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You mean like this.....

Every time i see her face and name just makes by skin crawl. Also most Indian immigrants are Panjabi. They're going to target Panjabis and exchange for South Indians. We are here and over there i

Wheguru je ka Khalsa Wheguru je ke Fateh Julie Hambelton is an independent candidate in today's votes. Has no political party links.   She fighting a case for justice for the 21 for the

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29 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

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. 

 

Even Bhai Jagraj Singh was saying the same thing in his last speech from Havelock Road Gurdwara (about the futility of the marches) - so it's not just me or you that feels thus. Plus, growing up in London, you get to know how politics runs here, and all the tricks, like they say about Chicago and how 'they do things differently here....', I think midlanders and northerners can be a bit naïve about how sly politics is here - and actually trust some of the crap that comes out of politicians mouths. Which makes us look weak.   

 I agree that if we don't get more creative, nothing will change. We don't get the same treatment as other groups for various reasons. No one would talk about banning a Palestine protest march or BLM. Go figure. 

 

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What are you thoughts on Sikh youth uk and NYSF? 

I don't know who the latter group is but I got respect for the former. They took up the mantle for this generation, and using social media in a very savvy way, got through to the Sikh masses in this country. Plus it confirmed to me (via Deepa Singh) that in the end, it's street guys who are the most clued up about exactly what the heck is going on at ground level.  The ahhhm bundhaa is like this (and wilfully too!)......

 

Scared Ostrich Burying its Head in Sand Concept' Photographic Print -  Andrey_Kuzmin | Art.com | Head in the sand, Animals, Ostriches

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57 minutes ago, kcmidlands said:

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:

 

Geezer that video was hilarious....never seen it before...lol

 

Boris Johnson gives ice cream in Cornwall a big thumbs up during visit -  Cornwall Live

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18 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

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'

 

 

Ah yes, the invisible, never seen, not at all feared Sikh terrorists. 

Tell them what ever budget that they think is sufficient, give it to me, and I'll promise the world freedom from Sikh terrorism. 

Solved. Gonna get some rest. After wiping out all that terror. 

They can thank me for my work in the form of cash, check, precious metals, stones, or amazon gift cards. 

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On 5/6/2021 at 3:34 PM, Hammertime007 said:

Would RSS accept Priti Patel, she is married to some fat bloke who looks like Uncle Festa from the Adam's family.

Yes, it would make her less likely to be into Indian politics in my mind. Rishi Sunak with his Indian wife would be more likely

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On 5/6/2021 at 4:13 PM, dallysingh101 said:

 

 

I don't know who the latter group is but I got respect for the former. 

 

 

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I don't know about Sikh youth UK..i think they have done good things, but they lack  ways of talking about some issues 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57109007

Labour has suspended Unite's assistant general secretary from the party after he tweeted that Home Secretary Priti Patel "should be deported". 

Howard Beckett tweeted the comment after two men were detained in an immigration van in Scotland.

The union official later apologised for the tweet, which has since been deleted, as well as to Ms Patel.

He wrote: "Priti Patel should be deported, not refugees. She can go along with anyone else who supports institutional racism. She is disgusting."

In a later apology posted on Twitter, he said: "My earlier tweet, deleted after half an hour, was never intended to be literal."

 

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On 5/6/2021 at 8:13 AM, dallysingh101 said:

Even Bhai Jagraj Singh was saying the same thing in his last speech from Havelock Road Gurdwara (about the futility of the marches)

We ain't talking, no more, and we ain't squashing <banned word filter activated> with po-po
And we ain't marching in the middle of the goddamn road
'Cause Martin got smoked

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2 hours ago, Premi5 said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57109007

Labour has suspended Unite's assistant general secretary from the party after he tweeted that Home Secretary Priti Patel "should be deported". 

Howard Beckett tweeted the comment after two men were detained in an immigration van in Scotland.

The union official later apologised for the tweet, which has since been deleted, as well as to Ms Patel.

He wrote: "Priti Patel should be deported, not refugees. She can go along with anyone else who supports institutional racism. She is disgusting."

In a later apology posted on Twitter, he said: "My earlier tweet, deleted after half an hour, was never intended to be literal."

 

Think he had it right the first time. 

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9 hours ago, Premi5 said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57109007

Labour has suspended Unite's assistant general secretary from the party after he tweeted that Home Secretary Priti Patel "should be deported". 

Howard Beckett tweeted the comment after two men were detained in an immigration van in Scotland.

The union official later apologised for the tweet, which has since been deleted, as well as to Ms Patel.

He wrote: "Priti Patel should be deported, not refugees. She can go along with anyone else who supports institutional racism. She is disgusting."

In a later apology posted on Twitter, he said: "My earlier tweet, deleted after half an hour, was never intended to be literal."

 

At least one of the guys (if not both) that were sprung from the van were apnay. Remember how we were talking about how she was going after faujis about a week ago. It's started, but the Scots have shown true heart and humanity.   

