NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in This 2016 Video is a Sikh Supremacist Sitting With Sikh Terrorists Talking About Their Superiority and Violence on Others

The video was shot in 2016 at an event focused on Sikh independence. It was posted on internet by the U.K.’s National Sikh Youth Federation. It disappeared after all social media took it down because of the coming Canada Federal Election. The People’s Party of Canada (PPC) has just re-posted this video. In the video, the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) Jagmeet Singh has been embroiled in the “blood hatreds” of his ancestral home. “The risk is that the leader of the NDP is seen as too closely identified with his ethnic community and with some of the more militant elements within it,” said University of B.C. political scientist emeritus Philip Resnick. “One of the greatest challenges to multiculturalism is the tendency for members of diasporic communities to bring the blood hatreds of their communities of origin to their country of adoption or birth. This seems to be the problem with respect to Jagmeet Singh and the question of Khalistan.” More on National Post, Ottawa Citizen and Vancouver Sun.
Video 2: On March 15, 2018, CTV Reported on NDP’s Jagmeet Singh at 2016 seminar video where speakers endorsed violence.
Video 3: Mar 15, 2018, CTV Reported on Jagmeet Singh said he’d attend future Sikh-separatist events.

Author: GrainOfTruth

3 thoughts on “NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in This 2016 Video is a Sikh Supremacist Sitting With Sikh Terrorists Talking About Their Superiority and Violence on Others

  1. politician are very good liar they will said what they need to say in front of there audience of the day a difference audience it would be a difference story beware of corrupt politician they tell you what your want to hear just for your vote once in power you don’t matter to them anymore so BEWARE OF WHO YOU VOTE FOR

  2. Someone should ask Jagmeet Singh directly if he believes in “Sikh Supremacy”. That idea is completely wrong. India has many problems on many different levels. Ethnicity, caste, religion and language gets used as a tool to incite hatred and division for political and economic gain. The ones that suffer are average people that want to earn a living and raise a family in relative security, regardless of language, ethnicity, caste or religion. We don’t need that here in Canada. Ask the average person in India before stirring up stuff abroad.

    Unfortunately the PPC is using that tool here in a Canadian context by supporting Bill 21 in Quebec. Is that called “Secular Supremacy” despite continuing to have a Cross on the flag of Quebec?

    1. Lol ok Mr Singh how about you guys keep the air India bombing to yourselves too and not in the context of a Canadian flight. I’ll believe your bullshit when Jagmeet ties his turban in the regular manner and not like a separatist Khalistani extremist

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