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22 hours ago, puzzled said:

My Punjabi friend his wife's brother has a kid with a black girl, kid was born out of wedlock and he soon broke up with the black girl, he doesn't really spend much time with the kid. My friends wife was telling me how her parents try to talk and have a relationship with the kid but they are proper traditional and speak broken English while the kid is like any other black kid.  Its sad really, when traditional parents end up with kids like that. But my friends wife was saying how her brother was always the odd one out, coconut type. 

Thats really sad. The kid is innocent. The grandparents should have relationship with kid and try to raise him in Sikhi. Know many cases where this happens, where one parent is absent and grown up resenting, rebellious. 

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11 hours ago, puzzled said:

People are muddling punjabi issues with sikh issues, this female going missing really wasnt a sikh issue and nothing to do with sikhs! , is she even sikh! No shes punjabi! Why are these issues being dragged into sikh problems is beyond my understanding. 

That's why people like her and the rest whatever they do dating, fcking, breaking up, has got nothing to do with us!! They can do whatever they like! They are just your average punjabis, why link it to sikhs! 

Dragging their issues into sikh problems is dragging extra baggage around that has got nothing to do with us!

 

 

I think that attitude is exactly what allowed groomers to do their thing on our community with impunity. Trying to absolve ourselves of any responsibility for the wider community is weak.  It sounds like your definition of Sikh would only cover a miniscule amount of people.

 

That being said: if the family is Radho Soami, then I'm wondering where they stand? Are they Sikhs? But I guess that's a whole other discussion. 

I don't know what to make of this case here, it seems to swing from tragedy to comedy? God knows what truth there is behind what is being said on social media. I don't know how reliable these things are?   

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On 7/4/2020 at 6:54 PM, Premi5 said:

This halloumilife needs to mind her own business and not stick her nose into into it. 
 

I feel sorry for the parents here. The girl will regret her choice sooner or later. 
 

 

sounds like she's the one with a black bf or she's a muslimah ish-stirring

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I've heard about this apna in my city who had a baby with a mixed raced woman(black and white ) when both of them were seniors in high school (grade 12) His parents found out and shipped him to Punjab. Don't really have a clue what happened to him, but the baby isn't really living in the best of neighborhoods, probably the worst in the city, and the mom turned to drugs. Really sad situation.   

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2 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

I've heard about this apna in my city who had a baby with a mixed raced woman(black and white ) when both of them were seniors in high school (grade 12) His parents found out and shipped him to Punjab. Don't really have a clue what happened to him, but the baby isn't really living in the best of neighborhoods, probably the worst in the city, and the mom turned to drugs. Really sad situation.   

Oh wow so they were 18? Was his parent traditional into Sikhi?

Parents old family friend, his son really smart highly educated, and had high flying job was earning $$$, he'd ended up having baby with European girl. The relationship didn't last for long and was tumultuous for many years. Anyway the grandfather shortly passed away, the grandma, did raise him, sent him private school they're really well off so didn't have to suffer much, but now son in 20's and he's doing pretty well. 

Others i know turned out really bad, due to neglecting the child. 

I think due to the low fertility rate we having, if they're having kids out of wedlock and young..then grandparents should take care of them and raise them as much as they can in Sikhi. If the kids didnt turn to be how they'd expected the grandkids might lol 

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The children should never be made to suffer. They're blameless. Yes, in some situations they're used as pawns between the parents and even the state, but if there's none of that going and the father just can't be bothered to maintain a relationship with the kid, then that's just not on. A child needs a father.

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10 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Oh wow so they were 18? Was his parent traditional into Sikhi?

Parents old family friend, his son really smart highly educated, and had high flying job was earning $$$, he'd ended up having baby with European girl. The relationship didn't last for long and was tumultuous for many years. Anyway the grandfather shortly passed away, the grandma, did raise him, sent him private school they're really well off so didn't have to suffer much, but now son in 20's and he's doing pretty well. 

Others i know turned out really bad, due to neglecting the child. 

I think due to the low fertility rate we having, if they're having kids out of wedlock and young..then grandparents should take care of them and raise them as much as they can in Sikhi. If the kids didnt turn to be how they'd expected the grandkids might lol 

Both of them were 18. I couldn't tell you about his parents, but just from his actions alone, I'm guessing they weren't into Sikhi like that. I would see her with the baby at the train station and occasionally still do. The parents also probably want nothing to do with the child.  That baby is living in a terrible environment, I actually know her brother. He's out here selling drugs, and doing all the typical street activities. 

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11 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

Both of them were 18. I couldn't tell you about his parents, but just from his actions alone, I'm guessing they weren't into Sikhi like that. I would see her with the baby at the train station and occasionally still do. The parents also probably want nothing to do with the child.  That baby is living in a terrible environment, I actually know her brother. He's out here selling drugs, and doing all the typical street activities. 

