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Another example of how "sikh charities" should be using the sangats dasvand for Sikhs only 

the incidents like the ones narrated in the video should never be forgotten     its gd how some people are interviewing and documenting these stories for the future generations to see

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Old photo from back then of children with photos of their missing fathers 

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That h.aram.i ( sorry some people might find that word offensive but what else can you call someone who refuses to help his own people and takes money off Sikhs solely to spend on non-Sikhs) Ravi Singh has collected £5 Million and he is sitting on it and now asking Sikhs to make KA a £100 million charity. When you see how much our people have suffered and how many families have been destroyed then you get angry when you see him posting pictures of his charity running around setting up tents and feeding those for whom the other charities have collected millions for. Each post he puts up is like putting salt on the wounds of these Sikhs in need.  

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56 minutes ago, proactive said:

That h.aram.i ( sorry some people might find that word offensive but what else can you call someone who refuses to help his own people and takes money off Sikhs solely to spend on non-Sikhs) Ravi Singh has collected £5 Million and he is sitting on it and now asking Sikhs to make KA a £100 million charity. When you see how much our people have suffered and how many families have been destroyed then you get angry when you see him posting pictures of his charity running around setting up tents and feeding those for whom the other charities have collected millions for. Each post he puts up is like putting salt on the wounds of these Sikhs in need.  

So true. Problem just isn't him. But I guess he's first Sikh to start this ugly sjw trend of wasting the Sangat's money on non Sikhs.  As some one here put it, he's turned Sikhs into the school kid whose giving out gifts to other kids with the hope that they will like him. That's loser mentality

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10 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

So true. Problem just isn't him. But I guess he's first Sikh to start this ugly sjw trend of wasting the Sangat's money on non Sikhs.  As some one here put it, he's turned Sikhs into the school kid whose giving out gifts to other kids with the hope that they will like him. That's loser mentality

I think that might be true   he really had taken the whole sjw trend to a new level, before him no one used to do it like he did. On top of that he uses social media to show everything.   Hes really set the trend within the sikh community. Now every sikh wants to be a hero. I think in their heads they think they are bhai kanhaiya and doing a massive sacrifice. 

SJW then love uploading photos onto social media and getting all the likes. 

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These poor people are going to be haunted by these memories till their last days. A day probably does not pass without them remembering. 

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13 minutes ago, puzzled said:

These poor people are going to be haunted by these memories till their last days. A day probably does not pass without them remembering. 

Man. No doubt which Yug we're in for sure. 

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19 hours ago, proactive said:

That h.aram.i ( sorry some people might find that word offensive but what else can you call someone who refuses to help his own people and takes money off Sikhs solely to spend on non-Sikhs) Ravi Singh has collected £5 Million and he is sitting on it and now asking Sikhs to make KA a £100 million charity. When you see how much our people have suffered and how many families have been destroyed then you get angry when you see him posting pictures of his charity running around setting up tents and feeding those for whom the other charities have collected millions for. Each post he puts up is like putting salt on the wounds of these Sikhs in need.  

Plenty of other 'Sikh charities' just follow KA model..become fashion trend who will get most pr and clicks...What about these Gurdwara committees? They're all corrupt! Spent millions on buildings, as elsewhere, yet a small portion of sangant daswand will go so far  in Punjab...

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I got an idea.

Why don't we start an "adopt a bibi" programme. 

We take in a 1984 widow like a mother or grandmother and each family in diaspora supports her and her family.

We can help them with their home and help them directly with things and education for their family. 

Here's another idea:

There are some successful Khalsa Schools in Canada and the UK.

Why can't these academies be expanded into Punjab to provide high quality education with a Sikh ethos. 

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59 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

I got an idea.

Why don't we start an "adopt a bibi" programme. 

We take in a 1984 widow like a mother or grandmother and each family in diaspora supports her and her family.

We can help them with their home and help them directly with things and education for their family. 

Here's another idea:

There are some successful Khalsa Schools in Canada and the UK.

Why can't these academies be expanded into Punjab to provide high quality education with a Sikh ethos. 

Bro that's a fantastic idea. 

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23 hours ago, proactive said:

That h.aram.i ( sorry some people might find that word offensive but what else can you call someone who refuses to help his own people and takes money off Sikhs solely to spend on non-Sikhs) Ravi Singh has collected £5 Million and he is sitting on it and now asking Sikhs to make KA a £100 million charity. When you see how much our people have suffered and how many families have been destroyed then you get angry when you see him posting pictures of his charity running around setting up tents and feeding those for whom the other charities have collected millions for. Each post he puts up is like putting salt on the wounds of these Sikhs in need.  

I live just around the corner from him and sometimes see him out and about walking. I feel like saying something to him.

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10 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

I live just around the corner from him and sometimes see him out and about walking. I feel like saying something to him.

 He's says he drives a broken down car lives in small house ..is it true?  

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Wasn't Guru Nanak Dev ji an SJW social justice warrior too? Why would it be bad to follow Bhai Kanhaiya ji's example? I'm sure there are many who don't publicise their sewa as well.

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