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I have come across a few newly embraced Sikhs from Russia. It got me thinking. 

Eastern Europe could be the next frontier for Sikhs. Places like Poland, Russia, holland, germany ect. 

Eastern Europeans/Scandanavia are generally alot more open to Faith and spirituality and have a fascination with Indian faith and culture. Alot more then typical british goreh that are very far from faith and more into boozing and and clubbing. 

Basics of Sikhi could possible do some events in those countries to raise awareness about Sikhism. 

Ive met a few Europeans also in the uk and they really into learning about Indian faiths ect. Yet Sikhs would rather not fund these projects as they believe that all faiths lead to God. So why talk about our faith. 

 

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।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ। ।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ।

Every country!!!!!

Degh Tegh Fateh, Panth Ki Jeet, Raaj Karega Khalsa (over the whole world).

।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ। ।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ।

 

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59 minutes ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ। ।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ।

Every country!!!!!

Degh Tegh Fateh, Panth Ki Jeet, Raaj Karega Khalsa (over the whole world).

।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ। ।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ।

 

That goes without saying. 

But with limited resources such as money and parchaarics at our disposal. We have to concentrate on key places where we can be most effective. 

We have to be precise and figure out which countries will be most effective and productive for our limited resources.

Places like Europe and south america should be our aim and priority for now untill we can afford to and have the resources to go fully global and expand  

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5 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

I have come across a few newly embraced Sikhs from Russia. It got me thinking. 

Eastern Europe could be the next frontier for Sikhs. Places like Poland, Russia, holland, germany ect. 

Eastern Europeans/Scandanavia are generally alot more open to Faith and spirituality and have a fascination with Indian faith and culture. Alot more then typical british goreh that are very far from faith and more into boozing and and clubbing. 

Basics of Sikhi could possible do some events in those countries to raise awareness about Sikhism. 

Ive met a few Europeans also in the uk and they really into learning about Indian faiths ect. Yet Sikhs would rather not fund these projects as they believe that all faiths lead to God. So why talk about our faith. 

 

South America, East Asia [China, Japan] ,

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I think we need to dependufy Sikhi as well now (urgently). We've had a long period where we've tried to target parchaar towards the most uneducated pendu Panjabis, and this has taken a toll. We need to get back inline with the high intellect approach as exemplified in DG, to do parchaar to people who aren't uneducated and semi-illiterate now. 

That's how we'll spread further. 

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A Japanese cult was active in Russia and they were on some Terrorist stuff  "Aum Shinrikyo"

Pretty interesting stuff, but yes we should spread Sikhi in countries like Russia, I believe Tokyo has a Gurduwara in it too, and we all know how strict Japan is as a country.

If really all you want to do is form a sikh-nationalist society, you can always take up arms somewhere in Africa (Rhodesia) and create a Sikh colony considering how the UN wouldn't do nothing (just look at Sudan)

 

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19 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

I have come across a few newly embraced Sikhs from Russia. It got me thinking. 

Eastern Europe could be the next frontier for Sikhs. Places like Poland, Russia, holland, germany ect. 

Eastern Europeans/Scandanavia are generally alot more open to Faith and spirituality and have a fascination with Indian faith and culture. Alot more then typical british goreh that are very far from faith and more into boozing and and clubbing. 

Basics of Sikhi could possible do some events in those countries to raise awareness about Sikhism. 

Ive met a few Europeans also in the uk and they really into learning about Indian faiths ect. Yet Sikhs would rather not fund these projects as they believe that all faiths lead to God. So why talk about our faith. 

 

how about Japan as they are a dwindling population but had a military past and could easily relate to Guru ji's philiosophy as their samurais' writings are echoes of the saint sipahi motif , they need their youth to reengage in life in a healthy family way, for their race to survive .

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11 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

how about Japan as they are a dwindling population but had a military past and could easily relate to Guru ji's philiosophy as their samurais' writings are echoes of the saint sipahi motif , they need their youth to reengage in life in a healthy family way, for their race to survive .

Immigration is tough, if you do immigrate then you're working for labor reasons, or being a English teacher.

You probably have to give up your citizenship in other countries, and yes Japan has a problem with their youth,  most of them commit suicide, depressed,worried about family honor and their future, and some of them are completely isolated. 

Ideally Sikhi could help these youth fall back in with society and live a better life, there's already a gurduwara in Japan so we just need knowledgeable singhs who can speak Japanese to actually perform the act.

Research about the suicide forest in Japan, and  the messages there.

(I forgot most of them, but usually  people who plan on killing themselves leave messages, like I think it was blue tape for thinking about suicide, or something.)

I actually plan on going to Tokyo one day myself.

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23 minutes ago, KhalistanYouth said:

Immigration is tough, if you do immigrate then you're working for labor reasons, or being a English teacher.

You probably have to give up your citizenship in other countries, and yes Japan has a problem with their youth,  most of them commit suicide, depressed,worried about family honor and their future, and some of them are completely isolated. 

Ideally Sikhi could help these youth fall back in with society and live a better life, there's already a gurduwara in Japan so we just need knowledgeable singhs who can speak Japanese to actually perform the act.

Research about the suicide forest in Japan, and  the messages there.

(I forgot most of them, but usually  people who plan on killing themselves leave messages, like I think it was blue tape for thinking about suicide, or something.)

I actually plan on going to Tokyo one day myself.

I'll be going in 2020, I'll be checking out what it is like . Kobe has the oldest sikh settlement and gurdwara.

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3 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

I'll be going in 2020, I'll be checking out what it is like . Kobe has the oldest sikh settlement and gurdwara.

Sounds good man.

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On 7/15/2019 at 9:37 AM, jkvlondon said:

how about Japan as they are a dwindling population but had a military past and could easily relate to Guru ji's philiosophy as their samurais' writings are echoes of the saint sipahi motif , they need their youth to reengage in life in a healthy family way, for their race to survive .

That could be an option. We probably need to have one parcharic team in each country. Distributing leaflets and having talks. Possibly have someone that is a japanese Sikh take part in the parchaar. 

Only issues are funding and infrastructure of parchaar. Not sure what basics of Sikhi are doing these days. But they need to get back to doing what their good at. 

We have to hand select countries as I mentioned before as due to limited resouces and men on the ground we cant do all of the countries at once. Unless we can start having more paarcharic teams. 

So far according basics of Sikh they only have about 3-5 parcharics and that is in the whole country. 

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Best get cracking if Japan is a potential site for parchaar, because the Marxists at the UN are currently bombarding the Japs with propaganda for the purpose of them accepting low IQ Muzzies and Africans to replenish an aging and declining population. Once these folks get a foothold in the country, we'll be shunted to the back of the queue as usual.

Also, the Japanese mindset considers races and tribes from the Indian subcontinent to be inherently inferior. So, that sales patter better be slick, because it's going to be an uphill struggle to convince a proud, dignified race with centuries-old culture and traditions -- that was ONLY brought to heel during a war when it was partially destroyed by two NUCLEAR BOMBS -- that we have anything to offer such a people.

They may be under the cultural and militaristic boot of the Americans -- for understandable reasons -- but that doesn't mean they'll open their legs for us.

 

The arrogance and delusion here is hilarious at times.

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Does it really matter which countries? Just get the message correct, otherwise we are going to get diluted versions of the truth.

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