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  1. I hold my hands up and admit that I have never heard of her. That's because no one thinks much of MEP's. There is only one MEP that one hears about and that is Nigel Farage. The fact that Neelam Gill goes about her business with minimum amount of fuss is a great testament to her. And furthermore about your comment about being politically opinionated; I understand that Jagsaw may ruffle some feathers with other posters but I never realised that I was seen in the same light. I do express an opinion but never consider myself to be that opinionated. I may have particular biases but I will try to be objective as much as I can and considered myself to be a positive contributer to this forum. Perhaps people are fed up of hearing what I have to say, you can disagree and criticise all you want, I don't mind. I think that I may have outstayed my welcome here.
  2. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neena_Gill Truth be told, I've never heard of her either.
  3. SGPC are an institution. A political institution, and like political institutions they tend to be very slow to react to certain events. And like political institutions tend to do, they are more interesting in keeping power. Now if Christian missionary activity was a direct threat to the SGPC then they would act.
  4. I can't really speak for the motives of SGPC. I would be careful to keep calling pendu Sikhs thick. Because when it does come to action they won't over think like the erudite Urban Sikhs, they will just act. They will act first and think later.
  5. The Hindus would be pretty stupid to think that Sikhs leaving Punjab would be a good thing. They would prefer Sikhs to stay because we are useful against the hordes on the other side of the border. This is the reason RSS were instrumental in Ghar Wapsi. They were very aware of the growth of Christianity in Punjab.
  6. It is particular type of Hindu, the Khatri/Arora and Baniya types, ones who have been traditionally part of the business classes.
  7. They remember very well they are Punjabis when it suits them. Shiv Sena in Punjab had a lot of backing from certain elements of the H.P. business community .
  8. But what do these rich Hindu Punjabis do for Hindutva? Those Kapoors and Khannas were very well off in the Lahore, Rawalpindi in pre-partition. Most of the rich industrialists in Punjab in pre 47 were made of these types and they were still booted out. Money means diddly squat if you are not going to use it in the right way.
  9. In theory a lot of martial arts in other countries came from India anyway so he may possibly brought back stuff back. Just a theory and speculative.
  10. It's quite common for martial artists to bring in other martial arts into their ideas. It's been like that for millenia.
  11. Like it makes a difference. 15 years ago, the French authorities got strict with religious symbols, Sikhs in France did not leave France. They will probably still be there regardless Le Pen gets in or not.
  12. You are an IT guy. Think of a process that can help make the changes.
  13. If we were to do some brainstorming, lets have some ideas of what the motivations are for a typical gurdwara committee member. This would give some ideas of what buttons would be needed to push. Think from the perspective of a typical gurdwara committee member.
  14. Interesting strategy. Parties tend to put extra focus on these swing seats where there is a small majority. This is just speculation for the following: In regards to last 3 candidates mentioned, interesting that they are large Tory seats but they have chosen Sikh candidates. Kenilworth is around the Leamington Spa area. This is like Gerrards X for our people in West Midlands where the wealthier affluent Sikhs live. I do not know much about Upminster and Hornchurch but I suspect that this is probably the migration direction that East London Sikhs are venturing into or some of the East London Sikhs move to when they make a bit of money. It looks like that Labour thinks that with growing Sikh populations in these areas that it will make a dent in those Tory majorities. They seem to be hoping on that Sikhs will vote for the Sikh candidates.
  15. DSG Our people are not that big into letter writing. I know that from personal experience.