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Canadian legal backdrop and political climate is perfect for it. Nail him for it all. 

Canada has the individual and group Sangat to do it. The money to do it. Sue this low life and take all his money. Make money putting down this clown. 

Send a message to the whole world and get this narrative straight. Do it as loudly and publically as possible. The point isn't just to beat his <banned word filter activated> in court and take that hate money, but to humiliate him first and humiliate their narrative so bad nobody will repeat it. 

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27 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Canadian legal backdrop and political climate is perfect for it. Nail him for it all. 

Canada has the individual and group Sangat to do it. The money to do it. Sue this low life and take all his money. Make money putting down this clown. 

Send a message to the whole world and get this narrative straight. Do it as loudly and publically as possible. The point isn't just to beat his <banned word filter activated> in court and take that hate money, but to humiliate him first and humiliate their narrative so bad nobody will repeat it. 

Not sure bro. India and Hindu groups cunning tactical powerful groups. They do this to gaslight Sikhs  so they're always seen in the fringe and remained as 'Terriotsts'...They have powerful lobbies out there. Also they been doing this for years.

Also look at state of India..They're begging Africa countries for donation's 

Nevertheless, they ran a huge campaign against Jagmeet remember and he still won. Truth will always prevail and people can see the truth. This is why we need to become $$$  powerful in West...learn to swim with the sharks then against it...and spread Sikhi....

You seen what's happening with social media censorship and India..thats how powerful they are. 

This would NEVER happen to Jews for an example. 

Really important to use this as motivation to succeed truth always prevails 

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21 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Not sure bro. India and Hindu groups cunning tactical powerful groups. They do this to gaslight Sikhs  so they're always seen in the fringe and remained as 'Terriotsts'...They have powerful lobbies out there. Also they been doing this for years.

Also look at state of India..They're begging Africa countries for donation's 

Nevertheless, they ran a huge campaign against Jagmeet remember and he still won. Truth will always prevail and people can see the truth. This is why we need to become $$$  powerful in West...learn to swim with the sharks then against it...and spread Sikhi....

You seen what's happening with social media censorship and India..thats how powerful they are. 

This would NEVER happen to Jews for an example. 

Really important to use this as motivation to succeed truth always prevails 

You can't emulate the jewish. They most likely own the media that published that book. The author may be one. Jewish people are not Jacobites. If you want to emulate Jews it would be the indigenous plight, which you are in fact emulating or walking alongside. 

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1 minute ago, GurjantGnostic said:

You can't emulate the jewish. They most likely own the media that published that book. 

No its kindle on Amazon, for $5.00 lol

But I think legal action needs to be taken as you said before

No emulate, but learn take few notes.

 

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3 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

No its kindle on Amazon, for $5.00 lol

But I think legal action needs to be taken as you said before

No emulate, but learn take few notes.

 

Which ones can you take that apply to you?

Kibbutz and mass military training are about it. You can't emulate their economics. You can only say we need more forms of abundance and power including money. 

How to achieve that cannot follow their model because you aren't a puppet master to begin with. 

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Sue Amazon too for printing hate speech. Win or lose that's big news. 

Unlike others, Sikhs have nothing to fear on that front. Just profit off the slander. Ninda ninda ninda. Ching ching ching. 

No ching ching ching no problem. Free press.  

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2 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Sue Amazon too for printing hate speech. Win or lose that's big news. 

Lol you cant even get Twitter to take down their hate speech, let alone sue Amazon. Jack Dorsey donated to RSS for covid-19 relief. 

Soical media companies are invested in India

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1 minute ago, Kau89r8 said:

Lol you cant even get Twitter to take down their hate speech, let alone sue Amazon. Jack Dorsey donated to RSS for covid-19 relief. 

Soical media companies are invested in India

There's a difference between flagging content, and sueing somebody very publically and effectively in court, and then using all media attention and social platforms as a Parchar opportunity. 

You can sue Amazon any day. Might lose. It's not like needing the governments permission to sue the government.

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1 minute ago, Kau89r8 said:

 

Somebody is targetting you? And you know the cops or establishment aren't there to help you?

Get in first.

One bike lock. One can o gas. One match. One camping trip. 

One lot of things, let's just put it that way. 

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