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On 28 february 1993 khalistani movement ended with the shaheedi of baba gurbachan singh manochahal. .baba thakur singh ji said that the movement will shift by 20 years and the bachans have come true

on 28 february 2013 pope has resigned and the seat is vacant for the next pope that wil play a major role in world war 3

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The potential loss of life in such a conflict seems to be anticipated with glee on this forum, and I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that. I wonder if the doom-mongers own families were in the firing

baba thakur singh ji's every bachan will come true slowly slowly including the return of santji.

You've not suffered much have you bro? :biggrin2: Nah I'm just kidding. It's easy to talk about duality when passing judgement on other people's lives and situations, and you are right that we should

The potential loss of life in such a conflict seems to be anticipated with glee on this forum, and I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that. I wonder if the doom-mongers own families were in the firing line would they be so magnanimous with their proclamations of delight regarding the deaths of millions?

Yeah, They seem to think millions of potential deaths is fun. Do you remember that thread about floods on 21st Dec. 2012?

Is there a source somewhere we could see?

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The potential loss of life in such a conflict seems to be anticipated with glee on this forum, and I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that. I wonder if the doom-mongers own families were in the firing line would they be so magnanimous with their proclamations of delight regarding the deaths of millions?

I fully agree with you, and could start a tangent topic on this on another eternally hot issue, but lets not go there. Not only it would (a.) bring an irritatingly spiced up sensation in some people who may disagree, but (b.) I myself support the cause, minus the loss of life.
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Why do so many people seem like they're getting excited over the prospect that WW3 could happen? I think people have forgotten the 21/12/12 too soon.

Havent you heard? World Wars are the bread and butter of being Sikh! It's the only time we're useful. I bet the Germans are already sharpening their bayonets- what gleeful fun it will all be!!!! Like one big violent reunion!!!!!!!!

Seriously though and jokes aside, havent we all been here before? Before World War 1 various figures in the Sikh community were talking about that the Khalsa and Britannia would overcome great evil in coming wars and together they would remake a great world for Sikhs and Britons alike. It turns out the Brits had no intention of treating Sikhs equally (Komagata Maru, Jallianwala Bagh etc) and that these supposedly clairvoyant leaders happened to be in the pay of the British Indian government. The supposedly evil enemies were just as human as us and just happened to be pawns in a game far beyond our comprehension.

So what's the angle this time?

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I fully agree with you, and could start a tangent topic on this on another eternally hot issue, but lets not go there. Not only it would (a.) bring an irritatingly spiced up sensation in some people who may disagree, but (b.) I myself support the cause, minus the loss of life.

Me too, but many of those waiting with bated breath for those times will need to come to terms with the fact that it will not be a bloodless coup for either side.

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I was talking to some of my colleagues who were Catholics ...they said there is believe in their catholic circle that whoever the next pope will be would eventually be anti christ then there would be apocalypse type event..no sure in what form.

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I was talking to some of my colleagues who were Catholics ...they said there is believe in their catholic circle that whoever the next pope will be would eventually be anti christ then there would be apocalypse type event..no sure in what form.

Yes, the belief is that if the next pope is black then he will be the one who gets things going, lol. I doubt anything will happen if he is black (or even if he's not). That would mean the plans for the end of the world have been common knowledge for many, many years. :giggle:

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