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11 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

Also agnisticgurjant when you say I am making fun of the sikh image. You are wrong on many levels. 

Just because I said they look like a smug funny bunch. That does not mean Im neccesarily referring to their turbans or or dress sence. 

This is what a Sikh should look like

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Not like this

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Yeah cause y'all walking around in armor. Lol. Your fat <banned word filter activated> wears sweat pants. 

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4 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

It's amusing because they'd consider themselves the creme of the crop among forward looking, modern Sikhs with their finger on the pulse of 21st century trends and moods. They'd probably consider most of us on here to be dinosaurs.

Lol

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

Lol

It's true, lol. I expect to see, in my lifetime, these types of Sikhs attempting to push so many of the current niche, Far Left lifestyle choices onto the Sikh community in the next 20 to 30 years. The only reason they're tempering that push at the moment is not through choice, but because they understand the backlash isn't worth the hassle. With the passage of time (and as these trends become the norm in the mainstream), this faction of Sikhs will grow more powerful and vociferous, with official legislation backing them up for support, until they feel safe enough to wade into religious matters.

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21 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

The only reason they're tempering that push at the moment is not through choice, but because they understand the backlash isn't worth the hassle . With the passage of time (and as these trends become the norm in the mainstream),

Nope you're wrong about the reason though. Its not because they will become strong but because khalsa is becoming weaker day by day. Its the same reason christian missionaries in punjab are increasing their activities 

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3 hours ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

Nope you're wrong about the reason though. Its not because they will become strong but because khalsa is becoming weaker day by day. Its the same reason christian missionaries in punjab are increasing their activities 

I try not to get too caught up in something as nebulous as the Khalsa. It's like Catholics becoming upset when the Vatican doesn't seem to cater to individual or specific concerns. Plus, I'm not even sure how to define the Khalsa's strength as it pertains to an organisation such as City Sikhs. Do groups like City Sikhs even register their presence? How would the Khalsa go about interacting with these contemporary organisations? 

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Good question. Perhaps these Singhs could share their gifts in media with those Singhs who represent and know what needs to be seen. 

Like a series on the benefits of living according to Rehit for health and wellness. 

Let alone giving platform to the immeasurable treasure of the Guru Granth Sahib Ji and the rich and beautiful heritage of Sikh people. 

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On 8/5/2019 at 12:27 PM, Big_Tera said:

What are these guys all about? Apart from looking like a smug funny bunch. 

 

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Google search:

City Sikhs [formerly City Sikhs Network] is a nonprofit organisation and a registered charity which describes itself as "A voice for progressive Sikhs". It promotes networking, education and volunteering amongst Sikh professionals and provides a platform for engagement with the British Sikh community.

 

ok, so they don’t really want to be Sikhs?

they want to make it up as they go along and do whatever fits in with their Manmat 

Their Param Singh has MBE

founder Jasvir Singh (wiki):

“Singh is a Labour Party Activist and following the successful election of Sadiq Khan to the position of Mayor of London in May 2016, he was selected to join the shortlist of Labour candidates for the Tooting by-election.[5]

In 2017, Singh was instrumental in launching the Grand Trunk Project in partnership with DCLG to mark the 70-year anniversary of the independence of India, creation of Pakistan, and the partition of Punjab and Bengal with the aim of bringing the diverse communities of South Asia together.[6] The project was named after the Grand Trunk Road which has connected Bangladesh, India and Pakistan for over 2,000 years...

and is on a mission to unite society”

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look at these clowns       their all @ss lickers   you can tell just by looking at them          who appointed these people to represent us?  i didn't       why do clowns like these feel like they are a voice for the rest of us     

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49 minutes ago, puzzled said:

look at these clowns       their all @ss lickers   you can tell just by looking at them          who appointed these people to represent us?  i didn't       why do clowns like these feel like they are a voice for the rest of us     

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Controversial view, but their ‘city Sikhs’ name is a way for them to separate their identity from the majority of Sikhs from rural background and to tell other Sikhs ‘we are educated’ 

yes, they do not represent most Sikhs

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