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By: Jangchup Wangmo

On July 14, 2017, the Tibetan Prime Minister Sikyong Lobsang Sangay visited the Central University of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) in Varanasi, India. Varanasi is known throughout the world to be an intellectual powerhouse; many of India’s political and philosophical greats spent time there studying or teaching.

For many students, this visit has become memorable and regardless of who you ask, it is mostly for the wrong reasons. The Sikyong’s visit to the university was marked by two incidents. The first was news that a 20-year-old CUTS student, Tenzin Choeying, had attempted to self-immolate. Saying that it was for the Tibetan cause, he also made it a point to state it was not the Prime Minister’s fault and that he was doing a good job. This statement however, has drawn doubt and ire from many quarters of the Tibetan community, who question why he even felt the need to utter a statement like that. If someone is doing a good job, if there is no possibility of them being blamed for it, then there would be no reason to bring it up at all. Sadly, the Tibetan community lost another brother when Choeyingla finally succumbed to his injuries six days later, with 90% burns all over his body.

This young man asked three questions of the Sikyong. It was a very brave move considering students at the Tibetan Children’s Village (TCV) School in Dharamsala had previously suffered an interrogation session after they questioned their Prime Minister too. Or perhaps being young and not an adult protects him to a certain degree, since Tibetan adults who have spoken their minds have frequently found themselves on the receiving end of violent repercussions for doing so.

The second incident that has been said to have marred Sikyongla’s visit is when students had an opportunity to question their Prime Minister. One young man in particular, stepped up to the podium and asked the Prime Minister some tough but fair questions. This is not the first time the Sikyong has had to field such questions from the youth. In 2014, while visiting the Tibetan Children’s Village (TCV) in Dharamsala, teenagers questioned the Sikyong’s policies and actions towards Dorje Shugden worship.

Instead of being rewarded for fair and open-minded thinking, the TCV students were hauled up in front of the authorities and interrogated as to why they had questioned the Sikyong in such a manner. Imagine if the leader of any other democratic nation did that to their children, and the kind of uproar that would ensue. Imagine the uproar that would ensue if former US President Barack Obama arranged for students to be interrogated each time they asked him difficult questions at town hall meetings. In a real democratic country, bullying and intimidating the youth would never be accepted. Yet, under the Tibetan regime, this is commonplace to the point it takes place without question.

How the Tibetan leadership trains their people to treat freedom of speech. Instead of respecting the rights of Dorje Shugden protesters to campaign against the ban, the Tibetan leadership tries to keep them out of sight with large black banners. Whether or not you agree with the practice is not the point. The point here is that if the Tibetan leadership was really a democratic government, they would encourage all forms of free speech, regardless of whether the content is flattering for them or if the views do not match theirs.

This latest incident at CUTS however, proves that when exposed to more and different sources of information, Tibetan youths are just as capable as any other nation’s youths in arriving at logical conclusions and asking the right questions. They just need to be given a chance to learn about everything and anything without repercussions, and not be penalized each time they want to explore other avenues of thought or viewpoints, as their elders so often experience. For Tibetan adults like Lukar Jam and Jamyang Norbu, they know all too well the price a Tibetan pays for speaking their mind, and for speaking the truth, especially if that truth has not been sanctioned by the leadership. Vandalized property, being run out of the settlements, being dangerously labelled as anti-Dalai Lama and anti-Tibet, and having a smear campaign launched against you is just a start.

Translation

That student says that “I have many questions but I am going to ask my three main questions to Sikyong. With great respect, my first question is to Sikyong that a few years ago, I think I heard from Radio Free Asia that you said, “I went to all the [Tibetan] settlements, to all the universities but I’ve never been to Varanasi [University].” So, today you are here. Are you complete now?

My second question is that it seems like you [Sikyong] are interested in external territories more than internal territories. You go abroad to many places for Tibet’s projects and therefore you are like Samdhong Rinpoche, and that is affecting and harming our internal territory. So what I wanted to tell you is, a few months ago, there was a meeting between the Parliament and the Sikyong and many other members about the serious topic of Tibet. All the members and you yourself are chosen by the public.

The public has hopes in and believes all of you to be good members of parliament. That is why the public voted for you and put you all in this position. So the public were watching that meeting but in the meeting, members of Parliament were so disrespectful to each other. Some were sleeping while others were speaking. Some people just walked away. Even you walked away during meeting and I saw that in the video. That’s what I found is very disrespectful to others as well as to the public, who support you to be their leader.

