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3 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

and so it degrades to casteist BS arguments when we are actually talking about the degradation of sikhi in females and males in the majority

Well your fellow eastender always brings caste into everything. 

I prefer not to, but he deliberately does this to side track every discussion.

He is a troll (he's been doing this for years) and not once has any moderator ever called him on it. 

We have the likes of Jagsaw who has been sidelined, maybe the moderator should do the same with him too.

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It's because these same kanjars are going to apparently start representing sikhi and do those Khalistan talks.  I don't care what someone says if they're not a sikh, but when they start saying si

Rise above it and get out of here. Only help those who want to be helped. Society is lost, it will only get worse in kaljug. I know someone who posts really tarty and sexual photos on Instagram.

I have a feeling that some of these types are doing this because they feel resentment at having been compelled to reign in their promiscuous behaviour when growing up in a relatively conservative Sikh

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8 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I asked my 100 year old grandad  - we go back to being Sikh A LONG TIME. Your ancestor was probably some opportunist sullah jut, who jumped on the bandwagon without any belief in it. 

I thought you said your family are originally from Rajasthan lol! 

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9 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

and so it degrades to casteist BS arguments when we are actually talking about the degradation of sikhi in females and males in the majority

Why is that every thread that Dally starts writing comments on becomes about caste!  i never happens on the threads on this forum!  hes the only person that brings up caste on every topic.

whether if its a topic about obesity, global warming, slags on twitter, polar bears dying, Dasam Granth, partition, 9/11   he always some how manages to link it to caste! 

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5 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

He hasn't got a clue what his roots are.

He needs to read some British publication from the 1800s to figure that one out.

😂    Its funny how he has so much trust on British sources when these same people tried to make Indian look as bad as they could and make themselves look like the beckons of morality.

Sati was done by such a tiny minority of Indians yet they made it look like the whole of India did it, they did anything to make Indians look like backwards barbaric people that needed British guidance and morality. 

After all they needed to justify their invasion of India some how

I made a thread about how Rajasthani men tie turbans a while back and dally as usual turned it into a caste issue and also said how his family are originally from Rajasthan lol 

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10 minutes ago, puzzled said:

😂    Its funny how he has so much trust on British sources when these same people tried to make Indian look as bad as they could and make themselves look like the beckons of morality.

Sati was done by such a tiny minority of Indians yet they made it look like the whole of India did it, they did anything to make Indians look like backwards barbaric people that needed British guidance and morality. 

After all they needed to justify their invasion of India some how

I made a thread about how Rajasthani men tie turbans a while back and dally as usual turned it into a caste issue and also said how his family are originally from Rajasthan lol 

It's whatever suits his agenda. 

Going back to the original thread, he is exactly the type of Gen X'er I was mentioning. Dysfunctional, pot user, adolescent mindset etc.

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1 minute ago, Ranjeet01 said:

It's whatever suits his agenda. 

Going back to the original thread, he is exactly the type of Gen X'er I was mentioning. Dysfunctional, pot user, adolescent mindset etc.

It has crossed my head several times, that he is everything that he actually complains about lol    but he doesnt realize it lol 

He also comes across as white washed, but that is seen alot in his generation but at the same time he moans about white people. 

He doesnt even keep his kesh does he?  But then moans about people not properly practicing Sikhi.  Lol 

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1 hour ago, Ranjeet01 said:

We've don't it loads of times.

You seem to be very selective, or it could be all the ganga you smoke 😂😂

Now you're doing that weird Trump thing when repeating something often enough makes it true to your thick brain. Like your previous insistence that I was from Africa....lmao!!

 

You must be the descendant of the 'slow to learn' brigade:

 

And anyway, to counter your previous complete bollox, fictional account of negative trends permeating through to 'innocent and pure' (cough, cough!!) rural Sikhs. This is how it more realistically goes:

Jut Sikh>>Other Jut Sikhs>>Other nonJut Sikhs and even nonSikh Panjabis 

 

 

 

1 hour ago, Ranjeet01 said:

100 percent pure Majhail. Since the guru's times.

You clearly are on the lower strata of Hindu society. 

Please tell us what caste your family belong to?

 

 

Well, seeing as we've been Sikh for centuries, and you know dasmesh pita has a strong history in the region. What does that mean?

Plus, let's keep it real, numerically you belong to a majority sullah biraderi - of which you are a Sikh minority.  And I bet your ancestor was a sullah. 

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40 minutes ago, puzzled said:

It has crossed my head several times, that he is everything that he actually complains about lol    but he doesnt realize it lol 

He also comes across as white washed, but that is seen alot in his generation but at the same time he moans about white people. 

He doesnt even keep his kesh does he?  But then moans about people not properly practicing Sikhi.  Lol 

So a person can be a hypocritical casteist, but keeping your kesh makes it alright? Or proclaim the greatness of a region, and how it 'saved' Sikh Panjab, whilst at the same time saying that the 'Sikhs' of the region have never been particularly 'religious'. That's not contradictory? What I'm complaining about are people trying to claim that they are some 'pillar' of the panth, who don't even believe in the basics regarding it's social vision. Keeping kesh and tying a dastaar just seems like the the donkey who Guru ji put a tiger skin upon, for such people. 

And I'm not whitewashed at all. You know that I'm deeply tied to my roots. 

Anyway, Ranjeet's bull5hit supposition that rural pendus are corrupted by urban Sikhs has been responded to. We all know rural apnay are perfectly capable of corrupting themselves without any sort of push from outside.  

