MisterrSingh

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  1. Jagsaw, don't mistake my silence as a sign of weakness, or an unwillingness to continue to expose your transparent agenda on this forum. If you continue poking, I will bite. Don't force my hand.
  2. I'll be brief. This will be painful for people like you but I'm beyond caring: ISI enthusiastically watered the seeds of separatism that Sikhs had planted. The Anandpur Resolution and other associated Sikh concerns were certainly borne from our side, but without any concrete support from the Pakistanis (which never originated from some magnanimous desire to emancipate Sikh concerns, but instead were a veiled attempt to further their own neverending war against the Indians), these aims would've remained as vague, undeliverable philosophies. Sikhs in the separatist movement naively took Pakistani support as an agreement between equals. It was not. We were pawns in a game of chess between the Indians and the Pakistanis. Get that through your head. We were never in control. We never dictated terms. Even the potential name of our proposed Sikh homeland was etymologically derived from an Islamic term ffs! And if you struggle to believe these same Pakis would've hesitated to eventually invade and reclaim a potential Sikh homeland had we miraculously wrangled one away from the Indians, you're truly living in cloud cuckoo land. Whoever it was on our side that was in contact with the Pakistani intelligence agencies on a regular basis was given instructions right up until the day of the attack on Harmandir Sahib. Promises were made. "Go on, begin your fight against the Indians. We'll cross the border and provide support when it looks like you'll need it. Trust us." That support never came. We were hung out to dry by our duplicitous Islamic handlers. The b4stard Indians knew those conversations that had been taking place. I wouldn't be surprised if there were ISI-provided satellite phones amongst the debris and bodies of the Singh fighters in the complex that day. What purpose did those knackered Pakistani weapons serve - those same weapons you and your ilk get dewey eyed over - if they ultimately proved to be absolutely worthless? Did you think the Pakistanis sympathised with us because they wanted the Sikh people to flourish and escape the poisonous presence of Hindustan? Get your head out of the sand, and view the situation from a regional and international geo-political perspective. You're swallowing propaganda from a bunch of crusty old Punjabi uncles who are rewriting history to cover their own foolishness, hubris, and fatal naivety. That absolute basic lack of understanding cost the lives of hundreds and thousands of defenceless civilian Sikhs who never asked to be part of a war they never even knew was coming. You invoke the names of our raped sisters and our butchered children as if it gives you some higher moral ground to espouse this bull5hit. If this is the kind of wilful denial that still permeates our mentality, we truly deserve to be wiped out in body and soul. This site is a joke at times. You people are so utterly lost you can't even see what's going on. You'd rather exist in some fantasy land of your own making, instead of confronting nasty and undesirable truths that will ultimately free you from the ignorance and deception that has become second nature as the breaths you take to stay alive. I'd expect at least one of you to at least vaguely hint as to the reality of what's facing us as Sikhs in the next century or so, but in all my years on this forum I can only conclude not one person on here has put in the hard work to be afforded a glimpse of what's to come. How is that even possible when there's so many obvious undercover brahmgyanis on this site? You're welcome to hurtle towards your self destruction with open arms. Some of us aren't content with becoming psychologically and mentally enslaved by anyone, be they whites, Hindus, Muslims, or other Sikhs. Keep waiting for your Messiah. He won't be descending from the heavens to lead you to the promised land. Your hell will be this earth, amongst the ashes of your friends and your loved ones. I'm done with this echo chamber.
  3. So they used us in an attempt to destabilise Punjab, thus strengthening the Pakistani position versus India? And that's viewed as a positive by us? We paid with our blood to further their aims, even though it was dressed up as support for our fledgling revolution. They played us, and we're grateful for their 5hitty AK's.
  4. You can try to rationalise it however you wish, but thankfully it's a choice not a compulsion. If you aren't feeling it, then nobody is forcing you to do anything. How does that affect your personal relationship with God, or even your level of adherence?
  5. When I was growing up, moneh were magnanimous enough to put up their hands and say, "Y'know, I just can't deal with growing kesh and the daily responsibility of tying a dastaar. It's my fault, nobody else. The problem lies within me." At least they were honest back then. Nowadays, as with most things, the desire to subvert perfectly valid norms and practices in the pursuit of discovering the so-called truth that's been kept from society thanks to some vague overarching conspiracy of suppression and deception, means shifting responsibility and blame for the individual's defects onto those very norms and values that were given to us solely for our benefit. Now, these people wish to chip away at the integrity of scripture to find a loophole or flimsily worded justification that will enable, or, best of all, approve of their personal life choices. I've long suspected future generations of Sikhs will graduate to openly disparaging certain Sikh teachings because they struggle to adhere to those values. The Dasam Granth issue was a precursor of what's yet to come. The final issue that will tear apart Sikhs will be the 5Ks / Baisakhi issue, i.e. huge numbers of followers will openly turn their back on the requirement of kesh and the need to take amrit. That's going to be the final nail in the coffin. It will be relegated to a small devout minority of fundamentalists who'll eventually be sidelined as an extreme or orthodox sect. Mainstream Sikhi will be redrawn as a soft, pacifist, Jain-esque faith requiring the minimum of dedication and adherence. That's the plan, believe me. Questioning narratives and beliefs is incredibly important. Sikhs wouldn't exist if one particular individual who emerged in 1469 hadn't questioned the fundamentals of their existence and society in general. Yet, that spirit of discovery is being used to denigrate and undermine the very fabric of our beliefs. It's happening all over the world with all manner of philosophies and systems. "This is too difficult, therefore it must be wrong, because I can't possibly be expected to chisel away at improving myself thereby arriving at a place where I meet these conditions." It's this same attitude that has gradually destroyed the integrity of those things that are conducive to a successful and healthy society. Saying that, the other side of the argument also holds water. It's controversial and not many will want to hear it: it's too easy to appear as a devout Sikh. There's no threshold of quality, or measurement of discerning the content of character behind the external appearance. Literally anyone, even the vilest of humans, can dress up as a Sikh.
