1.You wanted to slander others in your original post and you recieved a proper response from me. If you can't take the insults. Dont start it. Keep it clean and you won't be seen as a coward after you start complaining.
2. Bhangra as a whole, even includes aspects you accept (village depiction as you put it) is a problem and you have not understood this point even after it has been pointed out to you multiple times.
3. Punjabi culture is a ever changing culture that has really nothing positive to offer because it has left Sikhi teachings behind.
4. You are calling me a Dogra. The very closeted warrior who calls the current AkJ a joke. There cant be a bigger traitor in the Khalsa panth than you. Akj as a whole are still teaching Gurbani. Yet you are on this site mocking people who do nothing but paath all day. Less than two hours you have gone after Gursikhs and I'm the Dogra. There is a name for people like you and it starts with B and ends with H.
Up until late 80s, Punjab was not that violent indeed. Afterward, it was entirely different. You also have to consider UP has 100s of millions of people.
As per the discussion of Khalistan, if it was given to us right now, it would crumble within a year. We are so far away from even discussing it as a reality. There are 0 logistics in place, and no one to organize these logistics even. As soon as someone did try to organize it, anyone who doesn't agree will label them a "RAW agunt." Khalistan, for now, needs to put on back burner, there needs to be ground work done, we need to build the leaders of tomorrow first. Do we really need a Khalistan that will become an "old boys club" essentially?
I think this is a real interesting thread. I was sent this link a few days ago and it really made me think, why do we have so many different divisions. And those who are anti panthic and take us away from sikhi why don’t we speak up against them. I think every institute wether your a charity or Gurdwara must be transparent. See the video for yourself.
The only point I can think of is ethnicity. Kashmiris may be muslim, but they're also a different ethnic group from the countless other ethnic groups within Islam. They probably want their home land for their ethnic group.