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  2. Pallav2015

    Here's why I am permanently boycotting this forum ...

    This forum is going down day by day great Sikhs like Mehtab Singh mohakam Singh banda and rest of the great people use to be here all the time with best anwser they stop using forum the new jabronis in this forum with zero knowledge playing there drum
  3. MisterrSingh

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    If by 'white' you're referring to music and film moguls from a particular background and community, then yes I agree. The irony of it is that only a very small percentage of perceptive black people can see the deception being carried out in their name. Believe it or not, most "normal" blacks despise the thug / gangsta culture. We've fallen for this brainwashing if the discussions here are any indication. Most of them aren't coarse / sassy / aggressive / confrontational. You have to ask yourself why this particular image of the black race is pushed the most in the media we consume in the West. There's also the other side of it where there's attempts to emasculate the black male in entertainment. There's a running joke among black actors / entertainers that in order for a black actor to take that next step to stardom, he has to "wear a dress" or basically accept a role where he's either gay or effeminate, or literally wear a dress. Black people hate that nonsense as they feel both extremes reflect badly on them, but for these entertainers they either have to play the criminal or be gay in order to get anywhere in their careers.
  4. Big_Tera

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    The main reason why black and white marriages in the usa are accepted is one thing. RELIGION. Blacks by and large are christians in the usa. So whites see them as on of them. They have a similar white culture. When they have marriage its in a church so they are both singing from the same hymn sheet.
  5. Big_Tera

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    You see many blacks attack non blacks because they hate the fact that other races get along with each other. While they are seen as subhuman. So they try and attack those people out of jealousy and insecurity. Many blacks have an inferiority complex. They see themselves as less then non blacks. Its leads them to become ostracized from communities. Hence why blacks are aeen as dangerous. They have no value for their lifes.
  6. Ranjeet01

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    The marriage rates between blacks and whites in the US was roughly similar until about 1965. Something clearly happened in the 60's. For all the civil rights, there seems to be a destruction of the black family. The families are headed by the women rather than the men. I think the blacks were used as guinea pigs for some social experiment which now is being spread into other races.
  7. Big_Tera

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    You see alot of people fear blacks not because of their build or strength. Its because of the sheer notion of their skin colour and mentality. Blacks are seen as subhuman capable of the worse things. Many are suffer from jealousy and hatred of other races. .Blacks are seen as ugly, nappy haired, abnormal ape like features. such as big flat noses, big lips, big ears. grotesque. Yet somehow the white man has elevated these people to musical stars.
  8. Big_Tera

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    Many people dont know the mentality of growing up in this world being a black person. You are discriminated against on a daily basis. When you go for a job. No one wants to hire a black person. Everyone avoids them and does not mix with them. All other races see you as sub human, unclean and dirty. So then thats why you get black people who have nothing to lose in life. They see their lifes as worthless anyway. So they dont care if they lose their life in a knife attack. Many grow up in households where there is no love from the parents. The only communities that are different., Are the african blacks ie from nigeria, ghana kenya ect. They are completley different as they dont have the slave baggage wrapped around their necks. They come from loving family backgrounds. There are some decent carribeans but I would say 70% have serious issues. they blame everything on race. into crime ect and think their world owes them something.
  9. Big_Tera

    Here's why I am permanently boycotting this forum ...

    You seem a little obsessed with other peoples caste. Such as your constant digs at jats and others. Have you not got the bawlz to reveal what caste your hiding behind while trying to bad mouth every other caste but your own? Im sure your type were the perfect people who did no wrong. And before you say I dont believe in caste. Just tell us anyway. Im guessing your a Dalit.
  10. dallysingh101

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    Not at all. Gengis Khan (for example) is considered to be a great warrior - he was exceptionally cruel. A lot of Vikings too. There are plenty of other examples. I don't know where you are getting your definition from? Maybe you've mixed up the idea of sant-sipahi with the definition of a warrior?
  11. dallysingh101

    Nishan Sahib, when did we start using the Khanda

    It's like we are waking up to a big con job done on us. lol
  12. dallysingh101

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    I think the seeds for this emerged much earlier - during slavery itself. You have to read accounts written by former slaves (like Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave - a eye-opening read I'd recommend to everyone). In such accounts they tell of how the slavery system often separated children from their parents as a matter of policy. They'd sell them or exchange them with other plantation owners and often keep any information about parentage secret from the children. I presume this was to keep people confused and rootless to make controlling them better? I've mentioned before, it's like whites were developing and implementing some crude, unspoken of social theories in this period. Given that, is it any surprise that the idea of a family unit was negatively impact upon within that society? Here's a little taste of what life was like: Birth/Childhood (p. 1 to p. 5)[edit] The narrative begins with a description of Henson's life growing up. He was born June 15, 1789 in Charles County, Maryland, on a farm belonging to Mr. Francis N. He was the youngest of six children. His mother was the property of Dr. Josiah McP., but was hired routinely to Mr. N, who owned his father. His earliest known memory was of his father bloody and beaten. Henson eventually found out that his father had been beaten because he had beaten a white man for assaulting Henson's mother, which was punishable by Maryland law. His father's right ear was cut off and he had received a hundred lashes as punishment. His father, from that point afterward became a "different man" and the Mr. N. eventually sold him. Dr. McP stopped hiring out his mother afterward, but Josiah went to live with her for two or three years. He expresses that his time on Dr. McP's plantation was some of his happiest. During this time he learned about God from his mother, who frequently recited the Lord's prayer. Not long after, Dr. McP died after falling from a horse and drowning. As a consequence, the doctor's property, which included Henson and his family, was divided throughout the country. On the day this was happening after watching her other five children get sold off, his mother was bought by Mr. R. (Isaac Riley). At seeing that Henson would not be bought also, she went to Mr. R and begged at his feet. He kicked her away and ignored her. Henson was then sold to another master, but after seeing that Henson had falling sick, he was sold to Mr. Riley. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Life_of_Josiah_Henson,_Formerly_a_Slave,_Now_an_Inhabitant_of_Canada,_as_Narrated_by_Himself
  13. ipledgeblue

