dallysingh101

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  1. Plenty of keshdhari guys (sadly) do exactly what you are crying about pendu.
  2. Dwelling on this doesn't help. You should cross that bridge when it comes. Which will probably be many many years from now. You might be a totally different person to what you are now by then. Also, you should resist indulgence in excessive sentimentality. I don't think it is helpful or healthy. I understand you are in a tough and confusing position but I don't see any other options for people in that position outside of toughening up themselves. The cards will fall eventually and you'll find ways to deal with it all.
  3. This makes me laugh because it subtle touches on a white elephant in the Sikh room. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4514688/Boris-Johnson-blunders-election-trail.html
  4. Glad to see the brother feels well enough to do the show! : )
  5. Boy, that was penduism at its finest..... I was just waiting for someone to shout out 'Bwaaaaahh! Chuckhduun! in the middle of it all.
  6. Bhen ji. I deactivated my PM box ages ago, so I can't send one.
  7. People get arranged marriages into some conservative families and can still end up with the type of girl you're talking about.
  8. You know you sound like a retard. I've told you a good few times now that indigenous whites in England are totally not affiliated to any religious identity other than some mickey mouse CofE thing (and that by a tiny minority too), which doesn't even appear to be a religious thing anyway. Seriously, wake up to nuances. What you're saying sounds retarded otherwise.
  9. You talk about modern society. Whitey in their modern, 'civilised' society are just going to see it as two adults from different sides of the fence that chose to be together - Romeo and Juliet style. And if you are going to talk about the types of grooming that you are. Take a look at what goes on in offices in London. They routinely isolate attractive ethnic girls and place them around whites so that they are subtly compelled to start dating one. So by your definitions, it isn't just Muslims doing it.
  10. If Sikhs are looking for serious Sikh partners (with view to marriage), it's great idea for those struggling to do this through their own physical contacts. If it's just for a bunk up, it's crap. But also, I've heard from umpteen apneean who've tried to find a Sikh guy for a husband through such sites, that it is not uncommon for them to get bombarded with messages from prospective sullay from all over the globe, even when they've explicitly stated that they are looking for Sikh guys. Some low IQ people (especially certain females) need to be careful of the sites and not forget people can (and do!) pretend they are SIkh when they are not, for various (usually dark) motives.
  11. Your not picking up on an important nuance. I said previously, many (if not most) decent, dharmic, self-sacrificing apnay (both rural and otherwise) have achieved shaheedi. I'm talking about the general situation today. And people do play down (or are ignorant) of the economic aspect of the Khalistani movement too. When it was going on, it was directly alluded to. A lot of the changes being asked for, did relate to central government's agricultural policies. Which were obviously designed to benefit the agricultural community. To oversimplify everything that happened along purely religious lines is plain wrong.
  12. Overall I think you hit the nail on the head there. I think much of the lullooness from our lot (that we are both alluding to), has its antecedents from the Christian, Victorian era influenced 'Sikhism' that was developed and promoted during a century of colonisation. The sad fact is, when our lot do get devious, they almost invariably use it to screw another apna over. And they'd readily screw another apna over at the behest of some outsider for patronage, a job, money, hell just to look good too.
  13. Well not everyone is an <banned word filter activated> in our panth and you do meet circumspect and prudent people, but sadly we are dominated and dictated to by self-serving, petty minded idiots - so it looks like the above is true.
  14. That's worked wonders for us (and them) so far hasn't it.... There was a time when such things were advantageous. And in certain street level situations, still can be. But I don't really think pendu style thinking really cuts it in the greater scheme of things in the 21st century myself (most conspicuously in the crucial areas of economy and social cohesion). Obviously penduism has its supporters from amongst the pendus and (ironically) the descendants of pendus who've escaped the pend and actually live in cities and towns (fair play). But pendus failure to grasp (or accept) that people (both pendu and non-pendu) might not want to live and follow pendu principles is yet another example of typical thick brained penduness. Pendus rarely seem capable of rising above petty tribal loyalties. So any action they take will only be designed for their own benefit, as much as they might try and wrap it up in some cover of religiosity. All the other Sikhs see this. That's one reason why they get little support. If pendus want to pursue a certain path, they should be free to do so. If others don't want to follow that path and go another route, they should be free to too. I think it makes for a more dynamic and robust community that hasn't put all of its eggs in one basket.
