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Harold Musetescu

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What the blog site "Dharma Wheel" thinks about Tsem Tulku
« on: October 08, 2019, 08:38:02 AM »
This is what the hateful anti Dorje Shugden website thinks about our beloved Tsem Tulku.

Their disgusting article on Tsem Tulku has over 35,300 views.

Pray for the swift rebirth of His Eminence Tsem Tulku.

Harold Musetescu

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Re: What the blog site "Dharma Wheel" thinks about Tsem Tulku
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2019, 11:36:48 AM »
Here is another example of the anti Tsem Tulku and anti Dorje Shugden hatred found at

Many people including myself posted about the death of Tsem Tulku.

Most posts were of a positive nature.

A moderator there removed the posts on Tsem Tulku death and posted an anti Dorje Shugden and anti Tsem Tulku statement.

Here is a link to that most evil post.

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Post by purple rose » Mon Oct 07, 2019 1:46 pm
Please note a topic about the death of Tsem Tulku has been removed as it directly contravenes the Terms of Service Posting Rules.     
Posting Rules wrote:
SHUGDEN/DOLGYAL – Dharma Wheel stands firmly against the promotion and propagation of Shugden/Dolgyal. As such ALL discussion of anything related to Shugden/Dolgyal, including practices and related material, as well as criticism, are strictly prohibited on Dharma Wheel. The discussion of or linking to material from groups and individuals that promote them, such as Geshe Kelsang Gyato's New Kadampa Tradition or Tsem Tulku Rinpoche's Kechara will be removed. This zero tolerance policy against all discussion is premised on the principle that any bandwidth given to the subject, even criticism, is too much. Dharma Wheel follows the guidance of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on this subject, and all the heads of the Tibetan traditions condemn such practices due to their extremely divisive nature and the negative effects to a person's well-being. The common advice is to ignore them instead of nursing the bad energy by attention. Further information can be found here: or

Pray for the swift return of our beloved Tsem Tulku.