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France’s Sikh Minority Looks Set to Vote Against Marine Le Pen

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Ranjeet01    1,115

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.

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51 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Like it makes a difference.

 

 

Exactly.  The votes of a small handful of Sikh have ZERO bearing on the outcome of the election.

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dallysingh101    1,583

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. 

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13 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

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. 

we are not known to be kind of people who have a great foresight into future . 

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dallysingh101    1,583
23 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

we are not known to be kind of people who have a great foresight into future . 

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. 

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jkvlondon    3,419

panic over lads ..Macron won so now work on getting turbans back in schools and on official picture IDs

India's now brought out  rules that SIkhs cannot wear their kirpans and kada in examinations , any thought ? 

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kcmidlands    64
3 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

India's now brought out  rules that SIkhs cannot wear their kirpans and kada in examinations , any thought ? 

Your joking right, it is truly ‪the ‎bananarepublicofindia‬.

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jkvlondon    3,419

French Sikhs are waking up methinks, but they should not become complacent they should push home the point Macron is making and reinstate their rights .

 

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I think its only for entrance exams. BUT ANYWAYS, sikhs need to protest widely about this. This happens in a country we call our own. 

These Hindus are best handled by mussle. Sikhs are being too soft, so ppl will take advantage. Thats why i support mussle over hindus in india. 

Btw as uniform civil code become more of a law in india, such incidents will only increase . Kyuki hindua da aap da tah koi pehchaan hai nai, dujeya di identity vi kho len chaunde ne

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Sikhs in France should learn something from gays and take advantage from current govt. 

Constantly petitioning for turban rights and awareness of sikhi nd how we are not mussle in anyway alone will help. 

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