Third, in brief, you previously said that you will invite His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the Potala Palace. Now you have four years left [to the end of your term]. When will you invite His Holiness to the Potala Palace? Do you have any plans for this?”

For those who are familiar with the Tibetan language, they will immediately recognize the humor present in the young man’s style of questioning the Sikyong. While he is using very honorific words and phrases to address the Prime Minister, his questions themselves are very direct and tough, to the point of almost being rude. But because the young man makes light of his three questions in order to lift the mood, he is able to continue asking them although viewers can see clearly that the man behind him is uncomfortable. So while the boy’s words are polite, his questions are quite tough and embarrassing for the Tibetan Prime Minister.

The fact that the Sikyong may be embarrassed by such questions from a young man points to an issue which is endemic within Tibetan society – the leaders in this so-called democracy are not used to being questioned or held accountable for their actions.

But the fact that the Sikyong might be embarrassed by these questions is reflective of a much larger problem in Tibetan society. It is almost as though he is embarrassed because he is not used to being asked such difficult questions, and he does not know quite what to make of it. In actuality, as the leader of a so-called democracy, he should be embarrassed that he is not used to being held accountable! It means that he has not been leading his people well, because the culture of speaking up and being engaged in the political process has not yet filtered through the community after 60 years in exile. That being said, as the leader of a so-called democracy, his people do have every right to hold him accountable and ask him to explain the government’s behavior. Why should members of the public like this young man not be allowed to hold their leaders accountable? As the boy himself says, it was the public who voted the Sikyong and his cohorts into power, and so the public should be able to hold them accountable for their actions too.

The future of the Tibetan people, and the welfare of the community depends on open-thinking individuals like this brave young gentleman. When the stalwarts of the Tibetan political establishment are gone, who will stand at the helm of the community, to lead and guide everybody? It is time that the Tibetan leadership start nurturing people like this man, and harness his clearly analytical thinking towards the benefit of the Tibetan people. So instead of penalizing the youth for their curiosity and open minds, adults like the Prime Minister should actually nurture and foster this curiosity. Curiosity leads to innovation; innovation leads to initiative, and initiative leads to activities which will help to preserve, protect and promote Tibetan culture, religion and history long after the Prime Minister is no longer in power.

As more Tibetans in Tibet take their lives in an attempt to pressure dialogue between the Tibetan exiled leadership and the Chinese, leaders like Sikyong Lobsang Sangay continue to be relaxed and refuse to do whatever it takes to get these discussions started. In the meantime, more Tibetans will continue to die, thanks to the Sikyong’s lack of creativity and innovation when it comes to initiating the dialogue. (Credit: www.tibettruth.com)

And if the Prime Minister does not find this logic appealing, then consider this – what kind of older, supposedly Harvard educated man, is intimidated by the questions of teenagers? What kind of adult needs to bully a child? From where we stand, to be intimidated by children does not speak well of one’s own qualities and intellectual abilities. It in fact suggests a huge amount of hidden insecurities when a person can be so easily unsettled by the questions of teenagers. Why does the Tibetan Prime Minister want to be surrounded by Yes Men who do not challenge him to improve the welfare of the people? It is sad indeed when the Tibetan Prime Minister so deathly afraid of questions, that he has to intimidate his own people into not asking anything. So instead of learning, instead of forcing oneself to think about the welfare of the community, the Sikyong would rather suppress all forms of free speech and thought, so he can experience the final years of office in comfort, ease and complacency, as he has been doing.

Sikyong Lobsang Sangayla, it is time to start being accountable to your people and letting them get involved in the democratic process without backbites, harassment and violent repercussions. It is time you started respecting your people’s intellect and stop stamping down on their ability to form incisive, analytical questions about your leadership and works. Just because many of them do not ask it, does not mean that many of them are not thinking it. After some time, when they cannot say what they truly feel, the pressure inside will build up until people start to think that they have no choice but to resort to drastic, extreme actions. Just like Choeyingla, the 20-year old who felt that no one was hearing his voice and his suffering, and he needed to do the biggest thing he can – give up his life – to get your attention. In his last moments, this young man did not think about his mother or father; he chose to dedicate his last words to talking about you. Sikyongla, it really is time to get your head out of the sand and realize Tibetans are not going to stay silent about you and your lackeys anymore.

