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2 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Just speechless.

1. Just for explanation: "Sanawarian" refers to the fact that this fellow is a graduate of the Lawrence School, in Sanawar, HP, established 1847. You can see that he must be steeped in worship of the British and their ways. 

Similar for Stephenian (there are a number of prominent St. Stephens schools). 

Some Sikhs manage to go to those schools with their Sikhi intact. Others become Christians on the inside.

2. Jewish, Christian, Islamic, and Sikh unity? When those other religions don't have unity, how can they have it with us?

3. Sikhs are not Dharmics, but rather Dharmo-Semitics?

At some point, I'm guessing he'll just drop the "Dharmo". Dharam means duty.

The question is what duty? Duty to grow fat on Shudras like Brahmins do? Or duty to remember God as Sikhs are called to?

We are Dharmic, but our dharam is different from the Hindus.

Bachittar Natak says that Guru ji came for the purpose of "dharam chalavan" (to propagate dharam).

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These are the tactics Christian's use. Its gd they helped the sikh families this is where our daswandh should go. I really hope the rss and shiv sena go berserk and drive these pastors and their

A while back i saw video of hinduvasta making a christian pastor who was converting masses low caste hindus ride a donkey with his clothes off in public...😶 We should use rss like they use us agai

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Just now, Kau89r8 said:

When i find them, i'll post ..was sometime last year

Thanks.

1 minute ago, Kau89r8 said:

do you have twitter?

If I did, I'd want to be rid of it.

I think this guy lives for likes by "Abrahamics".

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1 minute ago, BhForce said:

Just speechless.

1. Just for explanation: "Sanawarian" refers to the fact that this fellow is a graduate of the Lawrence School, in Sanawar, HP, established 1847. You can see that he must be steeped in worship of the British and their ways. 

Similar for Stephenian (there are a number of prominent St. Stephens schools). 

Some Sikhs manage to go to those schools with their Sikhi intact. Others become Christians on the inside.

2. Jewish, Christian, Islamic, and Sikh unity? When those other religions don't have unity, how can they have it with us?

3. Sikhs are not Dharmics, but rather Dharmo-Semitics?

At some point, I'm guessing he'll just drop the "Dharmo". Dharam means duty.

The question is what duty? Duty to grow fat on Shudras like Brahmins do? Or duty to remember God as Sikhs are called to?

We are Dharmic, but our dharam is different from the Hindus.

Bachittar Natak says that Guru ji came for the purpose of "dharam chalavan" (to propagate dharam).

We are a lost cause...not much hope left...

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14 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Also:

1. The fact that there's a robe with Islamic inscriptions on it at Dera Baba Nanak does not mean that that was the robe worn by Guru Sahib to Mecca. Rather, it is believed to be the robe gifted to Guru Sahib as obeisance by the Muslims because they realized they were messing with God himself.

In return, Guru Sahib gifted them their kharavan (wooden shoes).

Guru ji's shoes are higher than any gift any mere human could hope to give the Satguru.

2. "teachings are close to Islam"? Really?

That's like saying two circles that intersect each other and touch at two points.

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And that's the amount of "closeness" between Islam and Sikhi.

 

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12 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

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He's mashing together random things to desperately prove what he thinks, which is something he learned as a defense mechanism at the Lawrence School in fealty to Christians.

1. Tegh is not Indic. It is Persian. But that doesn't matter.

And it also shows his lack of knowledge.

2. It's true that the words Fateh and Zorawar are Abrahmanic, but that doesn't make Baba Fateh Singh ji and Zorawar Singh ji Abrahamic.

3. Rabb doesn't mean teacher. It means owner or lord. Mohammed prohibited the use of the word for earthly masters.

4. To say that the "Wahe" of Waheguru is "Wahid" is not a fact, but rather a claim, one which he has failed to prove.

Now I can demonstrate etymology of words that change over time, for example:

Brahmin -> Bahmin

Kshatri -> Khatri

by showing them both used in the same meaning and context.

But can he show "Wahid Guru" being used anywhere to demonstrate his claim that the D dropped off and it became Wahiguru?

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8 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

 

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Ironic (and this is pointed out by the responding tweeter), he at once sees it as a problem that Sikhs are being pacified, and also wants them to stop reading Dasam Bani.

The one poster is correct in saying that youth in the West mostly all read Dasam Bani.

Do any of you know of Western born Sikhs who hate Dasam Bani? It's mostly clueless uncles who think too much of themselves that have taken up a campaign against the Dasam Granth Sahib.

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