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  1. http://www.<banned>.com/?p=3818 These Missionary/Kala Afghana/Guru Granth Da Khalsa Panth people need to stop being so anti Hindu. They are so anti-hindu that they stretch things so far and bend over backwards so much that it's like a comedy show going on. They need to get a checkup on their mental health. Don't they know that milk represents many different things? Milk represents purity and cleanliness. Milk comes from cows, which are peaceful animals for the most part. Milk is viewed as a valuable product, especially in India where poverty is almost everywhere. Especially in the olden days, I'm pretty sure it wasn't available to everyone. Milk is a sign of royalty/special treatment. Milk is also used to bathe. Egyptian queens bathed in milk for example. Some woman do so to this day as well once in a while. Some woman wash their face with milk daily. etc, etc, etc. The Darbar Sahib floors are marble if I am not mistaken. Some people say use milk to clean marble, some say don't. Some say milk is acidic, some say it's not. Here is some quick links I pulled up: http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load/kitchbath/msg042321386750.html http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/c/cleaning-marble/ http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?p=34813 http://www.designsponge.com/2013/01/before-after-cleaning-and-restoring-marble.html http://chemistry.about.com/od/foodchemistryfaqs/a/Is-Milk-An-Acid-Or-A-Base.htm For people who claim to want to stay as far away as possible to Charitropakhiaan, I can understand from analyzing their mentality why they would want to stay away from it. Like come on guys... it's milk. Can't you think of anything else other than Shiv Ji's semen? They can't even logically think about milk. No wonder they can't even read Charitropakhiaan with a straight mind.
  2. Sardari TV is a a half hour television program that airs on Vision TV here in Canada every Saturday at 5:00 PM Est. http://www.visiontv.ca/shows/sardari/ The show is hosted by a man named Rana Sidhu. Over the last month I noticed anti-gurmat discussions during his religious segment. He has often put on tapes of a well known Kala Afghana/Missionary parcharak Sarbjit Dhunda on his show as well as intervied another Kala Afghana parcharak Gurbachan Thailand wala. In today's program he had another missionary person who was giving a response to a Sant Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale diwan recording, pointing out what was wrong with what Baba Ranjit Singh was saying. Information about Gurbachan Thailand Wala: http://www.sikhsanga...gurdwara-sahib/ Rana Sidhu posts the recordings of his show on the internet so here are some examples. Dhunda http://www.youtube.c...u/8/CyXrq4s3_4A http://www.youtube.c.../14/sg_qGqYvdtc Thailand wala http://www.youtube.c...u/2/4dIwhHKP3Tc http://www.youtube.c...u/1/KJHMzmdQID4 This program is shown across Canada on Vision TV and I'm sure thousands of people see it every week. I have not heard a single person speaking out about Sardari TV's anti-Gurmat activities, which is very alarming. This has been going on for months. Anti-Gurmat preachers, with whom Rana Ranbir probably shares views, have been given air time on his show every week. It seems to me very few people, if any, are aware of what they are watching. Unsuspecting viewers across Canada may be believing that what they hear on this show is real Sikhi, influencing a lot of people to belive in falsehood and drift away from Gurmat teachings. I don't think this guy should be allowed to continue what he is doing. What can we do to stop him?
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