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  1. Its very good to see the Tibetan youth asking questions, Tibetan youths are also thinking and making attempts to understand much more.

    Nothing that the CTA and Lobsang Sangay is doing is bringing much hope to the Tibetans in exile. So why not consider heading back to China?

    I am happy to know many Tibetan youth are starting to think more in the age of the internet, and all the information available to them. The CTA looks like it needs a rehaul and more democracy within it jurisdiction.

  2. It is great to see the Tibetan youth having the courage to put the Sikyong in his place with questions on his ability to rule. With more youths being exposed through social media, I think that we will see the growing trend of youth speaking up for their rights and good governance. It is amazing that a Harvard graduate like Sikyong, would be fearful of facing tough questions. Makes one wonder the quality of his degree. And I really feel sad and sorry for Tenzin Choeying who’s last words were to protect such a weak leader of their people. It is obvious Tenzin Choeying felt hopeless at his situation within the Tibetans in exile, looking forward to the day of returning to Tibet. With the current elected leaders, this day seem to becoming a “Myth”.

    Buckle up Sikyong Lobsang Sangay. Lead your people with compassion and equality. You have already finished a term and now start on another term as Prime Minister/President, nothing had been accomplished other than more costly and wasteful expenditure of monies that should go towards the welfare of your people. The Dalai Lama is no where near the Potala Palace and more countries are shunning him to be politically correct with China who’s sponsorship or partnership offers ludicrous sums. The people in exile will soon loose their identities as they get absorbed into their resident countries and dreams of returning to Tibet will just remain a dream. Don’t give cause for your people to question your actions by being good Leader with sincerity and humbleness.

  3. This man is show the real sincere to our Dalai Lama to ask Sikyongla this questions. He is the real Tibetan who think to ask these such things because it is good n correct to ask. Before coming our way is not so useful anymore n we must do the work like adults, not like children. Our people have a big struggle for our Tibet dream n we must have the brave to fight for it. If we are not brave to ask this questions then how we can be brave for our struggle?

    Thank you for share this video with us n please forgive my English.

  4. It is sad to read this article actually, that another young man who are brave to ask their Sikyong such simples questions might get penalize by their leaders. If Sikyong could think on benefit their peoples, he would not be afraid of the questions, he would not felt the questions were to embarrass him.

    He is the one holding on absolute power to bring welfare to his own people, this position and power that he is holding now, did he bring any improvement to the community ? Tibetan in exile, sad to say are still remaining as a refugee status up to today. While his people are trap in India, he is happily having wealth and power and travel to here and there to get more donations using the status of refugee. How long he wanted to exploit his people more. How long can Tibetans being silent by violence from their leaders?

  5. This is unbelievable! How can the Tibetan students ever have freedom of speech IF they are always being suppressed and question? Does not sound like a democratic government to me at all.

    This boy is definitely smart, skilful and brave to ask such embarrassing questions in a “polite” way to the so called Prime Minister or is it President? Gosh so confusing they cannot even stick to one temporary “status”. Talk about having huge egos and attachments.

    I just hope that this boy will not get into trouble for his questions. And you know what it means… these young educated youth are in the know and they can see right through their “fake” government, and they still have hope, that is why they are still polite. I think if they really give up on their government, they would have “protest” but they still respect their government so they still hope that is why he actually said that they “voted” for the sikyong and his ministers because they believed and trust they will be good members of parliament. But I think they are wising up that their so call democratic exile gov is not what it seems, they are not for their people.

    Well, I hope to see more students speak up and start a NEW revolution of truth and true democracy where EVERYONE is EQUAL. It always starts with one person who is brave enough to question the corrupt system. Bravo to this Tibetan boy… may there be more people like him.

  6. Now-days must Thanks to social media, and the Tibetan youths are reading more and studying more online. World is keep changing and now-days the young generations are not just listen to their government blindly.

    Allways wish Dorje Shugden ban is ASAP.

  7. This young man show hope for the future of Tibetan. How a democratic country move to another level is by challenging for improvement. He is brave enough but at the same time I’m worried for his safety as we all know how the Tibetan leadership work and how violent they can be if they are being challenged.

    Franky speak I don’t think Sikyong should be embarrassed but just answer humbly. If wrong then just apologies. No one is perfect. I have seen so many leaders apologies and the leaders gain deep respect from their people. What make him embarrassed is his ego and this is how the exile can never move forward or able to achieve anything.

