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5 hours ago, kangw said:

Stop being such a hypocrite and holier than though here! If you don’t feel comfortable under your skin like the rest of those you represent, it’s not difficult to notice. Most of your issues arise from there and you are not able to recognise it. In fact, after reading your posts one cannot fail but realise that you are so uncomfortable with yourself in terms of who you are. So please stop preaching, stop it.

What are you waffling on about? 

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6 hours ago, kangw said:

And how do they look upon those look alikes, so called, empty <banned word filter activated>-pots claiming to be Sikhs, imitating hand, finger, facial, hip and legs movements of the group and the very ones your friend comes from? Besides why are you and your lot struggling so hard to be like them? What’re your reasons to be accepted by them, have you not got a superior heritage or what? Do you not originate from where early civilisations of Harrapa and Mohenjidorro took place? What about the message of Guru Nanak which is far ahead and so superior than what emerged from Abraham’s trap?

What are you even talking about. If you’re making fun of Jatts I have no words. Just because I said I have a black friend doesn’t mean I want to act black. All I said was that I have friends from all races. It’s good to hear others thoughts at times. And I would never advocate these people to join Sikhi, they don’t have any good values and go around doing putte kam. I would say 95% of blacks are unsuitable to join Sikhi and I would advocate others not to contaminate our quom.

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Members here will literally write essays to defend blacks and blacks on Twitter are doing our beizatti with less than 140 characters. So shameful. I'm embarrassed that this is the state of the Sikh quom. Do you think Muslims defend Sikhs or Buddhists or other minorities, lmao, no.

If it was multiple attacks on Muslims, literally no Muslim would have our cuckish thought process. This is why we're failing btw.

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