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On 7/9/2022 at 6:46 PM, joker said:

new wave of sikh migrants are  are living in your  old areas in  terrace houses. you have a duty to help them, educate them  and keep their daughters safe from grooming gangs. pressure the gurdwaras  to provide tutors social workers and sexaul abuse specialist. dont let history repeat it self

I agree, these 'freshie' families won't know what has gone on here unless it's made very clear to them, I have said it before

 

 

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things have been bad since covid lockdowns. I have been observing university sikh societies which used to bring this information such as grooming to young sikhs. Some of the West London sikh societies have either closed down or are inactive, or barely active. Even the Oxford university sikh society seems to have closed down or become inactive. Universities had good reach for people who don't bother attending gurdwara.

 

Places like Southall have many gurdwaras and I know the migrants usually attend the gurdwaras, especially on Sundays. So it's important the gurdwaras do these talks regularly!

 

I feel many of these migrants with the hedgehog haircuts, or the Pakistani look, aren't going to be good with protecting their daughters, especially the ones who have the wives who are too busy doing fashion and makeup and adopting questionable clothes when they come uk, sometimes so much that they don't have time to tie their sons' jooras so just end up giving them haircuts!

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17 hours ago, ipledgeblue said:

things have been bad since covid lockdowns. I have been observing university sikh societies which used to bring this information such as grooming to young sikhs. Some of the West London sikh societies have either closed down or are inactive, or barely active. Even the Oxford university sikh society seems to have closed down or become inactive. Universities had good reach for people who don't bother attending gurdwara.

 

Places like Southall have many gurdwaras and I know the migrants usually attend the gurdwaras, especially on Sundays. So it's important the gurdwaras do these talks regularly!

 

I think the usual suspects who operate against us are going to try and reassert themselves, as they've been put on a back foot the last couple of years. Spread the word and tell people to be ready to push back if required. Some of our younger f**kers should get a little more active too.  

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16 hours ago, Premi5 said:

I agree, these 'freshie' families won't know what has gone on here unless it's made very clear to them, I have said it before.

They're too arrogant to listen. They think they've got it all figured out. There's still a hangover from what they've picked up in Punjab, i.e. pro-Islamic culture. Let them figure it out, the hard way, if needs be.

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29 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

They're too arrogant to listen. They think they've got it all figured out. There's still a hangover from what they've picked up in Punjab, i.e. pro-Islamic culture. Let them figure it out, the hard way, if needs be.

They are all know-it-all.

Any advice you give them is thought of something you are deliberately doing to hold them back because they think you are jealous of them. 

Just leave them to it. 

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46 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

They are all know-it-all.

Any advice you give them is thought of something you are deliberately doing to hold them back because they think you are jealous of them. 

Just leave them to it. 

There's only one other category of person who behaves in this manner: disobedient young children. Says it all.

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On 7/17/2022 at 3:01 PM, MisterrSingh said:

There's only one other category of person who behaves in this manner: disobedient young children. Says it all.

For all their cunning they have a petulant adolescent mentality. 

Never mistake cunning for wisdom. 

They come from an environment where it is dog eat dog. They are not used to altruism. 

When they see altruism they see it as weakness, something that should be exploited. 

They see everything as a race. Who gets pakka first and will always attempt to steal a march.

You giving them advice is seen through the prism "Are they holding me back?"

If you have seen the cartoon Wacky Races, <banned word filter activated> Dastardly and Muttley would be seen as the good guys by the people in Punjab.

It is not that they are necessarily bad people, it is their morality is coloured by their environment. 

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never heard so much nonesense. punjabi are self centered?, where does seva, langar come from.Majority of amritdaris in their 70s had elvis and beatles haircuts , when they came to the uk.Check their old photographs.Most of the gurdwaras seva people and doners are punjab born.Uk born sikhs use big words, make alot of noise, but rarely put their hands in their pockets

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On 7/19/2022 at 8:13 AM, joker said:

.Majority of amritdaris in their 70s had elvis and beatles haircuts , when they came to the uk.Check their old photographs.

huh what, show me, I want to se these photos!

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On 7/18/2022 at 6:22 PM, Ranjeet01 said:

For all their cunning they have a petulant adolescent mentality. 

Never mistake cunning for wisdom. 

They come from an environment where it is dog eat dog. They are not used to altruism. 

When they see altruism they see it as weakness, something that should be exploited. 

They see everything as a race. Who gets pakka first and will always attempt to steal a march.

You giving them advice is seen through the prism "Are they holding me back?"

If you have seen the cartoon Wacky Races, <banned word filter activated> Dastardly and Muttley would be seen as the good guys by the people in Punjab.

It is not that they are necessarily bad people, it is their morality is coloured by their environment. 

How do they suddenly turn on a dime and know how to behave themselves as soon as they step foot on foreign soil? Doesn't that suggest a calculating mindset?

That would suggest to me that when they're on their home soil, they're taking the pi55 and taking advantage of their environment, which makes them look even worse, because it suggests that when the opportunity to do bad is presented to them in a place where they know they won't be singled out for it, they choose to indulge themselves. That's some serious sociopathic nonsense.

 

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

How do they suddenly turn on a dime and know how to behave themselves as soon as they step foot on foreign soil? Doesn't that suggest a calculating mindset?

That would suggest to me that when they're on their home soil, they're taking the pi55 and taking advantage of their environment, which makes them look even worse, because it suggests that when the opportunity to do bad is presented to them in a place where they know they won't be singled out for it, they choose to indulge themselves. That's some serious sociopathic nonsense.

 

do you think most groups of people would act in this way if they knew they can behave in any way they want in some environment with no bad consequences?

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On 7/19/2022 at 3:13 AM, joker said:

never heard so much nonesense. punjabi are self centered?, where does seva, langar come from.Majority of amritdaris in their 70s had elvis and beatles haircuts , when they came to the uk.Check their old photographs.Most of the gurdwaras seva people and doners are punjab born.Uk born sikhs use big words, make alot of noise, but rarely put their hands in their pockets

Personally if you take away sikhi from Punjabis that is what the majority of us would most likely be like. These ideals come from Sikhi not Punjabi culture. What were Punjabis like before Sikhi and how do Punjabis act when they distance themsleves from sikhi , I don't think we have a honorbale culture like the Japanese for example.

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2 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

How do they suddenly turn on a dime and know how to behave themselves as soon as they step foot on foreign soil? Doesn't that suggest a calculating mindset?

That would suggest to me that when they're on their home soil, they're taking the pi55 and taking advantage of their environment, which makes them look even worse, because it suggests that when the opportunity to do bad is presented to them in a place where they know they won't be singled out for it, they choose to indulge themselves. That's some serious sociopathic nonsense.

 

They are very adaptable and can have great social intelligence. 

They are very good and adept to suss out the landscape very quickly.

They cannot get away to the extent like they back in Punjab but they find loop holes to exploit in the west. 

 

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