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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from Jageera in Sikh Girl That 'converted' To Islam And Involved In Anti Sikh Propaganda   
    Woman, Khalsa is going to rule & destroy all the Sullahs.
    What's the point of your meandering when you know this end result??
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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from paapiman in Jagmeet Singh needs to be made Tankhaiya For his Letter asking for Weapons Ban   
    ਆਯੁਧ Probably.
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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from dalsingh101 in Jagmeet Singh needs to be made Tankhaiya For his Letter asking for Weapons Ban   
    ਆਯੁਧ Probably.
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    starchpagg47 reacted to dalsingh101 in Viewing Husband as God (with evidence)   
    How comes certain people (who expect their wives to view them as gods) haven't incorporated Charitrio Pakhyaan and its message into their analysis? 
    What if a women finds herself married to a fudhoo bundha? An abusive husband? An erratic type. An unreasonable person. A bully. A weak willed coward etc. etc. Do you not know that this happens quite frequently?
    Only a fool would view such a person as a god.
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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from dalsingh101 in Jagmeet Singh needs to be made Tankhaiya For his Letter asking for Weapons Ban   

    They should go buy Bangles||
    ਯਾਂਤੇ ਸਰਬ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਸੁਨੀਅਹਿ । ਆਯੁਧ ਧਰਿਬੇ ਉਤੱਮ ਗੁਨੀਅਹਿ । The Guru then said to his Sikhs, "All of the Khalsa should listen [to this directive], carrying weapons is the highest action.  
    ਸ਼ਸਤ੍ਰ ਕੇਸ ਬਿਨ ਪਾਉ ਲਖਹੁ ਨਰ । ਕੇਸ ਧਰੇ ਤਬਿ ਆਧੋ ਲਖਿ ਉਰ ।।੮।। Those men who do not have Kesh [unshorn hair] or Shastars [weapons], do not recognize those men as full men. Those who have Kesh [unshorn hair], recognize those as half-men.   ਕੇਸ ਸ਼ਸਤ੍ਰ ਜਬਿ ਦੋਨਹੁਂ ਧਾਰੇ । ਤਬਿ ਨਰੁ ਰੂਪ ਹੋਤਿ ਹੈ ਸਾਰੇ । Those who have adorned themselves with Kesh [unshorn hair] and Shastar [weapons], those men have attained their full form."  
    ਕਮਰ ਕਸੇ ਬਿਨ ਜੋ ਸਿਖ ਜਾਇ । ਤਿਸ ਪਰ ਰੁਖ ਨਹਿ ਕਰੈਂ ਕਦਾਇ ।।੧੦।। Those Sikhs who went towards the Guru without wearing a Kamarkasa [waist band which holds weapons], the Guru would never look towards them.  
    Simple fact is, We're gonna have weapons because they are Sargun Form of Devi||
    All Weapons are Legal, As They Are Sacred||

