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Farmer protest exposes anti Sikh nature of liberal Punjabi Hindus

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49 minutes ago, Punjabiwolves said:

While i fully support the farmers of India Ido think the London protest went out of hand and lost its meaning

 

1) The UK is has just come out of lockdown infection rates and deaths  are still high  and protest should only happen if social distancing is possible.  In this protest social distancing went out the window and some were not even  wearing masks. this will only drive Covid 19 infection rates and  could be in lockdown once again. 

2) why the need for sports cars ? why block the roads?  I dont see Farmers of India driving in sports cars while doing farming . These Uk punjabis are just showing off their wealth  of acting like road mans. stay humble man. 

3) why flares? it makes them look like football fans. 

4) Khalistan really? this farming protest has nothing do with Khalistan. The whole of India is supporting this Farming protest from Punjab right down to Tamil Nadu. Hindu ,Sikhs, Muslims Christians Buddist  etc were in to together  Please dont distort this protest .

5) some of these protesters have not even stepped foot in Punjab and cant even speak Punjabi yet the go to these protest and Chant Khalistan Zindabad while acting like road mans. get out of here. 

6) In the video you can see a few wearing Canda goose coats which are £10000 Coats are which made from animal fur which  contradicts Sikhism. 

 

 

Yh the cars were a bit much lol   I get why they behaved like "roadmen", some policemen do get really cocky and start pushing their weight around. 

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Someone who works for the police got caught with two bags of alcohol, he wasn't wearing uniform, I'm guessing he was going to hand alcohol out to the protesters to give the protests a bad image.

All this stuff, sending girls there at night, handing out alcohol etc is obviously being done to give the protestors a bad image and change the nature of the protests. The sarkar will do anything to make the protestors look bad. Protestors are aware that there are people among them dressed like the protestors but have been sent by agencies to ruin the atmosphere and create problems. 

 

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https://www.instagram.com/tv/CIe65c4gMfk/?igshid=1pn7tz6txkucq

The Bollywood Jetset are remarkably quiet, though I prefer they don't virtual signal. Probably because they all worship their god Ambani.

The Urban HP Khatri does miraculously discover their Punjabi roots, it's almost as it's like a switch you can turn on and off. Go figure!

 

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On 12/7/2020 at 8:43 PM, Punjabiwolves said:

 

6) In the video you can see a few wearing Canda goose coats which are £10000 Coats are which made from animal fur which  contradicts Sikhism. 

it does? that is news to me. 😅

sikh Sants and mahapurash are often drawn sitting on tiger or lion skin mats.

Are the goatskin tablas and nagaras used by sikhs and Singhs also contradictory to sikhi? 

I think calling sikhi as sikhism is also contradictory to sikhi  😂

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Who is this baba? never seen him b4, a lot of babeh turning up at the protests.

 

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Now the Urban  Hindu Elite are blaming things on Pakistan or China or Naxalites or Communists. 

They blame everyone else without looking closer to home.

It is interesting the Urbanites who know nothing about growing food are telling people who work on the land what is good for them.

 

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23 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Now the Urban  Hindu Elite are blaming things on Pakistan or China or Naxalites or Communists. 

They blame everyone else without looking closer to home.

It is interesting the Urbanites who know nothing about growing food are telling people who work on the land what is good for them.

Interesting how India's ruling adminisitration under Modi is adopting disinformation / blame-game tactics similar to the West, i.e. "Russia hacked the 2016 U.S. Election & Brexit". They know their loyal supporters are going to run with this narrative who don't want their "own" side to be exposed or attacked. India has always played the Pakistani boogey-man tactics, but it's now expanding its horizons, lol, by dragging China and others into the mix. It would be inaccurate to say that Pakistan and China don't play geo-political games on the sly, but India has an unknowingly revealing habit of going very hard on an external (to the Indian establishment) threat precisely when it knows that it has itself to blame. If they were playing poker, this would be their "tell" which would give them away.

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25 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

 

Watch this

He was killed.......they are framing Sikhs like they did in 80's 90s plan to kill them off

 

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3 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Watch this

He was killed.......they are framing Sikhs like they did in 80's 90s plan to kill them off

 

I found it really odd when I heard the news. Sants of the past have always talked about accepting hukam and never condoned suicide. Something has to be up. 

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4 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

 

personally think he didn't but was killed to disrupt honsla of sikhs , and disrupt the sewa ... no gurbani follower could kill themselves ... I mean you really believe he had a gun on him to do this ?

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4 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

personally think he didn't but was killed to disrupt honsla of sikhs , and disrupt the sewa ... no gurbani follower could kill themselves ... I mean you really believe he had a gun on him to do this ?

First thing that came to my mind. It just doesn't seem right. 

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