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3 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

He said what? <banned word filter activated> Moosedrool. Lol. What a poser. 

And if you're gonna try and rep this gangster image, lift a fricking weight bro and get some clothes that fit. He looks like he's looking for his car in the walmart parking lot in the 90s. 

Maybe that’s what gangsters look like in Punjab

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Punjabi /Sikh leader ships lacks intellectuals leadership...

Take a look at Punjabi Hindus..why do they dominate in business/economically compare to Sikh Panjabis Jatt...

Then you have Gujjis  South Indians - Tamils 

Immigration from India, Punjabi end up labor jobs rest indians fill up IT jobs, dominated silicon valley 

It easy for us to give our heads shaheeds for the panth, but what are we achieving...whats our goal

 

 

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26 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Punjabi /Sikh leader ships lacks intellectuals leadership...

Take a look at Punjabi Hindus..why do they dominate in business/economically compare to Sikh Panjabis Jatt...

They you have Gujjis  South Indians - Tamils 

Immigration from India, Punjabi end up labor jobs rest indians fill up IT jobs, dominated silicon valley 

It easy for us to give our heads shaheeds for the panth, but what are we achieving...whats our goal

 

 

yup true most of the sikhs in punjab are not really rich. We dont even have much intellectuals in our panth. Just look at jews and compare their intellectual achievements to us.

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1 minute ago, proudkaur21 said:

yup true most of the sikhs in punjab are not really rich. We dont even have much intellectuals in our panth. Just look at jews and compare their intellectual achievements to us.

We dont even need to look at jews, tbh they are in diff league, hindus brahmins south indians gujjis compared to us Punjabi  Sikhs in India and in West..they dominating banks, science, med, business, top forbes lists etc...yet we just either wanting to show gora validation with langar and 'omg Sikhs are amazing people' or wanting justice/rallys/ for 84 and thinking someone in going to bring Khalistan and justice for 84...same thing again and again and wander why we same situation for so many years..

We can either learn from 84, use that pain motivation to follow Sikhi they want to destroy best revenge....and start investing in education serious leadership, financially etc.. or carry on with rally, activism, ready to die for the panth (which they want less Sikh population = win for them) hunger strikes, ending up in jail etc ..Waheguru will bring justice in next world

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Just now, Kau89r8 said:

We dont even need to look at jews, tbh they are in diff league, hindus brahmins south indians gujjis compared to us Punjabi  Sikhs in India and in West..they dominating banks, science, med, business, top forbes lists etc...yet we just either wanting to show gora validation with langar and 'omg Sikhs are amazing people' or wanting justice/rallys/ for 84 and thinking someone in going to bring Khalistan and justice for 84...same thing again and again and wander why we same situation for so many years..

We can either learn from 84, use that pain motivation to follow Sikhi they want to destroy best revenge....and start investing in education serious leadership, financially etc.. or carry on with rally, activism, ready to die for the panth (which they want less Sikh population = win for them) hunger strikes, ending up in jail etc ..Waheguru will bring justice in next world

yup our lot just think short term. No long term goals or plans for our people or how to develop punjab. Literally cant develop a small piece of land like punjab for our people the hell are we gonna do in the future? Just run and live in gora's country, assimilate and end sikhi from our lineage.

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