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groomed and brainwashed punjabi girl admits christians are taught sikhism from the devil

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The biggest secret is finally revealed what Christians don't want Sikhs to know!!!!

 

This brainwashed confused punjabi sister who says her mum worshipped hindu idols, buddha and claims to be ex-sikh

admitted that her Christian black friends of hers helped give her shelter when her mother kicked her out for being a h0e basically going clubs, drinking and sleeping around staying out late and so her black fiends slowly groomed her to Christianity by "helping her to jesus" and in her instagram post I read says that sikhism is from the devil aswell as other non-christian faiths.

Just reading her comments on instagram, twitter and youtube makes for sad reading how deluded she is and shows she is of low intelligence and very easily manipulated by christian groomers the same kinda tactics their abrahmic muslim counterparts use in grooming mentally vulnerable people to their cult.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BW-lgUDBidK/?taken-by=emeraldnavey&hl=en

https://twitter.com/emeraldnavey?lang=en

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reminds me of that raj jarett girl video she also was groomed and brainwashed by black christians and taught that there are 10 sikh gods and they are devils as she claimed.

Can you imagine a christian convert to sikh going on about how devils and evil spirits and how Christianity was from the devil so thus he converted to sikhism. People would think he/she has lost his mind and Sikhism is to blame for it but in Christianity it seems this sort of behavior is encouraged and promoted to make others believe their former faith was from the devil and jesus will save them.

Sikhs should now start to show zero tolerance towards Christianity they been hiding their real feelings of evil contempt for sikhi while converting our brothers and sisters to their vile teachings right under our noses especially in punjab.

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In many cases I wouldn't even say grooming, it's simply people stronger in their faith, even if they're not serious believers. They just have stronger faith than the average Sikh. Its definition odd, if you wonder why you never hear of folks turning to Sikhi in such situations. 

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Stupid cunt <banned word filter activated> 

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don't be deluded veer ji , they can and regularly do groom non-christians  to 'join the flock' , in fact they are trained  to do it from a young age, my twin sons are friends with christian twins since age 10 , both sets are strong in their individual faiths in fact, my lads asked them blatantly if they believed that being sikh meant they couldn't get into heaven, when the christians were trying to do promo of Christianity , the answer Yes, next question Are you trying to change us ? yes , no point bro we already pray and worship only the Creator. But then when asked about their Jewish forebears chances they didn't know how to answer, (family changed faith after WWII). Didn't stop them trying to get the lads over to their church even invite them to 'festival' weekend.

Obviously my sons  talk to me and I prewarned and armed them with sikhi knowledge , they are still good friends after 8 years and there is mutual respect because my lot could answer all the arguments and show sikhi as being more open , less condemning than Abrahamic faiths they knew. 

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3 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

 

don't be deluded veer ji , they can and regularly do groom non-christians  to 'join the flock' , in fact they are trained  to do it from a young age, my twin sons are friends with christian twins since age 10 , both sets are strong in their individual faiths in fact, my lads asked them blatantly if they believed that being sikh meant they couldn't get into heaven, when the christians were trying to do promo of Christianity , the answer Yes, next question Are you trying to change us ? yes , no point bro we already pray and worship only the Creator. But then when asked about their Jewish forebears chances they didn't know how to answer, (family changed faith after WWII). Didn't stop them trying to get the lads over to their church even invite them to 'festival' weekend.

Obviously my sons  talk to me and I prewarned and armed them with sikhi knowledge , they are still good friends after 8 years and there is mutual respect because my lot could answer all the arguments and show sikhi as being more open , less condemning than Abrahamic faiths they knew. 

I agree with you. I'm starting to warn fellow Sikhs I know about christians and how they are grooming our kids and others to speak evil against Sikhi saying its from the devil.

If all Sikhs helped their Sikhs relatives learn the truth about the anti-sikh teachings christians and muslims are taught then our community will be better defended. I blame the liberal Sikhs who have been preaching all faiths are equal and should be respected for creating an environment where abrahamics who do not respect our faith can move in and try convert our people by deception.

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11 hours ago, superkaur said:

The biggest secret is finally revealed what Christians don't want Sikhs to know!!!!

 

This brainwashed confused punjabi sister who says her mum worshipped hindu idols, buddha and claims to be ex-sikh

admitted that her Christian black friends of hers helped give her shelter when her mother kicked her out for being a h0e basically going clubs, drinking and sleeping around staying out late and so her black fiends slowly groomed her to Christianity by "helping her to jesus" and in her instagram post I read says that sikhism is from the devil aswell as other non-christian faiths.

