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On 12/26/2018 at 9:08 PM, Guest jigsaw_puzzled_singh said:

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Not sure how a twenty-something year old would even "remember" how the nazis began but if you're looking for clues I would look into how the white powers that be vilify and nulify entire communities of colour. In order to referesh your "memory" of how the nazis began I would suggest you look into data of:

1) the immigration system and how it separates children of colour from their parents

2) Statistics of how brown and black people are far less likely to get jobs despite better qualifications than whites

3) Statistics of how brown and black people are far more likely to be given custodial sentences by the criminal justice system

4) Look into the governments hostile environment policies.

 

 

There are many things that could refreshen your "memory" of how the nazis began my friend. But, once you do 'remember', I'm pretty sure you won't remember it as a case of a persecuted minority making jokes about the sillyness of the majority with power that are doing the persecuting them. I'm pretty sure, once your "memory" starts to function again, you will begin to see that as a case of white priviledge....i.e. where the persecutors are not even allowed to be criticised. Are things 'reminding' you of how the 'nazis began' now ?????

 

On 12/27/2018 at 10:10 PM, Guest Really... said:

Your initial post was a blatant and disgusting show of racism.

Own it. 

It only takes one fool to start a ripple of racial hatred, it may start off as a malicious joke sugar coated as harmless fun. 

Grow up and stop doing so much Nindya. You are emotionally immature. 

that isnt how the nazis formed

they thought they had guidance through god.

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I read the first line of your post. I'm 32 years old so please don't be so patronizing. 

There's nothing you can do or say to justify the blatantly racist remarks you made in your first post. For a white sikh who comes on here who follows the Gurus, and in general, it was incredibly disrespectful and the fact that many on here didn't pull you up on it is pretty awful too.

 Instead of putting your hands up and admitting your mistakes, you will wrote a long message as you have above. Strange. 

 

 

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On 12/30/2018 at 10:54 PM, Guest Really... said:

I read the first line of your post. I'm 32 years old so please don't be so patronizing. 

There's nothing you can do or say to justify the blatantly racist remarks you made in your first post. For a white sikh who comes on here who follows the Gurus, and in general, it was incredibly disrespectful and the fact that many on here didn't pull you up on it is pretty awful too.

 Instead of putting your hands up and admitting your mistakes, you will wrote a long message as you have above. Strange. 

 

 

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For a white sikh who comes on here who follows the Gurus, and in general, it was incredibly disrespectful

Voltaire may have said this 300 years ago but, as you've demonstrated, every word still rings true today:

" If you want to know who rules over you, simply find out who it is that you are not allowed to criticise"

 

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Instead of putting your hands up and admitting your mistakes, you will wrote a long message as you have above.

I told you that it is vital that white people are made to feel uncomfortable so that they may be forced into contemplating their white privilege. You, the white person, refused to read it. That's white fragility.

I told you how getting white people to self-reflect on their own white privileges is the only way that racism will ever end. You, the white person, refused to listen. That's white fragility.

I told you how American scientific studies have shown that the health of brown and black people can improve when they do things that force white people to confront their privileges. You, the white person, refused to care. That's white fragility.

And yet YOU, the white person, feel you have the right to lecture me, the brown person, on what is and isn't racism ?¬†ūüėģThat's white privilege.

 

Image result for voltaire if you want to know

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On 12/30/2018 at 10:54 PM, Guest Really... said:

I read the first line of your post. I'm 32 years old so please don't be so patronizing. 

There's nothing you can do or say to justify the blatantly racist remarks you made in your first post. For a white sikh who comes on here who follows the Gurus, and in general, it was incredibly disrespectful and the fact that many on here didn't pull you up on it is pretty awful too.

 Instead of putting your hands up and admitting your mistakes, you will wrote a long message as you have above. Strange. 

 

 

i was not part of this thread, but i apologise if you were offended.  its not good.  

they are just dumb kids who enjoy all the privileges of living in western countries.  

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13 hours ago, Guest guest said:

i was not part of this thread, but i apologise if you were offended.  its not good.  

they are just dumb kids who enjoy all the privileges of living in western countries.  

as said previously elsewhere, if speaking from real-life observation and experience makes someone dumb, then yes, we are dumb....