  15. I think this is what it boils down too. Apnay aren't half as clever as they like to think they are (in relation to other prominent communities/race), and apnay's relativily childlike deviousness gets seen from 10 miles away but other more prudent, strategic communities. Also our people's egos are off the scale, and people DO pander to this to manipulate us. And whilst most apnay are of this ilk, a certain prominent rural subsection of the community have got this problem to some next degree. So that is why we've been regularly subverted with egoist appeals to our vanity: so we are the 'sword arm of Hindus' or defenders of India at one point, or the most fiercely loyal chumchay in the Brit imperial war machine at another. This 'flattery' is just kindergarten level manipulation in my opinion. Even Pakistanis used to do it by referring to us all as 'sardars'. When I was younger I thought this was cool, but when I got older I realised that they were actually saying this in a tongue-in-cheek manner. I don't think it's genetic (I bloody hope not!). I think it is learnt behaviour. Cultural traits. I think the loyal, stalwart hardcore Sikhs achieved shaheedi at some point or another, and we have an imbalance of self-serving, deceitful and disloyal and opportunistic people left now. Plus we've had a culture of sycophancy that's been carefully spread amongst us since the 'annexation' of Panjab.
  16. Only thick rural pendus fall for that one. And they are EXACTLY who they target with such propaganda. The rest of us can see through this bull5hit.
  17. Some of our lot live in some bizarre place in their heads where they seem to think we have the clout and numbers to swing things in elections. It's like some weird wishful thinking mixed with illusions of grandeur.
  18. What about all the long-standing rumours of old deviant secret societies (Freemasons and whatnot), being embedded in the English political and legal system. I don't think you have that in Canada either? It may well explain why there was so much foot dragging and denial about Sikh girls getting groomed from the government itself for a long time. I think the UK sees many Sikhs as trouble makers who might dangerously rock the boat. http://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/15806-cover-up-of-child-abuse-by-politicians-in-the-uk/
  19. That depends on where you are. Sure, in the US people might be too dumb to know the difference, but in some other places they generally do.
  20. No one is going to have a 'caste war'. Stop trying to avoid facing up to ugly truths about our own community. This only makes things worse in the long run.
  21. I think people in general (and maybe especially apnay) limiting sugar intake is important as hell these days - even more so for apnay who seem to have a diabetes epidemic going on. What's wrong with a policy of making only feeki cha and letting people put in sugar as they desire?
  22. There are infinitely more barriers. English people are a thousand times more devious than Canadians. Plus many white Canadians have at least attenuated their white supremacist thinking, whilst Anglos in England still cling onto old colonialist notions (even though they go miles to try and hide it). You have to walk, talk and think a certain way before they even let you near those positions here. And if any apna can do that, you can pretty much guarantee that they don't really have any genuine feelings for their own community, and are more than likely weak-minded sycophants, or ruthless opportunists who would never rock the boat in a million years in fear of losing their position.
  23. community

    We went through this twice. First it was: We are guardians of Hindu dharam. Then goray came along and persuaded many of our lot that we were guardians of their empire and queen/king. Go figure. Eventually we'll figure out our own identity. lol
  24. community

    Okay, that's enough education for you today sunshine. Now put your skirt on and join your brothers at the barn dance. And don't forget to grin and waggle your head! Remember: grin and waggle your head. lol It's all a good giggle. Got to laugh at all of this too. In the end I have to thank Waheguru that I'm not stuck in the cesspit back home has become.