Female Buddha Condemns Dalai Lama
Posted by terres on April 30, 2008
Dalai Lama: A Fate for Tibet Even Worse Than the Chinese Rule!
In the battle between Tibet Buddhist doctrine and Chinese Stalinist rule, the Dalai Lama is not necessarily the lesser of the two evils.
Tibet politics: Caught in the middle of the Cino-American two-ended stick.
Tibet’s only female living Buddha, Samding Dorje Phagmo, who is also a top regional official, accused the Dalai Lama of violating Buddhist teachings, referring to the riots in Lhasa last month.
Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama
The twelfth Samding Dorje Phagmo said Tibet’s incorporation into Communist China has transformed it from the backwards feudal society of largely illiterate serfs with little medical care.
“Old Tibet was dark and cruel, the serfs lived worse than horses and cattle,” she told the official Xinhua agency.
The 66-year old woman was chosen as the incarnation of the deity Vajravarahi. Head of the Samding monastery, she is also a vice-chairwoman of the standing committee of the Tibetan Autonomous Regional People’s Congress, or regional parliament.
“Watching on television a tiny number of unscrupulous people burning and smashing shops, schools and public property, brandishing knives and sticks to attack unfortunate passers-by I felt boundless surprise, deep heartache and indignant resentment,” she said.
The Dalai Lama receives a Congressional Gold Medal from George W. Bush in 2007. Robert Byrd and Nancy Pelosi complete the picture.
China has accused the Dalai Lama, Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, of plotting the riots and unrest that spread across many ethnic Tibetan parts of the country, in a bid to overshadow the Olympic Games and push for independence.
“The sins of the Dalai Lama and his followers seriously violate the basic teachings and precepts of Buddhism and seriously damage traditional Tibetan Buddhism’s normal order and good reputation,” the Samding Dorje Phagmo was quoted as saying.
Chakrasamvara wth Vajravarahi
The Dalai Lama rejects China’s claims, saying he supports the Olympic Games and seeks only greater autonomy for Tibet. (Source)
1. In October 1998, The Dalai Lama’s administration acknowledged that it received $1.7 million a year in the 1960s from the U.S. Government through the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and also trained a resistance movement in Colorado (USA).
2. British journalist Christopher Hitchens criticised Dalai Lama in 1998, questioned his alleged support for India’s nuclear weapons testing, his statements about sexual misconduct, his suppression of Shugden worship, as well as his meeting Shoko Asahara, whose cult Aum Shinrikyo released sarin nerve gas in the Tokyo subway system. (Source)
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