Why Sikhs Must Be Armed At All Times

Sikh Genocide - Sikh Family Killed By Security Forces

Sikh Genocide – Sikh Family Killed By Indian Security Forces


Do You Want This To Happen To You?


 Warning : Extremely violent content.



Real Sikhs Who Understand Sikhi, Do Not Do This


Sikh Yogi Vhajan Jackasses Before The White House

Yogi Bhajan Cult – Prayer Vigils In D.C. After Wisconsin Sikh Massacre

 The Lollipop Sucker Look

The Holier Than Thou Lollipop Suckers: Here they are dressed all in white, pretending to be holier than thou. Here they are standing like jackasses with candles in front of the White House. Did they accomplish anything? Does the world even care?  Real Sikhs never do this. It is demeaning to a very proud nation and religion. Real Sikhs laugh at death. These people  are mucho scared. These people are NOT sons and daughters of Guru Gobind Singh.  These are members of the Yogi Bhajan cult.

I am ashamed to be a Sikh when I see a picture like this. Has all of that precious blood of valiant Sikhs been shed  in vain since 1984?  Was it shed so that these jackasses could stand with candles like a pathetic flock of beggars?  Where were they when Sardar Rajoana was sentenced to death and he just laughed at his oppressors and remained in Chardi Kala?  Did they raise their voices and say : NO! we will not permit you to hang him. No, they were too busy doing yoga in front of the Guru Granth Sahib and rubbing their greasy snouts on the ground in front to the Guru Granth Sahib.  They offend every proud Sikh who cares for the Sikh nation.   


Why Do Real Sikhs Not Do The Above

Sikhs Of The Guru Offer Themselves For Sacrifice

Sikhs Of The Guru Offer Themselves For Sacrifice


Here Is Why: Directions Of Guru Gobind Singh:

Maxim of Guru Gobind Singh Ji:  Tyaa-e-tyaar  : be ever ready : meaning Sikhs are required to  be ever ready. Why? the circumstances of the world were too vitiated in 1699 for peaceful dialogue. The circumstances of the world remain too vitiated.

Guru Gobind Singh – Do not appear before me without unshorn hair or arms

Guru Gobind Singh, 1699 (Creation Of The Khalsa)  : The Khalsa must be fully armed at all times. Sikhs were required to wear the long sword which was the common weapon in 1699. The long sword was subsequently called kirpan (kirpa – service , an – that which).  ( Aside:  notice that the lollipop suckers are not wearing long or short kirpans).

Guru Gobind Singh  Ji- in the epic composition Zafarnama (composed in the Jungles of Maachiwara): I used weapons of all types … Swords, Scimitars, daggers, weapons of all types, we worship these. There are our Pirs.  (yehe hamare Pir) 

Wikipedia: Pir or Peer (Persian: پیر‎, literally “old [person]”) is a title for a Sufi master equally used in the nath tradition. They are also referred to as a Hazrat or Shaikh, which is Arabic for Old Man. The title is often translated into English as “saint” and could be interpreted as “Elder”. In Sufism a Pir’s role is to guide and instruct his disciples on the Sufi path.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji at the Castle Of Anandpur Sahib (while  under seige by the Moghul Army):  Khalsa Ji, If you will wait a little bit longer, I will establish Khalsa Rule.

Guru Hargobind Ji (after the martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev): If Sikhs wish to make offerings, they should bring weapons and horses.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji (prayer offered to God): O Lord, grant me this one boon, that when my time comes to die, may I die in mighty strife on the battlefield.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji (direction given to the Khalsa):  When all peaceful means have failed, it is lawful to pick up up  the sword.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji (in the Jungles of Maachiwara upon hearing that his two sons aged 7 and 9 years had been entombed alive upon their refusal to convert to Islam): I shall make the sparrow hunt the hawk and I shall make one man fight a legion,then only shall I take the name Guru Gobind Singh.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji:
                             “I salute the weapons of ALL Names ||
                              I salute the Arms of ALL Kinds ||”

Guru Gobind Singh Ji: Raj Bina Dharam nehi chalee, Bina dharam sab dhale male (Without sovereignity the Sikh Religion cannot flourish, without the Sikh Religion all is lost).

