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2 hours ago, Singh1989 said:

QUESTION! Is this what we as Sikhs have come down to? To ridicule other's cause whom they're married to? AND to ridicule/ call them names behind keyboards?

Brother, either you're amazingly naive or amazingly clever. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume the former.

When you ask if this is what we've come down to, you seem to imply that there was some golden age when Sikhs happily married people who wanted to destroy the Sikh community (and every other community). Is that what you believe? (Not a rhetorical question, please respond.) Clue: From the blessed mouth of Guru Gobind Singh ji in their final words: Marry your children to a house where there is "Akal Purkh di Sikhi".

I wouldn't promote the use of vulgar names, but ridicule is absolutely something that the Khalsa used to express their disapproval of a number of things. This is shown in the Khalsa Bola (Khalsa code-language) which used words like "Budh-avtar" for a disabled person to express their belief against pacifism.

What's wrong with ridicule? It's not like we're killing (or even beating) anybody. Ridicule is a non-violent method of expressing disapproval.  A recap:

23 hours ago, BhForce said:

The kind of stuff that @genie posts performs the function of socialization, the process of learning how to behave acceptably in society. In this case Sikh society, and one unacceptable behavior is going off and marrying non-Sikhs. Instead of sitting under a banyan tree in the village, we've electronicized the conversation, and are expressing what's unacceptable behavior in that way.

Are you against socialization? (Please respond.) If so, that would be unbelievable. You are actually against any socialization whatsoever? If not, are you only against socialization when done by Sikhs?

Here's the reason for the ridicule, by the way (excuse the small grammatical error):

23 hours ago, BhForce said:

As for Sukhwinder, yeah, you're right, it's pointless to think we'll bring her back. We won't. But the point is by expressing disapproval of Sukhwinder, we'll helping to stop the next Sukhwinder, either someone who's reading this forum, or a friend of someone reading this forum.

Do you agree or disagree that Sikhs should take steps to stop the decimation of their community? Finally, do you agree with the mission of Guru Nanak Dev ji, and do you want to preserve the Sikh community or not?

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4 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Not that I give a sh1te about what she gets up to, but how do you know?

I dont either blud.

Well there was no evidence of it, i fink at the time, only 1 paper was runnin wit this news, nobody else did (i maybe wrong with that). They both denied it aswel as their camps. Normally these popstars dont deny anyfink wen it comes to stuff like this i noticed. 

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3 hours ago, Singh1989 said:

QUESTION! Is this what we as Sikhs have come down to? To ridicule other's cause whom they're married to? AND to ridicule/ call them names behind keyboards?

Question is why does it bother you so much?

Just stay out of a thread next time if you haven't got anything worthwhile to contribute in.

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1 hour ago, BhForce said:

Brother, either you're amazingly naive or amazingly clever. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume the former.

When you ask if this is what we've come down to, you seem to imply that there was some golden age when Sikhs happily married people who wanted to destroy the Sikh community (and every other community). Is that what you believe? (Not a rhetorical question, please respond.) Clue: From the blessed mouth of Guru Gobind Singh ji in their final words: Marry your children to a house where there is "Akal Purkh di Sikhi".

I wouldn't promote the use of vulgar names, but ridicule is absolutely something that the Khalsa used to express their disapproval of a number of things. This is shown in the Khalsa Bola (Khalsa code-language) which used words like "Budh-avtar" for a disabled person to express their belief against pacifism.

What's wrong with ridicule? It's not like we're killing (or even beating) anybody. Ridicule is a non-violent method of expressing disapproval.  A recap:

Are you against socialization? (Please respond.) If so, that would be unbelievable. You are actually against any socialization whatsoever? If not, are you only against socialization when done by Sikhs?

Here's the reason for the ridicule, by the way (excuse the small grammatical error):

Do you agree or disagree that Sikhs should take steps to stop the decimation of their community? Finally, do you agree with the mission of Guru Nanak Dev ji, and do you want to preserve the Sikh community or not?

