June 07, 2017

Patriotic Sikhs uphold British Values

Rebel Staff

In the wake of terror attacks in Manchester and London, one immigrant community has stood out in its dedication to British values like freedom, secularism, and democracy. I'm talking about the Sikhs

While mass Muslim migration is bringing immigrants who don't assimilate or adhere to our values, the Sikh community represents a refreshing change.

WATCH my video to hear the facts about how Sikhs have contributed to British communities in a time of Islamic terror

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commented 2017-06-08 16:37:05 -0400
Peter Babich, there are hundreds of masjjds (mosques) across India next door to sikh temples (gurudawara). Here in metro vancouver area dozens of masjids have sprung up next to gurudawaras. There’s a big masjid & islamic school next door to a gurudawara on No.5 in Richmond, and another one on 128st in Surrey, B.C.
Listening to the opinions of the callers on local punjabi radio & reading their comments, if not all many support muslim cause above canadian values. For them common enemy is the ‘white race’ who are always racist & discriminate against non-white people.
Not to forget the sikh terrorism which is fully supported by pakistani muslims in India & abroad also the first honor killings in canada were committed by sikh families.
Modern day sikhs are not the same people they use to be. Ideologically now they are more aligned with muslims than any other culrure. Don’t get fooled by their stellar past or the fact that they love alcohol. Sikh drug mafias, the criminal gangs, the corrupt business practices & unethical behaviour with little to no respect for canadian/western culture these all ate not making Canada stronger in any way.
commented 2017-06-08 14:19:55 -0400
Which is why I always try to get them up in arms when I go to the liquor store. Muslims won’t settle or setup near Sikh temples. They are afraid they’ll get killed, rightly so.
commented 2017-06-08 00:36:44 -0400
Jay Fayza, you are wrong on one crucial point; ‘sikhs’ are not middle eastern. You made the same mistake many people in the west do when they confuse muslims with sikhs. India (Punjab) the homeland of sikhs is thousands of mile from middle east & is known as the Indian Sub-Continent.

Contrary to the popular believe Sikhism didn’t started as a separate religion, they were (and still are) a part of broader hindu religion/culture oppressed under the mughal rule, mohammedan regime of the time in India, until their last guru (spiritual mentor) called upon his followers to arm themselves (giving them the name ‘khalsa’) and fight the tyrannical mohammedan rule. The present day sikhs have forgotten most of the teachings of their gurus they’ve lost the sense of liberty & freedom, the pillar of their faith.

No doubt sikhs assimilate better into western societies than many other non-western cultures, but sikh politicians in canada, including the liar, tainted defense minister harjit sajjan, has let the sikh community down by voting in favour of motion M-103.
All 13 sikh MPs voted in favour of M-103 without giving a second thought to the teachings of their revered gurus, viz. liberty.
commented 2017-06-07 22:35:27 -0400
British Sikhs have always been loyal to the crown ans are among Britains staunchest nationalists and defenders – Day-am could these lads fight – but they got plenty of practice fending off centuries of Islamic attacks on their lands and women.
commented 2017-06-07 22:07:59 -0400
I think it’s time to let Jay go and send the kid back to school. Ironically, the number of times he referred to Sikhs as Middle Eastern is a prime example of why they are mistaken targets of the hate crimes he goes on to speak about. Too funny. Another poorly researched piece, on a group of people that deserve better.
commented 2017-06-07 20:38:14 -0400
Jay Fayza refers to “our values” in Britain. Is he British? His accent seems a bit odd for Britain.

Perhaps that is why he identifies three British values as “freedom, secularism, and democracy.” While much of Europe prides itself on its secular culture and values, Britain has an established religion and takes faith very seriously.

“God Save the Queen” is not just a happy ditty.
commented 2017-06-07 20:00:37 -0400
John,

Trouble is, I think those amazing Gurkha knives are illegal in Canada. I wanted to buy one in Kathmandu but they checked.
commented 2017-06-07 19:28:18 -0400
Perhaps countries with large muslim groups should import Gurkhas to enforce the laws. It is quite apparent that white leftists have no idea about keeping people safe.
commented 2017-06-07 19:15:51 -0400
I for one, would never mistake a Sikh for a muslim; complete polar opposites. Sikh’s adapt and integrate into their adopted country & seek to make it their true home. Their deeds and their words match; they are patriotic; and kind toward others. In an emergency, the Sikh community will volunteer to help in any way they can. They are trustworthy and promote positive values. They would not hide a member of their community who has broken the law….
I am saddened to hear some people are targeting Sikhs, this is so wrong and I hope Tommy will educate British citizens on the differences so this unfair treatment stops!
commented 2017-06-07 19:06:30 -0400
As an immigrant group, Sikhs did bring their fundamentalist terrorists as we know from Air India. However,the Sikh community stood against these terrorists and turned them in, Dosange (wrong spelling I think) being an example of that greater community. This is the difference between Sikhs and Vietnamese compared to muslims.
commented 2017-06-07 19:03:18 -0400
MAURICE POTVIN;

I agree wit you on that. The Sikh Regiments won more VC’s than any other Regiment.
commented 2017-06-07 18:22:06 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,475 Attacks, 215,801 Killed, 297,169 Injured that we know of

The Sikhs were among the fiercest British fighters in both world wars, defending traditional British and western values.