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The number of Sikhs who openly support EDL is miniscule. 

The number of Sikhs who openly are against EDL is also miniscule. 

The vast majority of Sikhs in the UK I think covertly sympathize with the EDL and intuitively know why they were set up in the first place though we don't like to admit it.

We cannot however openly support them because of we perceive to what it might lead to.

That is it in a nutshell. 

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Sikhs don't need to ally themselves with the EDL to stand against the Islamic threat. It's bad P.R. for us, plus I don't really trust the various white nationalist movements. One can only imagine what they truly consider us to be away from the patronising encouragement to "fight back." Anyway, the battle is all but lost on a street level. When you've got a Muslim Mayor of London, a Muslim Home Secretary, and burgeoning Muslim involvement in the highest echelons of the British political establishment, we've kind of missed our chance around 12-15 years ago. Street-level skirmishes are useless aside from the massage of individual egos.

Big-picture: it's done. The battle is over before most of us even knew it had started. If you were expecting an announcement via the wireless by the reigning monarch declaring an outbreak of war, then you'll continue to be disappointed. Think Huxley not Orwell; the peaceful stupor of contentment, not the physical jackboot of oppression. You get me?

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I bet the so called charges against the EDL are all trumped up by the powers that be. Only a fool or dishonest individual like Jigsaw would believe it. 

Give it up Jigsaw. Your stupid, ignorant and dishonest posts is not convincing anybody except yourself.

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On 8/5/2018 at 3:29 AM, Ranjeet01 said:

The number of Sikhs who openly support EDL is miniscule. 

The number of Sikhs who openly are against EDL is also miniscule. 

The vast majority of Sikhs in the UK I think covertly sympathize with the EDL and intuitively know why they were set up in the first place though we don't like to admit it.

We cannot however openly support them because of we perceive to what it might lead to.

That is it in a nutshell. 

Well said.

Eventually Sikhs have to take a side. You cannot be a fence sitter on this. One way or another Sikhs will be affected.

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7 hours ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Anyone with any sympathy for Stephen Yaxley lennon aka Tommy Robinson or the EDL needs their heads checked 

Yeah I saw the interview Fox News did with him a few days ago. The American facists are painting him as a hero and both he and they were going on about how hard it must have been for him to endure the last few months in prison. He said it was really difficult. Fox News didn't ask him if it was as difficult as the 9 months he spent in prison for a huge mortgage fraud. Or the time he spent in jail for beating up his wife. Or the time he spent in jail for brutally assaulting a policeman. Or the time he spent in a jail cell for illegally entering America with a false passport. Or the time.........

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On 8/5/2018 at 1:05 PM, MisterrSingh said:

Sikhs don't need to ally themselves with the EDL to stand against the Islamic threat. It's bad P.R. for us, plus I don't really trust the various white nationalist movements. One can only imagine what they truly consider us to be away from the patronising encouragement to "fight back." Anyway, the battle is all but lost on a street level. When you've got a Muslim Mayor of London, a Muslim Home Secretary, and burgeoning Muslim involvement in the highest echelons of the British political establishment, we've kind of missed our chance around 12-15 years ago. Street-level skirmishes are useless aside from the massage of individual egos.

Big-picture: it's done. The battle is over before most of us even knew it had started. If you were expecting an announcement via the wireless by the reigning monarch declaring an outbreak of war, then you'll continue to be disappointed. Think Huxley not Orwell; the peaceful stupor of contentment, not the physical jackboot of oppression. You get me?

That is such as defeatist attitude to have. Sadic was only elected due to the muslim vote from east london otherwise he would never have been elected. all 2 million muslims voted for him. No white wants him as mayor. As for the others. No need to be jealous of people getting good jobs in politics.  Maybe you wish uppall was primeinster?

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