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10 hours ago, TigerForce1 said:

Maybe because Jats are the only remaining group who are still actively alpha amongst the Sikh community.  We could also ask why are Jats the only group to aggressively take on Delhi in the protests.  You can’t knock a group of people who still possess the hot blood needed to take risks.    

I think they might be desperate too. 

Some other Sikh subcommunities manage to negotiate the impact of modern times upon their livelihoods better?  Intelligence and inheriting more transferrable skills in a globalised and rapidly changing world. 

 

If they are so 'alpha' why are they copying other communities like that? I think they may look up to them in a beta male way?  

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How much steroids and coke do these jut peasants need to take to make them feel alpha????  hahahahahaaaa!

Don’t say that bro you’re gonna hurt feelings of a certain ‘DollySingh’.  He still a hasn’t got over when his tribe got told leave by a few Kaleh armed with only sticks and stones from ‘Wakanda’.  Suc

Maybe because Jats are the only remaining group who are still actively alpha amongst the Sikh community.  We could also ask why are Jats the only group to aggressively take on Delhi in the protests.  

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6 hours ago, TigerForce1 said:

It was and always has been those who are alpha that followed that line of work or gang culture.  I have never seen anyone who wears skinny jeans and speaks the Queens English engage in that lifestyle.  I have also never seen a Punjabi Shaheri Bhapa, Kenyan Tharkhan, Delhi and Bombay da Bhapa stand strong with any Morcha for Sikhi or Punjab.  Note that I did not mention Punjabi Tharkhan Sikhs or Majbi Sikhs, because they have given there fair share of heads.  It’s your struggles and  the people you look up to that make you Alpha not the latter that follows ie mindless violence and the crime.  Sometimes if channelled for the right reasons this can be a positive.

"I have also never seen a Punjabi Shaheri Bhapa, Kenyan Tharkhan, Delhi and Bombay da Bhapa stand strong with any Morcha for Sikhi or Punjab" - TigerForce1.

Who led the turban morcha in the UK which led to case law being redefined in the UK and stated that Sikhs are a separate ethnic group in the House of Lords? Outcome being that Sikh children were able to wear turbans in schools and the workplace. I give you a clue - it wasn't the "group" that form the numerical majority of the mona brigade aka so called alpha males. 

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The facts of the matter are, when the jatts were busy in the pubs and barbers, it fell upon non-jatts to fight every turban campaign in the UK. 

This forum seldom likes facts but hey ho, there you go.

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3 hours ago, DailyMail said:

"I have also never seen a Punjabi Shaheri Bhapa, Kenyan Tharkhan, Delhi and Bombay da Bhapa stand strong with any Morcha for Sikhi or Punjab" - TigerForce1.

Who led the turban morcha in the UK which led to case law being redefined in the UK and stated that Sikhs are a separate ethnic group in the House of Lords? Outcome being that Sikh children were able to wear turbans in schools and the workplace. I give you a clue - it wasn't the "group" that form the numerical majority of the mona brigade aka so called alpha males. 

Lol. So black people didnt beat you to... getting your status in the house of lords changed...wow..

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3 hours ago, DailyMail said:

The facts of the matter are, when the jatts were busy in the pubs and barbers, it fell upon non-jatts to fight every turban campaign in the UK. 

This forum seldom likes facts but hey ho, there you go.

Sup

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6 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

I think Jagsaw called it back in 2019:

 the white pale skinned man here playing at being a Sikh but, being a white man, possesses that inherent white trait of thinking he has the moral and intellectual high ground over you brown people - enough to lecture you on what you the brown people should be thinking.

I don’t know if this is true.

But I think Gurjant is generally very good on here and I like majority of his posts 


I think the history of (and ongoing ) racism in the states has been/is more extreme than what we are used to here and it’s why he is so passionate against it.

I agree with him, there are too many topics here where we are discussing race.

I can see that it’s causing a lot of disagreements.

I don’t think we are getting anywhere with these topics. 
 

better to focus on how we can be better and improve ourselves rather than knock down other groups. 

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8 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

I don’t know if this is true.

But I think Gurjant is generally very good on here and I like majority of his posts 


I think the history of (and ongoing ) racism in the states has been/is more extreme than what we are used to here and it’s why he is so passionate against it.

I agree with him, there are too many topics here where we are discussing race.

I can see that it’s causing a lot of disagreements.

I don’t think we are getting anywhere with these topics. 
 

better to focus on how we can be better and improve ourselves rather than knock down other groups. 

Amen. Some people only contribute to negative divisive threads, lie, then go dormant before stirring it up again. They also have zero integrity each rodeo. 

They never manage to criticize me for my valid faults only the ones they make up and they have no relationship to Gurmat or Gurbani nor can they or have they ever debated Sikhi with me only white supremacy. 

I thought the race problem was worst here in the us... having now talked to so many here and elsewhere from the uk....real mental corruption to be found. 

You think what's here is bad? Go to a forum about black issues and see how your euro friends post. I'd spit but it'd get on my own face and I don't like spitting. It's disgusting. 

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35 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

I don’t know if this is true.

But I think Gurjant is generally very good on here and I like majority of his posts 


I think the history of (and ongoing ) racism in the states has been/is more extreme than what we are used to here and it’s why he is so passionate against it.

I agree with him, there are too many topics here where we are discussing race.

I can see that it’s causing a lot of disagreements.

I don’t think we are getting anywhere with these topics. 
 

better to focus on how we can be better and improve ourselves rather than knock down other groups. 

I was not knocking any other group. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, DailyMail said:

The facts of the matter are, when the jatts were busy in the pubs and barbers, it fell upon non-jatts to fight every turban campaign in the UK. 

This forum seldom likes facts but hey ho, there you go.

Yes

Jatts are pathetic

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