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7 hours ago, DailyMail said:

It's interesting that you say this because our impression of North American Sikhs is that with the exception of asylum seekers from the post-'84 years, generally the auntie's and uncles all have a haircut and the kids have lost the plot.

It's true that the drinking culture in the UK Sikh community is crazy but North America has caught up.

i wouldn't neccesirally agree. My family came to Canada in the late 80s or early 90s. i was brought up with sikh morals but never got was steered towards amritdhari or orthodox path. my mom especially taught me about sikh ethics story of our gurus treating everyone equally, morals like no drinking no smoking treat every creature good. respect women

upon entering junior high i was shocked when i my family moved me from my public school to a private school which mad mostly apney. during the time i made friends with few apney i remmeber being asked if i was jatt i didnt know what that meant. i also was told that a girl like me and to me this was all foreign i replied innocently i dont date im punjabi  ahahaha. 

even going to SOME weddings of friends i have seen things that are messed up from the way the women dress to the antics but this is not really for all apneh. and i must note tht most apneh in canada r from punjab directly hardly any from africa here. most r rural sikhs from doaba or moga

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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

It has crossed my head several times, that he is everything that he actually complains about lol    but he doesnt realize it lol 

He also comes across as white washed, but that is seen alot in his generation but at the same time he moans about white people. 

He doesnt even keep his kesh does he?  But then moans about people not properly practicing Sikhi.  Lol 

He is a brown cockney chav. 

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22 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

So a person can be a hypocritical casteist, but keeping your kesh makes it alright? Or proclaim the greatness of a region, and how it 'saved' Sikh Panjab, whilst at the same time saying that the 'Sikhs' of the region have never been particularly 'religious'. That's not contradictory? What I'm complaining about are people trying to claim that they are some 'pillar' of the panth, who don't even believe in the basics regarding it's social vision. Keeping kesh and tying a dastaar just seems like the the donkey who Guru ji put a tiger skin upon, for such people. 

And I'm not whitewashed at all. You know that I'm deeply tied to my roots. 

Anyway, Ranjeet's bull5hit supposition that rural pendus are corrupted by urban Sikhs has been responded to. We all know rural apnay are perfectly capable of corrupting themselves without any sort of push from outside.  

 

31 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Now you're doing that weird Trump thing when repeating something often enough makes it true to your thick brain. Like your previous insistence that I was from Africa....lmao!!

 

You must be the descendant of the 'slow to learn' brigade:

 

And anyway, to counter your previous complete bollox, fictional account of negative trends permeating through to 'innocent and pure' (cough, cough!!) rural Sikhs. This is how it more realistically goes:

Jut Sikh>>Other Jut Sikhs>>Other nonJut Sikhs and even nonSikh Panjabis 

 

 

 

 

Well, seeing as we've been Sikh for centuries, and you know dasmesh pita has a strong history in the region. What does that mean?

Plus, let's keep it real, numerically you belong to a majority sullah biraderi - of which you are a Sikh minority.  And I bet your ancestor was a sullah. 

I am Jatt from Majha ,what caste are you from?

You must be from some lower strata of the varna system that is why you never say what you are. If you have nothing to be ashamed of, tell us what you are.

Like I said before you have an inferiority complex. 

 

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4 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

You must be from some lower strata of the varna system that is why you never say what you are. If you have nothing to be ashamed of, tell us what you are.

lower strate of the varna system?

Good god, what did i just read there? No wonder the Ravidasia community are pushing for caste discrimination to be part of the Equality Act 2000, because of uneducated Hindus like yourself.

Seriously, how did we end up with people like you? 

 

I'm being serious. How much did your RSS masters pay you to write such an anti-Sikh sentence? Crikey. We need another Singh Sabha movement and yes we have our work cut out if this is the crap we're dealing with.

 

This entire thread has turned into why rural Sikhs are specialists in Punjabiat and manu-smitri. There's no Sikhi there at all. Most of you are still confusing being a Punjabi and living the Sikh way of life. Being in touch with Punjab has got you guys no where in Sikhi - nowhere. You want to see a mona? Go to Punjab. You want to see a Singh? Go to Delhi, Jammu, Bangkok...I wonder why?! 

 

The love for Sikhi is clearly inversely proportional to being a Punjabi. Worked it out yet? No? Get your RSS masters to solve that one for you.

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Looking at those tweets, it's quite interesting to see where these tweeters come from.

The likes of joty kay and some of these other girls seem to come from Canada or parts of California. 

Seeing where the "woke" culture is in Canada and California it does not surprise me.

These girls are a reflection of the wider society that they live in.

Is it any wonder why people are leaving California in their droves. It is becoming a cesspool and these girls are brought up in it.

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5 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Looking at those tweets, it's quite interesting to see where these tweeters come from.

The likes of joty kay and some of these other girls seem to come from Canada or parts of California. 

Seeing where the "woke" culture is in Canada and California it does not surprise me.

These girls are a reflection of the wider society that they live in.

Is it any wonder why people are leaving California in their droves. It is becoming a cesspool and these girls are brought up in it.

pretty sure there all from califiornia and ones who behave like this in canada mostly come from BC. They r the cousins of the UK jatt sikhs so there is a connection mostly same surnames of women (Grewal, Dhaliwal, Gill etc) that get up to these sort of behaviours

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