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2008-05-23 20:25:08
To the idiot that keeps refreshing to repeatedly downvote the comments: Do you really think anyone is stupid enough to think those comments got that many downvotes from different people?
2008-05-22 04:48:56
If you mean 'false' like all politicians, as Tibet's spiritual leader having given up his official position as political head of Tibet to Tibet's parliament in exile, I would disagree. He is a man of deep integrity, but also has to straddle the very difficult tightrope of politics because of China's incessant denunciation of him and his motives for Tibet. Just as Britain and America in their respective periods invaded other countries to exploit them and their resources for their own greed, so China invaded Tibet in 1949. China has taken most of Tibet, as Israel has stolen Palestinian lands, all for greed. So the Dalai Lama, as spiritual leader of Tibet, walks a difficult tightrope.
2008-05-22 04:29:46
dalai lama is a total player.
2008-05-22 02:25:23
In this day and age his safety is essential. When he visited England twenty-or-so years back, I had occasion to speak with one of his close entourage by phone, and told me of a Chinese hit squad that had been sent to assassinate him. As a consequence, the Dalai Lama's movements were closely guarded and some visits changed at the last minute. Look what happened when America's greatest moron had an audience with the Queen at Buck House. He was flown by helicopter onto the ancient lawn of the palace, and a squad of mindless security personnel came in on another helicopter, taking their (gun) positions all around the back of the property. With their size 24 clodhoppers they trampled all over her precious plants from around the world, some of which were hundreds of years old. Of course, Bushicles was too scared to travel from Heathrow to Buck House by car, lest he would be squirted in the eyeball with a toy water pistol by a little child holding the stars and stripes with the hammer and sickle across the centre.