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We all know now the harmful effects of digital addiction. So the badal akali dal party bribed people with alcohol and other nashay to get their votes and now we have congress party bribed the punjabi youth to support them and become their workers and vote for them.

Both (badal akali dal and congress party) using underhand tactics to win elections and destructive addictions to trap the youth into their anti-sikh agenda's.

 

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More fool the Indian youth for being so easily bought. They had a choice. They could've said no thanks.

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1 minute ago, MisterrSingh said:

More fool the Indian youth for being so easily bought. They had a choice. They could've said no thanks.

Our people have come to have such low expectations of each other that even this simple move is almost incomprehensible amongst us. It's like we have become conditioned to expect and except the stupidest and most short-sighted decision making as normal. 

 

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12 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Our people have come to have such low expectations of each other that even this simple move is almost incomprehensible amongst us. It's like we have become conditioned to expect and except the stupidest and most short-sighted decision making as normal. 

 

What annoys me is the often implicit suggestion that the people on the receiving end of these political games are angelic, unspoiled victims of chicanery being unwittingly duped by the big bad state. Spend five minutes with them, and you tell me if they think they're foolish and gullible. 

They aren't victims. They just don't care. That's the truth of the matter. Material gain and worthless trinkets are more important to them than integrity and any long-term welfare of their homeland. We talk about them being brainwashed by the Indian state, and therefore they're unable to realise their mental enslavement, but it's funny how once they arrive overseas they immediately start displaying such amazing political awareness. So where was this knowledge and insight just a few weeks or months previously? Jokers to a man.

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