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Which anti-Sikh process and individuals elected makker and SGPC to rule over our religious and political affairs?

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Which anti-Sikh process and individuals elected makker and SGPC to rule over our religious and political affairs?

Fake "sikhs" elected them with some Hindu/Indian force, (as in that they will literally be thinking as there's no other way for the Panth).

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Well it all started when the Singh Sabah kicked the nihangs out of the akal takhat and speared the dasam Granth sahib that was parkash there and threw it out of the window.

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Well it all started when the Singh Sabah kicked the nihangs out of the akal takhat and speared the dasam Granth sahib that was parkash there and threw it out of the window.

That spearing part is a blatant lie being spread by Niddar and his chellas. No such thing ever happened since the Singh Sabhias and Akalis were also believers in Dasam Granth.

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Well it all started when the Singh Sabah kicked the nihangs out of the akal takhat and speared the dasam Granth sahib that was parkash there and threw it out of the window.

Isn't Hazoor Sahib a nihang stronghold, yet they still have BJPs Tara Singh on the scene..

Is it not the Sikhs fault (Amritdhari/Keshdhari) who vote in SAD(Badal) members into SPGC by large numbers? I mean they took 157 of 170 seats last time, giving them exclusive control over SGPC.

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Isn't Hazoor Sahib a nihang stronghold, yet they still have BJPs Tara Singh on the scene..

Is it not the Sikhs fault (Amritdhari/Keshdhari) who vote in SAD(Badal) members into SPGC by large numbers? I mean they took 157 of 170 seats last time, giving them exclusive control over SGPC.

Even though it's never too late to see the oldies protesting out in Punjab in their thousands, it's the oldies that are to blame. Each election they voted in Badal and Co [sAD} each time the Badals failed but still they thought because he's a so called Sikh that's better than the alternative. Now we have SAD & BJP, we're stuck, but glad the dharnas are taking place. This is only happening as Baba Ranjit Singh and other well known Kirtanis are endorsing and participating, or this would have fizzled out ages ago.

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That spearing part is a blatant lie being spread by Niddar and his chellas. No such thing ever happened since the Singh Sabhias and Akalis were also believers in Dasam Granth.

Shall I show you a picture of the dasam Granth that was speared? It is kept at the patiala library.

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Even though it's never too late to see the oldies protesting out in Punjab in their thousands, it's the oldies that are to blame. Each election they voted in Badal and Co [sAD} each time the Badals failed but still they thought because he's a so called Sikh that's better than the alternative. Now we have SAD & BJP, we're stuck, but glad the dharnas are taking place. This is only happening as Baba Ranjit Singh and other well known Kirtanis are endorsing and participating, or this would have fizzled out ages ago.

I my experience, Badal and co have been voted in by the masses each election based on thsee 2 simple pre-election promises made by his local candidates:

  1. Pukki shadk (paved road) leading up to the voter's khoo (well) and fields
  2. Free bijli (electricity) for the farmer

Honest to truth, I've been in rural Punjab during election time and these 2 promises are always the ones that sway the vote. The way I see it then, we Sikhs in the west should each do our bit by collectively paying for pend development in terms of paved roads and electricity and spread Sikhi at the same time. If you think of it in terms of Badal being a plate of out of date dodgy doner kebeb meat, we the people being the stomach and the dodgy meat lining the inside of our colon instead of being passed down to the toilet........We need to cut out the middle man (the people)....i.e flush the dodgy meat (Badal) straight down the toilet.

We, collectively, have enough financial power to ensure his pre-election promises are no longer valid or neccessary.

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Shall I show you a picture of the dasam Granth that was speared? It is kept at the patiala library.

You are the same person who thinks Santu nihang was a great Sikh, right?

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The Singh Sabha through out the corrupt Mahants. These people carried out the Nankana Sahib massacre, gave awards to the British General who carried out the Amritsar massacres. Made the Harmandar Sahib a place for idol worshippers and criminals. Interesting the people that were removed did not build another Gurdwara but the Durgania Mandir indicating what type of people they were.

The Buddha Dal are nothing like that of old, Santa Singh acting as Indras servant is a recent example.

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Well it all started when the Singh Sabah kicked the nihangs out of the akal takhat and speared the dasam Granth sahib that was parkash there and threw it out of the window.

Don't Nihangs not give Khand-Di-Pahul to women? They give them some of that Kirpan-Di-Amrit instead with less than Panj Pyare, (1 Pyare). Do we need people like that in control of the Akal Takht? (I'm one of the ones who are lenient on Nihangs, but won't just let them do anything).

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The Mahants that ran the Gurdwaras were a very immoral group. The Mahants kept several women ,used the Gurdwara property as their own and did not follow Sikhi at all.These are the people the Nakali Nihangs revere saying they followed the original Sikhi!

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http://www.sikh-history.com/sikhhist/events/gurbagh.html

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