Jump to content

Leaderboard

Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 07/26/2021 in all areas

  1. They know what they're getting themselves into. They aren't children. In most cases, this period of their life becomes a "war story" of sorts they look back on and chuckle about amongst themselves in private. Empathy should be reserved for those with similar values. Most of these people are sociopaths who wouldn't urinate on any of us if we were on fire. I had the misfortune of working with these exact brand of Sikhs for 18 months a few years back when I was getting back on my feet, and I promise you they possess ZERO of the sentimentality that we pampered, gullible, and out-of-touch West
    4 points
  2. Sikh martial art 'Gatka' earning sport status A govt official goes all-out to get Gatka the recognition it deserves, at home and abroad, writes Harpreet Bajwa https://www.newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/2021/aug/01/sikh-martial-art-gatka-earning-sport-status-2338347.html 01st August 2021 09:47 AM | Last Updated: 01st August 2021 09:47 AM | A+A A- The NGAI headed by Harjee
    3 points
  3. Lots of serious debate going on lately (which is good). Let's have a laugh too:
    3 points
  4. When the cornerstone of Sikh religious philosophy (that's been repeatedly expounded to the sangat for centuries) is of a beloved Sikh sevadar who provided succour to enemy combatants on the battlefield rendering the soldierly efforts of his fellow Sikhs to be next to useless, is held up as an aspirational mentality to be cherished and emulated, then what else should we expect?
    3 points
  5. What's the west have to do with this? We can discuss the topic of casteism from a Sikhi framework between ourselves that's nothing to do with the west. Plus you're wrong, the west as a norm tries to breakdown structures of all indigenous people they encounter. Yes, because they fell on their knees and lived like sycophantic, subjugated rats for a long time. They became the play things and tools of conquerors and collaborated with them to survive, shitting on their own that they deemed beneath them in the caste hierarchy, because they weren't manly enough to take on their en
    3 points
  6. You need to rub this stuff in gorays faces throughout the globe. If it were a bunch of jew childrens graves found, they'd have it all over the media for ages, but because these people aren't white, and the discovery also highlights just how dirtily savage these whites can be (which goes against their 'paragons of civility' narrative, they'll try and play it down. We should also remember that behind all the friendly facade, this is what they are like. And also remember why Guru ji made shasters/ashters so important for us.
    3 points
  7. My very first job (decades ago) was in a infamous desi warehouse that catered to off licenses. Those guys were quality. Honorable, tough (and it was the 80s!) but with heart. They would f**k people up frequently, but they had that sort of honorable quality of not abusing or exploiting the vulnerable. Working with apnay (which I still do periodically) has gone downhill since then. And I think it's a relatively modern thing. I think the pressures of the early days made Sikhs band together and be more unified in work environments (I'm also talking about what I sort of saw growing up around
    2 points
  8. In my experience that's true, but I've seen the exact same brand of unhinged behaviour from "shaehriyeh lok" i.e. people who pride themselves on not living in pinds like those pendu "sorts" they think are beneath them. It's so pervasive in the culture regardless of background it's actually rather sickening. I found myself drawn to the god-forsaken Pakistani and non-Sikh Indians for some respite and common sense! Imagine: your own people are such a lost cause that Muslims and Baiyeh are preferable as company, because they actually know how to treat a person with decency. That little period in m
    2 points
  9. Some serious ugly truths there........... Seen it in construction many times. And let's keep it real, it's rural Sikhs that are most sociopathic.
    2 points
  10. They have the best networking abilities I have ever seen Shittar is the only language they understand.
    2 points
  11. These women are more savvy and street-smart than a born-and-raised Western, middle-class Sikh male. Fact. They all (the men) have deception, wiles and charm in their arsenal but they have no response to violence and intimidation. That's one guaranteed way to get them in line. They also have that pathological Indian need to defer to whiteness, which is rather amusing and simultaneously pathetic to observe.
    2 points
  12. 100 per cent agreement here. People (particularly us outsiders) fail to see how well connected these guys are with their mobile phones They have friends and relatives all over the world and know every country's loop-holes as they share this information amongst themselves. Even bibian in Punjab who has never ventured outside knows exactly what type of visa is needed for each country and what kind of work they have. They know exactly what they are doing.
    2 points
  13. History... written... victors... etc. Losers of wars are seldom provided the courtesy of constructing the narrative and terms of their defeat. If anything they're demonised and humiliated, and accused of doing the very feats they were at pains to avoid.
