Author Topic: CTA should ban Rangzen and stop receiving money from its symphatizers  (Read 30 times)

Ringo Starr

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 245
    • Email
8 November 2017

"Dharamshala — His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Tuesday said Tibet was "not seeking separation" from China, but instead it was in Tibet's interest to remain part of China because of the material benefits this brought to the Himalayan region.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama, participated online in an episode of 'The Stream', a social media community with its own daily TV show on Al Jazeera English during his second day dialogue with youth leaders of the United Nation's Institute of Peace, USIP."

Soucre: http://www.thetibetpost.com/en/news-in-focus/5795-it-was-in-tibets-interest-to-remain-part-of-china-his-holiness-to-al-jazeera

In no uncertain terms, His Holiness has reiterated his edict that Tibet was not seeking separation from China.

When in 1996, His Holiness as a practitioner and based on his own experience (merely) advised monks to stop practising Dorje Shugden, the CTA went to town and has since become "the enforcer" of this advice, literally by its actions since, in the form of an outright ban and discrimination against its spiritual practitioners.

This happened even though the CTA supposedly practices democracy and is only governing the secular activities of the Tibetans in exile, not spiritual. So the CTA went way beyond its scope of authority and continues to do so, even funding, printing and till this day on its official web pages, denouncing enlightened being Dorje Shugden and its practitioners.

Now that His Holiness has once again repeated in no uncertain terms that Tibet should remain part of China, will the CTA do its real secular job by banning Rangzen and stopping all contributions to this effort?

Day by day, the Rangzen people are getting bolder and bolder. In fact it seems that Lobsang Sangay too by his actions such as raising the Tibetan flag of resistance and war not so long ago in a disputed territory, is quietly supporting Rangzen.

The CTA should just do its job as the governor of secular Tibetans in exile. It should not mislead the world by allowing or indeed quietly supporting Rangzen. It should immediately ban it!

At the same time, Lobsang Sangay should take his nose out from the spiritual affairs of Tibetans by removing any trace of meddling with the Dorje Shugden issue from the CTA and its affiliates.

Only when both of these happen will the CTA be functioning as it should. When that happens, maybe the so much needed dialogue between His Holiness and China may restart. The clock is ticking.