And then again, i would urge anyone who is thinking of doing self-immolation should just think three times if not twice. To make a statement by destroying oneself is not going to help the situation but i feel will worsen it rather. This will cause uproar in the community and sorrow to the family members of the person. Aren't we taught to always solve misunderstandings or issues with a peaceful method? Aren't we all supposed to be kind to others? Aren't we supposed to be more understanding to others? Where has all the qualities one human being should possess? I think the answer is simple, degeneration. That is why the practice of Dorje Shugden is highly needed in today's degenerate times!
To me, the act of self immolations that are in Tibet, and the way how the Tibetans justify it even though everyone can see very clearly that it is wrong shows me that the Tibetans would believe in something that is not real as long as it justifies what they want, like for instance, in this case, their independence although it is but a dream for now and will remain to be unless they improve in many ways. CTA needs to step up and learn to talk like a country by not covering their faults that are as clear as daylight, especially with regards to the ban on Dorje Shugden which goes against all that they are fight against: oppression, lies, tyranny, cover-ups, disappearing people -- every single time CTA does and action to harm the Dorje Shugden practitioners, their karma comes back that one of their spies and representatives in Nepal or China get caught or disappears. And again, other than being a news item on Phayul (of course, the story is glossed up and edited to sound like a poor me story to get the sympathy of the readers), nothing else happens.
All Tibetan sources of the self immolation reports point to one thing: that the self immolators died for the betterment of the Tibetan people, probably by promoting arrests in that area and causing the police to clamp down on that area more. Perhaps, the areas of the town needed more policemen or that their family members required police protection which is why they did what they did? And that is what they called dying for the culture and freedom of Tibet? How would anyone come up to such a conclusion on that it would be for the betterment of the country unless of course, someone has been talking to them and putting ideas into their head. I wonder who would do such a thing? Hmmmm