    2 points
  14. “Learn Shudh Gurbani” app from app store is great
    2 points
  15. 2 points
  16. The people getting roped into fighting wars will need PHDs in religious philosophy and an extra requirement of rubber brains to navigate the mental gymnastics apne churn out at times to justify certain concepts. Just accept it's okay to want to see your enemy dead. I don't want to hug him or love him. I want his blood, not his friendship. The rest are superfluous concepts too complex for Punjabi minds that have never been adhered to in the cold harsh reality of war, and if true would get good men killed needlessly.
    2 points
  17. I suppose Bhagat Ravidas Ji's heart-wrenching lamentations about caste discrimination (which later became part of Gurbani) were just a figment of his imagination?
    2 points
  18. What do you propose we view them as when they become the enemy again ONLY because they were nursed back to health by our side? If we keep healing them and they return to reduce our numbers thanks to our demented efforts to please God knows who, what then? It's cloud cuckoo-land. Who fights a war to WIN with such a horribly confused philosophy hanging over their heads? Too late for this now. My cynical self suspects this to be revisionisim to save face or rectify centuries of damaging parchaar that has had the opposite affect of what was intended. NOT ONE giani or kathavachak has
    2 points
  19. anything that shows the love for khalsa and to serve poor as Guru ji showed is pretty much trustable but when it goes one to praise 'brahmin' singhs you know its BS because 'kul nash, varaan nash, dharam nash' doctrine of Amrit sanchar.
    2 points
  20. For our people, faking, lying and bragging is seen as a good thing. Being humble is seen as foolish Perception and self-deception is everything
    2 points
  21. That's a bit unfair. Whole countries such as USA and Canada were erased using starvation as a tool of war as the people were not seen as useful. Africans were tortured and enslaved due to their usefulness in physical labour. So why couldn't they resist the onslaught of the West? India's GDP was 40% before the Islamic invasions so we must have been doing something right. At the time of British takeover GDP was 23%. By the time they left it was 2%. As the media is wholly controlled by the West I'd ignore their attempts at painting us in a negative light. That's part of their psycholo
    2 points
  22. Until we go through all our extant puratan text's sakhis and understand which were actually contemporary/close contemporary to our Gurus physical time, we can't tell which sakhis are later incorporations, or ones given prominence during the dubious colonial period to make us docile.
    2 points
  23. fakeness is the name of the game these days , it was cringeworthy when the uncles and aunties used get together to throwdown their kids' achievements but now it is beyond stupid . The lies start flowing and then the upmanship annihilates any person's sense in a 20 mile radius. I refuse to be drawn into this when relatives ask after the kids because I used to hate what their BS made my mum feel inadequate though I was an A+ student.
    2 points
  24. The closest thing I found was a commentary of the documentary which isn't very complimentary, with quite cutting commentary from his late wife. https://www.sikhnet.com/news/young-sikh-grateful-jagraj-singhs-legacy-its-beyond-me
    2 points
  25. Gurjant Singh Chela! After seeing the effectiveness of Bhai Gurjant Singh, the butcher D.G.P. Ribeiro got the most brutal S.H.O. Mith Singh appointed at the Bage Purane Police station, which was adjoining to Bhai Sahib's village in Thana Baga. The S.H.O made Bhai Sahib's family his target for meting out police brutality and being unjust, this brute got the front Iron Gate from Bhai Sahibs house removed and placed it at the police station. He humiliated Bhai Sahib's father by dragging him by the hair, in the heat of the Punjabi summer in front of the police station and made a public displa
    2 points
  26. I betcha they disbursed sangat members. This is the same police group who is in bed with anti-sikh british folks and raised sikh activist homes?
    2 points
  27. Today's so call Sikh Missionary (Mis-Nari)
    2 points
  28. Whilst the facts of Empire are interesting, his personal views leave alot to be desired. He either seems to be politically naive or wants to appease his peer group both in and out of the Cambridge circle perhaps as a result of being targeted and physically threatened. So it becomes a little difficult to take him seriously as he seems to be an Establishment piece a la BBC. I mean anyone who says things like the Queen is politically neutral hasn't really got a clue. I might ask him to read David Icke to widen his scope.
    2 points
  29. and of Course Baba Buddha ji trained Guru Har Gobind ji in shastra vidhiya
    2 points
  30. This just shows how totalitarian Islam is. The government gets involved in the love life of its citizenship.
    2 points
  31. lovely weather today in London:
    2 points
  32. Back in my day there was worse than that! People with dogs didn't pick up the tutti like they do now. Koota shyte was all over the pavements. If you got a new pair of trainers - it was almost guaranteed that you'd step into some, and then spend 15 minutes looking for patches of grass to wipe that sh1t off with (which never came off fully). lol! Plus dogs wondering around in gangs because people would just let them out on the streets like they were cats.....