    I like the questions from this young man and you can see the youth are observing the elders and dare to point out that they disagree. This is the way to improve. The older generation may just follow what being said by the leaders and obviously we can see the outcome of where the exile is now. But if this young one not given the opportunity and not being polish then we already know where the exile is heading to.

    I just hope nothing happen to the young man and from this many more young people dare to stand up and speak for their right.

  8. It’s good to see that younger generation is asking the intelligent questions. This should be the way to grow. For the government to hear the voices of their people, their concerns and their opinions. Suppressing their speech and actions will only bring more confusion and chaos, as what is clearly seen here.

    Can’t imagine the leader of the parliament walked out of a meeting and can’t even control the people. And they are so called government leaders who are supposed to help their people. Sounds to me like they are more concerned about their own needs than others. He forgot that its their own people who put them there. So the young man is correct, very disrespectful. I guess mannerism is not one of the subject they taught him at Harvard Uni.

    Young man, I sincerely hope the CTA will not put you and your family into any trouble for saying what you think and questioned. I believe in the future, Tibetans need more people like you to guide and steer in the right direction. At least move forward instead of backwards like what is happening now.

  9. Good for this young person to speak up, even when he knows that the government he is under, is punishing people who speak out and ask uncomfortable questions. It is a shame that the CTA, who is so much helped by many people all over the world, does not conform to democratic rules but instead punishes their very own people. We don’t know if there was any repercussion to this young boy, yet we know for sure what happens to Dorje Shugden practitioners and to politicians like Lukar Jam.

    I hope that Sikyong and his government does end such dictatorship but acts for the benefit of all Tibetans.

  10. I think the CTA should listen to the voice from public. People now are more exposed to advance technologies and knowledge. This young Tibetan do showing humankind and send messages to all people of the problems that Tibet in exile is currently suffering. CTA should listen, contemplate and find solution, not interrogate them like criminal. To them, they witness all these and it changes their mindsets that in Tibet life is dreadful, threatening and unintelligible which end up sacrifice themselves. Why this happen?

    It’s because they don’t have FREEDOM in EVERYTHING! Tibetan loves Tibet because Tibet is their mother land and it is painful to see own country in exile due to unorganized management.

  11. In a way, I am inspired by the Tibetans who are speaking up to question the Sikong even though all seem to be futile.

    Lukar Jam, who is futuristic and will do his best to assist Tibetans generally took to politics to unseat Lobsang Sangay with no good results and consequences of being punished by vandalism and threats on his life and that of his family.

    Tibetans specifically the young, immortalised themselves to gain attention even in the presence of Lobsang Sangay and yet their death were futile.

    A new method is being used now, like what this article shows, pointed sharp questions on non-accountability of their leaders especially Lobsang Sangay who seem to be interested of events externally rather than internally.

    The disrespectful conduct of the members of Parliament while in session including Lobsang Sangay. This is of course a disgrace to the people who elected the parliament members.

    Pointedly, if Lobsang Sangay do not care for the people who elected him then this young man asked if he will also conveniently forget his promise to invite the Dalai Lama back to Potala Palace.

    Worst of all, for Lobsang Sangay to be embarrassed to be asked such democratic questions shows that there is no democracy in CTA but just a band of bullies holding onto unaccountability. Shame!!!!!

    However, for the Tibetans who have spoken out in questions to the Sikyong, may they have the perseverance to continue doing so in order for a better governance for the people.

  12. It would be interesting to hear what Lobsang Sangay replied and to know if there was a ‘post-meeting’ with the young man. My opinion is similar to this writer that in a democratic-led government voices from the people should not be stifled. Most times criticism helps the said person/party to hear what others think, and to improve on matters that were highlighted. But alas, this is not tolerated with the leadership of CTA, who for decades control their subjects’ voices. Let’s see if the CTA removes all articles pertaining to this article.

  13. When more and more younger generation like this boy learn and ask questions directed to the Prime Minister, then perhaps the government will do something to improve the situation of the Tibetans in exiled. Like the famous Malala Yousafzai said education is a powerful tool to cut our ignorance. Since now the current situation is not getting any better, then the hope will be on the younger generations. Hopefully these younger generations people will not behave and act like the current government or else it is back to square one.

