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We the Sikhs so called are going to great lengths to eliminate the practices of Guru Gobind Singh, set up a military academy, dare we?

 

All forces of the world have military academies, What have our great scholars done for a Khalsa Military academy? Can someone name one pls?

 

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You would have thought US and Canadian Singhs would have been at the forefront of weapons training amongst our people given the ease of access to such things in those respective countries?

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3 hours ago, singhbj singh said:

I think Sikh Research means formal training ie educational institution to prepare Sikh candidates for service in Army.

 

 

Oh okay, so some of us still haven't progressed beyond imagining themselves as some sort of mercenary in another quom's army fighting in wars that have nothing to do with our people or our interests. Like we didn't do that enough for the British....

If people haven't twigged onto just how dubious today's wars are - then they absolutely must be retarded. I'm not in favour of any apnay playing soldier boy (essentially some sort of pawn) in some overly-privileged white man's wars. Any apna risking his/her neck for the Blairs/Bushes or Trumps of the world are straight mugs. 

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I think there is a will for a Khalsa Military force, and the panth does have people who are experienced in performing military duties in other armies. The key is where is such a academy to be set up. Ideally it would be in anandpur sahib.

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5 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

Tejvir

Why you have a a khanda with a british flag. What is meaning?

Thanks for your question.

I have had this avatar when I first joined the forum and haven't changed it since. At the time I identified as being British Sikh which I still do.

Even though there have been many atrocities by the British in history I don't let this get in the way of knowing that I was fortunate enough to attend a Sikh school in this country and completing my education at uni. I would like to contribute to the society around me and think Sikhi is the way to starvation in the world and provide justice to those who are abused or oppressed. 

In order to do this we need to be organised and a Khalsa Military Academy is a step in the right direction.

Would you attend a Khalsa Military Academy Big Tera?

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On 4/17/2017 at 0:31 AM, dallysingh101 said:

You would have thought US and Canadian Singhs would have been at the forefront of weapons training amongst our people given the ease of access to such things in those respective countries?

Ohhh we are :) 

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