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What are these guys all about? Apart from looking like a smug funny bunch. 

 

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1 hour ago, Lostmessedup said:

Snakes in suits 

Im not suprised by this evaluation. I have been to one of the their events a long while ago. seemed like a bunch of pompous bafoons. 

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Ya know what they aren't doin?  Wasting time talkin poorly about you online and making fun of your picture. Go ahead and serve up some selfies you can be next. 

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And as far as white wannabe status I'd be more worried about your mindset than clothing. British still got many of you lickin the boot. It's beneath you. 

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3 hours ago, Lostmessedup said:

 

Why don't you bend your d!!k backwards and stick it up their ar!s then you stupid madarchod

Lovely but weak. Try mor bro. 

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I know you struggle Veer Ji. It's okay. Just medicine. Don't go hoppin on the wrong wagons though. Stick to your roots. Stay immersed in the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. 

You wanna take some falls keep comin though. I got all night. 

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8 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Ya know what they aren't doin?  Wasting time talkin poorly about you online and making fun of your picture. Go ahead and serve up some selfies you can be next. 

If you put on a turban. You represent the Gurus and the khalsa and should act and behave accordingly. 

Not pose in pictures looking silly and making funny expressions and acting like a uloo ka pata. 

A turban is not some fashion accessory for you to try and look cool and prance around looking like a fool or clown.

Wake up and smell the instant!

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2 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

So you don't wear a paag?

What has that got to do with anything? 

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6 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

What has that got to do with anything? 

Well paag or no paag you represent Sikhia every time you post here, and nindya and racist pommie overlord thinking isn't gurmat. 

That photo isn't some disgusting display ...it's a photo...with one dude who has white framed glasses....

I find your conduct much more ignorant and offensive. I'd suggest looking at the mote in your own eye brother and not starting garbage threads. 

So you wear a paag or no?

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http://www.citysikhs.org.uk/track-record/

The Journey and Track Record of City Sikhs

City Sikhs have a strong track record in delivering high-value innovative projects and collaborations. Here is a summary of our work and journey:

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2018

  • Onkardeep Singh (youngest south Asian ever awarded) and Jagdev Singh Virdee both awarded MBEs and Krish Raval advisory board member awarded an OBE
  • A historic event celebrating the life of Princess Sophia Duleep Singh held in Parliament and supported by the Women’s Vote Centenary Grant Scheme
  • City Sikhs organise their second Vaisakhi in the Square with the Mayor of London’s office
  • New annual series of ‘Politics in the City’ setup in partnership with CHN
  • Historic launch of an annual Midlands launch of the British Sikh Report
  • Organised 2 events in partnership with the Home Office to encourage more applications from Gurdwaras for the Places of Worship security funding scheme
  • City Sikhs is awarded £10000 to support mental health for the British Sikh community by the National Lottery Fund
  • The British Sikh Report team officially split away from City Sikhs into a separate charitable trust
  • 7000 members and growing
 
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2017

  • Jasvir Singh and Dr Kamel Hothi both awarded OBEs
  • Charity name rebranded to “City Sikhs”
  • City Sikhs becomes a partner in the “Grand Trunk” project launched at the Guild Hall focusing on stories of partition
  • Strong relationship with the Football Association who provide 300 tickets for matches valued at £10,000 to encourage more Sikhs into watching Football
  • City Sikhs become an official partner for the Vaisakhi in the Square with the Mayor of London’s office
  • Sixth Sikh inspired corporate panel discussion in the city in partnership with BDO accounting firm
  • City Sikhs and City Hindus Network organise their second joint general election hustings in partnership with the Chartered Insurance Institute
 
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2016

  • Strong relationships developed between a variety of government bodies and City Sikhs
  • Jasvir Singh becomes chair of Faith Forum for London greatly increasing the profile of City Sikhs in interfaith circles
  • Introduction of a mandatory donation based on income for all ambassadors and trustees to provide a new way to fund the charity and increase commitment from volunteers
  • First evening of Indian Classical music held at parliament in partnership with Raj Academy
 
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2015

  • Successful charity registration with the charity commission becoming a “Voice of British Sikhs”
  • First event in Delhi launching City Sikhs India with mixed success
  • London’s largest general election hustings event in partnership with the City Hindus Network and the Insurance Institute paving the way for strong event partnerships between CHN and CSN
  • Cancellation of City Sikhs Diwali Ball in protest from some Sikh organisations regarding a black Diwali and cancellation of all future social networking events and as a result loss of only revenue stream
 
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2014

  • First flagship Sikh interfaith event in partnership with St Paul’s cathedral discussing women and faith with an all-female panel
  • First lawyer themed event in partnership with the Association of Asian Women Lawyers
  • Fourth and fifth Sikh inspired corporate panel discussions in the city in partnership with Norton Rose Fullbright law firm and UBS bank respectively
  • First corporate panel discussion event in Birmingham
 
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2013

  • Launch of the first edition of the British Sikh Report which gains widespread publicity in Asian and mainstream media and paves the way for rich data on British Sikhs for the benefit of government agencies, charities, Sikh organisations and the British public supported by Dr Surinder Hundal and Kulveer Ranger
  • Second and third Sikh inspired corporate panel discussion events in the city in partnership with State Street and UBS banks respectively 
  • First Sikh organisation to talk at huge faith events including Limmud and Living Islam
 
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2012

  • London’s only cross party political panel debate with mayoral candidates held in partnership with Deloitte paving the way for stronger connections between parliamentarians and CSN
  • First themed panel discussion held in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills focusing on Asians and Sport

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So, generally speaking, (and this doesn't negate the good they do) it's an organisation that's subtly rebranded and commercialised the Sikh "message" in a globalist, progressive-friendly manner for... what purpose exactly? Reading between the lines, it seems to be another vehicle for trustees to extract funding and cultivate influential links and relationships for the purposes of external corporate and business interests.

 

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On 8/7/2019 at 12:35 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Well paag or no paag you represent Sikhia every time you post here, and nindya and racist pommie overlord thinking isn't gurmat. 

That photo isn't some disgusting display ...it's a photo...with one dude who has white framed glasses....

I find your conduct much more ignorant and offensive. I'd suggest looking at the mote in your own eye brother and not starting garbage threads. 

So you wear a paag or no?

Now your not making any sence at all. I suggest you read more knowledge and come back to me when you have reached enlightenment. 

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7 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

Now your not making any sence at all. I suggest you read more knowledge and come back to me when you have reached enlightenment. 

Yes, mukti is a pre requisite for calling you out for behavior that is beneath you. You know you have far more to offer the Sangat than point and laugh threads. And bro you don't want weight of making fun of Khalsa on your shoulders. 

You started this thread, asked if anyone knew about them and then jumped instantly on the first negative and informationless post to reverb in your echo chamber, suddenly revealing you'd met them before and didn't get your ego validated or something. 

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