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  1. Religion of pieces (islam) strikes again.No surprises there. Keep calm and carry on accepting Islamo-fascism attacks and conversions is the name of the game of the rich globalists. What is concerning is that major news outlets labelled the attacker as an asian guy when clearly from the pictures he looks mixed race black guy or full black altogether. Instead or labeling it an islamist attack they pointed out the guys skin colour which should raise more than an eyebrow if your brown/asian heritage. Also Cressida Rose D1ck (and yes not being rude thats her real surname) was in charge of counter terrorism operation when 7/7 happened in london in 2005 and under her watch an innocent brazillian man was shot dead by plains clothed police man pumping 4 bullets into his brain on a tube carriage floor. And now she is chief police commissioner of policing in London and this happens. Maybe a coincidence or maybe this woman is cursed or incompetent?
  2. There should be no reason or problem to prevent this, but you might get low IQ people gossiping jealous of such relations managing to get a younger fertile woman. Theres No such thing as age gap or right age for people to marry in Sikhi. Though these days people usually have age gap of 5 to 10years. You can be 70s+ and your bride in her early 20s that is allowed or she in her 70s+ and you in your early 20s it makes no difference. Though the Guru's married quite young and so did most historical figures in Sikhi maybe more to do with average life expectancy age being quite low at the time usually 30s-40s. So marrying and procreating early was the norm. Sikhi by traditions and scriptures takes the view of your souls connecting and on same wavelength is most important and your physical maturity (ie long as you both able to procreate life and are ideally past puberty).
  3. I saw an article recently where they were listing the great achievements that some women of Sikh origin had made. I thought to myself great these women achieved something for themselves on a personal self development level. But what really got me thinking was where is the list of men or women in the west who done anything great in the service of the Sikh community or furtherment of Sikhi? I can give a list of Sikhs in India who done amazing things for Sikhi over the centuries but not many in the west and of those who did the majority would be men. People like sardar fauja singh (oldest sikh athlete inspired many Sikhs to take up running), ravi singh of khalsa aid (helping Sikhs in India), jugraj singh of basics of Sikhi (parchar spreading Sikhi to non-sikhs and fundraising for Sikh causes), various founders of gurdwara's who established them. Any outstanding and inspirational Sikh women in the west done anything for Sikhi or the sikh community...... any come to mind? nope cant think of any... can anyone come up with any names?
  4. Need both spiritual and temporal (political strength) Ie Miri puri as our 6th Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji taught us. Without political strength in numbers and military spiritual strength or quality is useless as you get wiped out by your enemies as history has shown us numerous times. And without spiritual strength your soul is doomed in cycle of life and death. So both are needed to ensure we are in a good state for the future.
  5. Several reasons for this: 1) Lack of control of our own Sikh institutions. The SGPC is either been hijacked or has been purposefully created to ensure we never regained religious political power in punjab/northern india. 2) No chief strategist to foresee political events in present and near future / long term future. Most religions have their centers of power with political power even so called "peaceful" buddhists have buddhist majority countries that kill minorities (rohinga muslims in burma and tamil hindus in sri lanka) to safeguard their interests. The only religion that doesnt is the Sikh religion, and its to the shame and humiliation of our kaum we have not even one nation to stand up for our rights in the world. 3) No Central Sikh Military Intelligence which is key to safeguard interests of the Sikh nation 4) Economics meaning its hard to have a large family and sustain them in a unstable world where long term jobs hard to find and alot of competition. 