It’s a competition and all religious nuts are invited! Too much time on your hands? Having problems getting laid? Mis-interpreted your religion and thought that rather than spreading peace and love, it may help you get over your penis-size insecurity? Thinking only you know the truth and everyone else has to be educated? Then we much be talking about you.
With Muslims and Hindu nuts grabbing all the limelight of late, we here at Pickled Politics thought it would only be prudent to let you know that the Sikhs brothas are not far behind.
A co-conspirator to our revolution sent me an email yesterday, saying he got this sent by email:
“Our eternal Guru (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji) is being disrespected at the Ek Niwas institution in Wolvehampton, Ek Niwas is an institution that promotes so called unity of all faiths – although the main theme of the place is based upon Hindu concepts, parkash of Guru Ji takes place at this institution and alongside Guru Jis parkash pooja (rituals) of Hindu Gods take place
The Akal Takht, the temporal authority for Sikhs worldwide, has already issued a Hukamnama (command), stating that no pooja/rituals of any other religion can take place in the presence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
If this isnt enough – at an Ek Niwas function members of the institution do bhangra and giddha in the presence of Guru Ji – which is totally disrespectful!!!! This isn’t the first time this issue has arisin over Ek Niwas, it has been brought up many times over past years but Guru Jis disrespect is still happening today!!!
This is completely unacceptable and against the basic principles of Sikhism.
This issue of disrespect needs to be raised and stopped before we find ourselves in a much worse position in years to come. The following link shows footage of an Ek Niwas function whichs shows all of the above taking place.”
Yes, it is the return of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib ‘rescue squad’.
Our informant adds:
“Now whilst I dont know much about this Ek Niwas centre it appears to be some sort of multi-faith centre where they have the Hindu scriptures as well as the Koran, Bible and the SGGS as well as Hindu ‘idols’.
Speaking frankly I’m quite against all these organised religions. Having said that I can’t see how this centre is doing any harm. It appears the presence of the SGGS together with these ‘idols’ has offended some Sikh groups and from what I’ve heard they plan some sort of “rescue mission”. I’m sure you will agree, after the Islamic cartoons episode and recently the MF Hussein paintings furore this kind of publicity is the last thing we want.
In light of this I was wondering if you could use your connections to find out more and possibly even do a write up on PP on this.
The topic is being discussed at http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?showtopic=18012&st=48. Whilst this site does seem to be a meeting point for these internet warriors you may find it useful to get any info regarding if/when any “action” will be taken by these ‘twats’.”
So there we have it. Anyone know more about this venue or what the SGGS ‘rescue squad’ are up to these days? It may be worth contacting the venue and warning them.
Jay Singh wrote a great article for us a few months ago on these idiots bringing British Sikhs into disrepute.
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