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Interesting stuff posted by Ranjeet above. I gather it's a complex situation with lots of actors:

But I have to reiterate, Waheguru forbid, but if it comes to some global ww3 type conflict, I don't want Sikh brothers getting slaughtered for anyone elses causes. 

We've been through enough of that already. 

On top of that (for the UK crew) if some of these Islamist groups start to do their usual thing here (and Turkey has a strategic reason and a history of supporting certain fundamentalist groups - hence a high likelihood of some captives being freed at some point - and maybe reaching here), we're going to need our peeps here. Even outside of this war scenario, if we get a serious economic crash here, with all the usual violence and racism that usually follows it, we need our fighters here, keeping our community safe. We don't want to be running around relying on others looking like weak, emasculated  b**ches. 

We'll probably be compelled to consolidate ourselves here in such a situation, it's a shame we can't do these things without extreme external stimulus. 

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6 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Interesting stuff posted by Ranjeet above. I gather it's a complex situation with lots of actors:

But I have to reiterate, Waheguru forbid, but if it comes to some global ww3 type conflict, I don't want Sikh brothers getting slaughtered for anyone elses causes. 

We've been through enough of that already. 

On top of that (for the UK crew) if some of these Islamist groups start to do their usual thing here (and Turkey has a strategic reason and a history of supporting certain fundamentalist groups - hence a high likelihood of some captives being freed at some point - and maybe reaching here), we're going to need our peeps here. Even outside of this war scenario, if we get a serious economic crash here, with all the usual violence and racism that usually follows it, we need our fighters here, keeping our community safe. We don't want to be running around relying on others looking like weak, emasculated  b**ches. 

We'll probably be compelled to consolidate ourselves here in such a situation, it's a shame we can't do these things without extreme external stimulus. 

We did have situation back in 2011 if you recall during our summer of riots.

The community was very quick to galvanise and organise themselves.

When there was blackberry messages about raiding Southall, there were about 300 Singh's guarding the Park Avenue gurdwara within a space of a few hours.

There were patrols up and down Southall Broadway as well as Old Southall.

Same thing was happening in Gurdwarae up in the Midlands. I remember there being a kala knocked out in a pool of blood whilst trying to attack a Gurdwara. 

The Sangat knows when and how to organise when it needs to. Don't under estimate it too much.

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The Sangat knows when and how to organise when it needs to. Don't under estimate it too much.

Yeah sure. That's why they dealt with the grooming issue so efficiently and quickly.............

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7621311/Donald-Trump-threatens-drop-ISIS-fighters-UK-border.html

 

Donald Trump threatens to 'drop' ISIS fighters at UK border if Britain does not take them back as he labels European allies a 'tremendous disappointment'

  • Trump launched a furious attack moments after announcing death of ISIS leader
  • He warned the US would not pay for hundreds of fighters to stay at Guantanamo
  • If Europe does not take them he said he would 'drop them right on your border'  

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