    Nishan Sahib, when did we start using the Khanda

    absolutely!!! I also saw one jathebandi and it's founder were keen on using the new colonial khanda symbol and wearing on their turbans as well, that jathebandi is well known for doing rehnsbai
  14. ipledgeblue

    Looking to Move to Canada/ Sikh Schools

    move into Canada, don't go to USA the healthcare there is extortion!
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  16. The future is blue, we really need to go back and educate ourselves.
  17. Ranjeet01

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    The majority of kids in the kaleh community are born out of wedlock. This has been the situation in their community since the 1960s. This has co-incided with the advent of the welfare state.
  18. Premi5

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    What do you mean exactly by "What you see in kaleh is what happens when for decades there is no father figure in the home." ? Also, my observation is the mothers are often seen but less so the fathers
  19. Ranjeet01

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    What you see in kaleh is what happens when for decades there is no father figure in the home. Decades of fatherless children brought up by their grandmothers ( you will notice they are always brought up by their grandmothers, their mothers are nowhere to be seen).
  20. Ranjeet01

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    The African American or even Afro-Caribbean have almost been bred to be physically stronger due several hundred years of slavery. If you think about it, only the strongest and most resilient survived those slave ships across the Atlantic. The hard physical work on those plantations have meant that they have passed down those genes through the generations. The African origin black people in the Americans are also no longer pure black African. There is plenty of European slave master blood in them after the slave women were taken and raped by their slave masters. This is the reason why they come in all shades of colour. You can tell the difference between black people of Africa and those from the Caribbean particularly in the UK. The diet that developed amongst the black communities of the Americas is based on the quality of food from the slave days. It was also foods not desired by the whites or food that was cheap like Chicken. Ironically, like us folk from South Asia, the Afro Caribbeans and African Americans also suffer from high rates of diabetes and high blood pressure.
  21. MisterrSingh

    Modern-day singhs being weak.

    The overlooked or sometimes conveniently ignored aspect of their physiology is their diet, i.e. chicken and meat in general. I'm not being funny or stereotyping, but black people LOVE their chicken. Obviously, inhaling chicken all day and sitting on your behind playing video games is going to cause obesity in everyone, black or not, but certain foods coupled with an active lifestyle and perhaps a genetic predisposition to building and retaining muscle better than other races, also plays a factor. Testosterone (in natural) animal products is key. As a lifelong vegetarian I'm content and secure enough in my beliefs to acknowledge this truth.
  22. Premi5

    Looking to Move to Canada/ Sikh Schools

    Bumping this up. Am thinking myself of moving from the UK to somewhere in North America as there is more land/open spaces, and some places a lot better weather (I dislike winters in UK). And, weather can have a big impact on mood unless you are a complete Chardhi kala person.
  23. The youngsters themselves find themselves between a rock and a hard place. When they're growing up and perhaps vaguely aware of their fruity inclinations, it's a case of, "Why are you not in saroop?" from the religiously minded in their community. They then adopt the appearance partially through pressure and perhaps in the hope it somehow eliminates their leanings through some form of divine benevolence. When that doesn't happen and those proclivities increase with age, they find themselves exposed to incessant propaganda originating from their western host communities or the global propaganda machine which encourages them to embrace and accept their feelings, and at the same time people like us lambast them with stuff such as, "Why are you in saroop?!?" It's a no-win situation for them. Of course, I'm not seeking to excuse the degeneracy and the subversion taking place, but I just wish some of these people stepped outside of their own shoes for once, and realised how they're being used as pawns to further agendas that ultimately don't care for the individual. Humans have a desire to belong, and if they've spent most of their lives feeling alienated and misunderstood, they're obviously going to leap at the first group who extends a hand of understanding and tolerance. Most people are incapable or just aren't ready to accept or process anything beyond the material. That's life.
  24. The future of Khalsa....SMH........how deep in the rut our kaum has fallen
  25. How much of that is down to parents though? People who push the external roop on their children, even when they must suspect something is not quite right? Then, when you have kids who've been raised like this their whole lives, people chide them for continuing to wear Sikhi saroop once they come out of the closet. We need clearer rules.
  26. Redoptics

    Nishan Sahib, when did we start using the Khanda

    So future is not orange but blue, want original to cover my head.
  27. I think we're (as in the Sikh community) moving into an interesting phase that reflects the social changes being promoted across the wider Western world. Are these developments organic and a result of "monkey see, monkey do" behaviour, or is there something a little more deliberate and organised at play? The emergence of the gentleman behind the Nanak Naam initiative heavily promoting these progressive philosophies can't be a coincidence. One unfortunate downside of succumbing excessively to the exclusively tolerant and liberal side of Sikh belief is the reluctance to express a perfectly valid opinion that apparently upsets others even if the objection is fair and required. This brand of moral relativism masquerading behind a "Never hurt a soul" ethos is admirable in isolation but in an era when tyranny uses the veil of tolerance to gain a stronghold, it actually does more harm than good in the long term.
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