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They are a bunch of complete ar.seholes. Weak in both intellect and in physical attributes. Would you want any of these kusray on your side in a fight? It's people like these with their puny bodies and having loud clothes and ridiculous shaped glasses which just shout 'look at me' that bring real Singhs into disrepute. These are the types that make Singhs into laughing stocks. That Param Singh guy's appearance on Take Me Out was a real low point of the country's perception of Singhs. 

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13 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Controversial view, but their ‘city Sikhs’ name is a way for them to separate their identity from the majority of Sikhs from rural background and to tell other Sikhs ‘we are educated’ 

yes, they do not represent most Sikhs

This is how they like apnay in the city sectors, blatantly lacking in any attributes that might challenge the status quo.  

Plus I can bet that most of these people will have rural backgrounds too, if we went back just a few generations. 

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Why are they standing like as if they have dildos shoved up their backsides?  And I'm guessing the whacky sense of fashion  is their way of making themselves look like  modern progressive city sikhs.

These kind of people see their white "friends" as a badge of honour    like a medal on their suit 

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These are the establishment-approved roadblocks and obstacles placed in the path of a Sikh who has designs of reasserting the non-watered-down version of his religion and wishes to assert the rights and independence of his people. They'll use his "own" to try and take him down at first. If he manages to swat away these flies, then they'll send in the big boys from the mainstream power base to test the dissenter's mettle.

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  • 10 months later...

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City Sikhs is delighted to announce that Jasvir Singh OBE has been elected to the Mayor of London's new landmark Commission to help drive greater diversity across the public realm – including statues, street names, building names and memorials. ⠀

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I'm pretty sure one of these City Sikh Singhs went on the dating show "take me out" and one of the goris said she wants to use his pagh as a handbag. It doesn't matter how "city" they think they are, for the average white person they will always be the brown immigrant with a turban. 

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