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Read about this low life scum, but do you HAVE to use the complete F word, try as asterisk out some of it at least :nohear:

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Why do they have to say Sikh in the title that just makes it worse for Sikhs.

(Not saying he doesn't deserve to be Sikh)

It's like saying if a christian man launched a terorr attack they won't say he is christian, they will probably say white man or just his name.

If an Asian does it they have to include the race.

 

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An ungrateful, selfish and weak coward. Unworthy of being called a Sikh and undeserving of having the name of the Guru in name.

Deserves a life sentence. There is no justice in 4 years for attempted murder of your own parents.

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

The F word is apt in this particular situation. He went to a grammar school, too. We live in a post-educated society, lol.

It did make me giggle, just questioning whether it needs to be clearly spelled out when we might have impressionable younger readers.

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37 minutes ago, InderjitS said:

It did make me giggle, just questioning whether it needs to be clearly spelled out when we might have impressionable younger readers.

We need to make the youngsters more worldly in my opinion, not closeted, genteel fairies. If you grew up in an average Panjabi environment in the 70s and 80s, you heard a lot worse coming out of the older generations mouth, especially the 'uncles' from village backgrounds. Hell, I don't think any other community came near our lot for filthy swearing. The word I used is relatively tame in comparison.

But anyway, this is a modern day chariter pakyaan. I don't know where this bloke's head was??

Why didn't he just leave with his girlfriend? What the hell made him go down this route? I'm completely baffled? 

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1 minute ago, dallysingh101 said:

We need to make the youngsters more worldly in my opinion, not closeted, genteel fairies. If you grew up in an average Panjabi environment in the 70s and 80s, you heard a lot worse coming out of the older generations mouth, especially the 'uncles' from village backgrounds. Hell, I don't think any other community came near our lot for filthy swearing. The word I used is relatively tame in comparison.

But anyway, this is a modern day chariter pakyaan. I don't know where this bloke's head was??

Why didn't he just leave with his girlfriend? What the hell made him go down this route? I'm completely baffled? 

there are too many fragile 'snowflakes' compared to my/our generation and it might be the case they need to grow a pair, I'm afraid we're in a small minority and it's shrinking by the day. 

who knows maybe he had his eye on inheritance £££

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1 minute ago, InderjitS said:

there are too many fragile 'snowflakes' compared to my/our generation and it might be the case they need to grow a pair, I'm afraid we're in a small minority and it's shrinking by the day. 

 

And that is a VERY VERY dangerous situation to be in for obvious reasons. Especially in certain places that is dominated by other competing aggressive communities. 

 

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who knows maybe he had his eye on inheritance £££

That must be it. What a greedy, selfish b**tard. Couldn't just walk off and live his life, tried to get it all. 

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1 hour ago, InderjitS said:

It did make me giggle, just questioning whether it needs to be clearly spelled out when we might have impressionable younger readers.

I agree. It's not a word I use in my everyday life, but this guy who got caught trying to explode his parents is the definition of one of "those."

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Come on clearly the kid is a bit of a 'nutjob'. Its just that this nutjob had access to the internet and in his warped world thought that killing his parents with a bomb would allow him to continue his relationship with his gf. To put it into context there are 40m adults in the UK if 0.01% are absolutely crazy that would mean there 4000 of them walking on our streets (or 1 in 4000) now I tend to see more than that number on a daily basis. 

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6 hours ago, monatosingh said:

Why do they have to say Sikh in the title that just makes it worse for Sikhs.

(Not saying he doesn't deserve to be Sikh)

It's like saying if a christian man launched a terorr attack they won't say he is christian, they will probably say white man or just his name.

If an Asian does it they have to include the race.

 

That logic doesn't apply to christians.  If a christian does something like that, the christian controlled media calls them a nutjob.  If a non-christian does something like that, it's proof that their religion and their race are violent. 

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what nonsense, the gori would have left him anyway.Mixed marriage between Indian guys and English girls rarely work.Indian guys are used to waitressing service from their mothers. Which the gori wants from the guy.

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2 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

That logic doesn't apply to christians.  If a christian does something like that, the christian controlled media calls them a nutjob.  If a non-christian does something like that, it's proof that their religion and their race are violent. 

I was giving an example Ji 

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