  6. They value their livelihoods and their pensions more than the defence of what's true and good. Therefore they will tolerate it all.
  7. Look at the situation in France. The police are reluctant to act. It's so clear to anyone that the police have been ordered to stand down. https://m.youtube.com/watch?&v=7R93qttPmHs The authorities will, one day, stand by and do nothing as these Muslims spread out from their hovels, and take the fight to non-Muslims. You lurking Islamic apologists and cowards best learn how to fight and defend yourselves, your families, and your homes. Your virtue signalling will not shield you from what's to come.
  8. Yes, that's exactly my point. Look at those who are doing the protecting and enabling of these so-called victim classes.
  9. A march against radical islam took place in Manchester yesterday. The media and the press re-branded it as a "Far Right" gathering. A white woman telling a black man - who was a witness to the National Front in the 70's and 80's - that he's a Nazi. Lol.
  10. This thread is AIDS. And not the good kind, such as a botched blood transfusion, but the bad kind; the type of AIDS contracted as a result of man love.
  11. Why has the above in bold reared its head? What's the logic behind it? I'm frankly quite surprised. The Indian subversion is an open secret, but why are the Islamics getting involved?
  12. That's all well and good, but I get the impression the likes of Robinson either deliberately or inadvertently miss the point when they get together and begin to protest about these issues. Muslims are doing what they're doing because the social and political culture has allowed them to. Whoever sets the tone of society and life in general needs to be the true object of people's ire. It's like being angry at the ventriloquist's dummy for something offensive uttered by the ventriloquist. It doesn't make sense.
  13. Okay, so how has the majesty of the revelation you're espousing manifested itself in your day-to-day life, that someone would look at you and think, "I want some of that!" Currently what you're suggesting is the equivalent of stating, "I don't have much to show for it, but you'll just have to take my word for it, because I've heard from others in the know that it's all brilliant stuff." How has the "message" you apparently believe with such conviction impacted YOU?
  14. Help yourself first. Your ego is out of control, bro. What makes you think you're worth listening to?
  15. The immigrant issue, amazingly, is a distracting sideshow. It's a small albeit more noticeable aspect of the larger issue. What's the larger issue? It's all about economics. I'm as guilty as much as everyone else is of getting drawn into the Left-Right dichotomy; incendiary issues of race, gender, etc., are controversial and easily identifiable talking points, but it's honestly a complete red herring. Understand economics and you'll understand the machinations underway. I'm not really a numbers person, but I'm trying to wrap my head around it all.
  16. The nihilist in me wants there to be a second general election in the autumn. I want Labour to win. I hope Brexit is reversed. I pray the doors are swung open to the millions of African migrants amassing on the shores of Europe as we speak. Let's speed things up a bit!
  17. Your UK Islamic party scenario is something I'd never previously considered, but the more I think about it the more it makes sense. Once their numbers swell to a certain percentage, they aren't going to be content with the classic Tory/Labour situation. They will want their own political party. What a prospect, lol. The support and potential votes they'll garner is not in doubt. Give it another 30 years. The banner of the crescent moon and the star will be flying over Downing Street, inshallah! Jagsaw will be so pleased, won't you, Jagsaw?
  18. A great mind once said, "You learn more by talking to people you disagree with." Wise words.
  19. One of the first articles the Guardian rushed to print yesterday - when the deal between the DUP and Tories was made - was a scaremongering piece about the DUP being anti-Gay, anti-abortion, and anti whatever else these people consider to be important. It was as if some people in Britain were about to be rounded up and transported to the gulags for liquidation. Funnily enough, the likes of the Guardian have to tread very carefully around the issue of the traditionalism of the DUP, because if they go too hard on the Tories' new allies, it would suggest almost a tacit support of the IRA and their policies. Although, with the likes of the Guardian's apologetics regarding Islamic terrorism, an inadvertent supportive stance for the IRA isn't too much of a stretch for them. But of course one important difference is the whiteness of the IRA, lol; white terrorist privilege, hehe.
  20. You think too highly of the people, hehe. But, yes, I think Britain is a lot more cynical now in that regard. The virtue-signalling liberal Marxists will be angling for a British Obama to highlight how incredibly tolerant and forward-looking they are, or even a female leader, whilst the Tories could go for another photogenic Cameron-type figure, or equally an older and wiser head. It depends what conclusions they draw from this election.