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    Tibet as a whole is far from clean of tragedies.

    H. H. D. L. is in a difficult position, partially compromised by the C. I. A., but at the same time, Chinese co-intel is interested in Dorje Shugden or any type of subversion, for instance having appointed their own Panchen Lama. "Free Tibet" may have been a little too close to Maurice Strong, not really sure, but it seems like it.

    There is no such thing as Tibetan Buddhism.

    Also, people in most of the remote countries had no clue about how the western "savior" system was out to trick them and take over the land with NGOs and banks and so forth. That is changing now.

    "Ingrained cultural violence like many places" may be a fair assessment, "personification of evil" is rhetoric.

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    If Tibet is so evil where are all the examples of this evil?

    How many global Tibetan corporations?
    How many guns,missiles,tanks,fighterjets designed by Tibetans?
    How many Tibet missionaries are traveling the world telling the people your religion is wrong and theirs is the only truth.
    How many burned alive because they were not Tibetan Buddhist?
    When Africa was being carved up how many colonies did Tibet get?
    How many nuclear bombs have they tested?

    These are examples of evil acts but I have never read of Tibet ever being involved in such things.
    something i meant to add was how many governments have Tibet infiltrated and corrupted, sabotaged or overthrew?

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    If Tibet is so evil where are all the examples of this evil?

    How many global Tibetan corporations?
    How many guns,missiles,tanks,fighterjets designed by Tibetans?
    How many Tibet missionaries are traveling the world telling the people your religion is wrong and theirs is the only truth.
    How many burned alive because they were not Tibetan Buddhist?
    When Africa was being carved up how many colonies did Tibet get?
    How many nuclear bombs have they tested?

    These are examples of evil acts but I have never read of Tibet ever being involved in such things.
    something i meant to add was how many governments have Tibet infiltrated and corrupted, sabotaged or overthrew?
    How does your question mitigate the reality of the accusations being made herein and by others, including former Tibetan monks, against the Dalai Lama and the organization around him?

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    Buddhism can also be misused, like any religion and system of thought
    for some to take power, for their own sake. They do not understand that
    everything is allways here for us, and ultimately there is nothing to fight
    for or over. Life, universe, earth and good cultivation of it all together.
    -
    here a meager video :
    A presentation of the Tibetan Yogis and Buddhists,
    Who have presented some very grounded information on living spiritually
    - and evolving as real (wolrdly) spiritual beings :



    - be well, all
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    If Tibet is so evil where are all the examples of this evil?

    How many global Tibetan corporations?
    How many guns,missiles,tanks,fighterjets designed by Tibetans?
    How many Tibet missionaries are traveling the world telling the people your religion is wrong and theirs is the only truth.
    How many burned alive because they were not Tibetan Buddhist?
    When Africa was being carved up how many colonies did Tibet get?
    How many nuclear bombs have they tested?

    These are examples of evil acts but I have never read of Tibet ever being involved in such things.
    something i meant to add was how many governments have Tibet infiltrated and corrupted, sabotaged or overthrew?
    How does your question mitigate the reality of the accusations being made herein and by others, including former Tibetan monks, against the Dalai Lama and the organization around him?
    maybe because if there were substance in the accusations we would see evidence of it.

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    Quote Posted by jaybird88 (here)
    Quote Posted by Caliban (here)
    Quote Posted by jaybird88 (here)
    Quote Posted by jaybird88 (here)
    If Tibet is so evil where are all the examples of this evil?

    How many global Tibetan corporations?
    How many guns,missiles,tanks,fighterjets designed by Tibetans?
    How many Tibet missionaries are traveling the world telling the people your religion is wrong and theirs is the only truth.
    How many burned alive because they were not Tibetan Buddhist?
    When Africa was being carved up how many colonies did Tibet get?
    How many nuclear bombs have they tested?