5) Our females are have been and are being brainwashed with non-sikh ideologies like homosexuality, total equality and feminism we even have far left cuck liberal atheist punjabi's from sikh families who tell Sikhs what our religion should teach people. And thus females think its ok to breed with non-sikhs and create non-sikh offspring or think its beneath them to be house-mothers in pursuit of their careers so tend to have just one or two kids max. 6) Lack of Parchar and spreading Sikhi to non-sikhs in particular to muslims in afghanistan and pakistan has made Sikh demographics vulnerable to extinction there. 7) The lack of focus on attacking abrahamic missionaries like christians who plague the punjab for some reason and have a mission to convert Sikhs to christians by underhand devious methods using Sikhi saroop but preaching crazy abrahmic nonsense to the easily misled people there. 8) Since 1930s the rise of Jattwad the new brahmins who took over brahminwad, promoting their jattism castism over Sikh values and principles. In 1940s Dr ambedkar wanted to convert all the dalits under his leadership to Sikhs. This would have gave the Sikhs enough population to demand a huge Sikhistan/khalistan. Because the argument was that because Sikhs only constituted a small percentage population of punjab they couldnt form their own country. Had hindu dalits been allowed to convert it would have forced the demographic shift balance in favor of Sikhs being a majority in many areas but the SGPC jattward castists were against the idea and forced Ambedkar to opt for buddhism and thus we are in the situation we are in now without a country. If we compare and contrast the days of Sikh raj we can see how Sikhs were confident about going about there business because they had military strength they were afraid to use warfare to get hostile non-sikhs to conform to Sikh to run away to other lands. The hostile powers see Sikhs as weak and non-threatening people and that was the plan all along to convert Sikhs back into pacifists like the times of Guru Nanak Dev Ji but minus the parchar that he gave people and encouraged to give others to. The list can go on and on.... When situations like 1984 anti-sikh genocide came along those Delhi Sikhs whose family members even served in the Indian military and were the middle class of Delhi got taken out quick unless they had good hindu neighbours to save them and/or access to modern weapons. The ones who got targeted and killed the most were the poor defenseless ones who were left to the mercy of the congress hindu/muslim secular indian govt sponsored terrorist mob. As seen in reports of the time the Sikhs who took out their guns and weapons were able to save themselves and their families. A lesson for all Sikhs to note..... especially Sikhs in south asia (India/pakistan/afghanista/kashmir).... always make sure you have access to well hidden modern automatic rifle weapons for defence purposes as there's no justice nor safety for religious minorities when things kick off.
  6. We all know now the harmful effects of digital addiction. So the badal akali dal party bribed people with alcohol and other nashay to get their votes and now we have congress party bribed the punjabi youth to support them and become their workers and vote for them. Both (badal akali dal and congress party) using underhand tactics to win elections and destructive addictions to trap the youth into their anti-sikh agenda's.
  7. Have you guys noticed since militancy ended in mid 90s where real Sikh leaders fought and died for Sikhi and Sikh principles. We the sikh community worldwide have been left with bunch of cuck weak Sikh leaders who are under the army jackboot of the indian government. When I look back at the speeches of sant bhindranwale he talked about reviving good values in people and to stay away from intoxicants and fighting the good fight for equal rights/treatment for Sikhs being a minority in the Indian union. Nowadays fake Sikh leaders like captain amrinder singh and badals promoted captalism and corruption and covert nashay distribution. Today's Sikh leaders go by the following slogan "better to live a 100years as a donkey than 1 year of a lion". They look for self preservation of themselves and their relatives they dont really give a damn about the 30 million+ Sikh kaum and desh out there in the world. And these are the leaders that Gurbani talks about and exposes (e.g hypocrites and rich men, oppression of the weak/minorities).
