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General Discussion / Re: Switzerland Leads the Free World in Friendship with China
« Last post by Matibhadra on February 21, 2017, 10:16:30 PM »
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Well, I hate to say this, but money speaks louder than ideals.

It is nice to see that the “Chinese corporate spending spree” benefits Switzerland not only economically, but also morally.

Indeed, being more independent from the US-based financial mafia's pressure, which in the past compelled Switzerland to accept Tibetan separatist terrorist CIA operatives as “refugees”, now Switzerland is more free to follow the rules of international law, and only accept refugees who duly recognize their Chinese original citizenship, and therefore explicitly distance themselves from terrorism and separatism.

This is the beauty of moral economic growth, as lead by China, as opposed to the immoral financial blackmail, which is the trademark of the US-based financial mafia.
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General Discussion / Re: Have You Seen This About Rangzen Online?
« Last post by Erstvollzug on February 21, 2017, 04:44:32 PM »
The Tibetan leadership will say you are wrong

In my understanding, I am not against the Dalai Lama and I have been taught by my teacher that we must have the highest respect for HHDL and all other religious leaders and their practitioners even though they have different religions.
Just because I have listened to the advice of my teacher and continued with the practice that he have so kindly given to me does not mean that I am against the Dalai Lama. Is it so wrong to worship the deity of my choice? What about violent and abusive people who discriminate and cause sufferings to Shugden practitioners? Is that not against the preaching of HHDL to practice kindness and harmony towards everyone?
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General Discussion / Re: The dharmapala "Methar"
« Last post by Erstvollzug on February 21, 2017, 04:42:36 PM »
Prove it.

I wish all of you  to know that I am in fact the Tengyeling Oracle.

I will no longer pretend it is someone else.

If you wish to reach me my email is "dharmafruads@gmail.com".
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General Discussion / Re: The dharmapala "Methar"
« Last post by Harold Musetescu on February 21, 2017, 04:01:11 PM »
I wish all of you  to know that I am in fact the Tengyeling Oracle.

I will no longer pretend it is someone else.

If you wish to reach me my email is "dharmafruads@gmail.com".

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General Discussion / Re: Tibetan Leadership Cons Mongolia
« Last post by Tenzin Malgyur on February 21, 2017, 10:38:37 AM »
It is not surprising though. CTA cannot even help its own people, the Tibetans. Why even expect it to do some good to help Mongolia after the damage done after the visit of HHDL recently. The sole purpose of CTA 's existence now seems to be getting other nations into trouble by souring their good relationship with China. All of the CTA's visits to other nations is looking like a last ditch desperate efforts win over support to their non-existence cause.
It is upsetting to hear and read of the speeches the Sikyong is making. Everyone knows that it is not wise to get on the bad side of China.
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General Discussion / Re: Have You Seen This About Rangzen Online?
« Last post by Tenzin Malgyur on February 21, 2017, 08:14:04 AM »
In my understanding, I am not against the Dalai Lama and I have been taught by my teacher that we must have the highest respect for HHDL and all other religious leaders and their practitioners even though they have different religions.
Just because I have listened to the advice of my teacher and continued with the practice that he have so kindly given to me does not mean that I am against the Dalai Lama. Is it so wrong to worship the deity of my choice? What about violent and abusive people who discriminate and cause sufferings to Shugden practitioners? Is that not against the preaching of HHDL to practice kindness and harmony towards everyone?
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General Discussion / Re: Switzerland Leads the Free World in Friendship with China
« Last post by pemachen on February 21, 2017, 05:22:35 AM »
Well, I hate to say this, but money speaks louder than ideals. Honestly, what do people get by befriending the Central Tibetan Administration? Here is another news piece telling why Switzerland does it.

Chinese corporate spending spree benefits Switzerland

Investments by Chinese companies in Switzerland quadrupled last year to reach $4.8 billion (CHF4.8 billion), according to research from consultants Baker McKenzie. The report excludes the proposed $43 billion takeover of Syngenta by ChemChina, which still awaits final regulatory approval.

To put that mega-deal into perspective, Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in the whole of Europe totalled $46 billion in 2016 (up 90% on 2015) and $48 billion (+189%) in North America, says Baker McKenzie.

Last year, China’s HNA Aviation Group snapped up Swiss air transport support companies Gategroup and ST Technics. The Chinese company had previously bought Swissport. Other significant deals in recent years include the takeover of iconic aluminium bottle maker Sigg by Haers Vacuum Containers.

