around their house back in the days. God knows how many women he has been with! He once told me he "im not racist when it comes to women, I dont discriminate" I know he was with a Muslim woman when he came out of jail.
On the other hand, his father was pushed around by his wife his whole life! He's the kind of guy who is really quite and only talks after he's had a few drinks. He spent most his evenings in the pub, to get away from his wife and kids!
Depends on how society defines alpha. There are some quite men, have never hurt a fly, yet they've got absolute command over their wife, kids and whatever goes on in the house ...
That's where I'd disagree. That's pie in the sky thinking; a slight yet hopeful detachment from reality. You don't pose a threat to a world power, albeit one on the wane, based on the implicit promise of a group's religious scriptures. The answer to your question is simple: we were naive and not ruthless enough, maybe out of our depth, too. When Nehru and Gandhi were hob-nobbing with the English elite and marketing their independence movements with the Oxbridge brigade, where were our equivalents making the case for Sikh autonomy and our unique identity? That's your answer.