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    starchpagg47 reacted to dalsingh101 in Jagmeet Singh needs to be made Tankhaiya For his Letter asking for Weapons Ban   
    You know for someone whose asked me to proofread his dissertations a number of times (which you know damn well were improved big time as a consequence), and for someone who was continually asking me to translate stuff for him for his own projects, you seem to have become very uppity about your own language/communication skills when you criticise mine. I know exactly how 'smart' you are......
    And I was asked to return to the forum by the original forum innovator to try and resurrect it, because it looks like your own prudish, boring style of moderating was burying the forum. That's the bitter truth.
    I've been on this forum for a long time. It's always been a refreshing change to the stuffy, narrow minded alternatives.
    To you, this thread must represent some sort of nightmare, but I'd say that it was quite successful in actually allowing real debate and free-thinking - something you seem to struggle with - or wish to confine to the ladida world of academia. Well, welcome to the real world where people have all kinds of conceptualisations, thoughts and ideas and communication styles- some of which will be very different to your own. 
    You know damn well that I'm not illiterate or someone who struggles with intellectualism.  So if I (or anyone else) decides to talk about a topic with an open and free mind try not to have a hissy fit about it. Stop being a limiting factor, trying to control the forum and what gets said so much. The forum will benefit from this - not suffer. 
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    starchpagg47 reacted to dalsingh101 in Jagmeet Singh needs to be made Tankhaiya For his Letter asking for Weapons Ban   
    How about this as a summary:
    Despite clear and indisputable evidence of a strong weapons culture being an integral part of Sikhi (including firearms) - some Sikhs appear to be terrified of the prospect of widespread weapon training in the panth which is inline with Khalsa ethos, with some Sikhs being less scared of this prospect. 
    It doesn't take a genius to figure out which line of the divide you stand on. 
    Colonialism, with its systematic disarming of Sikhs and their political power, led to a corruption of the original ethos which dwindled down to wearing small, non-functional symbolic knives instead of the original functional panj hathiaars with their associated training.
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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from Koi in A Story Of Suicide Vs Willpower - How A Plant Can Defeat A Man   
    Mahavir was passing through a village with his disciple, Goshalak -- who later became his opponent -- when they came across a small plant, and Goshalak said to Mahavir: "Listen, here is a plant. What do you think? -- will it grow to produce a flower, or will it die before it can flower? What is its future?" Mahavir immediately closed his eyes and sat in front of the plant. Goshalak cunningly said: "Do not avoid the issue. What will happen by closing your eyes?" He did not know why Mahavir had become silent and closed his eyes -- that he was looking for the essential. It was necessary to go deep down into the being, into the soul of that plant. Without doing so, it would not be possible to say what was going to happen. After a while Mahavir opened his eyes and said: "This plant will survive to flower." Goshalak immediately pulled the plant up by its roots, threw it away and laughed mockingly. There was no better way to refute Mahavir's statement. Mahavir had nothing more to say now, because Goshalak had uprooted the plant and thrown it away as a challenge. He was laughing, Mahavir was smiling, and they continued their journey. Then it began to rain heavily. There was a storm, and for seven days continuously torrential rains fell, so they were not able to go out for seven whole days. When the rains had subsided and they were returning, on the way they reached the same spot where seven days previously Mahavir had closed his eyes to know the inner being of the plant. They saw that the plant was again standing with its roots in the ground. Due to the heavy rains and winds, the earth had become wet and loose, and the roots of the plant had dug in. Mahavir again closed his eyes and stood beside the plant. Goshalak became very embarrassed -- he had uprooted and thrown away the plant. When Mahavir opened his eyes, Goshalak said: "I am surprised and confused. I uprooted this plant and threw it away, and it is growing again." Mahavir replied: "It will survive to flower. I closed my eyes to see the inner potentiality and the condition of the seed: whether it was capable of taking root again even though it was uprooted, whether it was suicidal or not, whether it had a strong instinct or desire for death. If its instinct was suicidal it would have used your help to die. I wanted to see whether it was yearning to live; if it was determined to live, it would live. I knew that you were going to uproot it and throw it away." Goshalak asked: "What are you saying?" Mahavir said: "When I was looking into the inner being of the plant with my eyes closed, I also saw you standing by, determined to uproot it. I knew that you would uproot the plant. That is why it was necessary for me to know the inner capacity of the plant to live, how much self-confidence and willpower it had. If it was waiting to die and looking for an excuse, you would have been excuse enough for it to die; otherwise, the uprooted plant would take root again." Goshalak lacked the courage to uproot the plant again. He was afraid. Previously Goshalak had gone laughing to the village; this time, Mahavir walked ahead smiling. Goshalak then asked: "Why are you smiling?" Mahavir said: "I was watching and just thinking about your capability -- whether you could uproot the plant a second time or not." Goshalak said: "You could see whether I would do it or not?" Mahavir replied: "It was nonessential. You might have uprooted it, you might not have uprooted it. But it was essential and unavoidable that the plant still wanted to live. Its whole being, its whole vitality wanted to live. That was essential. What was nonessential was your throwing it away or not, and that was dependent on you. But you have proven weaker and less determined than the plant. You have been defeated." -
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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from savinderpalsingh in Sikhs Are Neither Hindu Nor Muslims..says Who?   

    ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕਾਖਾਲਸਾ । ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕੀਫਤਹਿ । ।
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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from DHALDUGGUSINGH in Discrimination Against Tarkhans In Jatt Movies   
    Please see this racism Shampy Daku:


    India first time give dalit equal right after 47, but these people don't wanna follow.

    Please book them udner section 420.

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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from DHALDUGGUSINGH in Disappearing Daughters: India's Female Feticide   
    Yes, the dalsingh101 have berry good connection.





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    starchpagg47 got a reaction from DHALDUGGUSINGH in Disappearing Daughters: India's Female Feticide   
    All I know on the topic, is my starch pagg wearing comrade king tarkhans, emperors of the forest and all its trees never practiced this despicable tradition.

    It was only the phuddu so called high castes, if they don't want their daughters why not marry them to a real tarkhan like me?

    Why do Jatt get all the bahmanis?

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