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  1. 22 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

    If above is true then do you really think that CIA/UK/USA failed against india in 80's ? super 3rd world country where having a tv in home during 80's with one channel broadcasting was considered delicacy thing to have in household. ?

    I think some writer used the word Kali the godess and added the word Stan for country. Bit like how the Simpson's have managed to predict some events.

  2. 5 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

    Outliers sent by God to reform but whose efforts are overwhelmed by the majority.

    Or a slightly more cynical perspective: individuals who realise the evil and the contradictions of the religion they're born into, but are too afraid to leave or make waves against the status quo, so decide to straddle the fence by nudging for introspection whilst not making themselves enemies of the orthodoxy.

    Bhagat Kabir would be a poor example of someone reforming Islam. His Shabads are the most critical of Islamic theology and his most famous verse "Awwal Allah Noor Upaiya" which is used (wrongly) as a solidarity Shabad by those who do not even read it all is an outright negation of the concept of Allah contained in the Quran. 

  3. 7 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

    Since delving into the subject of karma and reincarnation from authentic Vedic sources (not cucked Western interpretations), I have to say my theory is that Islam must be the first religion a soul must "pass through" once it leaves the joon-class of janwars and four-legged creatures (and even from demons and whatnot), and enters the class of human joons. Other religions are far from perfect, but, frig me, Islam is something else. I guess the "lesson" for the soul that a few janams born into Islam provides is to develop a rudimentary form of deference to spiritual authority (that can never be learned from a laissez-faire belief system) even if that lesson comes at the expense of the human conscience.

    Interesting thought. I remember elder members of my family used to say that those people who appear incapable of human emotions and general humanity had been born into a human body before their time. Some kind of glitch has caused them to be born in a human body before they had gone through the necessary experience and development in other life forms which would have set them up to attain human birth.

    Watching that video of those girls being attacked in Pakistan, their abusers do display classic pack like behaviour. 

    Unfortunately for those born into Islam, both nature and nurture screws them up for life! 

  4. On 4/24/2022 at 2:56 PM, dallysingh101 said:

    Yeah, and I also have an inkling that recent converts from Majha and Doaba milk this fictitious 'connection' when these people's decedents weren't even Sikhs then. 

    Doesn't the very fact that a convert to Sikhi becomes a son of Guru Gobind Singh give him the right to claim all of our heritage from Guru Nanak to now? 

  5. He's been constantly attacking Deep Sidhu because he feels that he has not been getting the publicity that he deserves. Who is he as a comrade to tell us who we should or should not consider our Shaheed? Having made a mess of his entry into Punjab politics it irks him that Deep Sidhu's had such an impact and he has pretty much been ignored by the voters. 

    In the elections he is a comrade but when it comes to misleading Sikhs in a Gurdwara he is the biggest follower of the Gurus. The man is a hypocrite. I would not be surprised if his family background has some comrade gaddar family members who acted as informers against the Kharkoos in the 80s. 

     

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