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1984

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Golden Temple
1947
1984
2014 JASPREET SINGH

In Delhi in 1984 the adage was completely inverted: books were burned after burning people.

June 1984:
I Was Kneading Bread A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON

" A continent away. A woman, not much older,/ Was plotting military strategy ..."

The Seeds of Tyranny, Part II Prof. PURAN SINGH

"The truly Democratic Constitution should not allow one community to get into power and work mischief through the democratic institutions to crush the other ..."

The Seeds of Tyranny
Part I Prof. PURAN SINGH

"Any Constitution coming in here like this essentially means the domination of one community over all others which must be kept in a permanent state of suspended animation."

Amritsar
June 1984 A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON

"Blood is murky and opaque, / It darkens history / Perverts humanity ..."

The Legacy Of India’s
Lord Haw Haw,
A Quisling Who Lived By The Goebbelsian Lie:
Mass Murderer KPS Gill T. SHER SINGH

India’s infamous mass murderer  …

Ontario's Genocide Motion Was Courageous And Unifying AMNEET SINGH BALI

"Secrecy and silence are the perpetrator's first line of defense ...“

1984: The Semantics Of Genocide And The Bugbear Of Khalistan SARBPREET SINGH

Trying to link the two is a thinly disguised attempt at justifying the killing of thousands of innocents.

The Wall Of Truth:
November 1984 New Delhi Sikh Genocide Memorial SEHAR QAZI

It will be the first such memorial in the country which continues to deny the nation-wide genocide.

A Film For The Holidays:
Fiddler On The Roof T. SHER SINGH

The plot covers the whole gamut of the Sikh experience of the last 70 years.

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