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HARDEEP SINGH KOHLI announces he is NOT a Sikh :)

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Good news I'd say.

Copied and pasted from facebook. Follow link for photos of kohli smoking. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1903764849901346&id=1548308148780353

Sex pest Hardeep Singh Kohli claims he's not Sikh 
~ yet uses the name Singh 

Well suggesting children's character porn names and being a sex pest may have been acceptable at Broadcasting House once upon a time, but fortunately deviants of the Kohli and Jimmy Saville variety are no longer welcome there or anywhere else.

But it seems that Hapless Hardeep can't even remain in the shadows amongst the rubbish of London’s seedy Kings Cross.

He's been pictured wearing a turban and smoking.

A habit that even the most casual observer would find abhorrent, it is a sin for a Sikh.

But hapless Harry has a novel get out.

He claims he's not a Sikh at all.

So his article giving suggestions and advice to Sikhs regarding the significance of the Sri Sahib was an athiest pretending to know what he was saying? 

A fraud of a Sikh, a man and a husband.

How do we know?

By his own admission, according to those he sexually harassed and his ex wife Sharmilla, respectively.

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Brilliant news, we can all sleep a little better then but let's be honest here, saying he represent's Sikhs is like saying Kim Jong-un is in charge of a democracy, the guys a middle of the road has been who's career's been hanging by the thinnest of thread's, his wife took him to the cleaner's when he got divorced.

As for the smoking thing, I suggest people take a wander out on a Friday night, you'll see plenty of guy's with dastaars puffing away like chimney's.

I admire The Collective (most of the time) because they really don't give a crap who they offend, they'll just publish what's going on with no filter.

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55 minutes ago, kcmidlands said:

Brilliant news, we can all sleep a little better then but let's be honest here, saying he represent's Sikhs is like saying Kim Jong-un is in charge of a democracy, the guys a middle of the road has been who's career's been hanging by the thinnest of thread's, his wife took him to the cleaner's when he got divorced.

As for the smoking thing, I suggest people take a wander out on a Friday night, you'll see plenty of guy's with dastaars puffing away like chimney's.

I admire The Collective (most of the time) because they really don't give a crap who they offend, they'll just publish what's going on with no filter.

He's a buffoon of the highest order. I remember seeing him after the Scottish Referendum, kept crying that people were scared into voting No. 

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8 hours ago, S4NGH said:

He's been pictured wearing a turban and smoking.

A habit that even the most casual observer would find abhorrent, it is a sin for a Sikh.

Some olden Sikhs (not getting into Amritdhari or not, just "Sikhs") would have a drink or two, but they would never dream of even touching tobacco, much less smoking that garbage.

Hardeep Singh Kohli is condemnable.

What a loser.

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