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GROOMERS EXPOSED: Sexual Predator Caught Targeting Sikh Girl


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8 hours ago, TheeTurbanator said:

 

 

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Thing is he's acting as if he'll say sorry and the kind hearted sikhs will let him go ... there is something in that to think about . When baddies had an expectation of being chatka-ed or at least beaten to within an inch  they stayed away from sikh women , now they perceive sikhs as physically soft and mentally docile anything's possible . It is that one thing that got to me . He openly admits he has already done this to another underage sikh girl for some time and is just putting his hands together to wheedle out of this . The fact is , he is and will always be a predator of our girls

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7 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

Thing is he's acting as if he'll say sorry and the kind hearted sikhs will let him go ... there is something in that to think about . When baddies had an expectation of being chatka-ed or at least beaten to within an inch  they stayed away from sikh women , now they perceive sikhs as physically soft and mentally docile anything's possible . It is that one thing that got to me . He openly admits he has already done this to another underage sikh girl for some time and is just putting his hands together to wheedle out of this . The fact is , he is and will always be a predator of our girls

How do you think we can prevent this from happening further with our girls?

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2 hours ago, GuestKaur2 said:

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How do you think we can prevent this from happening further with our girls?

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Every sikh parent should know that most musley are enrolling their girls and boys in marital arts/boxing/muay thai type classes from as young an age as possible they are planning long term . Unless we all adults and children don't toughen up and get ready we will be caught unawares by the violence they have started to unleash on communities . Your children's lives matter to you AND the panth , make them aware , get them prepared  and stay awake . Get your banian Kant

Those of us who can put english subtitles to punjabi speaking itihaasic vids , translate old granths to english, bug committees to start itihaas classes , discussion groups, outreach to single parent families etc

 

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51 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

I KNOW that a shoulder to cry on or a non-judgemental ear is all these girls need .

That's so true! I have so much stuff in my heart that I really want to share with someone but I can't because my parents are typical Punjabi parents and I know what they are like so I keep everything to myself and that's just the way that I am now. My mum doesn't know what I am really like and neither does my dad. That's why I like coming on here to listen to other people's problems and give my twopence worth because I know what it feels like.

51 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

Honestly if we can do parchaar on sikhi's idea of sin and forgiveness and how Guru ji is forgiving , it will make these kids more close to sikhi. The scare stories that other faiths put up about us should be challenged at every level . No sikh child should feel that there is something wrong with being a sikh.

Yes. That's why most girls become besharam because they want to "fit in" because there is a lack of parchaar. That's also why I cherish Guru Ji so much because even if my parents don't understand me, Guru Ji does. If we had more parchaar then no Sikh girl would feel insecure enough to trust a stranger.

 

51 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

parents and families need to get a realistic view of the western world and realise that  their children are constantly being targetted by other faiths (christians are also getting into our girls ' heads and converting them, hindus persuading them to go into their households and thus no more baby sikhs)  Muslims are the most persistant and numerous . It is not just girls but boys who are subjected to this constant pressure to become like the musley/christians/hindus/atheists by denying their roots and dharam. 
Boys need to be supported and mentored in sikhi by our young men and older wise gursikhs emulating tarna dal - budda dal relationship.

I agree, its not only girls at risk but it's also boys. Muslims (I have noticed) can't help it, they HAVE to tell EVERYONE about how great their religion is and Sikh children are too scared to do so because they feel they will be bullied.

We have a lot we have to improve...

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On 9/18/2018 at 11:10 AM, GuestKaur2 said:

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How do you think we can prevent this from happening further with our girls?

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I mean... the Khalsa is supposed to protect people... so why don't we start doing that?

Like Turbanator ji said, we need to create an environment where victims aren't afraid to come out.

We also need to make it known that Sikhs will not tolerate this. 

I don't doubt for a second that this is happening to Hindus and probably even Christians too, but at the moment we need to focus on this for ourselves.

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9 hours ago, mahandulai said:

BRo what evidence is there that this is sikh-targetted, and not just a regular groomer or peadophile.???

Be aware of how this media comes across. 

because this ish admits to targetting a sikh girl previous to this potential victim and that other girl was 15 ...

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