During his book tour, promoting his NEW book: “Love Your Enemies”, Professor Robert Thurman demonstrates how to NOT to love your enemies, by responding to a question by attendee Morten Clausen, who politely asked Professor Thurman why he treats Shugden practitioners with so much antipathy and disrespect.
Tibetan Dorje Shugden practitioners share their fears of persecution and violence arising as a direct result of the “Wanted” list posted on the Tibetan government (CTA)’s website, May 21 2014.
This list showed photographs, names, personal details, and in some cases, home addresses of Tibetan Dorje Shugden practitioners. Their crime? They had dared to publicly protest against the Dalai Lama’s unconstitutional ban on the worship of their Buddhist Deity.
See the hit-list, still appearing on the CTA’s official website: http://tibet.net/2014/05/22/list-of-dolgyal-followers-who-protested-against-his-holiness-the-dalai-lama-in-us-and-europe/
The Dalai Lama claims his teacher, the renowned Buddhist Master, Trijang Rinpouche encouraged him to abandon the practise of Dorje Shugden. Many high lama’s know this to be a lie…
The Dalai Lama tries to marginalize and destroy the practice of Dorje Shugden by saying he is an evil spirit. An assertion that has no basis in fact.
A ban on a religious practise enforced by the Dalai Lama is causing suffering to millions of Buddhists worldwide. Destroying freedom of religion and harmony within Tibetan society and Buddhist communities.
The Dalai Lama says: There is no religious ban. There never has been a religious ban. Any advice concerning Shugden practise is merely good advice he was sharing with his students.
ISC News discusses the evidence that directly proves these claims are false.
Part 2 coming soon.
The Dalai Lama drowned out by the chanting of “False Dalai Lama, stop lying!” Oslo, May 8, 2014.
The False Dalai Lama is feeling the effects of his illegal ban on Dorje Shugden practice. He is losing his speech power. Here he clearly stumbles when faced with brave protestors demanding religious freedom. He cannot give the speech he has prepared to commemorate 25 years of his Nobel Peace prize. This is a man on the ropes, with no cards left to play, and nothing to say.