No one remembers those who came out with white flags during the June 1984 attack in Amritsar, those people have been dying a slow death, living without respect nor value. In contrast, those martyrs who died whilst defending Darbar Sahib are remembered in the golden pages of Sikh history. Shaheed Baba Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale are loved by millions across the world because they took bullets in the chest, bullets went through their head and they attained Shaheedi on 6 June 1984 – they sacrificed themselves. They are respected because of their sacrifice. They are who they are because they spilt their blood for the nation. They are who they are because they sacrificed themselves for the nation. If they did not do what they said they would do, would the nation still honour them in the same way? They are remembered because they did exactly what they said they would do and did not falter. But what about those who come and protest in Gurdwara Darbar Sahib’s to disrupt Gurmat Parchar (e.g. protesters at Gurdwara San Jose USA on 15 September 2017 – more info: https://goo.gl/frtB2k)? What about those who come shouting and swearing outside Gurdwara’s demanding answers to their so-called questions (e.g. Amrik Singh Ajnala and co outside Parmeshar Dwar on 25 March 2017 – more info: https://goo.gl/3bMcJn)? It is unfortunate that the majority of people within these categories are that minority who have not been willing to accept the fact that Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale was indeed martyred by the Indian Government, that Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale died a true warriors physical death (but until the very end did not die a death of the conscience). They still claim that Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale are alive. They promote this with stickers on their cars, they write it on Palki Sahib’s, and they even write their claim on Pothi’s containing Gurbani… If these protesting groups think they can get away with violence, if they think they can get away with pointing fingers and raising questions at whoever does not fit their personal definitions of Gurmat, then they are gravely mistaken. Out of all those they attempt to intimidate, eventually there will be someone who will say “NO” and point fingers towards them, raise questions about what they have been promoting and that person will not be the one who will then later record apology videos after succumbing to their “bullyboy” tactics like others may have done in the past. They cannot keep asking questions upon questions and raising fingers unnecessarily, but not expect anyone else to raise questions towards them too. Not everyone is the same. If one has sacrificed everything, but then those living off that sacrifice claim that very person did not sacrifice himself at all, that he did not attain Shaheedi – is that not ian insult? Eventually these people will need to answer questions too, or they will need to prove their claims…or they will need to accept their mistakes! Watch the following clip of Bhai Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale, taken from the Sunday 24 September 2017 Diwaan that took place at Lynden, Washington in the USA.