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Farmer protest exposes anti Sikh nature of liberal Punjabi Hindus

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Did a quick check. There is approximately just over 40 percent of workforce in India is involved in Agriculture.

Compared to most western countries which is less than 5 percent. 

The first order effect is impacted hundreds of millions of people's livelihoods. 

The second order effect is the other industry sectors like distribution, wholesalers and finally retail. They will also be impacted.

This "reform" will have massive repercussions. 

 

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14 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

weirdest lie I have seen them spread is that Capt Amrinder Singhs Pakistani gf Arooza is behind this conspiracy to destabilize India.

The worrying thing is that millions of Indians probably believed that regardless of how ridiculous it sounded, they are so gullible, a bunch of sheep.  

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I am from a Hindu Punjabi family and I fully support the famers i even posted on my social media which i tend to avoid when it comes to political issues. Indian media has made its look like its Khalistan affiliated protest when its clearly not  . its famers all over India protesting against the bill. its important people do their own research into this matter rather then watching Indian news outlets which are heavily Pro Modi and right wing Hindu. 

as for Punjabu Hindu not all are the same , many will back the famers  and sikhs in general sadly they are some that see Modi as thier god and will fully back him no matter what.As for UK Hindu Punjabi's well they dont really care and they not be aware of the issue. 

Me: so what your take on the farmer Protest in India ?

UK HP: "bruv i know nothding about da protest  or India man. all i know is that sidhu Mooswala track was sik man? Bruah I know my roots man.

Me: emmm OK so your turning a blind eye to something that affects  your culture?e your motherland ? I dint thiink you know your roots? 

UK HP: what you mean bruv? they can come to England init and work here . man wants to see some peng gyals from the pind come over here  you get me. 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Did a quick check. There is approximately just over 40 percent of workforce in India is involved in Agriculture.

Compared to most western countries which is less than 5 percent. 

The first order effect is impacted hundreds of millions of people's livelihoods. 

The second order effect is the other industry sectors like distribution, wholesalers and finally retail. They will also be impacted.

This "reform" will have massive repercussions. 

 

It's going of be devastating, that's like 400 million people. So many people will be effected by this, farm labourers, cattle grazers, fish farmers, vegetable vendors, tribal communities, people who work in sugarcane mills and other agriculture related factories  etc  

When the recent floods happened in Punjab with the Bhakra dam, the people who were most effected were the poor from villages who work as labourers on the farms, I was watching interviews and they were saying they have no money now because the farms are covered in water so the farmers are not employing them to work in their fields.   

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When India needed the agricultural produce of the farmers to feed its people and not rely on imported food they created the MSP and forced the farmers to sell to the govt at a set price.  Now that India is a food surplus country and more food is grown than can be consumed they want to introduce the free market so that the govt does not have to buy excess produce which then needs to be stored. 

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On 12/1/2020 at 6:53 PM, puzzled said:

Got a feeling this isn't going to end well  😐     tensions are rising, think government is going to come back with force.

A lot of kisaan from West UP are trying to get into Delhi but they have been blocked.

Celebs like Sunny Deol, Hans Raj and Daler Mehndi support the bill, BJP sell outs. 

 

celebs are tawiafs by pesha anyhow who cares about them

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14 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Mr Bhangal gives quite a detailed explanation here. It's about an hour long and it has commercials you might want to skip:

 

I was looking for something like this to clarify a few issues.

Ultimately, it boils down to the parasitic middle man merchants who are cheating the farmers. It's always them, isn't it? 😅😁

Okay, so big picture: we know not all farmers are Sikhs, but a considerable portion are. If we're to operate on the assumption that this current problem is another chapter of the master plan to force Sikhs out of existence, is the government undertaking this action a way of making life difficult for Sikhs, forcing them out of farming, and thus out of India? Are other non-Sikh farmers collateral damage so that it doesn't seem like we're specifically being targeted? 

