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3 minutes ago, proudkaur21 said:

another dumb song giving Punjabi's a false sense of superiority and importance. The comments are on another level though.

Gives me goosebumps every time he speaks "Brown Munde".
 
Proud to be Brown Munda for the first time.
 
Once there was an era of Yo Yo Honey Singh Now it is the era of AP Dhillon ??
 
 
The song make me dance ? like a crazy boy ?
 
Proud to be punjabi ❤❤❤
 
ਸਵਾਦ ਆ ਗਿਆ ਜੱਟਾ ਗਾਣਾ ਸੁਣਕੇ..?❤?
 
This is such an apt representation of the brown munde in Canada
 
Abhishek Singh
This song made my LYF!!!! ??❤❤???
 
wanna see ap dhillon and yoyo collab❤
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2 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:
Gives me goosebumps every time he speaks "Brown Munde".
 
Proud to be Brown Munda for the first time.
 
Once there was an era of Yo Yo Honey Singh Now it is the era of AP Dhillon ??
 
 
The song make me dance ? like a crazy boy ?
 
Proud to be punjabi ❤❤❤
 
ਸਵਾਦ ਆ ਗਿਆ ਜੱਟਾ ਗਾਣਾ ਸੁਣਕੇ..?❤?
 
This is such an apt representation of the brown munde in Canada
 
Abhishek Singh
This song made my LYF!!!! ??❤❤???
 
wanna see ap dhillon and yoyo collab❤

a few months back on the original video i saw a comment by a punjabi dude saying now even whites are accepting how great "brown munde" are lol.

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8 minutes ago, proudkaur21 said:

sprinkled with inferiority complex lol.

Have you noticed, there is absolutely, pin drop silence by certain people from a particular background under discussion, who are usually regularly posting left, right and centre.

It's important to recognise this strategy of theirs. For decades and decades they've been criticising every other group, probably as some strategy to cover up their own shortcomings, but now that people are focusing on them - and when they know the criticism is valid and can't be refuted - they go completely silent. Then in a while, they'll pop back up and pretend none of this happened. It's wilful delusion I think?   And it's a way of not facing up to home truths. 

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51 minutes ago, proudkaur21 said:

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This is how majority of punjab looks lol. Utter utter failed region.

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LOL Punjabis No. 1.

Literally the entire state is one giant immigration business.

All I see is a masterclass in slow-burn Indian psychological and sociological warfare. Objectively, they've finished the job using "peaceful" means what they started decades ago using violence and horror, i.e. eject Sikhs from Punjab.

Question is should Punjabis be capable of recognising the clearly grand and intricate manipulation that's been enacted on them? If so, why do they continue to leap in the exact direction that their dokhis want them to? If they're so streetwise and smart, shouldn't they realise the game being played?

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34 minutes ago, proudkaur21 said:

what's up with showing off expensive cars in music videos? Why this obsession with materialism?

Someone (or a group) has sat down a few decades ago, and analysed the Sikh Punjabi character, identified weaknesses, blind spots, and failings, and then accordingly formulated a plan to strike at every pressure point in order to make our people behave in ways that will cause us the most harm. 

To answer your question, an obsession with materialism usually (not always) comes about when people's neetah are bhukhiya

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9 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Someone (or a group) has sat down a few decades ago, and analysed the Sikh Punjabi character, identified weaknesses, blind spots, and failings, and then accordingly formulated a plan to strike at every pressure point in order to make our people behave in ways that will cause us the most harm. 

To answer your question, an obsession with materialism usually (not always) comes about when people's neetah are bhukhiya

Have you observed this kind of materialism among pakistani punjabis? Since growing up I have noticed it among sikhs around me even the well off ones , this never ending greed for more and more and judging others based on how much expensive things they have. I observed it among my relatives all the times. This extreme jealousy at the thought of another family member buying something expensive. I dont understand this. I noticed this when my mom used to gather around with the family ladies and they would constantly stare at each other's clothes and purses and what not. Even growing up all I saw in the music videos was talks about cars, alcohol and expensive things. Just too much greed in the punjabi community. I see people going into debt to buy expensive cars just to show off. Such childish behaviour.

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11 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Someone (or a group) has sat down a few decades ago, and analysed the Sikh Punjabi character, identified weaknesses, blind spots, and failings, and then accordingly formulated a plan to strike at every pressure point in order to make our people behave in ways that will cause us the most harm. 

Actually, try thinking about it. The brits did this to a certain group amongst us to devastating effect for a protracted period. They are on record saying they thought these people were docile and slow to learn. Maybe becoming engrossed/lost in perpetual self-adulation (via folksongs, modern songs, movies, and even back handed 'compliments' in written works), makes certain people blind to reality, and thus easy to manipulate? It's like keeping them permanently suspended in a false reality whilst you make moves to finally finish them off. So it would be in every enemy of the panths interest to encourage and facilitate the 'culture' (in a very loose sense of the word) that helps conjure this scenario/mindset. 

This would explain A LOT of what we are seeing.

And just to juxtaposition the current projection of a certain people with an older one, from within Sikh sources - have a look at a certain number of chariters that explicitly cover this community, and just see for yourself just how starkly different the Sikh representations are to the modern stuff. One is rooted in ground level reality and constructive criticism, the other is plain 'giving the pump' as Panjabis say.      

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