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He is just struggling to remain relevant. There are no takers for his class war comrade BS. People like him and Ravi Singh KA suffer from the messiah complex. 

A messiah complex (Christ complex or savior complex) is a state of mind in which an individual holds a belief that they are destined to become a savior[1] today or in the near future.[2] The term can also refer to a state of mind in which an individual believes that they are responsible for saving or assisting others.

In terms of the attitude wherein an individual sees themselves as having to save another or a group of poor people, there is the notion that the action inflates their own sense of importance and discounts the skills and abilities of the people they are helping to improve their own lives.[7]



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He's been constantly attacking Deep Sidhu because he feels that he has not been getting the publicity that he deserves. Who is he as a comrade to tell us who we should or should not consider our Shaheed? Having made a mess of his entry into Punjab politics it irks him that Deep Sidhu's had such an impact and he has pretty much been ignored by the voters. 

In the elections he is a comrade but when it comes to misleading Sikhs in a Gurdwara he is the biggest follower of the Gurus. The man is a hypocrite. I would not be surprised if his family background has some comrade gaddar family members who acted as informers against the Kharkoos in the 80s. 


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On 12/29/2021 at 10:47 PM, proactive said:

One of the farm leaders (my bet is on Rajewal) sent a list of Sikh youth to the Delhi police telling them to arrest them. Rajewal was also the one who was sending secret letters to Amit Shah requesting that the farm laws just be amended while on the stage he was demanding that the farm laws be repealed. Now he thinks he can become CM of Punjab by leading his new party of comrades and sell outs. 


1. See that it's Punjabi Hindus bringing this out. What about Sikhs? They're the sell-outs!

2. How is this different from Longowal, Badal, Barnala and that whole crew writing letters to Indira asking for the invasion of Darbar Sahib in 1984 to get rid of Sant ji?

3. Some of you "moderates" aren't going to like this, but you can tell that these "farmer leaders" have to love for Sikhi because they wear green turbans. Green and red are colors specifically banned in the Khalsa Panth.

The Singhs didn't wear green because it's a Muslim color. Red because Hindu.

The open flouting of this collective decision of the Khalsa Panth (reflected in Rehitnamas) means these "leaders" don't care for our Panth.

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On 1/4/2022 at 12:49 AM, proactive said:

Hear how he refers to Guru Nanak as a comrade!

One thing to note about these people is they always refer to Guru Nanak ji as "Baba Nanak", never Guru Nanak. Now, it's fine to say Baba (Bhai Gurdas ji uses the word for Guru ji.) But the point is they never say Guru.

He also runs down a litany of people who were comrades, including Bhagat Singh, Kartar Singh Sarabha, and Gadri Babas.

They were comrades because they thought that Sikhi and Marxism had some commonalities. They were mistaken.

But today, if you want to sneak Marxism in by the back way, we should not allow them.

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He's proud of attending a wedding with a bunch of rich big-wigs who are sucking Punjab dry?

These are the people about whom Guru Nanak ji said:
ਰਾਜੇ ਸੀਹ ਮੁਕਦਮ ਕੁਤੇ ॥
rājē sīh mukadam kutē .
(Raajey) the kings have become (seeh) lions – exploit people at will, (mukadam) the officials have become (kutey = dogs) hounds – who prey on innocent people. (Asa Di Vaar)

Guru ji has disdain for these sorts of people: 

ਵਡੇ ਵਡੇ ਜੋ ਦੀਸਹਿ ਲੋਗ ॥
(Vade vade) the people of high status (jo deeseh log) that we see;

ਤਿਨ ਕਉ ਬਿਆਪੈ ਚਿੰਤਾ ਰੋਗ ॥੧॥
(tin kau = to them) they are (biapai rog) afflicted with (chinta) worries. 

ਕਉਨ ਵਡਾ ਮਾਇਆ ਵਡਿਆਈ ॥
(Kaun vadaa = who is great/of high status) no one is great; (maaia vadiaae) it is the praise of wealth/status

ਸੋ ਵਡਾ ਜਿਨਿ ਰਾਮ ਲਿਵ ਲਾਈ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥
Those who are absorbed in God are (so vadaa) truly great - and worthy of praise. 1. Pause and contemplate. p188

Yet the doc loves the fact that they invited him to their get-together.

Just as in every other Communist revolution, everybody is not going to be "equal". The average person is going to do all the hard work, and the "comrades" will have mansions. Including the doctor.



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