Just reading her comments on instagram, twitter and youtube makes for sad reading how deluded she is and shows she is of low intelligence and very easily manipulated by christian groomers the same kinda tactics their abrahmic muslim counterparts use in grooming mentally vulnerable people to their cult.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BW-lgUDBidK/?taken-by=emeraldnavey&hl=en

https://twitter.com/emeraldnavey?lang=en

Is anyone really surprised she is confused about her religious identity when her mum dropped it like this? How was she supposed to get a solid identity with all that going on? (That being said, let's be real, some girls who are raised with a solid identity can also grow up to hoe about). I've seen quite a few Sikh parents practice this hedging of all bets with religion. But then her mum (who obviously had marital problems which makes a lot of women act bonkers) might also be of a superstitious bent and tried to 'satiate many gods' to try and relive all of the mental anguish she felt?

Also, females (and especially blokes! ) should realise that having a strong male figure growing up is VERY important for a girl's identity and subsequent relationships. Personally I think when it's inadequate or lacking, girls seem to seek out this missing masculine energy in their lives which easily transforms into premature sexuality, and/or promiscuity. Seen it a thousand times. 

Many of us here are already aware of the fact that our Panjabi community isn't always the most welcoming or warm either. So all these factors can work together (especially with extroverted females) and drive them into situations where they feel the warmth and acceptance they crave. 

Psychologically speaking, given her situation, it isn't really a big shock that she went this way.

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If there's a gauge nowadays to measure how much panthic forces are weak in punjab , it is the emergence of these fanatic christians who're spreading like locusts.

They are not going to be "slow" like the rss forces . They're going to be fast . 
If we don't wake up now, be ready to see more cathedrals and churches in punjab.

Its the same violent blood of abrahamic religions that seeks to convert everything in its way. Same sh***t  different flavor .

Hindus are waken up ! Sikhs are still sleeping . 

Now or never :/ 

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Also a special request , 

Stop focusing lesser on specific cases (one girl) and more on general trend of how things are going . Don't be fixated . 

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36 minutes ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

If there's a gauge nowadays to measure how much panthic forces are weak in punjab , it is the emergence of these fanatic christians who're spreading like locusts.

They are not going to be "slow" like the rss forces . They're going to be fast . 
If we don't wake up now, be ready to see more cathedrals and churches in punjab.

Its the same violent blood of abrahamic religions that seeks to convert everything in its way. Same sh***t  different flavor .

Hindus are waken up ! Sikhs are still sleeping . 

Now or never :/ 

no don't do that , hindus are converting at a faster rate than us and They just simply HIDE the fact by disowning the people., much like they disowned their daughters back in the day

When the ANgrez were writing headlines in newspapers of the imminent demise of sikhi within 10 years back in victorian days , Singhs didn'y pay any they just carri about ed on with parchaar, gurbani and rehit, they also pounced on areas where chinks were forming and double-down on parchaar. Don't worry about what people say about our future , worry about serving the Guru the best way you can and spread sikhi

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1 hour ago, superkaur said:

If all Sikhs helped their Sikhs relatives learn the truth about the anti-sikh teachings christians and muslims are taught then our community will be better defended.

The problem is there's those that just don't want to listen, no matter what method you try.  I've tried it with one of our relatives and she's made it clear that it's non of my business and one can believe in what they want. Even was polite and said I'm only concerned for her to protect her from falling in wrong hands. But she's not a kid, an adult with kids of her own, that can decide for herself, so she'll have to learn the hard way, because right now she thinks that anybody that says anything for her best interest is stupid. 

But the difference is although it's not Christians or Muslims, she's swaying towards Hindu practices. 

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Guru Nanak Dev Jio kirpa sadi bethi nu ve eh kiti eh kaley kaum ney

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11 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

no don't do that , hindus are converting at a faster rate than us and They just simply HIDE the fact by disowning the people., much like they disowned their daughters back in the day

When the ANgrez were writing headlines in newspapers of the imminent demise of sikhi within 10 years back in victorian days , Singhs didn'y pay any they just carri about ed on with parchaar, gurbani and rehit, they also pounced on areas where chinks were forming and double-down on parchaar. Don't worry about what people say about our future , worry about serving the Guru the best way you can and spread sikhi

your comment would make sense if we "internally" had that sense of rehit and unity and all.

We don't , thats the main problem point 

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your comment would make sense if we "internally" had that sense of rehit and unity and all.

