Did the CTA make a mistake?

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  1. maybe they did it on purpose: in case somebody is blaming them of persecuting DS pratictioners, they can show some papers stating it’s clearly not true! ( they are also praying to DS!!)

  2. Last time they were called EXILED TIBETAN GOVERNMENT in Dharamsala, North India in McLeod Ganj.

    Now they have been downgraded by the Indian government to be called CENTRAL TIBETAN ADMINISTRATION OR CTA.

    But as you can see from the blundering, mistakes and fight for power, they do much harm to their own Tibetan people. They do not deserve to be in power.
    How can they inform the press their protector is Shugden and they are doing Losar New Year’s prayers to Shugden and then retract it within 48 hours??

    It they the CTA who has banned Shugden’s practice and also disadvantaged Tibetans who continue to practice by denying them basic human rights.

    This shows how irresponsible the CTA really are which shows you the basis of the ban against Shugden’s practitioners is wrong.

  3. The CTA in Dharamsala should be retired already. They are ineffective and have not gotten any freedom for Tibet and failed miserably with their power games, ineptness and thorough corruption. Every Tibetan will know how corrupt the CTA is and is a dictator without intelligence. CTA please retire already as you are not fit to ‘rule’ the people. You have blundered again so badly. A simple press release you cannot do?

  4. Shocking how inept CTA really is. Cannot trust them at all.

  5. Looks like they finally got something RIGHT. Happy New Year. Om Vajra Wiki Witrana Soha!!

  6. @Lesly Weiner,

    You are right! That’s a good one!

  7. The CTA only continues to make a fool of themselves with their lack of professionalism. I don’t think it could’ve possibly been the first or the second case as you have mentioned that if they had clearly intended to do that, they wouldn’t have retracted their statement and edited it so quickly.

    I would like to think of it as their final acceptance towards Dorje Shugden practitioners but it must’ve been a blantant stupid mistake by Tsering Wangchuk. Since there hasn’t been an issued statement of apology for their mistake it goes to show how much integrity the really CTA has for their actions.

  8. Based on the unprofessional track record of the CTA, who was “downgraded” from the TIbetan GOVERNMENT In Exile, it is not unlikely that the entire ban was a mistake that they could not correct due to ego. The manner in which the CTA responded to the Dorje Shugden controversy has been consistently embarrassing and reflects poorly on H.H.

    H.H has done a remarkable job to bring Buddhadharma to the world. However, as we know the unforgiving tendencies of samsara, one bad mistake like taking a stance the conflicts with fundamental human rights to freedom of religion, can taint the good work that has been accomplished by H.H as well as the reputation of the Dharma.

    Whatever caused this baffling “news”, the CTA better get a hold of themselves as they are only further reducing the possibility of a free Tibet.

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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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