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20 hours ago, justasking said:

they r still sikhs it show tht the website is welcoming to all sikhs

 

You are right. Let's put up a picture of Jazzy B holding a peg. Or let's put up a photo of half-naked women twerking next to Sidhu Moosewala.

We have to make sure that we welcome ALL Sikhs! Remember, Sikhi is about welcoming everyone!

Promoting people to keep rehat is wrong because it alienates others.

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2 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Jazzy B is 100% panthic from day 1 despite what his career and personal life. Hes been always supporting the Shaheed, Kissans and called out Bollywood. He removed his music from Zee, constant gets threatened for speaking out. Even Bittu threaten him and filed a report for him speaking for Khalistan. 

There are panthic mona out there. Deep Lakha ...

He's still a singer promoting kaljugness

A lot of Sikh youth have copied his image with haircuts etc

His facebook home page has him in a weird hairstyle wearing a khanda chain

He might be 'panthic' and a Sikh at heart but not '100%'. I am surprised you are supporting him so strongly 

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On 4/18/2021 at 1:45 PM, californiasardar1 said:

 

You are right. Let's put up a picture of Jazzy B holding a peg. Or let's put up a photo of half-naked women twerking next to Sidhu Moosewala.

We have to make sure that we welcome ALL Sikhs! Remember, Sikhi is about welcoming everyone!

Promoting people to keep rehat is wrong because it alienates others.

bhul chuk maaf

but a picture showing brethrenhood amongst four people isn't as unrepresentative of sikhi as liqour or promiscuity would be 

sangat isn't restricted to khalsa (although that is something we should all strive to be), hence the website is also named sikhsangat 

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I personally think it represents the section just fine, only two of the guys in the image have trimmed beards, the other two look like they have wispy beards, what's boing to be next, only allow people on the forum that keep a dastaar and an un-shaven beard.

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8 hours ago, NaamTiharoJoJape said:

bhul chuk maaf

but a picture showing brethrenhood amongst four people isn't as unrepresentative of sikhi as liqour or promiscuity would be 

sangat isn't restricted to khalsa (although that is something we should all strive to be), hence the website is also named sikhsangat 

I'm pretty sure Hukkah, Hajaamat, Haram and Halal as major sins are mentioned in the same line.

Haram is sexual sin, Hajaamat is obviously cutting hair. 

Mentioned together as sins, means cutting hair for a Sikh is just as bad as a sikh committing fornication, adultry, rape. 

Though yes I agree, sangat is for everyone.

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4 minutes ago, puzzled said:

He has no choice but to support the kisaans.

Singers very well know that it's the public that makes you and it's the public that destroys you.

Look at Gurdas Maan, he was chased of the stage in Canada, and wasn't allowed to talk at the kisaan morcha. He was lucky he had his men around him otherwise they would have done a lot more than just stop him from talking!

People like Jazzy B know very well that they have to be supportive otherwise people will turn against him. 

Theres female Pubjabi singers and celebs that dance around half naked on stage that have decided to show their faces at these protests, draped in shawls, head covered, calling themselves daughters of Mai Bhago. 

Well..not optimal...at least they showed up....and covered up for once. Lol. Maybe it will stick...until rents due at least. 

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40 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I'm pretty sure Hukkah, Hajaamat, Haram and Halal as major sins are mentioned in the same line.

Haram is sexual sin, Hajaamat is obviously cutting hair. 

Mentioned together as sins, means cutting hair for a Sikh is just as bad as a sikh committing fornication, adultry, rape. 

Though yes I agree, sangat is for everyone.

as you say waheguru ji 

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3 hours ago, puzzled said:

He has no choice but to support the kisaans.

Singers very well know that it's the public that makes you and it's the public that destroys you.

Look at Gurdas Maan, he was chased off the stage in Canada, and wasn't allowed to talk at the kisaan morcha. He was lucky he had his men around him otherwise they would have done a lot more than just stop him from talking!

People like Jazzy B know very well that they have to be supportive otherwise people will turn against him. 

Theres female Pubjabi singers and celebs that dance around half naked on stage that have decided to show their faces at these protests, draped in shawls, head covered, calling themselves daughters of Mai Bhago. 

Jazzy b has always prior to kissans been  supporting the Khalistans and panthic causes. Hes made dhramic geets, dedicated to Shaheeds, promoted Panjabi ma boli has tattoo Sant Ji. Ya hes not saint but regardless how much ghand there is Panjabi industry, music plays huge part in Panjabiyat for Panjabis. 

You can same say for Diljit, but hes stood up against the k##### and spoke about 84. We also got babbu maan, lakha deep, shree brar who got jailed and beaten for making songs for kissans. Compare them to fuddu Guru Randwana (who looks like creep) those cricket stars , bollywood which exploits Panjabi culture one being Akshay and nothing for kissans

 Should give credit for those who gone ahead and supported kaum when they didnt have too. 

Many mona stepped up during 80 90s and gave their lives for the panth. 

G*ddar Maan is biggest #### out there. He made his career promoting Panjabi lang, and openly support KPS gill, pakhandi baba drugs nashe and was advocate for one nation one lang Hindi... No one respects him. Fall from grace once who was so respected face of Panjab, no self-respect Panjabi wants anything to do with him. 

Monica gill so much respect for her. Sonam bajwa, Neeru they all have shows with Zee tells you all about them while careers leeched on Panjabi culture. Sonia maan is questionable . Her dad was commie killed khrakus or was he with the kaum? 

 

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