The Tribune 16th March 2018
Russia to retaliate, expel UK diplomats
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann:
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that politics makes strange bedfellows. In 1984 at the height of the cold war Great Britain and Soviet Russia coalesced to send their armed forces at the bidding of the then Indian Premier Indira Gandhi to lay a siege to the holiest Sikh shrine the Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple) at Amritsar to fight a stateless Sikh people fighting for their freedom and liberty from the barbaric Hindu Indian state. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims were slaughtered by the artillery and tank bombardment by these three nuclear armed states-THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State), Great Britain and the Soviet Union. We still do not understand the rational of Great Britain and the Soviet Union in fighting a stateless people-the Sikh’s. Now in 2018 they are again at one another’s throats expelling diplomats from Great Britain and the rRussian’s retaliating with a quid pro quo. If today they are fighting like cats and are in each other’s hair but will some of the wisest people in the Western think tanks tell us how at the height of the cold war in 1984 they got together as brothers in arms to fight an armed battle with the stateless Sikh’s.
It has always been a matter of policy for THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State) not to allow a third party, meaning a foreign power to interfere in its internal affairs, but when it came to dealing with the stateless Sikh’s how this Hindu state sought the military aid of two nuclear armed states-Great Britain and the Soviet Union? This will always remain a mystery unless some wise think tanks analyse this enigma and enlighten us Sikh’s.
Simranjit Singh Mann (firstname.lastname@example.org)