  8. Sikh females are caught in an ideological war of idea's which is mostly between the far left liberal western atheist hedonist corruption and the extreme traditional right wing conservative nature of following rehit to the letter types. The same battle Sikh boys are going through especially if they are born into a keshdhari/amrithdari household but they not as much pressure to conform to an ideal that kaurs are expected to be. Eventually what happens is that they rebel after they get some freedom or they fall out with their family. So we see cases of keshdhari Sikh boys cutting their own hair that they kept since birth and blame it on some random stranger. Then a big hoo haa follows and cries of racist attack but eventually it turns out the guy cut his kesh themselves because of the pressures of living a dastaar wearing Sikh in society. Like the case that was in scotland a few years ago. We see cases like harnam kaur from slough, uk the "bearded lady" who thinks sikhi means you can wear miniskirts show your legs/body off, have tattoos, wear lipstick/makeup and look like a clown while having a huge 10inch beard. We see bibiyan who have moushtashes and thinking they being extra religious and eventually some Sikh guy will find that attractive. Chances of them getting married is very slim and so they fall into depression and other health problems. You have some girls on instagram who are born into well known jatha or gurdwara commitee member families but they dress like wh0res and they chat to random non-sikh guys who gives them attention. Some even go as far as to take up boozing, clubbing and eventually sleeping with random guys at school, college and uni all under the noses of their religious family members. They have gone the other extreme of rebelling into atheistic hedonistic filth. Then lastly we have Sikh women organisations instead of giving guidance and advice for Sikh females to stray clear from non-sikh ideologies and influences they are promoting non-sikh filth like 3rd wave feminism and helping with domestic abuse cases against men instead of getting to the root of the problem and resolving that. Basically killing their own community without offering real help that can save marriages, relationships, family and the sikh panth. The best way is around the middle way not to the extremes of the left and the right. There is no such thing as total gender equality in nature nor in Sikhi. Those who claim there is need to show evidence. as SGGS Ji clearly states for women to dress modestly. Kaurs have to be wise and think long term about prospects and how to help themselves spiritually and Sikhi grow in terms of demographics. They have been unique responsibility of bring the next generation of life into the world. Sikh guys dont have that ability and therefore they need to dress modestly, only date and marry Sikh guys and try to life as best as they can according to the wisdom of SGGS Ji.
  9. yup thats the sad reality of donkeys Though the more ordinary people expose them the more people will wake up from their corruption and wealth hording antics.
  10. yup thats the sad reality of donkeys the more people expose them the more people will wake up from their corruption and wealth hording antics.
  11. Dont think they really count I dont see them promoting Sikhi or doing things for Sikh community they (like harman kaur) more about personal development and promoting non-sikh ideologies like feminism. So don't qualify unless we see evidence to the contrary. Not sure she qualifys here she probably in the category of personal development/ promoting non-sikh ideologies. Btw another inspirational Sikh women I just remembered are the famous singh twins who create art that relate Sikh history in some of their pieces.
  12. Hundreds of Afghan asylum seekers snuck into the UK using British Sikhs' passports - because turbans on ID photos meant border officials couldn't spot the difference Border officials are said to have difficulty distinguishing between the illegal immigrants and genuine passport holders because of turbans in ID documents Daljit Kapoor, 41, Harmit Kapoor, 40, and Davinder Chawla appeared in court They provided Sikhs from Afghanistan with passports of family members By Anthony Joseph for MailOnline Published: 16:36, 14 March 2017 | Updated: 18:20, 14 March 2017 Border officials are said to have difficulty distinguishing between the illegal immigrants and genuine passport holders because Sikh men are allowed to wear turbans in their ID documents Hundreds of Afghan asylum seekers snuck into the UK using British Sikhs' passports - because turbans on their photos meant border officials couldn't spot the difference. Border officials are said to have difficulty distinguishing between the illegal immigrants and genuine passport holders because Sikh men are allowed to wear turbans in their ID documents. Today three Sikh men Daljit Kapoor, 41, Harmit Kapoor, 40, and Davinder Chawla, 42, admitted running a scam providing Sikhs from the war-torn country with passports of family members who most looked like them so they could pass themselves off as British citizens. Around 30 