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19 hours ago, KingTarunjot said:

Yeah there were amrit sanchar ceremonies and lots of non-sikhs saw the bravery of sikhs and got inspired since there was lectures, sikh ithias books etc. handed out to kissans for free but commie leaders were against this at the start but started using their brain(and worked out that creating divide between kissans is detreimental to us) and have stopped speaking against sikhi.

who are these commie leaders?

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On 3/9/2021 at 2:57 PM, californiasardar1 said:

I have noticed that many (maybe even a majority) of Canadian Sikhs try to speak the way American Blacks are stereotyped to speak. This is also true for many "famous" Canadian Sikhs (think of "superwoman" and other various youtube "stars") .

 

Why do they do this? American Sikhs know how ridiculous and absurd it would look for them to go around talking in such a way. I don't understand why Canadians do this.

 

Maybe because Canada doesn't have any real "hoods," they think attempting to sound like you are from the "hood" is cool, and they know nobody will call them out on it?

Maybe Canadians are in general so used to not having their own identity and living vicariously through others that they think it's natural to shamelessly imitate other people?

Maybe most Canadians are just corny?

"Canada doesn't have any real hoods"

Canada is filled with hoods and gang based violence since the 1980s, there are many crip and blood sets throughout this city, a lot of shootings and deaths as well, the homicide rate surpassed New York and London, 500+ shootings, however the murder rate is low since the shooters can't aim.

Punjabis in Canada are usually from low-income communities, and many of us are gangsters in Canada, and are into drug-trafficking, if you look into BC, Surrey, and Abbotsford you'll find many Indo-Canadian Organized Crime groups that also work with black street gangs throughout the city, infact crime is dominated by indians in Canada.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-Canadian_organized_crime

https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/vancouver-news/six-wanted-38-charges-laid-in-drug-trafficking-investigation-related-to-brothers-keepers-3763250

https://vancouversun.com/news/task-force-targeting-brothers-keepers-gang-has-reduced-violence-police-say

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/fatal-flashpoint-gurmit-dhaks-2010-murder-ignited-a-gang-war-thats-still-raging

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/more-than-25-people-charged-in-ontario-after-international-drug-trafficking-network-dismantled-by-police-1.5393133

 

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25 minutes ago, KhalistanYouth said:

"Canada doesn't have any real hoods"

Canada is filled with hoods and gang based violence since the 1980s, there are many crip and blood sets throughout this city, a lot of shootings and deaths as well, the homicide rate surpassed New York and London, 500+ shootings, however the murder rate is low since the shooters can't aim.

Punjabis in Canada are usually from low-income communities, and many of us are gangsters in Canada, and are into drug-trafficking, if you look into BC, Surrey, and Abbotsford you'll find many Indo-Canadian Organized Crime groups that also work with black street gangs throughout the city, infact crime is dominated by indians in Canada.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-Canadian_organized_crime

https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/vancouver-news/six-wanted-38-charges-laid-in-drug-trafficking-investigation-related-to-brothers-keepers-3763250

https://vancouversun.com/news/task-force-targeting-brothers-keepers-gang-has-reduced-violence-police-say

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/fatal-flashpoint-gurmit-dhaks-2010-murder-ignited-a-gang-war-thats-still-raging

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/more-than-25-people-charged-in-ontario-after-international-drug-trafficking-network-dismantled-by-police-1.5393133

 

Makes me feel real proud..........lol

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Just now, dallysingh101 said:

Makes me feel real proud..........lol

A lot of the punjabi men glamorize the lifestyle and youth get drawn into it, they look up to Bindy Johal as a hero and this influences their actions, including punjabi-gangster rap, and toronto culture interwined with Jatt culture or pride.

 

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2 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Makes me feel real proud..........lol

They aren't sikhs but they admire their religion, kinda twisted.

Due to this though, sikhs aren't being targeted for hate-crimes etc because they know repercussions will happen.

Some black youth were making fun of a elderly sikh man, and a couple days later all the sikh youth clowned the black youth on camera and slapped him up.

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4 minutes ago, KhalistanYouth said:

A lot of the punjabi men glamorize the lifestyle and youth get drawn into it, they look up to Bindy Johal as a hero and this influences their actions, including punjabi-gangster rap, and toronto culture interwined with Jatt culture or pride.

 

 

2 minutes ago, KhalistanYouth said:

They aren't sikhs but they admire their religion, kinda twisted.

Due to this though, sikhs aren't being targeted for hate-crimes etc because they know repercussions will happen.

Some black youth were making fun of a elderly sikh man, and a couple days later all the sikh youth clowned the black youth on camera and slapped him up.

Nah, I get it. I grew up in skinhead infested territory. It was 'gang' types that fought them, and f**ked them over, making it safe for people on street. 

Still, these guys weren't angels and could do really bad stuff to vulnerable members of their own community. That's how it goes. 

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