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In this debate which was suppose to be about farmer protests in Delhi this journalist who is a known liberal Hindu of Punjabi background exposes her anti Sikh sentiments. Her name is Barkha Dutt. Just like other liberal Hindus like Shekhar Gupta who displays his genocidal pulse by praising mass murderers like KPS Gill and Gen Brar, she also insists that Deep Sidhu must call Sant Bhindrawale a terrorist in order for her to carry on this conversation. She repeatedly cuts him off, doesn't even allow him to finish his point. While most of us associate only right wing RSS type Hindus to be anti Sikh but these far left liberal Hindus are even worse in some aspects. They (liberal Hindus) have no problem with supporting Muslims or Christians but deep inside they hate Sikhs when Sikhs ask for their rights. 

Far left leaning Liberal Hindus should not be confused with average Hindus who don't really care about far left or right wing ideologies. But these far leftists should be identified. Sikh scholar Ajmer Singh is probably the only Sikh vidhvaan to identify these far leftist Hindus as being anti Sikh.

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3 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

In this debate which was suppose to be about farmer protests in Delhi this journalist who is a known liberal Hindu of Punjabi background exposes her anti Sikh sentiments. Her name is Barkha Dutt. Just like other liberal Hindus like Shekhar Gupta who displays his genocidal pulse by praising mass murderers like KPS Gill and Gen Brar, she also insists that Deep Sidhu must call Sant Bhindrawale a terrorist in order for her to carry on this conversation. She repeatedly cuts him off, doesn't even allow him to finish his point. While most of us associate only right wing RSS type Hindus to be anti Sikh but these far left liberal Hindus are even worse in some aspects. They (liberal Hindus) have no problem with supporting Muslims or Christians but deep inside they hate Sikhs when Sikhs ask for their rights. 

Far left leaning Liberal Hindus should not be confused with average Hindus who don't really care about far left or right wing ideologies. But these far leftists should be identified. Sikh scholar Ajmer Singh is probably the only Sikh vidhvaan to identify these far leftist Hindus as being anti Sikh.

I am quite aware of Barkha Dutt. 

She is hated by Hindus and seen as Anti-Indian. She is very sympathetic to Kashmiri Muslim causes and was said to give away Indian positions during the Kargil War. Her political stance has always been more Pro Pakistan.

They (Hindus) call her a presstitute.

She has the gall to call Bindrawale a terrorist whilst mixing and mingling with Pakistani supporters of separation of her beloved India and that includes Islamic terrorists. 

The liberal Urban elite Hindu is very different from the average Hindu. The average Hindu hates these "liberal" types. 

This particular type of McCauliyite Hindu allowed the British Raj to happen, were the dhimmis that worked in the Mughal administration and were the Jai Chand types that sided with Ghori over Pritviraj Chauhan. They in their post-partition avatar are representative to globalist interests. 

Might I also add, we need to cool, calm, rational Sikhs like Deep Sidhu. I think that we have a reputation of being hot headed but Barkha like a lot of these "liberal" types had no real answer to what he said.

It is very easy to push their buttons.

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11 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

I am quite aware of Barkha Dutt. 

She is hated by Hindus and seen as Anti-Indian. She is very sympathetic to Kashmiri Muslim causes and was said to give away Indian positions during the Kargil War. Her political stance has always been more Pro Pakistan.

They (Hindus) call her a presstitute.

She has the gall to call Bindrawale a terrorist whilst mixing and mingling with Pakistani supporters of separation of her beloved India and that includes Islamic terrorists. 

The liberal Urban elite Hindu is very different from the average Hindu. The average Hindu hates these "liberal" types. 

This particular type of McCauliyite Hindu allowed the British Raj to happen, were the dhimmis that worked in the Mughal administration and were the Jai Chand types that sided with Ghori over Pritviraj Chauhan. They in their post-partition avatar are representative to globalist interests. 

Might I also add, we need to cool, calm, rational Sikhs like Deep Sidhu. I think that we have a reputation of being hot headed but Barkha like a lot of these "liberal" types had no real answer to what he said.

It is very easy to push their buttons.

She is the Congress version of Arnab Goswami and very pro Muslim.

If anyone asks you to say Bhindranwale was a terrorist ask them to first say Indira Gandhi was a terrorist.

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Don't like that woman, very snobby and opinionated and forceful in her interviews, which seems to be the standard in leftist journalism these days. She's a feminist which might explain her behaviour. 

I think she said she's an atheist in her Sadhguru interview. 

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Was watching a interview of a few farmers from West UP and they said its been 3 years and the sugar mill still hasn't paid them for their sugar cane, how ridiculous is that.

Ravneet Bittu apparently turned up at the protests and he got chased away by everyone. 

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This farmer protest has done one thing, it has exposed right wing Modi media. How they are all trying very hard to portray this farmer protest as a Khalistani protest even though Hindu farmers from Haryana and western UP are involved too. But still they spread their propaganda because one random Punjabi farmer said something along the lines that "we got rid of Indira Gandhi then who is Modi". And they are showing that same video all over on repeat. It's shameless to say the least. At least be honest. They are not even discussing the issue and are just repeating the "this protest is being led by khalistani terrorists" point.

How does one even discuss an issue when the government and their blind followers are so dishonest.