Great reply, there are those of us who care about the Sikh panth, kaum and desh and there are others who are probably non-sikhs who dont really care what happens in the panth.

We can easily find who they are on the forum and they usually who try question us or try to stop us speaking out against issues that harm Sikh interests, Sikh faith, Sikh families and future Sikh demographics.

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4 hours ago, Singh1989 said:

QUESTION! Is this what we as Sikhs have come down to? To ridicule other's cause whom they're married to? AND to ridicule/ call them names behind keyboards?

Good question? It seems like It's far easier to sit and condemn people who have no material relevance to our lives.. Rage against a non-existent threat.. Rather in the imagined defense of the quam people undermine and degenerate the beliefs they think they are supposed to be upholding. Ironic isn't it 

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7 minutes ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Good question? It seems like It's far easier to sit and condemn people who have no material relevance to our lives.. Rage against a non-existent threat.. Rather in the imagined defense of the quam people undermine and degenerate the beliefs they think they are supposed to be upholding. Ironic isn't it 

Arent you meant to be on quality control?

Wasnt your last account placed in quality mode for mocking one of the 52 commandments of guru gobind singh ji stating a sikh daughter should only be given to another sikh family for marriage?

 

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Just now, genie said:

Arent you meant to be on quality control?

Wasnt your last account placed in quality mode for mocking one of the 52 commandments of guru gobind singh ji stating a sikh daughter should only be giving to another sikh?

 

it would help if you constructed a coherent question.. 

Are someone mocked 'one of the 52' (interesting mix between numerals and words) commandments (are you talking about hukumnana? )  stating "a Sikh daughter should only be giving to another Sikh" what exactly is a Sikh (if you are going to quote hukumnana then atleast try and be 'Shudh') ?  If you gonna step up raise your game 

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1 minute ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

it would help if you constructed a coherent question.. 

Are someone mocked 'one of the 52' (interesting mix between numerals and words) commandments (are you talking about hukumnana? )  stating "a Sikh daughter should only be giving to another Sikh" what exactly is a Sikh (if you are going to quote hukumnana then atleast try and be 'Shudh') ?  If you gonna step up raise your game 

http://sikhsangat.com/index.php?/profile/45987-sukhvirk76/

This you right? The same he/she that was wetting them-self with sheer idiocy as you put it because you got called out for promoting inter-faith relationships and mocking Guru Ji's commandments against such relationships.

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Just now, genie said:

http://sikhsangat.com/index.php?/profile/45987-sukhvirk76/

This you right? The same he/she that was wetting them-self with sheer idiocy as you put it because you got called out for promoting inter-faith relationships and mocking Guru Ji's commandments against such relationships.

Hahaha.. can you even quote a commandment? Come on let's see how far your intellect takes you.. Isn't it ironic that you call yourself 'genie'? Shall I pretend  I'm Aladdin lol 

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5 minutes ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Hahaha.. can you even quote a commandment? Come on let's see how far your intellect takes you.. Isn't it ironic that you call yourself 'genie'? Shall I pretend  I'm Aladdin lol 

Just as I thought...spoken like a true non-sikh.

Go read up on the 52 commandments of Guru Gobind Singh Ji....find the one that is talking about Sikh daughters then come back to me if you think I'm wrong.

 

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Just now, genie said:

Just as I thought...spoken like a true non-sikh.

Go read up on the 52 commandments of Guru Gobind Singh Ji....find the one that is talking about Sikh daughters then come back to me if you think I'm wrong.

Hahaha 

You're the one who made the claim.. Show me where you get your assertion from.. 

Don't worry I don't expect you will because you can't, because you're lazy and can't think or understand the importance of being concise (shudh). Jog on 

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On 2017-6-5 at 9:19 PM, genie said:

kids they got muslim names. I feel sorry for the kids it must be embarrassing having a mom like that.

Muslim names.. Hahaha 

From someone who is self named "genie" from the Arabic story of 1001 nights.. Jinn

How ridiculous lol

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