There was one Singh who had a joora,  he had baby with  light skin black girl, really pretty tho, they're both were 17 when she had baby..i think they'd broke up now last time i saw and is mona now 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

There was one Singh who had a joora,  he had baby with  light skin black girl, really pretty tho, they're both were 17 when she had baby..i think they'd broke up now last time i saw and is mona now 

 

 

I once knew a guy(a Mona). He got a white girl pregnant. She was a good natured girl and  compared to him she was really much better looking too. She wanted him to marry her, and she would hang around him during her pregnancy with the hope that he would marry her but he never did. Even the guy's father who was an Amritdhari Singh wanted his son to marry the girl since he didn't want his grand child to be born out of wedlock. But his son was a worthless loser.

These are all Nishanis of Kalyug. An increasing number of children will be born out of wedlock as we are seeing in our lifetime. 

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21 minutes ago, Jonny101 said:

 

These are all Nishanis of Kalyug. An increasing number of children will be born out of wedlock as we are seeing in our lifetime. 

It really common and been happening for long time. You know how many those Punjabi munde that come here, get European girl pregnant to get citizenship. Where i live, the countless Punjabi munde with European kuriye getting pregnant you see here. They'll have the most ridiculous hairstyle and giant kara. 

Was listening to radio they were having discussion of immigration and some guy goes he's had multiple kids with few polish women, just wants to get visa. They barley speak any good English and some say they'd just want to get passport and don't want do much with kid. Really besharme lot we have become. 

There was one who said he'd married to punjabi girl back India, got work visa came uk, divorced her, found europen girl got preg, had baby, no relationship with polish girl now, and want to apply citizenship and re-marry his 1st wife and bring her to uk!

 

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38 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

It really common and been happening for long time. You know how many those Punjabi munde that come here, get European girl pregnant to get citizenship. Where i live, the countless Punjabi munde with European kuriye getting pregnant you see here. They'll have the most ridiculous hairstyle and giant kara. 

Was listening to radio they were having discussion of immigration and some guy goes he's had multiple kids with few polish women, just wants to get visa. They barley speak any good English and some say they'd just want to get passport and don't want do much with kid. Really besharme lot we have become. 

It's a shame they're doing this. They don't even think about the children they are bringing in this world who will never see their father. And studies have shown being a fatherless child is not good for the over all development of a child. They carry psychological effects of being fatherless for the rest of their lives.

In the West this became very prevalent since the 1960s. That's when a whole generation of beta males and girls with daddy issues were born. Rise in homosexuality in western men can also be seen from this era. But among apne this seems to have become a problem since 2000. Before that having kids out of wedlock was rarely seen.

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I think kids being born out of wedlock is going to be the nxt big thing in the Punjabi community, its only a matter of time, dating and s3x b4 marriage is already accepted in the community, next it will be Punjabi babies being born out of wedlock all over the place, left right center. I reckon give it another 7 years or so. I know of a few Asian females with babies born out of wedlock. 

I know a Pakistani girl who went to the same school as me, i just say the casual "hello" when i see her, nothing else really. But she has a baby with a Indian guy but they are not in a relationship. tbh she seems happy and has her own house! when you see her it does seem all normal! she has tattoo in Hindi on her back. Theres a Punjabi girl who i used to talk to but then i stopped, she has a baby with a Pakistani guy before marriage. She was drunk and partying most the time so the social lot took the boy away because of neglect, but she seems to have gotten her act together and the boy is with her again, she married a illegal immigrant from Punjab last year and it all seems gd! 

Theres a few more around town. But yeah, i think its starting to build pace, i reckon another couple of years and there will be babies all over the place. I think multicultural brown towns in the UK are starting to resemble ghettos, babies out of wedlock will complete the look.

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Scary thing is that majority of these people are going to raise the next generation. Those very same values are going to be passed down to their children. A cycle is established. Kaljug is really turning up.  

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4 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

Scary thing is that majority of these people are going to raise the next generation. Those very same values are going to be passed down to their children. A cycle is established. Kaljug is really turning up.  

It is quite something isnt it. Just imagine what these individual teach their kids, I mean it is up to them what they teach their kids, but the whole thing is spiraling more and more into kalyug. 

I know this punjabi lady in our local area and she was telling how she went to her puas daughters wedding in the west Midlands. The female married a Gujarati man so the Gurdwara didnt allow the wedding so they got married in a Ravidassia temple instead. Her father is a amritdhari so he ate roti at the reception party and went home. The party continued, and the bride got so drunk that at the end of the party her husband and brother had to pick her up and carry her into the car! The lady was telling me that the guests were sitting there with there eyes wide open in shock with the bride and grooms antics.she said she never seen anything like that in her life. 

Similar thing happened with one of my cousins in canada. I never went but I watched the wedding film. Both my cousin and his wife were drinking but his wife was getting a bit more and more tipsy as the reception went on. And then she started making suggestive gestures with her hands while dancing, she made her tumb and finger into a circle and started sticking her finger from her other hand in and out of the circle/hole! It was quite a uncomfortable watch especially with my mum and dad watching it with me! 😄

At the end of the day everyone can plan their wedding how they want to, ones wedding is a reflection of the individuals. but it does make you wonder how these classy young ladies would raise their own daughters. 

 

 

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The thought of having a daughter in today's day and age is quite a scary and worrying thought. Part of me hopes I just have sons. Its hard for any man to have a daughter that turns out to be a slapper. Gay son and slapper daughter are the worst things for a father! 

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