people from the same Afghans Sikh community are said to have successfully claimed asylum after paying the trio £12,000 per family to enter the UK. But the authorities believe there may be hundreds more as the scam is believed to have gone on for a number of years undetected. The three will be sentenced at Inner London Crown Court later this month for their part in the smuggling racket. A gang member would drive to Paris with genuine passports of family members and hand them over to men, women and children so they could get through airport security. Once in the country the gang retrieved the passports and reused them with new groups and families. The gang is also understood to have operated from Thailand. It was not until easyJet staff noticed something was wrong and alerted French authorities that the conspiracy was unearthed. In June 2014 Chawla drove to France and boarded a flight with around 11 Afghan Sikhs, making up three families, but were stopped when they entered the UK. Edward Aydin, prosecuting at an earlier hearing at Camberwell Magistrates' Court, said: 'We say these three men are the facilitators in this organisation, this organised crime, where they are using genuine British passport holders within the Sikh community. 'It's a Sikh conspiracy and it's occurring because it's very difficult for the authorities at the border control to distinguish who's who on the passports.' Outside court a legal source said: 'They would get the passports of their relatives and marry them up with the asylum seekers who most looked like them, obviously the beards and turbans made it easier. 'But it was also the women and children as well, whole families were being brought in. 'And once they are here, because they from Afghanistan and are claiming to be persecuted by the Taliban, they can't be sent back. 'They have been doing this for a long time, probably years, and have made a hell of a lot of money doing it, charging around £12,000 per family. 'We don't know for how long because they way they did it is virtually undetectable, there are probably hundreds of people who have come into the country this way that his group have helped. 'It was only when easyJet staff noticed something was wrong and alerted French authorities that we found out about it.' +2 The three will be sentenced at Inner London Crown Court later this month for their part in the smuggling racket Both Kapoors, of Hounslow, who are cousins, and Chawla, of Isleworth, who is also a member of the same extended family, appeared at Inner London Crown Court and sat in the dock alongside two interpreters. As their trial was about to start, three of the defendants pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to help asylum seekers to enter the UK illegally between May and June 2014. Harmit Kapoor also admitted booking flights between June 8 and June 21, 2014, for the asylum seekers to get to Britain. Chawla admitted hiring a vehicle to facilitate their entry into the country when he drove to Paris. A fourth suspect, Joginder Dawan, 41, pleaded not guilty to one count of conspiracy to help asylum seekers enter the UK and one charge of assisting the offence by allowing his passport to be used to book flights and travel. Not guilty verdicts were recorded for both counts and he was discharged. In February 2011 Chawla, along with four other men was jailed for five years for also helping illegal immigrants enter the country as part of an identical conspiracy. The gang was given a total of 26 years between them.
  13. The recent ruling on employers/businesses in the EU being allowed to ban overt religious/political signs/symbols like headscarfs will probably have an impact on Sikh turbans as a company can claim they want workplace with no religious clothing showing to create a neutral one size fits all policy. It would obviously have a negative impact on already discriminated and prejudged Sikh men of south asian background/ brown skin with facial hair and on top of it them not being allowed to wear their own turbans.
  14. yup Islamo-fascists have give all religious minded people a bad name and made it that much harder for non-muslim people who are religiously inclined to have a fair crack of the whip in terms of jobs and equal human rights. The two biggest oppressors of humanity and in western society in present times are evil vile islamo-fascists who want to impose own their way on everyone and the equally evil vile atheist fascists who want to try to do the same thing.
  15. Yes, its a bit like a white or a black man saying all chinese look the same to them and vice versa. Also that prosecutor guy calls it a "sikh conspiracy" I find that highly offensive term to use as its generalizing and demonising the whole Sikh community. imagine if someone called something a jewish conspiracy in a legal court about something a few corrupt jews did like banking fraud or similar criminal activity as they are shown in news articles to part take in. The uproar that would create in the mainstream media would be huge. I wonder what ideology or religion he subscribes to and how he would feel if someone defamed his community in those terms.