We don't , thats the main problem point 

and that is what we have to concentrate on ,quality of our sikhi, doing regular naam abhiaas in EVERY gurdwara so everyone reattaches to the dharamshaley

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2 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

and that is what we have to concentrate on ,quality of our sikhi, doing regular naam abhiaas in EVERY gurdwara so everyone reattaches to the dharamshaley

Penji this is only applicable to those that attend the Gurdwara. But what about the ones that don't even go to Gurdwara or only once in a blue moon if it's somebody's wedding? 

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22 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

and that is what we have to concentrate on ,quality of our sikhi, doing regular naam abhiaas in EVERY gurdwara so everyone reattaches to the dharamshaley

This is only available to those who attend Gurdwaras. The fact of the matter is regardless where Sikhs are at, usually only about 10-20%, (these are overexagerated, not underexagerated,), go to any Gurdwara at least once a week. Add that with the fact that most Sangat at Gurdwaras are either youth or elderly, with only a small section being middle-aged, (the population most likely to convert), we can see where its going. This method only works for those who go once a week, (or 3 times a month). And usually keeps everyday Sikhs lost.

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2 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

This is only available to those who attend Gurdwaras. The fact of the matter is regardless where Sikhs are at, usually only about 10-20%, (these are overexagerated, not underexagerated,), go to any Gurdwara at least once a week. Add that with the fact that most Sangat at Gurdwaras are either youth or elderly, with only a small section being middle-aged, (the population most likely to convert), we can see where its going. This method only works for those who go once a week, (or 3 times a month). And usually keeps everyday Sikhs lost.

that 10-20 % would bring a seachange in energetics in their families , communities I've seen it happen , one child gets sikhi and somehow the whole family ends up gursikh

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Two of my cousins have turned Christian and now they are afraid of going to a Gurdwara. I was called a devil worshipper by a Christian. And they say Yoga is game of the devil.

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49 minutes ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

your comment would make sense if we "internally" had that sense of rehit and unity and all.

We don't , thats the main problem point 

People are working on it, and have been for a while. The remnants of anglo racial theories on Panjabi Sikhs is going to take time to eradicate, not least of all because a certain jaat can't stop singing and dancing about their casteism, and mass spread that buckwaas through the Panjabi music and movie industry. 

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13 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Two of my cousins have turned Christian and now they are afraid of going to a Gurdwara. I was called a devil worshipper by a Christian. And they say Yoga is game of the devil.

What country was this in?

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1 minute ago, dallysingh101 said:

What country was this in?

India and UK.

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1 minute ago, Dsinghdp said:

India and UK.

I tell you what. If you are highly social person, it might not be too easy being a Sikh because we don't really do all that 'pastoral support' stuff xtians do and our people an be quite gruff and standoffish. And I believe for the vast number of people the religious thing is more of a social thing in their lives than an individual spiritual thing. 

From way back even Bhai Gurdas said the path was hard, vaaloon nikki, khanda toon tikki. 

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13 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Two of my cousins have turned Christian and now they are afraid of going to a Gurdwara. I was called a devil worshipper by a Christian. And they say Yoga is game of the devil.

1, are your cousins braindead , ask them to look up when the bible was written and how many times the contents changed...

2. i would first confirm whether He believes God is perfect and all-powerful , once he says yes then accuse him of blaspheming against God by setting up the Devil as his adversary. Say SIkhs don't believe Anything is as powerfulo  as the Creator and that is who they pray too.

3. just laugh and say wrong faith

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20 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Two of my cousins have turned Christian and now they are afraid of going to a Gurdwara. I was called a devil worshipper by a Christian. And they say Yoga is game of the devil.

Thats really sad and shows the evil Christianity is teaching punjabis against Sikhi

It seems quite clear christian extremists are determined to finish off sikhi in punjab they tried and failed militarily in british empire days via christian missionaries and didnt succeed because punjabis hated white Christians for their brutal occupation and stealing of wealth from punjab but now they are trying more covertly through deception and fake promises of medical miracles and worshiping the white man syndrome through jesus.

Yoga is a way to bring white ex-christians and atheists into Sikhi oddly enough as many of those who left christainity for sikhi started practicing yoga

 

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31 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

that 10-20 % would bring a seachange in energetics in their families , communities I've seen it happen , one child gets sikhi and somehow the whole family ends up gursikh

Yes, but even among these 10-20% their families at least have some loyalty to the Sikh faith, (regardless of whether they are Amritdhari or keeping Kesh or not), but when you compare the extremes of the other side of those children not born in these families. In some Gursikhs extended families for example, there are hard-core Dera wale, as well as those practicing Hindu beliefs. Regardless of what the other people do.

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