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Not trying to sound like a controversy theorist, but isn't it a sikh prophecy that includes a line 

"Cheen roos hind pe chad aawe" (chin and russia will invade india)

and after a gruesome war and resulting anarchy khalsa raj would come over all of india.

Is that what bhindrawale ji meant when he said "The day indian army steps in darbar sahib, the foundation of khalistan will be laid "?

So is khalisatan still building subtly and we just don't know it yet because its not manifested in this world but perhaps a chain of events had already started in 1984 which would in coming decades lead to the prophecy coming true 

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From my own research it (khalsa raaj) will happen in chaotic like situation in Hindustan. War between Hindus and Muslims of the sub continent will likely happen, eventually this will result in Khalsa Raaj. The signs are already showing for those who are looking.

 

China will probably fully help the Muslims in all of this with weapons against Hindu India.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

From my own research it (khalsa raaj) will happen in chaotic like situation in Hindustan. War between Hindus and Muslims of the sub continent will likely happen, eventually this will result in Khalsa Raaj. The signs are already showing for those who are looking.

 

China will probably fully help the Muslims in all of this with weapons against Hindu India.

 

 

Research? Wat exactly you researched on

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On 2017-6-30 at 6:25 PM, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Not trying to sound like a controversy theorist, but isn't it a sikh prophecy that includes a line 

"Cheen roos hind pe chad aawe" (chin and russia will invade india)

and after a gruesome war and resulting anarchy khalsa raj would come over all of india.

Is that what bhindrawale ji meant when he said "The day indian army steps in darbar sahib, the foundation of khalistan will be laid "?

So is khalisatan still building subtly and we just don't know it yet because its not manifested in this world but perhaps a chain of events had already started in 1984 which would in coming decades lead to the prophecy coming true 

And then ajeetsinghpunjabi wakes up and realises it was all a dream. And also realises that pigs will not be able to fly. 

awww

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39 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

And then ajeetsinghpunjabi wakes up and realises it was all a dream. And also realises that pigs will not be able to fly. 

awww

Why so negative? 

Look at wat cud happen. China not pakistan is looking to be asias superpower. Egoistic india wants same title for itself. That will trigger

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Truth is Iran has put in pro 

1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Why so negative? 

Look at wat cud happen. China not pakistan is looking to be asias superpower. Egoistic india wants same title for itself. That will trigger

yeah India is going to be hit soon either by China or Iran

Iran has warned India about it's treatment of Kashmiris

 

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Why so negative? 

Look at wat cud happen. China not pakistan is looking to be asias superpower. Egoistic india wants same title for itself. That will trigger

Pakistan and China are allies if you haven't noticed, Pakistan is the first and only Muslim country in the world to own nuclear weapons, despite being a 3rd world country and only 9 countries in the whole world own nukes, (Russia, North Korea, America, China, Israel, France, India and U.K. are the other 8). You know what all 9 of these countries also share? None of them are in any serious threat from a foreign nation, while they can threaten other countries. Even India and Pakistan have softened wars with each other because of nukes. 

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3 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Why so negative? 

Look at wat cud happen. China not pakistan is looking to be asias superpower. Egoistic india wants same title for itself. That will trigger

Actually you could be right. 

Lets all protect ajeet as he knows all the secrets of India. He could get assassinated any time. How did you gain this secret classified information? 

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