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https://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/19675661.acist-act-west-midlands-police/

RACIST ACT BY THE WEST MIDLANDS POLICE

On Tuesday 26th October 2021, it had been reported, that the racist West Midlands police had attacked a Sikh man. The police officer Kasim Shafiq, who is part of the West Midlands police force had stamped on and riped the Sikh man's turban.

Due to this, a peaceful protest had been held outside the station, All protesters are urged to maintain peaceful and respectful conduct, Also be cautious of the rise of covid cases this would be taking place in the Perry Barr police station, Holford Drive, Birmingham, B42 2TU. This would be held on Wednesday 27th October 2021 from 7 pm-7:30 pm.


A Sikh man who supports the Sikh youth UK (which is a campaign that raises awareness on international Sikh matters) was arrested yesterday in the afternoon by PC 22391 around 14:30. The arrest was about providing proof of address for a very minor traffic offence, The young Sikh man was taken to Perry Barr custody suite and was being booked in at the reception when PC Kashi Shafiq became very aggressive asking the Sikh man to remove his turban.PC Shafiq then reached across the reception desk and ripped the turban off the Sikh man's head, and then purposely stamped on it.
As a community, we do not tolerate religious hate by anyone. especially police officers who take advantage of their power to attempt to degrade Sikhs. 


We urge the Sikh community nationwide to write complaints and share this far and wide.

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The kick in the teeth comes after we've passed so-called judgement on whites for their apparent unethical and limitless greed, only to turn your attention back to people from our cultural background,

These are excellent conversations Sikhs should be having with each other if not in person then on forums like these. For too long youngsters have felt like nobody understands their point of view when

I said a few years ago that the rise of Musleh in the bureaucratic machinery of western nations including law enforcement, judiciary, and related areas is going to prove to be a problem for Sikhs. You

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12 hours ago, Premi5 said:

 

https://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/19675661.acist-act-west-midlands-police/

RACIST ACT BY THE WEST MIDLANDS POLICE

On Tuesday 26th October 2021, it had been reported, that the racist West Midlands police had attacked a Sikh man. The police officer Kasim Shafiq, who is part of the West Midlands police force had stamped on and riped the Sikh man's turban.

Due to this, a peaceful protest had been held outside the station, All protesters are urged to maintain peaceful and respectful conduct, Also be cautious of the rise of covid cases this would be taking place in the Perry Barr police station, Holford Drive, Birmingham, B42 2TU. This would be held on Wednesday 27th October 2021 from 7 pm-7:30 pm.


A Sikh man who supports the Sikh youth UK (which is a campaign that raises awareness on international Sikh matters) was arrested yesterday in the afternoon by PC 22391 around 14:30. The arrest was about providing proof of address for a very minor traffic offence, The young Sikh man was taken to Perry Barr custody suite and was being booked in at the reception when PC Kashi Shafiq became very aggressive asking the Sikh man to remove his turban.PC Shafiq then reached across the reception desk and ripped the turban off the Sikh man's head, and then purposely stamped on it.
As a community, we do not tolerate religious hate by anyone. especially police officers who take advantage of their power to attempt to degrade Sikhs. 


We urge the Sikh community nationwide to write complaints and share this far and wide.

Mmm. Has me a bit miffed to say the least. 

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3 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Islamic belief is a mind virus. The mental hoops it forces its followers to jump through to be considered "true" believers is actually quite horrifying, in as much as they will literally believe and emulate anything, no matter how depraved, as long as their religion states it to be true.

Imagine a new belief system constructed upon a religious mythos 99% identical to Islam with its excessive preoccupation with sex, violence, and death, were to emerge in the modern age. It would be derided as a sick, demented cult with no place in a healthy and tolerant world. Yet, we exist in a reality where non-Muslims have to put up with the frankly insulting and infuriating assertion that all religions must be treated equally, when in fact there is a considerable variation in the quality of doctrine between the faiths. 

Islam is tolerated because it's become too big to remove. That's it. It's not morally, ethically, or philosophically superior compared to other belief systems. Its adherents are just encouraged to reproduce to a greater degree so this Arabian mind cancer can be perpetuated with greater numbers over the generations. The fact that I have to exist in a world where Islam is even a thing is just so f****d up. 😂

I've said it previously: individual Muslims are probably some of the nicest people I've met. They genuinely are kind and warm. I do pity them in a way, because of the mental prison they're forced to stay inside their entire lives. Individual Muslims are not the problem. The danger is Muslims en masse; as a demographic, a mob. That's the threat.

