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Why hasn't anyone stopped 3HO from doing all of their manmat? If someone is new to Sikhi wouldn't that soul get permanently lost or extremely delayed in their journey to Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji's message going to these people?

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Probably worried about being labelled as intolerant and insular. They are easy targets though. Whilst I try to never invoke moral equivalency, what makes 3HO's brand of manmat any worse than the manmat occurring in the holy institutions in Punjab?

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Probably worried about being labelled as intolerant and insular. They are easy targets though. Whilst I try to never invoke moral equivalency, what makes 3HO's brand of manmat any worse than the manmat occurring in the holy institutions in Punjab?

their manmat is done on purpose with blessings of RSS sponsored guru Yogi Harbhajan (deceased), they are still stuck deferring to his ideas of sikhi rather than Guru ji's ...The fact that most people have heard about dodgy goings on at miri piri academy , that white sikhs have been taught by yoji that they are the perfect superior sikhs makes them disregard everything they hear from Desi sikhs .. so if we say stop doing that they just why you aren't even proper sikhs... so the beadbhi will continue .

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Why hasn't anyone stopped 3HO from doing all of their manmat? If someone is new to Sikhi wouldn't that soul get permanently lost or extremely delayed in their journey to Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji's message going to these people?

3HO, is I guess a scam, they pay like what 300 bucks and its just annoying..

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Probably worried about being labelled as intolerant and insular. They are easy targets though. Whilst I try to never invoke moral equivalency, what makes 3HO's brand of manmat any worse than the manmat occurring in the holy institutions in Punjab?

The difference is the Punjab institutions are fighting to be free, while 3HO is still in the same position. (2015 Sarbat Khalsa was an example of this).

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