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Old April 14th, 2008, 10:48 AM
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Re: Sikh Militants glorified at Canadian Baisakhi Celebrations

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Originally Posted by dhurandhar
I totally agree with you on this one.

However, the truth about why Sikhs (who were fervently anti-Mughal, and anti-Paki due to 1947 events) were inspired to rebel against Indira (taking Paki support) has not emerged...
Could you shed some light on this "truth"? It was Bhindranwale who influenced & stirred up Sikh nationalism & the creation of Khalistan then. Indira had him eliminated with Operation Blue star. I donít believe prior to him getting popular, there was any Sikh separatist movement then.

As for Sikhs, I respect them & personally have many sardar friends. Sikhs are hardworking, enterprising & patriotic.

But its disgusting to see the above news wherein villains are worshipped as heroes & martyrs. Killing an unarmed & unsuspecting lady by someone whom she trusted the most doesnít make the killers heroes. Gunning down an unarmed & retired general before his own family doesnít make the murderers heroes. Clandestinely placing a bomb within an aircraft & blowing up innocents over the Atlantic doesnít equate the perpetrators to heroes. These so called martyrs were nothing but cowards & the above diaspora revering such idiots as martyrs is truly despicable. Traitors indeed.

Last edited by Cooldude; April 14th, 2008 at 10:51 AM.
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