Jump to content
singhunit

Harsimranjit Singh Khera

Recommended Posts

So am i, hopefully a sign people got more sense then to get involved in idle gossip. Hardly going get you any closer to akaal. 

Naam japo, pray for sarbhat da bhalla and that waheguru give gursikhs the buddi and strength to live a kamai wala jeevan.

 

 

  • Thanks 1
  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
10 hours ago, singhunit said:

is this related to today's story about PTC  channel being pursued by lawyers for SFUK for misrepresentation  of the organisation by showing a video of an individual and mentioning them?

  • Like 1
  • Haha 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

In decades gone by if a Sikh fought for Khalistan his body would be targeted for destruction. Nowadays they choose to destroy your reputation and your spirit. This is the state of the game. If you want to play with the big boys and upset their plans, you best hope there aren't any skeletons in your closet or that you're not up to bakwaas on the side while trying to position yourself as a kaum da heera or something of that sort, not that I'm suggesting the guy in the article was doing such a thing. Just something to ponder.

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If this Singh was a Nihang Singh I bet this will be posted everywhere, but he's a "Khalistani" brother so we'll leave him alone.

 

  • Like 1
  • Thanks 1
  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
41 minutes ago, singhunit said:

Don't quite understand why this has not quite turned into the hatred that Nirvair Khalsa Jatha got

maybe people don't know as much about the guy generally , also he has not responded to accusations yet . The other thing also is engaging the enemy on their set-up arena is not how to handle the situation , rather internal discussion and distancing this individual from his prominent position

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

maybe people don't know as much about the guy generally , also he has not responded to accusations yet . The other thing also is engaging the enemy on their set-up arena is not how to handle the situation , rather internal discussion and distancing this individual from his prominent position

How the @!#$ are you defending this guy?

  • Like 1
  • Thanks 1
  • Haha 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, jakare said:

How the @!#$ are you defending this guy?

I'm not , but I would seriously want to know who he really is , who put him up in that position(was it a set-up) , PTC is the mouthpiece of the Badal/BJP machine  so I wouldn't start a convo with them  as this is what they want i.e. mudslinging on Sikh image  . I would talk to the guy directly via the federation and get his filthy circus act out of the whole media spotlight and him fired from the role . Frankly, this has to be dealt with over here in UK and internally . I do not agree at all with his behaviour or anything else about him  and I suspect he was a sleeper .

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I just watched the video on YouTube and it's nasty! No straight man would snog a transsexual like that! Look at the size of that tr@nnys hands!

If he wanted some then at least get a real woman! now he's gonna have a video floating about of him snogging a tranny! 

Edited by puzzled
  • Like 2
  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
8 hours ago, singhunit said:

Don't quite understand why this has not quite turned into the hatred that Nirvair Khalsa Jatha got

Maybe because he didnt sexually abuse anyone..

Why should anyone hate him when they dont know him or what the story is. Whose to say me or you are not bigger sinners then him?

Hatred is a strong word Singh... is hate any less then kaam or humkar?

 

"Let the one who is without sin strike first"

Edited by garch
  • Thanks 1
  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

At this point I can't tell who is who, which is not a good thing if we want panthic ekta. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
11 hours ago, KhoonKaBadlaKhoon said:

This went viral on WhatsApp, well before PTC did their piece on it. Sikh Youth UK has denied him being a member though. 

he isnt linked to sikh youth uk bro, the guy is a 2 man show - him and his dad lol

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now



  • Topics

  • Posts

    • It's a great deed in itself to have the Gurus Roop but sadly most women decide not to. We should encourage men and women alike don't get me wrong, but girls tend to feel more insecure about the way they look in the first place.   Chup kar. 
    • I've always wondered what the first edition covered that caused so much upset in the colonialist establishment of the time?       “ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE BOOKS EVER PUBLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH INDIAN HISTORY”: RARE FIRST EDITION OF CUNNINGHAM’S HISTORY OF THE SIKHS, 1849, HANDSOMELY BOUND (INDIA) CUNNINGHAM, Joseph Davey. A History of the Sikhs, from the Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the Sutlej. London: John Murray, 1849. Octavo, modern full brown calf, raised bands, burgundy morocco spine label.$4800. First edition, with map of Punjabi political divisions until 1803 outlined in color, color folding map of Punjabi political divisions after the treaty of 1846, and folding genealogical table of the Gooroos, handsomely bound. Cunningham joined the Bengal Engineers in 1831 and arrived in India in 1834. “In 1837 he was selected by Lord Auckland to join Colonel Claud Wade, who was then the political agent upon the Sikh frontier, as assistant, with the special duty of fortifying Firozpur, the agent’s headquarters. This appointment brought him into close connection with the Sikhs, and, as he spent the next eight years of his life in political employments in this part of India, he was able to obtain that thorough knowledge of their manners and customs which makes his History of the Sikhs one of the most valuable books ever published in connection with Indian history. In 1838 he was present at the interview between Lord Auckland and Runjeet Singh, the great Sikh chieftain; in 1839 he accompanied Colonel Wade when he forced the Khyber Pass, and he was promoted first lieutenant on 20 May in that year; in 1840 he was placed in charge of Ludhiana, under G. Russell Clerk, Colonel Wade’s successor, and as political officer accompanied Brigadier-general Shelton and his army through the Sikh territory to Peshawur on his way to Cabul, and then accompanied Colonel Wheeler and Dost Muhammad, the deposed ameer of Afghanistan, back to British territory; in 1841 he was sent on a special mission to the principality of Jammu; in 1842 he was present at the interview between Lord Ellenborough and Dost Muhammad and the Sikhs… He spent four years on [the History], and on its publication in 1849 it was received with the greatest favor by the English press, a verdict which posterity has ratified, for it is universally recognized as the one authority upon the subject. But though this history made his name as an historian, it brought him into deep disgrace with his superiors. In his last chapter he treated of the history of the first Sikh war, and in it he made use of the knowledge he had obtained while acting as political agent with the army in the field, and distinctly asserted that two of the Sikh generals, Lal Singh and Tej Singh, were bought. Both Lord Hardinge and Colonel Henry Lawrence, who had acted as political agent after the death of Major Broadfoot, asserted that there had been no private negotiations with any of the Sikh leaders; but the confidential position which Cunningham had held, and still more his disgrace which followed, are strong arguments that such negotiations did pass” (DNB). As a result of the controversy, Cunningham was stripped of his authority and ordered to go on regular regimental duty. He lost most of his income in the process and any possibility of political advancement. Indeed, the publication of The History of the Sikhs marked the end of his career. He was known primarily for revealing confidential documents and his great accomplishments were little recognized, The History of the Sikhs having been largely suppressed. Cunningham died unexpectedly in 1851. Indeed, the second edition—featuring Cunningham’s own corrections and additions—was not published until 1853, too late for Cunningham’s reputation to matter. Folding map expertly linen-backed, interior generally quite nice, binding fine. A lovely copy in fine condition.   https://www.baumanrarebooks.com/rare-books/cunningham-joseph-davey/history-of-the-sikhs/89967.aspx
    • Like a UK SGPC........ Guaranteed corruption, and our enemies will know exactly who to target for compromising our community. 
×

Important Information

Terms of Use