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16 hours ago, Guest Jagsaw_Singh said:

Come on now BHS. You know as well as I do that a 800cc Maruti will not get you from A to B.  It will get you tipped over in a ditch each time a truck passes or a moderately strong wind blows.

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Can we make jagsaw a political website and hand him the keys?

@jagsaw I respect that you have an opinion, but you come across to me as angry with a clear political agenda, which just makes me not really trust your intentions for posting. Like it's one thing to go to church and another thing to try and turn it into your political platform. 

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@jagsaw I respect that you have an opinion

Thank you. I respect and love you too.

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but you come across to me as angry

I'm not though. However you're not the first person here that's said that so although it's a wee bit frustrating for me because I'm not in the least bit angry there's not really much I can do to change that perception because it would involve supressing my thought process and creative juices. I will say though, I'm not really in the business about changing perceptions of me......I'm in the business of changing perceptions about reality. So yes...I do have an agenda.

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but you come across to me....with a clear political agenda

 

Doh. My bad. I said it too soon. (see above) But yes...I gave you a clue on page 3 of my Jagmeet thread when I said the following:

"I also particularly like those posters on this forum that deploy a Socratic approach to what they write, in that they pose hard-hitting questions and opinions with the objective of provoking the reader into some reflective analysis of the issues being discussed"

I deploy a socratic method to what I say and do because I want to get the reader into some deep reflective thinking.

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with a clear political agenda

Well....I wouldn't say a 'political' agenda. I mean I am a socialist and have deep political beliefs but it's very rare that partisan politics lies behind anything I say

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On 1/23/2018 at 9:30 AM, Guest Jagsaw_Singh said:

The main man of Nirvair Khalsa Jatha lives in a house in Scotland valued at £1.9 million 

Do you have any proof for your claim in terms of address and ownership proof?

Or are you just throwing this lie out there to hide your pro-Muslim pro-Pakistan agenda while attacking Gursikhs

 

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12 hours ago, Guest Jagsaw_Singh said:

Thank you. I respect and love you too.

I'm not though. However you're not the first person here that's said that so although it's a wee bit frustrating for me because I'm not in the least bit angry there's not really much I can do to change that perception because it would involve supressing my thought process and creative juices. I will say though, I'm not really in the business about changing perceptions of me......I'm in the business of changing perceptions about reality. So yes...I do have an agenda.

 

Doh. My bad. I said it too soon. (see above) But yes...I gave you a clue on page 3 of my Jagmeet thread when I said the following:

"I also particularly like those posters on this forum that deploy a Socratic approach to what they write, in that they pose hard-hitting questions and opinions with the objective of provoking the reader into some reflective analysis of the issues being discussed"

I deploy a socratic method to what I say and do because I want to get the reader into some deep reflective thinking.

Well....I wouldn't say a 'political' agenda. I mean I am a socialist and have deep political beliefs but it's very rare that partisan politics lies behind anything I say

Shukria ji,

I truly respect and appreciate your response. 

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On 26/01/2018 at 6:15 PM, Guest Lies aint Proof said:

Do you have any proof for your claim in terms of address and ownership proof?

Or are you just throwing this lie out there to hide your pro-Muslim pro-Pakistan agenda while attacking Gursikhs

 

 

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On 26/01/2018 at 4:56 PM, Guest Jagsaw_Singh said:

Thank you. I respect and love you too.

I'm not though. However you're not the first person here that's said that so although it's a wee bit frustrating for me because I'm not in the least bit angry there's not really much I can do to change that perception because it would involve supressing my thought process and creative juices. I will say though, I'm not really in the business about changing perceptions of me......I'm in the business of changing perceptions about reality. So yes...I do have an agenda.

 

Doh. My bad. I said it too soon. (see above) But yes...I gave you a clue on page 3 of my Jagmeet thread when I said the following:

"I also particularly like those posters on this forum that deploy a Socratic approach to what they write, in that they pose hard-hitting questions and opinions with the objective of provoking the reader into some reflective analysis of the issues being discussed"

I deploy a socratic method to what I say and do because I want to get the reader into some deep reflective thinking.

Well....I wouldn't say a 'political' agenda. I mean I am a socialist and have deep political beliefs but it's very rare that partisan politics lies behind anything I say

I humbly disagree. There is nothing socratic about the bukwaas you spout. Its hyperbole nonsense with made up facts to support your government of Pakistan agenda.

How is a car destroying Waheguru? What a ridiculous statement. Polluting sure. And what is excess? 1l engine? 1.2? What co2 emissions does gurbani define as acceptable?

You controversy seeking, unintelligent c*ck.

Wjkk wjkf

 

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Why he or they needs to do theatrics and the Deep echo sound system that they carry around? It is all theatre show but nothing else and same goes with many others.

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Is there a wage cap on pacharaks? If they are based in London do they get a bonus in light of it being more expensive to live there? Also the mentality about dissing gay people is out of order. If people are gay (wired that way) they will have the same challenge as the rest of us to keep lust at bay. The worst thing is to encourage closet folks into marriage which destroys not just the spouse but also any resulting kids

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2 hours ago, imhosingh said:

 The worst thing is to encourage closet folks into marriage which destroys not just the spouse but also any resulting kids

How would it destroy the spouse and kids?

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Here is one article, you can find many more. It's infamously damaging to everyone involved. 

http://www.nytimes.com/1995/04/23/us/left-behind-a-special-report-when-one-spouse-is-gay-and-a-marriage-unravels.html?pagewanted=all

EDIT: Note this has to do with closeted homosexuals in homophobic cultures.  I am expressing no opinion against homosexuals, or their families, in healthier more transparent accepting environments.

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6 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

How would it destroy the spouse and kids?

Ask your wife & kids.... or ask your mother...

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I've seen them live, watched many of their YouTube videos - as I do with other parcharaks. I've not encountered any issues with their messages.

Remember well what Gurbani says about slandering those close to him....

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 If you are on the inside you will realise that NKJ have a public side and a private side. The private side is hidden from the sangat and you are not meant to speak about it outside of the inner circle. Basically, it is true that Harinder is homosexual and is basically just a puppet for the powers that fund his and Dhadrianwale's organisations. They have agendas which the sangat are unaware of at present. Take this as a warning. 

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13 hours ago, Guest whistleblower said:

 If you are on the inside you will realise that NKJ have a public side and a private side. The private side is hidden from the sangat and you are not meant to speak about it outside of the inner circle. Basically, it is true that Harinder is homosexual and is basically just a puppet for the powers that fund his and Dhadrianwale's organisations. They have agendas which the sangat are unaware of at present. Take this as a warning. 

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