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NKJ what’s going on?

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Guest Upinder Randhawa

So as it appears, NKJ have been banned nationwide in the UK. But now they wish to open their own Gurdwara under the guise of “Sikh learning centre”. However, they themselves follow a Dhadrianism (Dhadrianwale Manmat) so what’s everyone’s thoughts on this? They are trying to raise 300k. 

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Tax laws that favour religious institutions (and subsequent committee politicking and fractures) are the only reason we have multiple Gurdware in the West. It's an economic scam designed to line the pockets of religious opportunists who can't bear to work a 9 to 5. The last thing the  Sikh community needs in the UK is an NKJ hub of immorality and subversion.

Unfortunately, their sales patter is designed to specifically target oblivious Western born and raised Punjabis who have burned themselves out on their materialistic, hedonistic and spiritually empty lives, and are desperately seeking purpose and contentment in a religious sense. This demographic is ripe for brainwashing, with them being ignorant of the core tenets of Sikhi, and thus open to any and all suggestions as long as it's delivered in an agreeable English style that jives with their underlying, pre-existing worldview and values which they'd never dream of overturning. 

I have no doubt the 300k will be collected. Shame.

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