By The Poet Warrior
ਜਿਤੁ ਬੋਲਿਐ ਪਤਿ ਪਾਈਐ ਸੋ ਬੋਲਿਆ ਪਰਵਾਣੁ ॥
Those words are acceptable, which, when spoken, bring honor.
– Guru Granth Sahib
He is a grey beard, he drives a long haul tractor trailer for a living; driving over endless expanses from Ontario, Canada to California and then back again. But he is also a theologan with a vast, compendious and oceanic knowledge of the Shabad Guru and Sikh Scripture. Now as the Sikh Lion lies mortally wounded and the ghouls of the dasam granth circle ever closer for the blood feast; The Truck Driver attacks…
In a singularly riveting presentation, The Truck Driver methodically explains with reference to verses in the dasam granth why this vile and degenerate tract is the most Anti Sikh book ever penned. In addition he provides references to precise paragraphs in the dasam granth which show extreme hatred and vilification of females.
Note: the dasam granth is also affectionately known as The Kanjar Bani or The Prostitutes Handbook.
What is clear is that some actual verses composed by Guru Gobind Singh Ji have been deliberately mixed into a much larger book which aside from being profane is an exposition of hindu gods. This book in it’s entirety contradicts the Guru Granth Sahib on its face. There is absolutely no evidence for at least 240 years following Guru Gobind Singh’s passing away that he composed a 1300 page plus granth. If the Guru had composed such a granth, Sikhs would have guarded it with great reverence.
The mix-up has been done deliberately. For puranic verses, and chhands in praise of gods and godesses are interpolated in the midst of what is clearly the bani of the Tenth Guru, as seen in the light of Guru Granth. Similarly, some couplets, which are the bani of the Tenth Guru, as seen in the context of Guru Granth, stand introduced in the midst of puranic and stories from hindu mythology.
The bani in the Guru Granth is the sole guru and guide of every Sikh.
Dossier On The Dasam Granth