Nihal Singh Kanakpuria wrote:Jaynee,
Sorry to make you feel disappointed (you generally feel that way seeing that i have responded, i do hope u saw my response on domestic violence among Sikh men)
I am not a Indian national, i grew up as one for 25 yrs though i still consider myself desi .
Above all not going to war with Pakistan when plenty of morons thought we should and that war is the only way.
Btw its not Ghandi (Thats how a lot of sikhs purposely mis-spell it , taking a poke at Indira , its Ghandhi)
Nihal Singh Kanakpuria wrote:Jaybee,
Patronizing doesn't help anyone , keep away from it .
Its a pity that after being born and living in America ,never stepping into India you consider yourself as a true son of Bharat and not a son of America.
Jaybee wrote:It occurs to me that many of you might wish you had your own independant purposefully-Sikh homeland, and absent of this, a Sikh being India's current leader would be a thing of pride for you. Do you feel he has done your people proud?
AS Khalsa wrote:Do I feel proud of Manmohan Singh? Though his efforts in reforming the economy are something to be applauded, he certainly isn't the pride of Sikhs. Sikhs are supposed to be exemplary examples of bravery. This man has no spine. Any Sikh who pledges allegiance to the Congress Party, the same party that in 1984 spearheaded the massacre of Sikhs in Delhi makes me feel sick. I cannot fathom how a Sikh can tell the widows of those killed by Congress mobs to simply forget the injustices committed against them. Manmohan lets the likes of Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler who orchestrated the killings of Sikhs hold privileged positions in his government. He is a coward, plain and simple.
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