  14. Now the Tibetan younger generation that live in India, are not like the older generation anymore. They will ask question, they will not sit there and wait for “miracle” to happen. And this Lobsang Sangay who is still living in his dreamland, still thinking that his way of running a “government” can actually cover line of what he’s been doing. Previously we didn’t know, now, through this student Tenzin Choeying, we know that this Sikyong, so called “leader” can walk away during a Parliament meeting. Losang Sangay, this world is not as big as you thought it was anymore. Whatever you do, people know. I have said this before in my previous comments, I don’t mind saying this one more time, “Lobsang Sangay, if you still don’t wake up, CTA is gonna say bye-bye.”. I don’t know whether he still have time now or not, but looking at the situation now, CTA is definitely gonna say bye-bye. It’s only the matter of time.

  15. Many things has been changed but CTA Leadership still remain unchanged. They made empty promises, gave fake hopes, and in between more than 120 Tibetans burning themselves on fire. Lobsang Sangay as head of the CTA couldn’t even resume the negotiation talks with the Chinese government after so many years. We always see him travel around the world and this really bothering me why he needs to do so. My view is Lobsang is more involved in making his own name in history rather than Tibetan cause.

  16. The world has changed, it is no longer like the olden days when the leaders said something, or promise something, the citizen will believe it fully and trust that the government will fulfill what they said. The younger generation nowadays are well exposed and thanks to the internet, we see, we read and we learn what’s happening around the world, and when they find out the things someone said is not happening, they will go question them to find out the answer.

    I really respect the courage of this young man, he is smart, and he is brave to express his opinion, honestly, I felt that if CTA really want to go back Tibet, they will need people like this young man, direct, smart and brave but without selfish agenda, instead of suppress them, CTA should actually encourage them and support them because they are the next generation that will bring Tibet to another level. But too bad, CTA choose otherwise, it seems that CTA is not interested to grow their country, they only interested with their hidden agenda.

  17. I’m proud of this young hero who stand up and spoke for himself and his fellow friends and family members. Lobsang sangay should really take things seriously and start picking up to be a better leader NOW! Before it’s too late, when Tibet break into pieces and the spirit of fighting for freedom is out.

    Hope this young hero will be safe after this and be someone productive and beneficial to his people and the world.

  18. Kudos to the tibetan youth who speak up and ask question to Lobsang sangye ( Tibetan exile Prime Minister). I wish to see more young tibetan generation speak up and find drmocracy for tibetan. CTA should stop bullying and imtidating young tibetan ,simple reason they are the hope future for tibet to fright independent. Not like the current exile tibetan government has fell badly and even subpress those who speaking the truth , they are total not freedom and receive life treatrening after speaking up by CTA.

  19. I think during this day and age, Tibetan Exile Government will be in deeper scrutiny due to the availability of informations all over the internet. What this young Tibetan man asked is just one clear example that there are many who have doubts in the Tibetan leadership. Maybe the older generations who have not much access to information or shall I say blind faith to the Dalai Lama but what I can see from here, there are certainly growing doubts against the Sikyong himself too. I just wonder what will happen to the young man, will he be held for more questioning.

  20. To be fair, the three questions are not tough questions. They are direct questions, and if the leader is competent, he/she will be able to answer with ease and grace. Especially question 3, it is almost as good as a campaign question where the leader can make use of to share the plans and impress the crowd.

    Well, unfortunately, we have Sikyongla. Who, may possess a Havard certificate, but is obviously not used to candid dialog, leave alone open discussion with the public. Since these 3 simple questions pose a challenge to him, as the Prime Minister, it shows his level of competent.

    Is this an eye opener to the Tibetan commuity in exile and to the larger Tibetans community around the world? How many times must the Prime Minister be embarrased before he buckles up? Or before actions be taken to do something about it by the Tibetan people?

  21. When a student asked the Tibetan Prime Minister three questions during his recent visit to the Central University of Tibet in Varanasi, the first thing that came to mind was that this was like a breath of fresh air. Moreover, as the youth reminded the Sikyong,it was the people that had voted him into power, so please can he then explain to the people issues that concern them?

    In fact, this brings to the forefront the question of accountability of the Sikyong and Members of Parliament, who have been elected by the people. It is time this is highlighted and not swept under the carpet.

    What is also of equally great importance is that such freedom of speech should not be quashed. It should not be that every voice among the budding intellectuals of the Tibetan community be stifled. They represent the future leaders of Tibet and on them depends Tibet’s future.It’s high time the Sikyong and his cabinet members stop being selfish, but think instead of the future of their people.