  16. yes just noticed it, unfortunately It got pressed twice after it was taking ages to load. Note to Mods: please delete the other thread, posted in error
  17. Hundreds of Afghan asylum seekers snuck into the UK using British Sikhs' passports - because turbans on ID photos meant border officials couldn't spot the difference Border officials are said to have difficulty distinguishing between the illegal immigrants and genuine passport holders because of turbans in ID documents Daljit Kapoor, 41, Harmit Kapoor, 40, and Davinder Chawla appeared in court They provided Sikhs from Afghanistan with passports of family members By Anthony Joseph for MailOnline Published: 16:36, 14 March 2017 | Updated: 18:20, 14 March 2017 Border officials are said to have difficulty distinguishing between the illegal immigrants and genuine passport holders because Sikh men are allowed to wear turbans in their ID documents Hundreds of Afghan asylum seekers snuck into the UK using British Sikhs' passports - because turbans on their photos meant border officials couldn't spot the difference. Border officials are said to have difficulty distinguishing between the illegal immigrants and genuine passport holders because Sikh men are allowed to wear turbans in their ID documents. Today three Sikh men Daljit Kapoor, 41, Harmit Kapoor, 40, and Davinder Chawla, 42, admitted running a scam providing Sikhs from the war-torn country with passports of family members who most looked like them so they could pass themselves off as British citizens. Around 30 people from the same Afghans Sikh community are said to have successfully claimed asylum after paying the trio £12,000 per family to enter the UK. But the authorities believe there may be hundreds more as the scam is believed to have gone on for a number of years undetected. The three will be sentenced at Inner London Crown Court later this month for their part in the smuggling racket. A gang member would drive to Paris with genuine passports of family members and hand them over to men, women and children so they could get through airport security. Once in the country the gang retrieved the passports and reused them with new groups and families. The gang is also understood to have operated from Thailand. It was not until easyJet staff noticed something was wrong and alerted French authorities that the conspiracy was unearthed. In June 2014 Chawla drove to France and boarded a flight with around 11 Afghan Sikhs, making up three families, but were stopped when they entered the UK. Edward Aydin, prosecuting at an earlier hearing at Camberwell Magistrates' Court, said: 'We say these three men are the facilitators in this organisation, this organised crime, where they are using genuine British passport holders within the Sikh community. 'It's a Sikh conspiracy and it's occurring because it's very difficult for the authorities at the border control to distinguish who's who on the passports.' Outside court a legal source said: 'They would get the passports of their relatives and marry them up with the asylum seekers who most looked like them, obviously the beards and turbans made it easier. 'But it was also the women and children as well, whole families were being brought in. 'And once they are here, because they from Afghanistan and are claiming to be persecuted by the Taliban, they can't be sent back. 'They have been doing this for a long time, probably years, and have made a hell of a lot of money doing it, charging around £12,000 per family. 'We don't know for how long because they way they did it is virtually undetectable, there are probably hundreds of people who have come into the country this way that his group have helped. 'It was only when easyJet staff noticed something was wrong and alerted French authorities that we found out about it.' +2 The three will be sentenced at Inner London Crown Court later this month for their part in the smuggling racket Both Kapoors, of Hounslow, who are cousins, and Chawla, of Isleworth, who is also a member of the same extended family, appeared at Inner London Crown Court and sat in the dock alongside two interpreters. As their trial was about to start, three of the defendants pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to help asylum seekers to enter the UK illegally between May and June 2014. Harmit Kapoor also admitted booking flights between June 8 and June 21, 2014, for the asylum seekers to get to Britain. Chawla admitted hiring a vehicle to facilitate their entry into the country when he drove to Paris. A fourth suspect, Joginder Dawan, 41, pleaded not guilty to one count of conspiracy to help asylum seekers enter the UK and one charge of assisting the offence by allowing his passport to be used to book flights and travel. Not guilty verdicts were recorded for both counts and he was discharged. In February 2011 Chawla, along with four other men was jailed for five years for also helping illegal immigrants enter the country as part of an identical conspiracy. The gang was given a total of 26 years between them.
  18. For me Sukhmani Kaur Basics of sikhi - Is probably the only female one that stands out for her sewa to sangat and sikhi. The other Sikh women mentioned by simran are not very well known for their work yet.
