Monday, June 19, 2023

Man shot dead outside Surrey's Guru Nanak Sikh Temple

Update: Protesters decry gurdwara shooting as foreign interference

It turns out that Hardeep Singh Nijjar was actually the Temple President. That's one of the first Sikh temples in Surrey. It's been there since I was a kid. I find the timing of his assassination suspicious since the referendum on the independence of Khalistan takes place in Surrey on Sept 10th. That referendum is not an act of terrorism, that's due process. It makes his murder and the defamation against him highly suspicious. 6ixaktv has posted several links to Hindu terrorists supporting the Modi government against Muslims. I will say one thing. Jagmeet Singh wears a turban but he is not Sikh. He is deplorable. All of his policies oppose Sikh principles. Before you start taking pictures with Jagmeet, ask him his position on gender ideology and child transitioning in schools. Ask him his opinion on gender based abortion. Then ask Hardeep Singh Nijjar his.

The Vancouver Sun is reporitng that "A man has been killed in a shooting outside the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple, say Surrey RCMP. Staff Sgt. Tyner Gillies said in a statement that police received a report about a shooting in the temple’s parking lot in the 7000 block of 120th St. around 8:27 p.m. on Sunday night. When police arrived, they found a man inside a vehicle with apparent gun shot wounds. Gillies said police provided medical assistance until paramedics arrived, but the victim died at the scene. IHIT has been called in to investigate along with Surrey RCMP."

"Gillies said the investigation is early and there is no known motive, and police are working to get a description of the suspect from several witnesses. Gillies also said they are not in a position to name the victim, though RCMP is aware of social media posts that speculate as to his identity." The Hindustan Times in India is reporting that "Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in the Punjabi-dominated Surrey city of British Columbia province." Designated terrorist? That's rather bizarre. CSIS did Air India. That was a long time ago.

July 2022: 75 year old Air India bomber shot dead in Surrey

That whole Air India bombing simply didn't make sense. If a group of Sikh "radicals" wanted the state of Punjab to be independent from the Hindu controlled government of India, why would they blow a plane up? That wouldn't help their cause. It would cause a clampdown. Why would they blow up a plane full of Sikhs? They wouldn't. CSIS did.

That recent article in the Hindustan Times claimed Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a designated terrorist and Khalistan supporter. Just because you're a Khalistan supporter doesn't make you a terrorist. Quebec wants to be independent. Ireland wanted to be independent. That doesn't make them terrorists. Many seek independence through due process.

That article also claimed that Nijjar was wanted for his involvement in a conspiracy to kill a Hindu priest at Phillaur in Punjab. Why would they do that? Why would they kill a Hindu priest? That deplorable act would not help their cause.

The fact that they called it a conspiracy means that intelligence agencies planned it and tried to blame him for it. Terrorism is heinous but by far most of the terrorist acts ever committed are committed by intelligence agencies trying to clamp down on civil liberty.

Update: It's actually a bit surprising that the Hindu News in India picked up on the story so quickly. The local news did not name him. 6ixaktv, who often breaks news before the local media picks up on a story, retweeted a Tweet from a local Punjabi Radio journalist that named him.

Yet the Hindu News outlets in India picked up on the story almost instantly. I find that suspicious. It's almost as if they were waiting for it to happen. Either that or the intelligence community sent out a press release as soon as it happened. Over in England MI6 sent out a press release to the Independent. Their article names Hardeep and refers to him as a wanted fugitive. Hold on a second. I don't think he was hiding from anyone. They imply that a Hindu priest was actually murdered in 2021. I find that suspicious too. Why would a radical murder a Hindu priest? That would be very inflammatory. This brings back the whole Sikh genocide in India.

In 1984 the government of India launched an attack on the Sikh Golden Temple in India. It was supported by India's Intelligence agency. Let's remember that Pakistan's intelligence agency has close ties to the CIA. "The KGB intelligence agency of the Soviet Union had tipped off India's Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) about a joint operation between Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the United States' Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to stir separatist unrest in the Indian state of Punjab." Operation Blue Star was the preplanned result.

2nd Update: Evidently on January 31st 2021, two gunmen stormed a Hindu temple in Punjab and shot a priest as well as a 16 year old girl. IF Hardeep was involved with that then of course he deserved to be capped. The question is, was he? There was no trial. I'll tell you why that case is fishy. Hardeep Singh Nijjar was born in that village. The year before that he was designated as a terrorist by the Indian government. It kinda looks like a set up. That is the CIA's MO.

CSIS had a handler that planned the Air India bombing and CSIS provided the explosives. That is not a conspiracy theory that is a historical fact. The RCMP testified to that fact in court. If CSIS hadn't provided the explosives, that heinous attack never would have happened.


  1. Yeah when they can't get you on real charges, "conspiracy". Sketchy people, "new friends" trying to engage you in conversation about things that if you did them would be against the law....that's conspiracy right there.

  2. Well written article

    1. It all comes back to Air India. Why would Sikhs kill Sikhs? It didn't make sense.


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