Dalai Lama and Mass Murderer Shoko Asahara
There is no doubt that the 14th Dalai Lama, despite his friendship and popularity amongst Hollywood stars such as American Sharon Stone and the English Russell Brand, is full of malice and evil intentions. With regard to the behaviour of the annoying comic Russell Brand, the 14th Dalai Lama has had nothing to say about his excessive drinking and drug taking, despite the ‘Sun’ newspaper voting him the worst celebrity on three different occasions.
Perhaps one of the most bizarre examples of the abhorrent behaviour of the 14th Dalai Lama lies in his association with the Japanese mass murderer and cult-leader – Shoko Asahara – the half-blind maniac who master-minded the sarin gas attack on the Tokyo Tube Network. In all likelihood, Shoko Asahara will be hanged this year (2012) for his crimes, and no doubt the 14th Dalai Lama will oppose the death sentence.
The 14th Dalai Lama, through his unreliable and duplicitous behaviour, has failed to criticise or halt a recent outbreak of self-immolations in the Tibetan area of China, which has seen a small number of ‘young’ Buddhist monks and nuns commit painful suicide through self-immolation. This behaviour appears orchestrated by outside forces, and other than maiming and killing those who participate, it serves no purpose and achieves no end. However, despite being asked to stop these suicides, the 14th Dalai Lama has refused to condemn this destructive behaviour. Instead the 14th Dalai Lama answered with a riddle, stating that ‘If I condemn the action, people at home will feel sad, but if I praise the action, people in China will blame me.’
The 14th Dalai Lama is more concerned about his political image in the world, than about relieving suffering within it. Imagine caring more about your self-image as a Buddhist monk, rather than applying Buddhist compassion to end suffering in the world. This is not really a political issue, but one of religious influence and control. Many believe the 14th Dalai Lama is behind these self-immolations, and that his failure to condemn such actions is proof of this fact. If the 14th Dalai Lama had immediately condemned this behaviour, perhaps he would have saved around 40 Tibetan lives, but he chose not to at the sametime that he said he was ‘happy to be alive’. This guy needs to get more serious.
©opyright: Adrian Chan-Wyles (ShiDaDao) 2016.
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