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Unfortunately I think we will be seeing more beadbis happening because of the protests going on, the government will take advantage and try to stir things up.

A few days back some man threw himself on top of Guru Granth Sahib ji at Bangla Sahib while Ardaas was being done.

They are going to try to distract people and cause conflict. 

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18 minutes ago, puzzled said:

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Unfortunately I think we will be seeing more beadbis happening because of the protests going on, the government will take advantage and try to stir things up.

A few days back some man threw himself on top of Guru Granth Sahib ji at Bangla Sahib while Ardaas was being done.

They are going to try to distract people and cause conflict. 

The Indian establishment must have sleeper cells around the world, particularly in the diaspora to forment trouble.

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3 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

The Indian establishment must have sleeper cells around the world, particularly in the diaspora to forment trouble.

They definitely have representatives in the Western press. There's a few at the Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror, which is hilarious, because both are ideological opponents (DMail is right-wing whereas DMirror is left), yet they seem to have a commonality where anytime a Sikh doesn't follow the globalist, boot-licking script the barely concealed vitriol is plain to see. "Get back in your lane, and behave yourself, Sikhs" is the obvious subtext to their hit-pieces. 

I'd love to see the bank statements of some of these Western-based journalists. A few payments from Indian sources must be a regular occurrence.

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32 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

They definitely have representatives in the Western press. There's a few at the Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror, which is hilarious, because both are ideological opponents (DMail is right-wing whereas DMirror is left), yet they seem to have a commonality where anytime a Sikh doesn't follow the globalist, boot-licking script the barely concealed vitriol is plain to see. "Get back in your lane, and behave yourself, Sikhs" is the obvious subtext to their hit-pieces. 

I'd love to see the bank statements of some of these Western-based journalists. A few payments from Indian sources must be a regular occurrence.

I guess they are looking to cover their bases, lol.

Sikhi is clearly not liked by the globalists. 

Probably because we don't by nature tow the line.

There are things about us we don't see in ourselves that others see and it is threatening to them.

Though the media as we know it is a dying business. Less and less people believe anything they say.

Anyone with a phone can film things, put it on social media and it goes viral.

We are the media.

 

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3 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

There are things about us we don't see in ourselves that others see and it is threatening to them.

The more they impose their bastardised ideologies and beliefs onto ours, the more they're able to draw us away from the things that keep us awake to their deceptions. Once our beliefs are gradually modified so that they're virtually indistinguishable from theirs, they've captured our minds and our souls.

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10 hours ago, puzzled said:

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Unfortunately I think we will be seeing more beadbis happening because of the protests going on, the government will take advantage and try to stir things up.

A few days back some man threw himself on top of Guru Granth Sahib ji at Bangla Sahib while Ardaas was being done.

They are going to try to distract people and cause conflict. 

he just threw himself on tabiya saw the video then sewadars dragged his sorry 4ss away.

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6 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

he just threw himself on tabiya saw the video then sewadars dragged his sorry 4ss away.

I don't understand why they even called the authorities. They should have taken him in to an office and given him the 3rd degree right there and then.

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14 minutes ago, Koi said:

I don't understand why they even called the authorities. They should have taken him in to an office and given him the 3rd degree right there and then.

Even better if we were smart is find out who this guy is.

Do a trail on this guy, find out who he is associated with,  who is paying him to do beadbi. 

You open up his whole network. 

If it is discovered that his paymaster is some HP Sunyara that owns a jewelry store who came to Keneda from Delhi or Phagwara 10 years ago, you figure out who the instigators are. 

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