Monday, July 21, 2008

Religious Persecution by the Dalai Lama

Dorje Shugden monks are forced to leave their monastery and then their water is cut off

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Happy said...

Did you see this?? VERY strange!,8599,1686573,00.html

Not leaving anything up to chance anymore... Remember this quote?

January 14th, 1999
During the first public address of his visit to Drepung Monastery, the Dalai Lama touches briefly on the Tibetan issue, and dwells on his ban on the worship of Dorje Shugden. An excerpt reads: ‘The Dorje Shugden Society play games with me wherever I go. They have published an announcement. They think that I will back off. That I will never do. If not in this life, a successor will be appointed to sustain this ban.’

Anonymous said...

I will be contacting my senator to create a policy to deny the DL entry to the US for inciting a riot. This is clearly a security risk, as he spoke in Tibetan language to the Tibetans regarding this issue.

Anonymous said...

Should we say anything in regards to how the Bon religion of Tibet..a beautiful practice but rooted in spirit worshipping is also non-buddhist yet he allows them to follow his teachings?
This make no sense.