  19. Yes, I find the sharma's the most vilest anti-sikh group of brahmin hindu punjabi's you can get though some sharma are Sikh who just happened to have the surname sharma and belong to brahmin sikh community. Verma are usually 50/50 one groups are pro-sikh and other half are into hp cults. Masih are punjabi christians these group are the sly ones who try to brainwash non-christians into their abrahmic cult using the promise of free medicine and cash loans aided by western rich governments and church funds. It doesnt matter how they come into sikhi or embrace it. What matters is that people are and we should welcome them in with open arms as brothers and sisters. If we close ourselves like some hp cult or castist cult then sikhi wont spread and we will be reduced in numbers as people marry out because of brainwashing by the atheist west rich elites. Basics of Sikhi are doing amazing job and they are making islamic and christian missionaries mad, which is the best bit. We should be targetting hindu punjabis too because their cults are dangerous to Sikh population of punjab and india. The reason why hindu punjabis have been left alone by Sikh missionaries is because of SGPC which has been controlled by jattwad castists probably in the pay of RSS they are the new brahmins elitists who secretly infiltrated our institutions so that we couldnt spread Sikhi to dalits or others and as a result we lost our chance of Sikhistan/Khalistan back in 1940s. You maybe HP in disguise of a Sikh we dont know but either way only the enemy of Waheguru's Sikhi doesnt want it to spread to non-sikhs. So any tactic that can be used to convert non-sikhs especially breeding age women to Sikhi the better because there is an ideological war going on out there the muslims know this and breed like rats and convert women because divorcing and getting another woman to breed with to increase muslim population. Most Sikhs are lost in a state of m0ronic denial at the moment to ground realities of how population is important as it equals political power = better rights and treatment for Sikhs. I read somewhere on another forum once that Guru Nanak dev ji once said if you live and spread the goodness of sikhi you will be saved in the after life with the lords grace. Also after you die Waheguru will ask you what did you do while on earth to further my religion, when you were given Sikhi did you help others get into the religion or did you selfishly keep to yourself? What will you say? Death can happen any time my friend but if you haven't helped spread the religion and convert non-believers into Sikh believers then you will probably be judged harshly. Waheguru didnt manifest Sikhi on earth so that it can die out or only a small select cult of people can practice it, he wants it to spread. And spread it shall if we all work at it.
  20. I noticed alot of haters which include punjabi Christians. black Christians, south asian muslims and off course punjabi hindu's really hate it when blacks or whites convert to sikhi. Alot of these scumbags always leave negative comments on these kinda videos out of pure jealously and hatred for non-punjabis/non-indians embracing Sikhi. But for us in Sikhi its great to see different people from different races and walks of lifes hearing the Guru's message and giving their life to sikhi and reconnecting their soul to Waheguru.
  21. Different issues different electorate and constituency. AAP didnt field punjabi local candidates that the people could relate too and trust. Plus also people are claiming there was electronic vote machine rigging and voter fraud going on in different states across india but especially in punjab. Who knows the truth but theres interesting videos out there right now like this one
  22. How did congress get back in power in punjab after absence of 10years or more? Well its quite simple. The Sikh vote was split by the AAP and akali daal made their manifesto about multifaith punjabiyat rather than Sikh orientated agenda thus losing the Sikh popular vote. Many Sikhs disillusioned by punjabi politics stayed away from voting for Akali dal and some voted for AAP as they wanted a change from the corrupt badal mafia family had inflicted alot of damage to punjab. Then we had the hindu punjabis who instead of voting for the new boys AAP or BJP mostly voted for the anti-sikh congress party thus showing their communal colours. The hindu punjabi brahmin leaders whipped up anti-khalistan sentiment to scare HP's into voting for congress. Like this <banned word filter activated> anti-sikh hindu demon kali ma worshipper And the likes of Shiv sena they actively campaigned to get hindus out to vote to elect congress as a snub to BJP but also to rub salt into the wounds of Sikhs. Remember 40% of tiny punjab is hindu now its possibly close to 50 percent maybe as SGPC has been more interested in maintaining badal familys grip on power than spreading Sikhi convert punjab to 99% Sikh as it should have been. The pro-khalistan party of Simranjeet mann has been a joke party for a long time now. He is a clapped out old relic that has no influence or power and is clinging on to his leadership of a sinking ship rather than giving leadership to a younger charismatic educated leader to take the movement forward. The one agenda party isnt going to solve the daily needs of punjabi's who are more worried about economy and health than independence into the unknown. His party has no solutions for their daily bread so will never get the popular Sikh vote.