Other Chinese companies have invested in Switzerland without taking over Swiss firms. Leading Chinese software company Neusoft has run its European headquarters from Appenzell since 2009.
Speaking to swissinfo.ch at the World Economic Forum last month, Neusoft chairman Liu Jiren said to expect more Chinese FDI in the coming years as they sought to diversify into cutting-edge service sectors.



Gao Hucheng, Trade Minister of the People's Republic of China and Swiss Economics Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann shake hands on successful Sino-Swiss trade relations.

Chinese FDI in North America & Europe 2016

“The image of Switzerland in China is of a very stable country that is very transparent, friendly and tops all the rankings in ease of doing business. I expect more Chinese companies, which want to expand abroad, will choose Switzerland as their destination,” he said.

Chinese corporate investment in Europe and North America has exploded from $2.6 billion to $94 billion in the space of a decade, with more than half of that growth being recorded in the past three years, according to Baker McKenzie.

But the consultancy group predicts a slowdown in FDI growth from China this year as global regulators take a more critical look at takeovers and the Chinese authorities try to slow the amount of capital leaving the country. Its report states that 30 proposed deals, worth more than $74 billion, were scrapped in Europe and North America last year.

“Greater political and regulatory scrutiny makes for a more challenging outlook in the near-term. Political risk assessment and regulatory planning is increasingly important as part of an overall deal strategy,” said Thomas Gilles, head of Baker McKenzie’s EMEA-China Group.

Source: http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1033756.shtml
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General Discussion / Re: What version of Dorje Shugden do you believe in?????
« Last post by thaimonk on February 21, 2017, 04:23:00 AM »
Harold,

Why do you always attack and degrade Tsem Tulku?

He is the only Tulku of the Gelug lineage with such a comprehensive blog that shares so much information. He benefits so many because of this and so much hard work seems to go into this. Especially information on Dorje Shugden that has benefited myself and many others.

No other Tulku of the Gelug lineage provide so much online for free and easy access. So why do you always attack Tsem Tulku?

 :(

Hello Matibhadra

Please google "Oracles and Demons of Tibet" and go to the website abhidharma.ru.

This book was written circa 1950 by Rene De Nebesky Wokowitz.

On page 134-135 you will see him recounting the singular story of how Drakpa Gyetsen commited "Suicide".

It states "At last, weary of the incessant intrigues and complots (he) decided to leave the world voluntarily....The Lama suffocated himself by stuffing a ceremonial scarf into his mouth.....".

The author got this story of Dorje Shugden's death from two Gelug Tulkus, Darmpo Rinpoche and Krasmthong Rinpoche. The author does not give any other version of how Dorje Shugden died. No story of him being "Murdered" just that he committed suicide.

Remember this book was written around 1950 long before any problems involving the Dalai Lama and Dorje Shugden.

So Matibhadra we now have two versions of how Drakpa Gyetsen died.

I am fully aware that many people refuse to accept the possibility that Dorje Shugden committed "Suicide". The author was a Professor and scholar from Vienna and had not axe to grind with Dorje Shugden. Tsem Tulku has on numerous occasions quoted from this book.

"Murder" sells better to an audience then "Suicide".

In the matter of Dorje Shugden being "Unenlightened" this is what is believed by the Sakya followers of Dorje Shugden.

Not all followers of Dorje Shugden are Gelugpas. Remember it was was Sakya that first made Dorje Shugden a Dharmapala. He was later co-opted into the Gelugpa Sect.

How my answers have help you.
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General Discussion / Re: What version of Dorje Shugden do you believe in?????
« Last post by Matibhadra on February 21, 2017, 03:12:31 AM »
By the way, you as the Tengyeling Oracle are in a privileged position to tell the rest of us whether Methar was actually murdered, or in fact just suicided, and therefore the murdering story was concocted just because, as you like to say, “murder sells better to an audience than suicide”.
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General Discussion / Re: What version of Dorje Shugden do you believe in?????
« Last post by Matibhadra on February 21, 2017, 03:01:54 AM »
Hi Harold/Tengyeling Oracle,

Here's a direct link to download Lindsay G. McCune's Tales Of Intrigue From Tibet's Holy City: The Historical Underpinnings of a Modern Buddhist Crisis:

https://www.google.ch/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwjVm-nnl6DSAhVEthoKHfEVBbEQFggrMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fdiginole.lib.fsu.edu%2Fislandora%2Fobject%2Ffsu%3A180862%2Fdatastream%2FPDF%2Fdownload%2Fcitation.pdf&usg=AFQjCNEf53rB7qzTJaJ9ledjeYgDg_cc3A

Please download it and give it a chance to enjoy the many details added by this neutral, scholarly, remarkable research, which will surely enrich any discusssion on the topic of Tulku Drakpa Gyalsten's violent death.
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