Unfortunately, these white European nations (or their Atlantic equivalents) in which we reside are reluctant to tackle the burgeoning Islamic demographic in their midst; not only reluctant but unwilling and afraid, and happy to placate and enable them into positions of power and authority. That's a huge problem for everyone else. 

Back to the circumstances of the article: the only real possible solution to prevent a dirty Muslah drunk on the sense of power gifted to him by his white superiors, abusing his authority on Sikhs is not to complain and cry to corrupt Western institutions for whom these Muslims are their preferred pet minority. What you do is make it personal. You take it to the Muslah's own people so that the next time Abdul reaches for a Sikh's turban, he'll think twice about what he's unleashing on his own people as a response to his devilish ways. There's no other way to deal with these Satanic lifeforms.

Islam is tolerated because they are intolerant and the intolerant always get their way and we are too tolerant.

The trick is to be more intolerant than they are.

They become miraculously reasonable after that.

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1 hour ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Islam is tolerated because they are intolerant and the intolerant always get their way and we are too tolerant.

The trick is to be more intolerant than they are.

They become miraculously reasonable after that.

They're programmed to believe that Allah grants them power and blessings to victimise others and still emerge victorious. When you show them in blatant terms that Allah has failed them, they suddenly become very amenable.

But how many of us possess the will to respond in this manner? When Islamophobia becomes law, then we're really frigged, lmao.

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16 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

They're programmed to believe that Allah grants them power and blessings to victimise others and still emerge victorious. When you show them in blatant terms that Allah has failed them, they suddenly become very amenable.

But how many of us possess the will to respond in this manner? When Islamophobia becomes law, then we're really frigged, lmao.

There is a certain code of law that we follow and we don't budge. That is  what can cause problems. 

If you have one group of people that follow the rules and the other that does not, who has the advantage? 

The problem we kafirs have is that we have no follow through. The minute Abdul becomes amenable is when we should go for the kill. Abdul understands ruthlessness and strength. Compassion is seen as weakness.

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Watchdog says suspect's Sikh headwear 'not stamped on' by police

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Image caption,Protesters gathered outside the police station on Wednesday night

The religious head covering of a Sikh man detained by police was not stamped on "at any stage" by officers, a watchdog has said.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct is investigating following the arrest of the man who was taken to Perry Barr police station on Monday.

The IOPC said a video on social media suggesting a man had his turban forcibly removed and stamped on in a custody suite was "false".

Its inquiry was continuing, it said.

Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the station on Wednesday over the allegations, the Sikh Press Association said.

'Appealing for calm'

West Midlands Police confirmed the man was asked to remove his patka - a thin head covering worn by many Sikhs - to be searched.

They said an officer removed it in a private room and it fell on the floor at one stage, but "was immediately retrieved and at no point was it stamped on".

The force said it voluntarily referred itself to the IOPC and the watchdog's regional director, Derrick Campbell, said he understood the incident had caused "understandable unrest" in the area.

Having reviewed all the CCTV footage from the custody suite, Mr Campbell said he could say "with absolute certainty" the head covering was not stamped on.

"A false video shared on social media has caused significant concern for many and I am appealing for calm while this is investigated," he added.

The man, who was released on bail, is due at Birmingham Magistrates' Court on 25 November charged with obstructing a police officer and two counts of driving a vehicle when the VRM (vehicle registration) fails to conform with regulations.

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https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/police-watchdog-investigate-complaint-over-22014925

 

The police watchdog has said it will 'thoroughly investigate' a complaint alleging that a Sikh man had a religious head covering forcibly removed in custody.

West Midlands Police said a suspect was asked to remove his patka - a head covering - so it could be searched at Perry Barr custody suite on Monday afternoon (October 25).

The force said an officer removed the patka in a private room, to search for anything that could be harmful to the man or custody officers. It said the covering had fallen to the floor but said it was immediately retrieved.

Read more:West Midlands Police say 'head covering fell to floor but was not stamped on' at Perry Barr station

But the force said that a video circulated online appearing to show a man "having his turban forcibly removed and stamped on" was false and that "at no point was it stamped on".

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On 10/29/2021 at 1:06 PM, Ranjeet01 said:

The problem we kafirs have is that we have no follow through. The minute Abdul becomes amenable is when we should go for the kill. Abdul understands ruthlessness and strength. Compassion is seen as weakness.

It's not only about Abdul here though is it. It looks like Dave and Abdul have joined forces and are trying to tag team us. 

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