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20 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 was surprised that they still has some fight in them, after watching videos of the recent protests. I had the impression that after the 80/90s that fighting spirit died.

It's a good thing. I think a gym should open in every pind and wrestling/kabaddi should be encouraged.

After seeing the videos of the protests, there is some hope, because unfortunately I think we're heading towards another very dark period under the Indian government. Its worrying. 

The future seems very uncertain, but they're gnna need that fight. 

 

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20 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Careful. queen's english only, post imperialization Bhenji. It's the only master-authorized lingo. You don't want to offend the priorityless . 

I mean why focus on something important or unoffensive?

Topic of this thread should be "Why do so many Sikhs speak english?".

give it a few years and everyone will be speaking punjabi in Uk ...

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11 hours ago, Premi5 said:

 

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. 
 

 

I think we are getting somewhere. 

We are clearly seeing how hordes of apnay aren't interested in racism until it affects them. And that other communities do an infinitely better job of confronting white supremacism than Sikhs - many of whom seem to have beta-maled themselves to goray. 

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9 hours ago, TigerForce1 said:

Yeh they did!  Some by starching and ironing their turbans to the point they no longer resembled turbans, but more like hard hats.  Some also pushed a fashion where shaving and shaping their beards whilst wearing tiny turbans became the norm and being Sabat Soorat was considered backward.  Some also abandoned their motherland and replaced it by calling a African imperial colony their home.  Some of them also built the first Gurdwaras exclusively to serve and be run by certain surnames.  Some of their children are also championing the LGBT movement in the UK and dress like fudoos.  I could go on all day but that would make me become you.  
 

 

Knock yourself out.

Nothing will detract from the fact that the vast majority of murdering rapists who attacked the Khalistani lehar were............yeah you guessed it...sick sadistic peasant beta males, who'd do anything for a few rupees, including a genocide on their own kind. Alpha males my bhund! lol! 

These people are so beta, you can actually come into their land, steal all the resources, put them to work like b1tches, and even arm them (????) - and make them fight your battles abroad for a few rupees that you stole off them in the first place. And it would never occur to these beta male pu55ies to fight back, even though they outnumbered the colonisers and were armed - that's how docile these 'alpha' males are. That's a level of stupidity that's rare to find in humans......phew 

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