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Sikh "scholars" and "parchariks" to look out for, who distort Sikh philosophy, beliefs etc  missionaries, feminists, "woke" Sikhs  anyone who we should be aware of. 

Haven't really looked into her work but some lady named Nikky-Kaur-Singh ?? think she is a writer, said that  "Kabir's opinion of women is contemptuous and derogatory" basically calling Bhagat Ji a misogynist. Anyone know more about this lady? 

Another one is Katy Sian. She is Anti-Sikh, especially Anti Sikh men, and a Muslim/islamic apologist. 

Everyone knows about Neki

Karminder Singh Dhillon from Malaysia is another one.  

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On 3/12/2021 at 6:00 PM, puzzled said:

Sikh "scholars" and "parchariks" to look out for, who distort Sikh philosophy, beliefs etc  missionaries, feminists, "woke" Sikhs  anyone who we should be aware of. 

Haven't really looked into her work but some lady named Nikky-Kaur-Singh ?? think she is a writer, said that  "Kabir's opinion of women is contemptuous and derogatory" basically calling Bhagat Ji a misogynist. Anyone know more about this lady? 

Another one is Katy Sian. She is Anti-Sikh, especially Anti Sikh men, and a Muslim/islamic apologist. 

Everyone knows about Neki

Karminder Singh Dhillon from Malaysia is another one.  

Problem is they don't understand what is being said, basically the concept of Waheguru being the man and us the human beings(men/women) are the women,  just flies over their heads.

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On 3/16/2021 at 5:19 PM, Redoptics said:

Problem is they don't understand what is being said, basically the concept of Waheguru being the man and us the human beings(men/women) are the women,  just flies over their heads.

I've been thinking of that a lot lately Veer Ji. 

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On 3/16/2021 at 8:19 PM, Redoptics said:

Problem is they don't understand what is being said, basically the concept of Waheguru being the man and us the human beings(men/women) are the women,  just flies over their heads.

How can we get other Sikhs to avoid these type of people who plant the seed of doubt in Gurbani and Sikhi?

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1 hour ago, intrigued said:

How can we get other Sikhs to avoid these type of people who plant the seed of doubt in Gurbani and Sikhi?

Thats another problem,  I don't think people think,  they are doing anything wrong, that's why you need a Sangat, it's the reason why .

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