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13 hours ago, Guest guest said:

i was not part of this thread, but i apologise if you were offended.  its not good.  

they are just dumb kids who enjoy all the privileges of living in western countries.  

I'm not offended by you, my friend. I am offended by a certain Mod here on this forum. This particular Mod is brown. He/She should know better. There are at least 3 or 4 of my messages for this thread that one particular Mod has not allowed any of you to read. Some were about the way that our hospitals and midwives in the UK tell new Sikh (and other brown people) mothers to not sleep with their newborn babies based on false statistics pertaining to white culture and some messages were about the way that white people themselves refuse to integrate with brown and black people and then complain that brown and black people don't integrate. There were other messages too. This begs some questions that hopefully other Admin and Mods here might be able to answer:

1) Who is this particular Mod that repeatedly censors such messages and refuses to post them ?

2) Why don't the other Mods have a word with him / her ?

3) How could this person have achieved the position of a Mod on an 'ethnic' based forum and yet still not understand the basic principles behind overarching objective of equality, diversity, inclusion and ultimately equity ?

 

Who is this Mod here on this site that deliberately hides stuff from all of you ?   Is it BHForce ?

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Guest Pagjot

 

If you're not happy, then  feel free to move back to India or Pakistan. Nobody put a gun to your head and forced you to live in the West. Honestly, it would be a win, win situation for all. 

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Kids who have yet to evolve from primitive states. Grow up and stop spreading racial hatred

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On 1/4/2019 at 9:33 PM, Guest Pagjot said:

 

If you're not happy, then  feel free to move back to India or Pakistan. Nobody put a gun to your head and forced you to live in the West. Honestly, it would be a win, win situation for all. 

the opportunity to earn good money and donate, spend or invest as much of it back home for good causes i.e. education, sponsorship and family and friends is one of my main focuses atm....

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On 1/2/2019 at 9:50 PM, Guest jigsaw_puzzled_singh said:

Voltaire may have said this 300 years ago but, as you've demonstrated, every word still rings true today:

" If you want to know who rules over you, simply find out who it is that you are not allowed to criticise"

 

I told you that it is vital that white people are made to feel uncomfortable so that they may be forced into contemplating their white privilege. You, the white person, refused to read it. That's white fragility.

I told you how getting white people to self-reflect on their own white privileges is the only way that racism will ever end. You, the white person, refused to listen. That's white fragility.

I told you how American scientific studies have shown that the health of brown and black people can improve when they do things that force white people to confront their privileges. You, the white person, refused to care. That's white fragility.

And yet YOU, the white person, feel you have the right to lecture me, the brown person, on what is and isn't racism ?¬†ūüėģThat's white privilege.

 

Image result for voltaire if you want to know

Dear Dumbo, were you made to retract anything in this thread? You're still able to flap your gums and run your foul mouth so how is Voltaire's quote relevant in this thread?

You're quite possibly the dumbest poster in this site. Honestly, it would do you more good to do more reading than running your foul and ignorant mouth.

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Just thinking, are we not to judge people or talk ish about them? So this whole thread and my replies included are against Gurbani? Or am am I just talking ish ?

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2 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Just thinking, are we not to judge people or talk ish about them? So this whole thread and my replies included are against Gurbani? Or am am I just talking ish ?

Haha, No.

Morally, no, you're not supposed to generalize White people by things that some of them do. 

Also you're not supposed to judge anyway.

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6 minutes ago, Amit12 said:

Haha, No.

Morally, no, you're not supposed to generalize White people by things that some of them do. 

Also you're not supposed to judge anyway.

I know but we are doing in this thread?

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8 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

I know but we are doing in this thread?

You may have noticed many Senior members in this forum didn't bother to have a contribution on this thread. ūüėČ

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8 minutes ago, Amit12 said:

You may have noticed many Senior members in this forum didn't bother to have a contribution on this thread. ūüėČ

Ohh I see , so we can be hypocritical when it suits us then? Minus the senior members :)

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