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On 10/22/2022 at 1:36 PM, Kau89r8 said:

We dont have the much power and these Sikh Panthic orgs/groups are low level ..

Let me be honest with you. I don't think any PM of UK will free jaggi as it doesn't benefit them in any way. Also UK economy and the society in general is going through tough times. They wont be able to fix this mess.

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Personally speaking I find myself quite indifferent to Rishi Sunak as PM.

He was selected by the elites to become PM.

Before Liz Truss became PM, the Tory MPs wanted him as PM whereas most of the Tory Party members chose Truss. 

If that does not tell you the inner circle and the outer circle of the Tory party. 

The fact that they chose an PM within 1 week compared to the 6 weeks also tells you that they were not going to make the same mistake. 

Compared to the other MPs during lockdown, he probably shown more competency as Chancellor than Patel or Hancock etc in their respective roles.

But if there is one thing you can realise is that the PM does not run the country. 

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20 hours ago, proudkaur21 said:

I don't think he is going to be able to do anything. Like just because he is the PM doesn't mean he has the power to do anything he wants. He is accountable to the British people and has to take decisions that matter to them. Also Uk seems on a downward spiral. I don't think the issues are going to be fixed.

At first as much as i cant stand him he's got no morals, i wanted Boris to win over rishi (for obvs reason) ..but Boris oversaw jaggi johal and signed him off...knowing he was abused also hes close to Priti patel who endorsed him and only way back she'd have her job..so i thought he maybe (just maybe) he might be a lil better...

I think you are mistaken he wont do anything. Look at his net worth and in laws. They got money power and powerful links so he will be doing anything to keep in power. He hasn't won by votes or member votes. I dont trust him to give damn about Sikh issues. He will just ignore..but defo 'crackdown on Sikh terrorism' and 'hinduphopia'  etc... but he will play it calm, unlike Priti who shows her anti -Sikh bias upfront. 

You can see all the hindus gloating etc... before the farmers protest i would have been happy since we have overrep of Pakistani muslims mp in UK 

Just imagine if Sikh like Jagmeet won, how they show their hatred 


@proudkaur21 I cant get over Sidhu and Deep death...like it really feel surreal... 


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