    2 points
  33. when you are on war footing you protect yourself and your own unless you're a total mental case , and a proper warrior is not driven by anger/wrath because it makes you careless and vulnerable to manipulation; that's why being nirbhau nirvair mentality releases you from that trap. You have a duty on the field and in daily life and the two need you to be unwavering in your aim ; I believe that the code of conduct that Dashmesh Pita ji gave us for the battlefield is the best ; do not attack the surrendered, the ones fleeing the field, the women/children/elderly i.e. be a honourable person. Meet
    1 point
  34. there has been vaaran /caste since early days of manusmitri and every Brahmin has used it to make themselves useful to invaders as they sold their skills as master manipulators of society else how could handfuls of people control multi millions ?They did it during the islamic invaders reign and then switched when the angrez/portuguese arrived . Guru Sahiban removed the leprosy of vaaran from our consciouness but with the interference of Angrez and their flying monkeys the brahmins they inserted dubious texts into our literature which allowed the poisonous mentality back
    1 point
  35. to this end I find Ravi Singh's advice to give your daswand to Khalsa aid , fairly cretinous same with sikh channel (which promotes LGBT slant on gurbani) and sikhnet and its affiliates . Doing charity work is good and praiseworthy but it doesn't have the same level in sikhi as it is also very likely to increase haumai in giver and agency receiving, which kind of self-defeating . Khalsa aid is NOT doing nishkam sewa exactly and neither are the sgpc dgmc who do it the use of daswand for photo opps and political scores
    1 point
  36. I do believe that , remember he also was part of the team who hand built Akal Takht too
    1 point
  37. Posted this in this discussion two years ago. I think the following video provides evidence for this:
    1 point
  38. https://www.saanichnews.com/news/photos-sikh-motorcycle-group-starts-cross-canada-charity-tour-in-victoria/ PHOTOS: Sikh motorcycle group starts cross-Canada charity tour in Victoria JAKE ROMPHF Jul. 17, 2021 5:00 p.m. LOCAL NEWS NEWS Picture 10 of 10 Previous The Legendary Sikh Riders started their cross-Canada tour, to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundati
    1 point
  39. Another interesting book that i read long time ago.. https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Man_Who_Would_Be_King.html?id=R2Q51iIenvEC The Man Who Would Be King is the riveting story that inspired Kipling's classic tale and a John Huston movieIn the year 1838, a young adventurer, surrounded by his native troops and mounted on an elephant, raised the American flag on the summit of the Hindu Kush in the mountainous wilds of Afghanistan. He declared himself Prince of Ghor, Lord of the Hazarahs, spiritual and military heir to Alexander the Great.The true story of Josiah Harlan, a Pe
    1 point
  40. I think the below is a darbaar record reference (from Suri's UUT) to the previously posted account of the mutilated Akali (from Honigberger's work which I reposted below also). It looks like the nihang was severely beaten too: I introduced to our distinguished guests. Col. Wade and Dr. Murray, an Akalee or Nahung, whose nose, ears and hands had been cut off by order of Runjeet Sing (he had even deserved the gallows ), and whose nose had been so well restored in the mountains that we were all surprised, and confessed it could not have been better done in Europe. As we know
    1 point
  41. I've had a lot of that over the years. Be careful. These c**ts try and break bodies down over time. I think they learnt and developed the strategy/techniques on plantations myself.
    1 point
  42. It sounds like you need neem. I'm gonna look for it next time I'm in the Sri Lankan store. There's science behind it too. I think neem oil has antibacterial properties. So the trace amounts in the twigs are probably the active component?
    1 point
  43. Plz read sheyar no 155,156,157,158,159
    1 point
  44. YES! Sex before marriage is a bujjar kureth. Also keep in mind what Panj Pyaare stated at your Amrit Sanchar. I like to add, All Panj state different things and what they stated stays with YOU only. There are good reasons we do not go sharing details of our at time at the Sanchar.
    1 point
  45. A key event will be when the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution will be repealed under the pretence of a great step forward for democracy. When that occurs i think it's safe to say the countdown to the end is well and truly on. I'm beginning to now understand why a population should be armed and not be at the mercy of its government. That way lies oppression, internment, and death. They're already heavily leaning on NZ gun-owners to turn in their weapons since the Christchurch shooting earlier this year. Those of us in Europe where even god forsaken butter knives are considered a dang
    1 point
  • advertisement_alt
  • advertisement_alt
  • advertisement_alt


  • Newsletter

    Want to keep up to date with all our latest news and information?
    Sign Up
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use