Guru Gobind Singh Ji: Raj Karega Khalsa, Aakhi Rahe Na Koi: The Khalsa shall have sovereignity, the enemies of the Khalsa shall be vanquished.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji : What matters it that four have died, a hundred thousand live. Reply given when reminded that his two elder sons aged 15 and 17 had died on the battle field of the Respected Castle Of Chamkaur and that his two younger sons aged seven and nine years had been entombed alive upon their refusal to convert to Islam. In consequence of this reply, all chaste Sikh families are required to instruct their children that they are sons and daughters of Guru Gobind Singh Ji and all children MUST be addressed with the gender non-specific puuth.   

Sardar Gursant Singh : Not only had the sword but EVERY weapon became an attributive symbol of God for Sikhs.”
“Decrees from the Tenth Sikh Guru state in the most vigorous words that a Sikh’s conception of God is the sword of dharma.”

Sikhi Is Proven On The Anvil  Of History: If you have not read authentic Sikh History, you will never understand the Sikh Religion.

Duty Of Emulation Imposed On Sikhs Guru Gobind Singh is considered the beau ideal of the Sikh nation and all Sikhs are required to emulate the Guru.

Saying Of The Sikhs:  The Khalsa never begs for mercy. The duty of the Khalsa is to offer it’s head in the cause of truth.

The cultists in the above picture are hacking at the roots of Sikhism. Sikhism can be very hard. Why? because correct action can be very difficult and sometimes you have to be ready to sacrifice your life for a principle.  Sikh History is littered with Sikhs who have laid down their lives in the cause of truth and liberty; these Sikhs are called shaheeds.  To the cultists above, Sikhi is a feel good lollipop. Real Sikhi requires a social conscience. You have to be willing to stand  for truth and stand against injustice and oppression in this world. You have to believe in Khalsa Raj. You have to believe that the world can changed for the better through Khalsa Raj.  You have to believe in acting as required in the cause of truth regardless of the personal consequences.  This is a lot different from sucking on a lollipop. These people will never say : “India you have genocided Sikhs”. They dont care.  They are lollipop suckers. They are destroying the noble faith of Sikhi.


Do You Want To Be Murdered By The Genocidal Indian Government?

The Genocide Of The Sikhs - 25 years and counting

The Genocide Of The Sikhs – 25 years and counting


The Sikhs in the Punjab were the most heavily armed citizenry in India before 1984. The Indian Government swept the Punjab in 1984 seizing firearms before it launched it’s campaign of genocide. The Indian Government murdered 200,000 Sikhs from 1984 to 1995 in a calculated campaign of genocide. That campaign will be repeated if the Sikhs again attempt to assert their rights to sovereignity.  Right now, they are attacking Sikhs by flooding the Punjab with drugs,  destroying Sikh culture with bollywood, financially supporting fake Sikh cults, systemic institutional discrimination etc.. 

Of Course the Indian Government Does Not Want You To Be Armed. If you are not armed,  you are living at their sufferance, which is exactly what they want. It makes it easier for them to kill you if they decide that they do not like you. India is a demonic country. Sikhs must establish Khalistan. 

Do not be a jackass like those fake Sikhs above. Be a son or daughter or Guru Gobind Singh. The Nation needs all lions to do their duty.


Nihang Warrior Kid, 1977

Nihang Warrior Kid, 1977


 So you want to genocide me? Just try! Do I look like a lollipop sucker?  I make the enemies of the Sikhs, suck lollipops. I will be upgrading my weapons system very soon because it is my duty to protect the Sikh Nation, truth and liberty,  and the weak, destitute and oppressed people in this world. 


Young Nihang Warriors

Young Nihang Warriors

 The look of tyaar-e-tyaar compared with the lollipop sucker look.


Sikh Warriors - A Poster

Sikh Warriors – A Poster


Contrary to government propaganda, weapons can save your life. The armed Sikh family, is a happy and secure family.


We Can’t Be Champions Without Arms



Wake up! The Sikh Nation  needs you!


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  1. Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave his Sikhs a high standard to live by. It is a noble challenge and we need to protect the right in the United States of America to be able to live to the Guru’s great character, high standard of responsibility and discipline of carrying firearms, the sword of God, if you will. I have always said in all my videos and writings that everyone who carries a firearm should have proper training and education while having the wisdom to know when and when not to use this deadly force. But having said that, we cannot shy away from this responsibility of being Khalsa or live in fear that we may make mistakes. If we are to live as Khalsa, we need to be lions and look to the Guru for guidance and strength while carrying firearms. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvrNP2Cf48I


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