Forty-seven head of states gathered in the capital of the United States of America to participate in the Nuclear Security Summit which began on April 12. India's Chief, Council of Ministers, Manmohan Singh met the Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Mr. Singh specifically advised his Canadian counterpart Harper to suppress the Sikhs, who are separatists [reflects that he is not a Sikh]. What a strange thing that Manmohan Singh, a Sikh himself, is suggesting the Canadian Prime Minister that the Sikhs are separatists. Does Mr. Singh, supposedly a clean and honest person in the eyes of the head of states of our world and the international news media, like to tell his other head of states of the Nuclear Summit, tell that he himself is not a democratically elected Prime Minister of India. Rather, he is a 'selected or handpicked person by a handful and president of the Congress party of his country. He has not been elected by the electorates of any constituency of the Indian parliament. A non-elected and a selected person by his master, Sonia Gandhi, and the opponents of Sonia Gandhi's parliamentarian colleagues, I did not have any choice but to accept the offer of the 'Brahmins-Hindus' parliamentarians, because none of them was capable to become the Chief, Council of Ministers, the New Delhi administration, due to their in-fighting as reflected several times in the 'Brahmins-Hindus' parliament, known as the Lok Sabha or the Lower House of the 'Brahmins-Hindus alleged Indian democracy'. Resultantly, the Indian parliamentarians could not find a democratically elected person by the Indian voters. What a strange functioning of the Indian democracy, the democracy of the 'Brahmins-Hindus', who have been masters for the practice of the shameless apartheid, devious, divisive, criminal and deceitful people. Mr. Singh's calling the Sikhs as 'separatists' is quite a strange example of the morally impotent and corrupt parliamentarians, which is not any 'unusual' happening as far as the 'Brahmins-Hindus' law-makers are concerned. Would Mr. Singh answers to the Sikh Diaspora and their fellow heads of the international community that the 'unelected' 'Brahmins-Hindus' leadership did not 'robb' the Sikhs of Punjab, the Sikh Nation, the First Secular and Sovereign State of South Asia, from 1799 to 14th March, 1849? The Sikhs have been 'struggling to regain their sovereignty, independence and political power, which was surrendered to no one else but the British Empire on 14th March, 1849. The unelected 'Brahmins-Hindus' politicians, after regaining their independence, made the Sikhs of Punjab a *'Landless Sikh Nation, PUNJAB*' on 15th August, 1947. Why Mr. Singh is telling his Canadian counterpart that the Sikhs are separatists? This is just because the Sikhs have been made a 'Landless Nation, devoid of their constitutional rights, and they have 'swallowed' the Sikh religion, and made it a 'sect' of the Hindus and their -ism. It should not be overlooked that the 'Hindus are neither a religion nor a culture'; whereas, the Sikhs are the fifth largest religion of the world. Mr. Singh should make it clear that he did not lie to the members of the Commission of the United Nations Human Rights, Vienna, Austria, 15-25th August, 1993, that he then Finance Minister of the P V Rao administration said: "I being a Sikh find no abuse of Human Rights of Sikhs much less any minorities in India." His statement was refuted in the strongest possible word by the Sikhs of the Europe and North America, who had been participating and attending the Human Rights Commission. The fact remains that Manmohan Singh, being an unelected member of the Indian parliament, is merely a Chief, Council of Ministers, to serve the 'Brahmins-Hindus' of India. As such, he has been acting as a mouthpiece of his Brahmins-Hindus masters, to please them as well as acting against the 'Facts of the South Asian history' and to brand the Sikhs separatists, like his cabinet colleague, Kamal Nath, who had been visiting Canada in March/April, 2010. Interestingly, the latter has been summoned to appear before a Court of Justice in the United States for 'committing crimes against humanity'. Mr. Singh, being the assistant to the then Home Minister in 1984, P V Rao, has also committed crimes against the Sikhs by not telling his role in a brutal military "Operation Bluestar" of June, 1984, in which Indian armed forces had taken a toll of more than 250,000 innocent Sikhs. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and The Sikhs!!