We are a just a pack of jackasses who do not know anything about anything. We are making up the Sikh Religion as we go along in our lives so that we can feel too good. Or: the plantation slaves do a quickie vigil before Massa’s house.
In the picture above, the Yogi Bhajan Cult performs an alien ceremony before the White House. This candle light vigil ceremony is is alien to Sikh History and traditions. Sikhs have never protested like this. The Yogi Bhajan cult was started by the late Yogi Bhajan who was an alleged rapist and sodomizer. This cult ignores authentic Sikh traditions and is reinventing the religion as being founded on Yoga and being a branch of Hinduism. Many of the cult leaders are believed to have substantive links with Indian Intelligence Agencies. Sikhs have been waging a low intensity war in the Punjab to restore their historic sovereign rights.
Now just to press the point home. Let’s apply a litmus test. Where was this White Bedsheet Cult when Sardar Rajoana was sentenced to hang on the gallows?. Answer: They never protested. They were too busy doing Yoga, tantric practises and feeling smugly self-satisfied.
For more on the Wisconsin Sikh Massacre also see: The Wisconsin Sikh Massacre and The White Holier Than Thou Bedsheet Cult Does A Quickie Vigil
From Russia Today; http://rt.com/usa/news/westboro-baptist-church-shooting-989/
Almost immediately after the shooting at the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin, leaders of the Westboro Baptist Church took to Twitter, calling the shooting a beautiful punishment from an angry God.
Westboro Church leader Margie Phelps sent out a tweet that read, “God sent another shooter?”
The shooting claimed the lives of seven victims, and left many injured. The alleged attacker Wade Michael Page was found dead at the scene and the FBI is investigating if this is a case of domestic terrorism.
Fred Phelps, the leader of Westboro, wrote on Twitter that the shooting was a “beautiful work of an angry God who told Wisconsin to keep their filthy hands off his people (WBC!) #godsenttheshooter.”
The “church” leaders continued to voice their offensive opinions on Twitter after the shooting, telling their followers that worse punishments from God will come, since the US is “God-cursed.”
In response to a tweet that expressed a user was praying for the victims of the shooting, Margie replied, “God doesn’t hear prayers of the wicked.”