  22. You can see a clear video of His Holiness the Dalai Lama asking the monasteries to expel monks that practice Dorje Shugden. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTgYWidYw3U

  23. Sikyongla be fair to the young man. If you are not guilty why should you be embrassed by his questions? You are a Harvard law graduate why can’t you handle these 3 simple questions by this youth? In real democracy you ought to be accountable for your own administration. And Sikyongla, if you have your people at heart, nurture your youths. Don’t intimidate them.

  24. Member of Parliament Tenpa Yarphel is a hero. He is speaking up for free speech and freedom of expression. He is exercising his rights, he is standing up for logical democracy which is the only way forward and not having to contact spirits like Nechung via oracles to make decisions that impact people’s lives. But look how people speak about him in the comments, so rude and nasty. It really represents the Dalai Lama badly as they are supporting Dalai Lama beings so rude: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=if2dFMKIr_8

    They say we need to believe in Nechung and follow what he says. But in 2009 Nechung said the Dalai Lama would go back to Tibet and that everyone would be happy. A monk from Nechung Monastery is the one that told everyone about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIDZLzXIgW8. But Nechung was wrong. It has been eight years and this has not happened. The Dalai Lama did not return to Tibet. Nechung being consulted by Tibetan government in exile is backwards. No governments do this in the civilized world.

    When people like Tenpa Yarphel speak up and are real patriots of the Tibetan people, they are attacked by other people. In fact people even protest like this man who shaves his hair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M30NL4hG8oA. People like these are actually protesting against Tenpa Yarphel’s democratic rights and freedom of speech. Tibetans by criticizing Tenpa Yarphel shows they are far from democracy. Besides many of the other Kagyu leaders such as Drigung Chetsang Rinpoche, Drukchen Rinpoche, Karmapa Thaye Dorje all did not say anything against Tenpa Yarphel that represents the Kagyus.

    Dalai Lama had said that is his minister of cabinet in the government. Even though it is clear that Nechung is unreliable and a spirit, the Dalai Lama continues to rely heavily on Nechung and other oracles who take trance of spirits. He invites Nechung to all his events and allow him to take trance in centre stage always. In fact the Dalai Lama even calls the oracles to his own private bedroom: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x62ocw1.

    These practices show how Tibetan government is run.

  25. Within the Tibetan communities in India, there is no free speech and how Tibetans insult each other and would even insult foreigners by calling them Chinese agents just because you speak up and this is suppose to silence you. All of this began with the Tibetan CTA. Nonetheless, there are a handful of Tibetans who had enough and they dare to speak the truth and in this case, Tenpa Yarphel speaks against Nechung and veiled statements about the Shugden ban – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuKOjcpLH8A
    And then there are people who would oppose his view by shaving his head. Very silly.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M30NL4hG8oA

  26. Chokyong Nechung is wrong! Nechung in this video said that Dalai Lama is going back to China and that was five years ago? What happened? Why are we even listening to him ever again. He always make mistakes. 😱

    🌎 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIDZLzXIgW8

  27. Question to Tibetan exile government, Central Tibetan Administration – CTA: Hey this Geshe Dorje interprets Nechung’s prophecy saying the Dalai Lama will go back to Tibet five years ago, but look, Dalai Lama still cannot go back. Watch… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIDZLzXIgW8

    Not only that, there is still NO sign of even creating a good relationship for a chance to go back! So we are all stuck and still nowhere near going back to Tibet. So why on earth are we still listening to this spirit Nechung who always makes mistakes and give wrong prophecies? Nechung even killed the 13th Dalai Lama by giving him the wrong medicine. So WHY are we still listening to him for? Why are we Buddhist following what a spirit says? If we can follow Nechung spirit so why condemn Dogyal? This is weird and wrong!

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.…Instead of turning away people who practise Dorje Shugden, we should be kind to them. Give them logic and wisdom without fear, then in time they give up the ‘wrong’ practice. Actually Shugden practitioners are not doing anything wrong. But hypothetically, if they are, wouldn’t it be more Buddhistic to be accepting? So those who have views against Dorje Shugden should contemplate this. Those practicing Dorje Shugden should forbear with extreme patience, fortitude and keep your commitments. The time will come as predicted that Dorje Shugden’s practice and it’s terrific quick benefits will be embraced by the world and it will be a practice of many beings.

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