    These are examples of evil acts but I have never read of Tibet ever being involved in such things.
    something i meant to add was how many governments have Tibet infiltrated and corrupted, sabotaged or overthrew?
    How does your question mitigate the reality of the accusations being made herein and by others, including former Tibetan monks, against the Dalai Lama and the organization around him?
    maybe because if there were substance in the accusations we would see evidence of it.
    How about the videos of the monks saying they were sexually abused? How about the other articles showing his long involvement with the cia? Stefan Molyneaux's very elaborate video above? And the Tibetan serfs?

    Here's one from Michael Parenti: https://dissidentvoice.org/Articles9/Parenti_Tibet.htm

    Here's a sample:

    In 1953, the greater part of the rural population---some 700,000 of an estimated total population of 1,250,000---were serfs. Tied to the land, they were allotted only a small parcel to grow their own food. Serfs and other peasants generally went without schooling or medical care. They spent most of their time laboring for the monasteries and individual high-ranking lamas, or for a secular aristocracy that numbered not more than 200 families. In effect, they were owned by their masters who told them what crops to grow and what animals to raise. They could not get married without the consent of their lord or lama. A serf might easily be separated from his family should the owner send him to work in a distant location. Serfs could be sold by their masters, or subjected to torture and death. [14]
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    Quote Posted by Caliban (here)

    How about the videos of the monks saying they were sexually abused? How about the other articles showing his long involvement with the cia? Stefan Molyneaux's very elaborate video above? And the Tibetan serfs?

    Here's one from Michael Parenti: https://dissidentvoice.org/Articles9/Parenti_Tibet.htm

    Here's a sample:

    In 1953, the greater part of the rural population---some 700,000 of an estimated total population of 1,250,000---were serfs. Tied to the land, they were allotted only a small parcel to grow their own food. Serfs and other peasants generally went without schooling or medical care. They spent most of their time laboring for the monasteries and individual high-ranking lamas, or for a secular aristocracy that numbered not more than 200 families. In effect, they were owned by their masters who told them what crops to grow and what animals to raise. They could not get married without the consent of their lord or lama. A serf might easily be separated from his family should the owner send him to work in a distant location. Serfs could be sold by their masters, or subjected to torture and death. [14]
    So if we go back to the days when all the people of Tibet were slaves to this monastic elite class we will find evidence of all the wealth such as mansions, exotic cars, private jets, yachts, ski trips to Cortina, etc?

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    This was the world in 840 when pre-Buddhist Tibet reached from Rangoon to Pakistan:





    At that time, the Uighur state collapsed, and Tibet was flooded with refugees. Then the Tibetan state split into civil wars and was no longer an empire, but regional competitive warlords. That is the condition it was in when Buddhism "inherited" it, or however you would like to describe it. It was never nice, politically, and is mostly a wasteland, where it would be hard to say people provided a lavish, educated lifestyle for themselves that was somehow stolen by the monasteries. For the most part, those monasteries are about all they ever had that could help anybody. The Buddhists themselves were increasingly refugees from the Mughal devastation of India. Some were able to escape genocide to land in hegemony.

    "Buddhist Tibet" was mostly under Mongol rule until 1368, then it was divided among local families until "In 1642, the Great Fifth Dalai Lama created the Ganden government, with a unique monastic/secular-coordinated administration. This government demilitarized Tibet and officially formed it into a spiritual nation that supported Buddhist education above all, and was economically self sufficient.

    In foreign affairs, the Dalai Lama became the mentor of the new Manchu emperor of Manchuria and China, and received worldly protection for Tibet, in exchange for his providing spiritual teachings to the Manchurians and maintaining the peace with the Mongolians and Uighurs." (Tibethouse)

    It was then conquered by China from 1720-1912, and then wasn't for about forty years, and then was and is. Internally, it has has only a minority of self-rule since Empire.

    As a matter of survival you support your local warlord. If you are clever and can get Mongolian help, you win, which is what the Gelug school did. Once they had their feet on the ground, they stopped Altan Khan. In the 1950s, it still was not much different, same as most "undeveloped" nations, and, in some ways, it was still pretty similar here.

    I am not trying to say anyone's hands are clean, although I might be saying that if monasteries provide shelter where otherwise there would be none, something is better than nothing.
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