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S1ngh    1,389
7 minutes ago, BhForce said:

There's a person from California named Gurpreet. He's always where there's a dispute.  He stated that everybody in the Sangat was against Dhadrianwale actually, it was only about 15 people.
Don't make false statements. 

Are you saying above or someone else? Because I know everything that happened there because I’m involved in it - first hand experience from day one meetings till today. Any questions?

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BhForce    536
15 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

Are you saying above or someone else? Because I know everything that happened there because I’m involved in it - first hand experience from day one meetings till today. Any questions?

No, brother, this is my transcription of Sant Dhadrianwale's 10min video. From my post:

"This is basically what he said. I'll reply later on below:"

I don't know if Gurpreet Singh from California made a recent refutation video, but I know that he does a lot of that sort of thing. Quite interesting that Dhadrianwale did not address any substantive points made by Gurpreet Singh, but merely homed in on the number of protesters and supporters.

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BhForce    536
27 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

Are you saying above or someone else? Because I know everything that happened there because I’m involved in it - first hand experience from day one meetings till today. Any questions?

Yes, I do.

What all went down?

Why did the committee even invite him in the first place? 

Are the cmte members rode hedonists and atheists? Devout rode? Kesadhari shraabi kabaabi, or devout kesadhari? Amritdhari or mistaken (missionary) Amritdhari?

Did some traditional Sikhs show up to oppose Dhadrianwale? In what way were they opposing Dhadrianwale? Did the cmte attempt to calmly ask the opponents to leave the Darbar Hall, or did they jump straight to beating them up? 

Was the cmte beating people up?

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S1ngh    1,389
1 hour ago, BhForce said:

Why did the committee even invite him in the first place? 

Before I start, I was one of supporter of the current management’s supporter whether they have any program/event or elections. Even, we had their help in setting up Punjabi school locally. But anyway, everything goes away when it comes to make a stand on truth.

They always invite him. They also sponsored him legally to become the permanent resident of United States. They took that back last year (as I heard). Ranjit got his visa denied and this same management went to national congressman to get his visa approved. 

 

1 hour ago, BhForce said:

Are the cmte members rode hedonists and atheists? Devout rode? Kesadhari shraabi kabaabi, or devout kesadhari? Amritdhari or mistaken (missionary) Amritdhari?

Mix of different type of folks. There are few good men but main players had trouble past. Main sponsor who is also main spokesman of gurughar is amritdhari but blackens his beard pitch black and owns many liquor stores. Same guy is also president of akali dal badal (us). 

 

1 hour ago, BhForce said:

Did some traditional Sikhs show up to oppose Dhadrianwale? In what way were they opposing Dhadrianwale? Did the cmte attempt to calmly ask the opponents to leave the Darbar Hall, or did they jump straight to beating them up? 

 

Group of few singhs who were once good in terms with them. They went to ask for a meeting with Ranjit Singh a day before his program. That was their request. MGMT didn’t want to but somewhat agreed but never replied and ignored their repeated attempts to reach them days after meeting. They went back on their words. They didn’t want any meetings but one or two management members were on singhs side and made the meeting possible about one week before ranjit’s diwan.

35 to 40 singhs went on Friday (working day). Management was fully prepared. They were asking for id’s near entrance. Anyhow singhs were sitting in the diwan hall. All of them were of mix backgrounds.

The liquor store owner guy was the stage host. He is also the secretary of the gurughar. He announce please keep peace. An hour before Ranjit came in, liquor store owner guy along with hired security and his goons went to lift singhs up to take them off the gurdwara hall. Remember there was nothing happening when they went to Sangat area to remove them. One of their management person stopped this and sat with Sangat to keep peace. Ranjit came in afterwards- he did kirtan 30 mins, nobody said anything. When he started his usual lecture, Sangat started jaikaras and their folks also started to do same and then one of their guy who now caught on video came in and took off one singhs turban and then you know what happened.  Most of the singhs who came were mature middle age folks. In my personal view, management is in hankar and too proudly. They are bound to fail by making such reckless decisions. 

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BhForce    536
2 hours ago, S1ngh said:

Clip of liquor store store owner and gurdwara management hitting a sitting young singh and trying to drag old person. This was the start.C4B596A7-0369-4215-BF2B-9A0D7EF49823.mov

The guy (jet-black beard liquor-selling "Amritdhari" uncle) is just going around randomly hitting people who are calmly sitting down. Did he down a few pegs before the divan?

Hitting people who did not hit you is assault. It doesn't matter if you own the gurdwara, like I think he does.

Will he also be booked for assault? Or just the Singhs for shouting a few jaikaras?

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chatanga    1,068
On 15/08/2017 at 6:48 AM, Kira said:

While I second this. Another small Benti might be to remove the anonymous like system. Nothing malicious but I'd love to see how everyones views differ on his.

 

Admin, if you did this you would see who is suppoprting some of these missionary nindaks on this forum.

 

On 23/09/2017 at 6:20 PM, BhForce said:

Well, I find it quite interesting that you have people (including Sant Dhadrianwale's retinue and possibly including NKJ) who support Dhadrianwale for years. Presumably they support the stuff that Sant Dhadrianwale preached at that time, like Naam Simran. Now, suddenly, he turns around and basically says Naam Simran is manmat. And his followers don't abandon him, they cling even tighter to him.

 

Because they are in acult and they dont know it yet. Their focus has become Dhadrianwala rather than Gurmat.

 

On 24/09/2017 at 4:44 AM, BhForce said:

This is basically what he said (a transcription of Dhadrianwale's video above). I'll reply later on below in another post:

 

Who is he talking about with regard to those questions? Which Sikh beleives that God is separate from him/her?

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SoulSingh    109
On 9/23/2017 at 8:48 PM, S1ngh said:

Are you saying above or someone else? Because I know everything that happened there because I’m involved in it - first hand experience from day one meetings till today. Any questions?

Lol was there as well, thanks for ruining it 

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S1ngh    1,389
1 hour ago, SoulSingh said:

Lol was there as well, thanks for ruining it 

And..? Let us hear your side of story then.

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