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When I see how those kids are being treated and know that there will be many more cases like this, including the abuse of vulnerable women, it makes me feel ill. 

Unless you're some silver spoon, mollycoddled twat (and there are a fair few on the forum), you should clock that it's only Waheguru's grace that you aren't in a similar position to one of those poor kids.

And what we are seeing in those videos is a clear head-butting of Sikh culture with Panjabi culture.  If some people have refused to do the usual and turn a blind eye it's because they have probably been blessed with Sikhi and have some form of moral compass and humanity/empathy over the standard beady eyed sociopathy many apnay (especially juts) seem to specialise in. 

 

 

  

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The only Sanjha Punjab we (Sikhs) should be fighting for is to gather all believers (of whatever caste) in Das Paathshaiyan under one umbrella, and proceed from there. Frig the Musleh and the rest hostile to our existence. There's no sanjha-punna with those who consider us kafir or their expendable slave warrior class.

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On 7/2/2022 at 12:41 AM, GurjantGnostic said:

You feelin okay there

I'm fine. My point was just that people often use (not saying Premi was) examples of tokenism to prove things are improving, like racism is sorted in the US because we've got a black president now.   Judging from outside (and I could be wrong) but it actually looks like racism has worsened there and not improved since then. 

I think it's pretty easy to wheel out some prominent member of a discriminated against community to try and deflect from ground level realities for the majority. 

All in all though, I'm glad at least some brothers are overtly facing up to what is essentially modern day slavery and exploitation in Panjab. Waheguru bless those people. 

What makes me heave is how we have so many people in the diaspora (and they all seem to be from a certain background) constantly harking about how much progress has been made, and how things aren't like they used to be. That sort of dismissive attitude just enables further covert abuse in my opinion. 

How long has this issue been buried by apnay? It's high time to take it on - head on.  And we have to face ugly realities to do this, regardless if they make you emotionally feel 'bad'. 

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5 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

 

First of all you said "low caste" which is quite disrespectful. There is no high or low castes. There maybe so called man made "castes" but none of them is higher or lower then each other. This just shows you actually may believe in caste heirachy.

Also caste quotas is something that was implemented by the government. I'm pretty sure if the elites of Punjab had it their way this policy would not exist. 

 

I put the term "low" in speech marks, to show it is not my belief, but just how the labels are used.

Why have you mentioned your own 'caste' so many times here ?

Why have you also singled out 'chamaars' ?

 

 

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8 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

I know this is a bait topic, but we'll ignore that, and take it on face value.

And it's not a 'bait topic' - obviously the community mainly behind the abuse would prefer to have the matter swept under the rug perpetually so they can carry on doing their gundhghee. 

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Most of you people on the forum make me laugh. Moosewala dies and people couldn't stop crying about it, here we have evidence of slavery and abuse taking place by our own and you f**kers are quiet like mice. 

Even the bibian, who'd you'd think would have a conscience, are tight lipped now. Who in their right mind would want to marry a women like that who doesn't even have any humanity.....but Moosewala dies and they are all teary...low IQ broads. 

Anyway, I'm glad there are still some Sikhs back home that have enough integrity to know this is wrong. 

   

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