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BBC seem to have waded into the propaganda war against farmers by deviously implying that any overarching action carried out against farmers by the government is as a result of farmer malpractice and ignorance on their part. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-54930380

We have NO friends on either side of the dialectic. It's either follow either narrative or you're the enemy. Look how quick and easy it is to discredit the concerns of one group with one news article on a reputable news site. 

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Jonny101 said:

This farmer protest is done one thing, it has exposed right wing Modi media. How they are all trying very hard to portray this farmer protest as a Khalistani protest even though Hindu farmers from Haryana and western UP are involved too. But still they spread their propaganda because one random Punjabi farmer said something along the lines that "we got rid of Indira Gandhi then who is Modi". And they are showing that same video all over on repeat. It's shameless to say the least. At least be honest. They are not even discussing the issue and are just repeating the "this protest is being led by khalistani terrorists" point.

How does one even discuss an issue when the government and their blind followers are so dishonest.

We should be smart enough to not fall into this trap. I, as an NRI realise the India media are looking for any opportunity to defame us, so why not those people who've actually suffered at the government's hands be careful with their words? We can't keep being setup like this, fall into the trap baited for us, and then get upset about it. Keep Indira out of it. Stick to farming talking points. They want us to clown ourselves, and we do it every time. This hot tempered bravado is present in nearly every Sikh, lol, but it needs to be controlled.

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

We should be smart enough to not fall into this trap. I, as an NRI realise the India media are looking for any opportunity to defame us, so why not those people who've actually suffered at the government's hands be careful with their words? We can't keep being setup like this, fall into the trap baited for us, and then get upset about it. Keep Indira out of it. Stick to farming talking points. They want us to clown ourselves, and we do it every time. This hot tempered bravado is present in nearly every Sikh, lol, but it needs to be controlled.

That's just the thing. Sometimes our own people get into Josh and don't think before speaking. Now the state media is using this same video to discredit these farmers. But it's real low level dishonesty on the part of right wing Hindus to discredit genuine concerns of farmers by using lies and half truths. It's because of things like this that they push Sikhs into the arms of Muslims and then they blame ISI and Pakistanis for misguiding Sikhs.

Let's just hope that Modi does the smart thing and listens to the concerns of the farmers, but that seems too far fetched. 

As for the original video, Barkha Dutt really got triggered when Deep Sidhu used the term state terrorism. She acknowledges wrongs being done to Muslims by the state but doesn't want to acknowledge state terrorism that was done to the Sikhs that is well documented by all human rights organizations. They're not even open to the discussion as you can clearly see.

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

We should be smart enough to not fall into this trap. I, as an NRI realise the India media are looking for any opportunity to defame us, so why not those people who've actually suffered at the government's hands be careful with their words? We can't keep being setup like this, fall into the trap baited for us, and then get upset about it. Keep Indira out of it. Stick to farming talking points. They want us to clown ourselves, and we do it every time. This hot tempered bravado is present in nearly every Sikh, lol, but it needs to be controlled.

Yeah, they exploited the fact that maybe a few people distributed laddoos in Southall on Indira's demise, to help whip up a frenzy in Delhi. Our lot need to be more astute than this.  

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On the interview, Barkha Dutt mentions that she is Punjabi,  but Deep Sidhu basically told her that she does not know the ground realities of Punjab as a Delhite. 

Then she tried to emphasise her credentials. 

Deep Sidhu's polite retort was to kind of say ," You have no idea what you are talking about"

I can't understand these types. They suddenly remember their Punjabi roots when it suits them.

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How many of you people are really from a Farmer's Family?

 

And someone up above said Farmers aren't getting paid for months from Sugar Mills, So have you read the Bill which is creating so much mess? I guess nope. Cus if you have done that you would have known that that Bill gives the power to Farmer to sue the buyer if he doesn't pay on TIME. and the SDM of that area have to make sure the farmer got his payments within 30 days of filing a complain. So how is this bill anti-farmer if it helps Farmer to get his payments on time?

 

Now someone said, On which instance that <banned word filter activated> whoever his name is right?

In which sense you find it right of Sikhs to demand a Separate Nation?

Have Guru Gobind Singh demanded it? Is it written in Guru Granth Sahib? 

 

On which basis ANYONE CAN DEMAND A SEPARATE NATION???

 

Like seriously guys?

 

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I've watched many videos from the protest and they do seem to know that they need to choose their words wisely. When ever one is about to go off on one the others intervene and correct him. 

You can see @3:34 the guy in the black pagh was about to diss the Delhi police but then the mona guy in the blue coat changes the direction the convo was heading lol          but these little slips will be used by the media. 

Being sweet, agreeing even if you don't agree to get what you want is quite an Indian thing to do. 

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1 hour ago, Ranjeet01 said:

They suddenly remember their Punjabi roots when it suits them.

That probably goes for most Hindus with Punjabi roots living outside of Punjab. The Bollywood actors now and then remember that they are Punjabi as well when they need to appeal to the Punjabi audience during film promotions. 

Politicians do the same as well in the West. Kamala Harris shifts between American, Black and Indian lol 

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One thing I’ve seen amongst the old and young alike is their fierce loyalty for Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s SIkhi alive and well, regardless of their degree of outer appearance. You see so many young leaders full of warrior spirit and total allegiance to Sikhi. The future of Punjab is our collective future, no matter where is the world we currently call home. There is something in the land that continues to produce this type of rebellious spirit. Lets pray to Guru Nanak Dev Ji maharaj to protect our bazurgs and youth camped out in delhi under God knows what kind of difficult conditions.   

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