  23. Digital heroin emerging major threat among mobile crazy youth Yudhvir Rana | TNN | Feb 24, 2017, 05.09 PM IST AMRITSAR: Not only the substance addiction is taking lives of Punjabi youth but with the vast popularity and unabated use of internet, the screen addiction has also emerged as a potent threat for people of all age groups using mobile phones, which is causing major behavioral disorders as well as impotency. "There are over a dozen patients, with majority of young girls undergoing treatment of behaviour disorder in our internet deaddiction centre," said addiction psychiatrist Dr. JPS Bhatia while talking to TOI on Friday. Stating that benefits of social networking was far less than its harmful effects, Bhatia said it was hiding one's own true identity under the garb of a pleasing activity. He said that parents approach with sudden fall in grades of their children while wives complain about their husbands neglecting them. Among youth, the symptoms of screen addiction includes unconsciously looking at mobile phone, hand movement towards phone, relationship problems with immediate family members and living in a dream-like state. Giving example, Bhatia said that parent of one of his patients reported that their son spends hours in bathroom. Vaishali (name changed), mother of a 15-year-old girl screen addict, said, "I was worried to find major changes in my daughter's behaviour. She would spend at least three to four hours in bathroom and when I clandestinely checked her mobile, it was full of porn stuff and more than one hundred male Facebook friends that was an alarming call." Bhatia said that among adult males, erectile malfunction was a major symptom. "When husband and wife are using cell phone, they feel they are being neglected. This emptiness leads to marital disharmony," he said. Notably, a recently released government data had disclosed Amritsar as the top city among others for sharing sexual abuse material. According to the data, Amritsar took top place with more than 4.3 lakh "files of interest" - code for child porn - shared between July 1, 2016 to January 15, 2017. While Delhi was second in the slot followed by Lucknow. Talking about the treatment part, he said at the internet deaddiction centre, they give life skills counselling and advise on inculcating good habits while the male adults were made to realize the importance of real relations over the fantasy world of pornography. While agreeing to the addiction caused by mobile phones and excessive use of internet, medical superintendent Guru Nanak Dev Medical Hospital Dr. Ram Saroop said that over-dependence on mobile phones was causing frustration among youth and related disorders. Bhatia suggested to develop "role models" at the school level as the first measure to check the impending threat of screen addiction. "Students follow their teachers and if the teachers will keep the mobiles away, they will learn the same."
  24. Yeah i think digital addiction is bad enough for adults but for kids its even worse as it inhabits brain development through lack of sleep and attention deficiency. Alot of the youngsters these days get bored very easily anything that is in a book is just not as exciting or interesting to them as the moving images, video sounds on tablets and phones. It leads to a range of mental health and behavioral problems. Also there is another problem, the brainwashing of punjabi youth through dangerous ideologies like atheism and islam by videos. We have seen western born young muslim and white kids get groomed by isis propaganda or extremist muslim videos so they start hating non-muslims and non-muslim societies. Our punjabi boys tend not be be easily groomed and converted by such filth as they usually very pro-sikh and anti-islam but punjabi girls are easily groomed and very naive in how the real world works they been brainwashed by leftist marxist sarbat da bhalla type liberals meaning they have no real love or loyalty to sikhi or punjabi/sikh males. Punjabi girls are copying western style revealing clothing, makeup and hairstyles thinking if they dont they are backwards or will be made fun of. What they dont realise is that girls who dress modestly and behave modestly get the most respect and girls who dont are the ones every guy wants to use and abuse for short term but long term they want someone decent with a good rep to breed with and bring into the family home. Propaganda online by atheists and abrahmics (christians and muslims) is vastly available on social media grooming our community to think a certain way. I realised this issue in another topic few weeks ago and the Sikhs community needs to start producing their own propaganda material to brain cleanse and convert people to sikhi. I saw one muslim girl complain her bro was brainwashed by basicsofsikhi videos to become a sikh that made me laugh a little but also open my eyes to how powerful the power of new digital media is getting even born muslims to become Sikhs through knowledge and parchar by sikhs online. There was even an arab guy on facebook living in kuwait who started to recite japji sahib and doesnt look sikh on the outside but is a a sikh in the inside as he stated he is a sikh now. Everyday is a battle is a war of propaganda and idea's. As Sikhs we need to make sure we are winning that war and everyday we battle against anything non-sikhi we see brainwashing our youth. We need to ensure pro-sikh parchar is done in good and positive way so that they don't get further pushed into the camps of the non-sikh ideologies.