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Jagmeet Singh is new leader of the NDP Canada

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13Mirch    883
9 hours ago, TigerForce1 said:

The most credible Sikh in politics today!  Onto to the next phase for sure.  

Vigilance is required. A Hindu fanatic has entered politics in New-Zealand in tow with a populist party; Hindus in Canada already oppose Singh. Sikhs, globally, need to exercise more scrutiny or Hindu fascism might hit them in the West. 

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Big_Tera    400

I dont like him for some reason. seems untustworthy and sly. But then again all politicians are like that.

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Premi5    66
On 02/10/2017 at 2:13 PM, Big_Tera said:

I dont like him for some reason. seems untustworthy and sly. But then again all politicians are like that.

He seems more trustworthy to my eyes than Tanmanjeet Dhesi

Also, I hope he ha good security around him

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Kira    1,248

Was he the dude that got attacked verbally by some woman calling him a muslim during a live debate?

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scali    198

My analysis of her from her you tube post was she was sent by Indian govt to discredit him. Due to the unfortunate Muslim-Sikh confusion exist in the west She was just using that to create a scene.

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Ranjeet01    1,155
1 hour ago, scali said:

My analysis of her from her you tube post was she was sent by Indian govt to discredit him. Due to the unfortunate Muslim-Sikh confusion exist in the west She was just using that to create a scene.

Any western based high profile Sikh politician will be targeted by the Indian establishment and the Indian media, particularly from Canada since Sikhs in Canada are probably the most politically active in regards to Sikh rights in Punjab.

Any Sikh politician that speaks up for Sikh rights and wants to open up the enquiry to 1984 will be seen as "Khalistani" or paid up lackeys for Pakistan by India. 

What India fears the most regarding Jagmeet is that he could potentially become Prime Minister. No stone will be unturned by the Indian establishment to scupper this.

 

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Premi5    66

His wiki page says he is unmarried. Chances he is a repressed homosexual?

Would being unmarried damage his political chances in Canada?

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Ranjeet01    1,155
28 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

His wiki page says he is unmarried. Chances he is a repressed homosexual?

Would being unmarried damage his political chances in Canada?

With the way Canada is like right now politically, it would be seen as a bonus.

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