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47 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

I was looking for something like this to clarify a few issues.

Ultimately, it boils down to the parasitic middle man merchants who are cheating the farmers. It's always them, isn't it? 😅😁

Okay, so big picture: we know not all farmers are Sikhs, but a considerable portion are. If we're to operate on the assumption that this current problem is another chapter of the master plan to force Sikhs out of existence, is the government undertaking this action a way of making life difficult for Sikhs, forcing them out of farming, and thus out of India? Are other non-Sikh farmers collateral damage so that it doesn't seem like we're specifically being targeted? 

It does seem that being a Sikh is seen as a thorn by the Indian establishment. 

Getting rid of this "thorn" would make things easier for them to further their agenda. 

They know that Hindus and Muslims will not put up as much of a resistance. 

It seems as Sikhs we galvanise non-Sikhs. If Punjab leads, the others will follow. 

The Central Government knows it has to deal with the Punjab Problem (that is how they see it). They can focus on one state.

But what is Punjab's problem becomes Haryana's problem become's Rajasthan's problem becomes UP's problem becomes Bihar's problem becomes Tamil Nadu's problem.

There is a domino effect.

The Centre cannot deal with all these insurgencies all at once. 

If Punjab was Kirk Douglas, Haryana is Tony Curtis and Indian Govt  is Laurence Olivier and the other states were the other slaves:

 

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3 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

celebs are tawiafs by pesha anyhow who cares about them

That's very true, like that Kangna Raunat who is no more than a nachan wali, who tried degrading Punjabi bibis at the protest by saying they are at the protests because they've been offered 100 rupees each. A bit rich coming from someone who appears half naked for a living.

It's a well known fact that Kangna works for BJP. 

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I personally don't think these 3 bills are a attack on Sikhs, considering India's population is a billion, Sikhs probably make around 5% of Indias farmers, maybe even less. 

South Indian farmers from Tamilnadu and Karnataka have been protesting for years, last year or the year before 100s of farmers came to Delhi to protest wearing green and Banga Sahib Gurdwara offered them langar and shelter for weeks.

Around 10 months back there were more protests in the South.

Whats going to trigger the government is how Sikhs were the ones that took these protests to a whole new level and encouraged 100s of thousands of people from other states to join in. 

UP farmers at the protest were shouting slogans against the Yogi guy. UP is a BJP strong hold so this is not great for the BJP party. 

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7 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

It does seem that being a Sikh is seen as a thorn by the Indian establishment. 

Getting rid of this "thorn" would make things easier for them to further their agenda. 

They know that Hindus and Muslims will not put up as much of a resistance. 

It seems as Sikhs we galvanise non-Sikhs. If Punjab leads, the others will follow. 

The Central Government knows it has to deal with the Punjab Problem (that is how they see it). They can focus on one state.

But what is Punjab's problem becomes Haryana's problem become's Rajasthan's problem becomes UP's problem becomes Bihar's problem becomes Tamil Nadu's problem.

There is a domino effect.

The Centre cannot deal with all these insurgencies all at once. 

I think they may be banking on Sikh farmers chimping out, giving the government a pretence to get physical while simultaneously kicking the Khalistani propaganda into gear in the media in order to demonise Sikhs, and absolve themselves of any blame. We'll be put down like a lame puppy as a warning to the Rajasthanis, Biharis, and Tamils to behave themselves. As usual we'll get cucked while other Indian ethnicities watch on after having witnessed what's been done to us.

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23 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

I think they may be banking on Sikh farmers chimping out, giving the government a pretence to get physical while simultaneously kicking the Khalistani propaganda into gear in the media in order to demonise Sikhs, and absolve themselves of any blame. We'll be put down like a lame puppy as a warning to the Rajasthanis, Biharis, and Tamils to behave themselves. As usual we'll get cucked while other Indian ethnicities watch on after having witnessed what's been done to us.

They want to make an example of us.

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