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8 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

They probably going to win more seats than ever before. 

Jeremy really messed up labour party didn't like this far-left policies and too much pandering  even though its been f'd since tony blair.  Conservatives took advantage and took the 'brown token' faces to be conservatives Rishi Patels and more to come. Jeez if sohal wins, Sikhs are in danger. Serious danger.

Vaheguru mehar kare 🙏

 

 

 

Corbyn messed up the Labour party but at least he had the courage of his convictions, he stood his ground, Starmer's literally done nothing, forget walking the walk he's hot eve talked the talk and now they stand to loose seats to a Tory party who have ended up killing people during the pandemic because of indecision and corruption.

Yeah, Sohal, he loves to run his mouth, he's not getting any love on twitter, he's managed to alienate the very people he's meant to be representing, the problem is there's a very high chance he may win, he's been targeting area's that are traditional Tory strongholds (Sutton Coldfield, Solihull), our lot will see the turban and go and vote for him without knowing what they're actually voting for, god help us.

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5 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Speaking of which, make sure you all vote for Khan....(don't like his policies at all) but Shaun slipped said he was going to ban 'Sikh protests' and later took his statement back..

Politics is choosing between less of evil lol

This being said: I'm not remotely keen on 'Sikh protests' myself. I've been to a few, including the first Hyde Park one for 84. 

From what I've seen they don't actually get anything achieved apart from giving people from up north or the midlands a day out in central London. 

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1 hour ago, kcmidlands said:

Corbyn messed up the Labour party but at least he had the courage of his convictions, he stood his ground, Starmer's literally done nothing, forget walking the walk he's hot eve talked the talk and now they stand to loose seats to a Tory party who have ended up killing people during the pandemic because of indecision and corruption.

Yeah, Sohal, he loves to run his mouth, he's not getting any love on twitter, he's managed to alienate the very people he's meant to be representing, the problem is there's a very high chance he may win, he's been targeting area's that are traditional Tory strongholds (Sutton Coldfield, Solihull), our lot will see the turban and go and vote for him without knowing what they're actually voting for, god help us.

I think Corbyn demoting one of his own female councilors (Sarah Champion), because she dared to speak up about pak grooming in her constituency said it all. I come from a traditionally Labour supporting background but after the international havoc created by Blair and his American puppet master, I went right off that. That isn't to say that the Tories weren't keen as hell to jump into those wars as well btw. 

Honestly speaking, I think the pandemic has been handled quite well in the UK, despite continual attempts by Tories to racialise it.

If we are going to get into the matter of apnay's political donutery, especially in relation to angreezis, that's a whole subject in itself, spanning centuries.........   apnay blokes can be as gullible as hell. Which is surprising because normally chors and hairaa feerhee karan walay are usually quite good at recognising other people who operate along these lines??? But with too many apnay, they seem to seriously think chunnhnah shines out of angreezis bhund. lol

 

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50 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

If we are going to get into the matter of apnay's political donutery, especially in relation to angreezis, that's a whole subject in itself, spanning centuries.........   apnay blokes can be as gullible a hell. Which is surprising because normally chors and hairaa feerhee karan walay are usually quite good at recognising other people who operate along these lines??? But with too many apnay, they seem to seriously think chunnhnah shines out of angreezis bhund. lol

 

You mean like this.....

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7 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Speaking of which, make sure you all vote for Khan....(don't like his policies at all) but Shaun slipped said he was going to ban 'Sikh protests' and later took his statement back..

Politics is choosing between less of evil lol

And you know for sure Khan won't do same ?

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20 minutes ago, kcmidlands said:

You mean like this.....

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Nah, I think this geezer knows exactly what he is doing. He's pandering to sentiments he knows exist, and also jumping into a vacant position of chumcha that'll be very rewarding for him - like it is for Patel and Rishi. 

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16 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Nah, I think this geezer knows exactly what he is doing. He's pandering to sentiments he knows exist, and also jumping into a vacant position of chumcha that'll be very rewarding for him - like it is for Patel and Rishi. 

Oh god, i agree, he's not an <banned word filter activated>, he knows exactly what he's doing it just the picture, who the hell take a picture holding both thumbs up anymore, it reminded me of this:

 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

This being said: I'm not remotely keen on 'Sikh protests' myself. I've been to a few, including the first Hyde Park one for 84. 

From what I've seen they don't actually get anything achieved apart from giving people from up north or the midlands a day out in central London. 

i meant to say the 'farmers protest' is what bailey was referring to when he was talking to Indian high commissions and then backtracked lol

and sheeeeshhhh apne are not going to like what you said...and get triggered...you are bang on...not only those protests have not achieved nothing, also they spent a lot of money too. How about that money goes to those Shaheed families esp their kids who stricken in poverty. Put them in education put them through law school so they can fight for justice the 'lawful' way likes of HS Phoolka..

...But why think like that...lets continuing doing same thing again and again and complain about same issues day in and day out. 

What are you thoughts on Sikh youth uk and NYSF?

 

 

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2 hours ago, kcmidlands said:

Corbyn messed up the Labour party but at least he had the courage of his convictions, he stood his ground, Starmer's literally done nothing, forget walking the walk he's hot eve talked the talk and now they stand to loose seats to a Tory party who have ended up killing people during the pandemic because of indecision and corruption.

Yeah, Sohal, he loves to run his mouth, he's not getting any love on twitter, he's managed to alienate the very people he's meant to be representing, the problem is there's a very high chance he may win, he's been targeting area's that are traditional Tory strongholds (Sutton Coldfield, Solihull), our lot will see the turban and go and vote for him without knowing what they're actually voting for, god help us.

I don't give damn about politics anymore just waste of time but i HATE conservatives full of rss stooges. 

Sohal also mentioned he is going to crack down on 'Sikh terrorism'...they say hes 'kps gill' of UK...it will be really scary if he wins.....just imagine the gloating from hindus rss everytime they crack down 'Sikh terrorists'

 

 

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37 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Nah, I think this geezer knows exactly what he is doing. He's pandering to sentiments he knows exist, and also jumping into a vacant position of chumcha that'll be very rewarding for him - like it is for Patel and Rishi. 

Have you seen Amandeep Bhogal lol

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44 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

And you know for sure Khan won't do same ?

No he's Pakistani and himself allowed Kashmiri protests ...

(I hope not but when it comes to Sikhs they all same team)

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4 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

No he's Pakistani and himself allowed Kashmiri protests ...

(I hope not but when it comes to Sikhs they all same team)

Also Muslims are getting lynched in India so why would he throw us under the bus?

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