3HO - Yogi Bhajan
Posted by: Oerlikon ()
Date: July 10, 2010 08:28PM

A judge in Oregon will soon decide who should control the late Yogi Bhajan’s
Sikh business empire, including the omnipresent Yogi tea brand and what may
be New Mexico’s largest private company, Akal Security.

Will control remain with the coup leaders—the Sikh Dharma Stewardship and
its parent company, Unto Infinity of Oregon—whom Bhajan left in charge of
the sect’s business side?

Or will it go to the former SDI board, which includes Bhajan’s widow and
others entrusted with religious matters?

Neither side can claim total purity, says the Santa Fe Reporter:


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Hard Hitting site by a Sikh about Yogi Bhajan et al
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: March 20, 2014 09:56AM

Corboy is just reporting what is out there.

Dossier on Yogi Bhajan



Dasam Granth Sahib


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Shakti Dance Yogi Bhajan
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: March 20, 2014 09:57AM

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Date: March 20, 2014 10:07AM

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Another Sikh swindler
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: June 09, 2014 03:27AM

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3HOSanta Rosa man suspected of killing father
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: April 09, 2015 11:47PM



Prosecutors on Tuesday charged a Santa Rosa man with murdering his father with a sledgehammer.

Angelo Michael Lancaster, 33, was charged with killing Simran Khalsa, 64, on Monday inside the father’s Santa Rosa Junior College neighborhood home.

Police said Lancaster broke down the front door of his Wright Street Victorian, ran upstairs to his father and strangled him before bashing his head with the sledgehammer.

The two had been arguing over an undisclosed family matter, police said.

Lancaster, also known by his Sikh name of Kartar Khalsa, was arrested at the scene.

He appeared briefly in a Santa Rosa courtroom where a judge appointed a lawyer from the Public Defender’s Office to represent him.

He was ordered to return to court Oct. 31 for a possible plea.

Lancaster’s criminal record includes convictions for burglary and theft. He was previously deemed mentally incompetent to stand trial and was treated at Napa State Hospital, court records show.



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Yogi Bhajan kundalini yoga 3HOer has murdered his father!

by Gursant Singh ? @, Yuba City California USA, Wednesday, October 22, 2014, 13:01 (169 days ago)

SikhNet should report on this: "Santa Rosa man charged in father’s killing"

"A fellow "Indiakid"(2nd gen. Yogi Bhajan kundalini yoga 3HOer), (about 7 years my junior) has murdered his father. A man is dead & another will spend his life institutionalized." says Narangkar Glover [www.facebook.com]

"This is not the first catastrophic case, although very serious, it's not isolated. Many of the 2nd generation children who were (and still are) shipped off to boarding school in India have experienced serious psychosis, PTSD, mental illness, and substance abuse problems. [www.facebook.com]

Boycott Yogi Tea. And Boycott Golden Temple Cereals. Boycott Akal Security. Boycott anything that says Kundalini Yoga. Boycott Snatam Kaur's music. And if you do consume these products, know that you are helping contribute to a VERY destructive and ignorant group of people. It's a miracle any of us are still here, even more so that we are thriving in the world. But it breaks my heart each and every time an Indiakid has a hard time out there."

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Akal Security and Labor Issues and Contracts with ICE
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: September 20, 2018 08:49PM

"Detaining and shipping migrants is a business, one that profits off of trafficking in human misery." Quoted from below

Questions about Akal Security

Should a nonprofit, tax-exempt church oversee a for-profit security contractor tasked with enforcing ICE policies?
Medium/August 21, 2018
By Phillip Tanzer

Keywords: Kundalini Research Institute, Akal Security, Sikhnet, 3HO Foundation, Hacienda de Guru Ram Das Gurdawa

Research aids:

Sikh Dharma International


akal security




3HO Foundation


Kundalini Yoga, 3HO (Corboy note: the true Sikhs not tied to Yogi Bhajan did not create any schools of "kundalini yoga"


Hacienda Guru Ram Das Gurdawa



Thirty minutes north of Santa Fe, in the high desert town of Española, New Mexico, lie the headquarters of a privately-held security firm whose corporate campus is as unique as the affiliate organizations surrounding it.

Akal Security lists its HQ at 7 Infinity Loop, a modest structure just a short walk from the command centers of other linked operations with a global footprint, specifically Sikh Dharma International, Sikhnet, and the 3HO Foundation. The Hacienda de Guru Ram Das Gurdawa is also on site, and the Kundalini Research Institute is just down the street. All are related, but only one (according to its website) has had an ongoing, 20-year working relationship with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.



kal Security has been in business since the end of the Carter administration, and has, along with its subsidiary Coastal International Security, executed countless federal contracts for the DoD and Justice Department, the State Department, DHS, and other government entities. Courthouses around the country are guarded by Akal officers, and the Judicial Branch accounts for the majority of the $113 million Akal made in 2017 directly from federal contracts. A smaller percentage describes the work it does on behalf of the TSA (if you fly out of Orlando, BWI, or Kansas City, those are Akal employees screening you and patting you down). But it’s money they continue to make from ICE?—?the millions that pass through other contractors, for which they partner with or subcontract under?—?that is the basis of the further scrutiny presented here.

Akal has worked with ICE (and the INS before it) for 20 years. It said as much in their “Special Statement” released on June 26, in the wake of the uproar over Trump’s family separation policy.

These contracts primarily focused on two specialized needs: detention management and transportation (guarding detainees at ICE detention or processing centers) and as aviation security officers (receiving detainees from ICE custody, usually on the tarmac, sometimes chained, handcuffed, or shackled, sometimes not, and guarding those detainees on deportation flights operated by ICE Air).

Akal claims it no longer bids on ICE contracts, and that appears as true as it is unnecessary. For over a decade, it has worked as a subcontractor with and/or for three Alaska-based, Native American-owned corporations that secured ICE contracts for detention management. And the company that held the majority of ICE Air contracts since the mid 2000s, CSI Aviation, in turn contracted Akal to provide aviation security officers (ASOs) on those deportation flights. (Regarding CSI and Akal, the nature of their relationship appears to be supported in certain lawsuits brought against Akal by former ASOs; other class action suits and the company’s own archived newsletters describe contracts interacting with ICE directly. Either way, in court docs Akal acknowledges that the contract ran through December 1, 2017.)

Whether directly or indirectly, since 2002 Akal officers have monitored detainees at ICE facilities in AZ, CA, TX, NY, and FL, as well as executed the deportation policies via chartered aircraft for three administrations.

If only the criticism ended there, that of Akal working with ICE, then as now, while maintaining such close ties to a religious organization. It does not. Detaining and shipping migrants is a business, one that profits off of trafficking in human misery. And there are some serious concerns about the way (and why) Akal chooses to be aligned with it.

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