Akaal Purakh bless you people, with grace I hope you get to experience your freedom and sovereignty in my own life time, and remove the shackles that tie you to a degenerate, soulless race currently headed by a kutchy witch. How about you get rid of the rapist pedos in this country first b1tch?

Unite leadership hopeful accused of racism after calling for Home Secretary leave the

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THE Home Office asked a Scottish Sikh group to back moves to send people back to India two months ago, The National can reveal.

 

Director of Sikhs in Scotland Charandeep Singh was appalled by the request

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Director of Sikhs in Scotland Charandeep Singh was appalled by the request

The information comes as the groups says Indians in Scotland feel “targeted” by the department in the wake of two dawn raids carried out in Glasgow last week.

One of these was stopped after hundreds of people in Kenmure Street, Pollokshields, blockaded the removal van holding Sumit Sehdev and Lakhvir Singh, who have been in the UK for around a decade.

The other, which took place in Possilpark earlier that day and was revealed by the Sunday National, saw another Indian Sikh man taken for deportation after 16 years in Scotland.

The Home Office has refused to confirm or deny whether these dawn raids are related to a new deal struck with India, which will see the UK “speeding up the returns of overstayers” in return for accepting 3000 students per year on 24-month visas.

The deal was unveiled just two days before elections in Scotland, Wales and parts of England and Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, has called it “ground-breaking”, saying it will help her team carry out a “crackdown on those abusing our system”.

 

Asian Image: One of two men are released from the back of an Immigration Enforcement van accompanied by Mohammad Asif, director of the Afghan Human Rights Foundation, in Kenmure Street, Glasgow which is surrounded by protesters.                            Picture:

READ MORE: REVEALED: The Glasgow dawn raid the public did not witness

The National can reveal how officials sought to get a community advocacy group on board with its deportation agenda around two months ago.

Sikhs in Scotland says it was contacted about meeting with Home Office representatives over the UK’s voluntary returns programme, which sees people accept leaving the UK. It is targeted towards modern slavery victims, people who have overstayed their visa, whose asylum claims have been rejected or withdrawn or are in the UK “illegally” and assists them in leaving the UK – and bars them from coming back for up to 10 years, depending on the circumstances.

Charandeep Singh, director of Sikhs in Scotland, said: “We’ve been asked to meet with the Home Office team to learn more about this scheme and perhaps participate.

 

“We are certainly not going to be an accessory or a partner in this plan.

“We are certainly not going to be supporting them when we believe there’s a heavy-handed and targeted approach.

“We are taking a clear stance.”

According to the Migration Observatory at Oxford University, there were around 11,600 voluntary returns in 2019, each of which costs an average of £1000. Enforced returns cost around £15,000.

Most of those sent back voluntarily or deported – 21% of more than 19,000 – were from South Asian countries. Breaking that down further, Indian nationals were the biggest group at 11% – more than 2000 people. Only a quarter of people removed from the UK that year had been either convicted in the UK of any criminal offence or of a serious crime abroad.

Until 2012, foreign nationals who had lived in the UK continuously for 14 years could apply for a settlement visa, but that’s now changed to 20 years. The previous rule would have covered the 48-year-old man who was taken from his bed at a homeless centre on Thursday morning.

He has been in Scotland since 2005 and was in the process of submitting a fresh asylum claim on the grounds of political persecution when he was detained. His solicitor Denize Okan of law firm McGlashan MacKay is fighting his case. Meanwhile, the Kenmure Street men have also secured legal representation.

Sikhs in Scotland is also “fast-tracking” plans to recruit legal experts to provide immigration advice and caseworkers to give welfare support. Its first clients will include three families whose asylum claims have been successful. However, it says undue consideration is given to what it calls growing concerns over human rights abuse in India.

Singh said: “If you are a Sikh from Afghanistan you have a more simple route to claim asylum in the UK.

“Those who are from India don’t as it is deemed to be a country with a good human rights record.”

He went on: “We do feel that the Indian community is being targeted. That sense was always there but last week’s actions have confirmed that for us all. That has particularly grave consequences for individuals.

READ MORE: Why the timing of return of Home Office dawn raids is no coincidence

“We have not been consulted on the new agreement, we have not been consulted about the process or implementation. It affects our community, it affects our neighbours. The community is not happy with the situation.

“The Sikh community has gone above and beyond in terms of contributing to the country through the pandemic in particular. Many of us feel let down. We have got to fight back.”

The Home Office said: “The National Community Engagement Team works with groups across the UK to signpost communities to accurate advice and guidance so they can support individuals with irregular immigration status to make informed decisions to resolve their status. This includes informing them of the opportunities to regularise stay, to voluntary return and reintegration support where appropriate.

“The UK Government continues to tackle illegal migration and the harm it causes, often to the most vulnerable people. We are bringing forward a New Plan for Immigration that is fair but firm, will stop abuse of the system and expedite the removal of those who have no right to be here.”

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