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Do you honestly think that Americans can even tell the differences between the different styles? Or care about the differences? What a joke.   Most "Sikhs" these days can't even tell th

dallysingh is a typical Kenyan Ramgarhia going on about his hatred for Jatts. Being of an Indian Ramgarhia background I've never understood why they have this hatred. They are a stuck up bunch who lov

Now that villains with long beards and turbans are once again dominating the American news cycle, I think singhs who are living in America need to be on guard. The backlash is coming. Stay safe b

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Raise awareness via internet. YouTube is doing a great job. They had a video called what is Sikhi and the responses were positive. Many Americans didn’t even know about it.

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3 hours ago, californiasardar1 said:

 

Do you honestly think that Americans can even tell the differences between the different styles? Or care about the differences?

What a joke.

 

Most "Sikhs" these days can't even tell the difference between different pagh styles.

you may be surprised but in UK the regular people can tell the difference now , just need to propagate our image , rescreen previously made shows etc . Of course Aholes will not care but that would be true anywhere

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3 hours ago, Premi5 said:

Not necessarily. Bin Laden was linked to the 9-11 events, but nothing from Taliban has directly affected West at this time

It doesn't matter. The Taliban are being portrayed all over the news as villains. All of the news reports are about how horrible it is that these turbanned, bearded, stone age savages have once again taken control of Afghanistan.

Also, right wing news will start going on about Afghani refugees, making people even more wary of anyone who they perceive to be Afghani.

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4 hours ago, californiasardar1 said:

 

Oh give me a break

 

I can just imagine it now: some hick sees a Singh and feels like saying something foul. Then he thinks to himself, "Wait a second, that turban might not be a taliban turban ... it shows a bit less forehead and covers the ears ... also, it's not black or white, it's saffron ... maybe he's Sikh! No, actually, I read on sikhsangat.com the other day that the official Sikh colors were blue and basanti yellow, not saffron, so he's probably not Sikh ... hmmm ...."

 

Basically the only people who notice the subtle differences between different turban styles are ... wait for it ... people who actually wear turbans themselves

 

4 hours ago, californiasardar1 said:

It doesn't matter. The Taliban are being portrayed all over the news as villains. All of the news reports are about how horrible it is that these turbanned, bearded, stone age savages have once again taken control of Afghanistan.

Also, right wing news will start going on about Afghani refugees, making people even more wary of anyone who they perceive to be Afghani.

F**king white people man!

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4 hours ago, californiasardar1 said:

 

Oh give me a break

 

I can just imagine it now: some hick sees a Singh and feels like saying something foul. Then he thinks to himself, "Wait a second, that turban might not be a taliban turban ... it shows a bit less forehead and covers the ears ... also, it's not black or white, it's saffron ... maybe he's Sikh! No, actually, I read on sikhsangat.com the other day that the official Sikh colors were blue and basanti yellow, not saffron, so he's probably not Sikh ... hmmm ...."

 

Basically the only people who notice the subtle differences between different turban styles are ... wait for it ... people who actually wear turbans themselves

yes we all look so alike :

Sihks wearing blue turbans and cloaks march toward a festival. PUNJAB, INDIA, MARCH 2, 2018: Hola Mohalla Festival - Sihks wearing blue turbans and cloaks march stock photos

Sikh Gentlemen Celebrating Vaisakhi

Group of Sikh Musicians in the Punjab, India

Group of young indian man sikh

Taliban members with guns stand under a sign saying welcome to Kabul

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AFGHANISTAN

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