Don’t Diss The Dalai Lama

This is what I read on the Yahoo news this morning.

China slams Dalai Lama in government report.

This makes me want to vomit.

Go ahead, follow the link.

The Dalai Lama is one of the few heroes I have in this world.  I have never heard a man so devoted to peace, love, understanding, caring for one another and the world about us.

I have issues with China.  Not Chinese people in general, don’t get me wrong.  But what the? The Chinese report praises it’s rule over Tibet and says it has spent vast sums of money and manpower to protect Tibetan culture.

Oh, is that why the Dalai Lama is in Dharmsala?

Is that why monk-led protests turned violent?  Shame on those violent Buddhist monks!

Sorry to get on my Soapbox, but some things really grate me.  Like governments.

Here’s a clip.

 

 

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3 responses to “Don’t Diss The Dalai Lama

  1. The CCP has absolutely no shame in disseminating such absurd, sickening lies.
    The truth is that the Han Chinese occupation of the Tibet has brought nothing but oppression, exploitation, torture, denigration and mass murder for the Tibetan people.

    The Han Chinese can publish paper after paper full of such sickening lies, but the fact that they don’t allow anyone to go to Tibet and verify even a single claim speaks volumes.

    If there were one iota of truth in their Propaganda Lies then they would invite the world to come and see for themselves the ‘wonderful work’ they’ve been doing!
    Instead you find that Tibet is locked down, inaccessible to anyone wanting to do research on the ground, or even just travel around freely and meet some Tibetan people.

    And if you’re caught asking some pertinent questions in Tibet you’re immediately expelled, for the Han Chinese occupiers are so afraid to be unmasked for what they really are, the world’s worst racist, oppressive and criminal regime to ever disgrace this planet.

    The Tibetan people have been so terrorized and brutalized by the Han Chinese, that they’re even too afraid to meet or speak with foreigners, as there are Han Chinese spies and undercover agents everywhere, following tourists every step, and record whom they meet and speak to.

    The Han Chinese even check internet cafés and record what has been accessed, transmitted and written every day to try and snare any Tibetan who may have disclosed the tiniest shred of the horrendous truth the Han Chinese are so desperate to suppress and prevent from emerging.

    This is not an Orwellian society, for Orwell could not have envisaged such depravity and callousness being perpetrated by one race against an other!

    http://one-just-world.blogspot.com/2008/08/will-olympic-spirit-survive.html

    http://one-just-world.blogspot.com/2008/08/new-real-shangri-la.html

    http://one-just-world.blogspot.com/2008/07/of-patriotism-and-motherlands.html

  2. I attended a three-day seminar given by the Dalai Lama. He has presence. You feel it. Everyone feels. He looked out into the audience of 2,000, and you felt like he was picking you out, and every single person out, for a personal greet. It was amazing.

    And hearing him teach about the heart of Buddhist wisdom for three days was an absolute treat. I’m not Buddhist, I simply wanted to understand his perspective. But I think I have adopted a lot of Buddhist tendencies now.

  3. underthebigbluesky

    Excellent, I would love to have seen him. I have read the books and seen him speak on TV, but I can only imagine what it would have been there like that in person.

    I am not a Buddhist either, but do have Buddhist tendencies as well in my life.

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