Author Topic: It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders  (Read 7497 times)


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It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders
« on: November 27, 2016, 03:03:11 PM »
The number of countries that are no longer friendly to CTA are growing in the numbers, the numbers of countries that even are willing to talk to CTA is embarrassingly low, one can count with one hand, countries are wiling to engage with CTA.

It is time for CTA to relook at the downward spiral of their popularity and the willingness of countries to give them the time of the day. They may even reverse all their policies if they know whats good for them and the survival of their movement.


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Re: It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2016, 05:37:13 PM »
A real case of Karma coming back to bite. All the years of imposing sufferings on the Shugden practitioners, CTA is getting a dose of their own "medicine". Imagine wasting USD19 millions per annum of sponsorship funds from US on propaganda against China and then Shugden practitioners instead of aiding their people in living skills towards self sustaining future. No doubt some of those monies must have found their way into some pockets considering the luxury they lived in. After more than 60 years on charity living, CTA has now made themselves useless other than to be the "dog to agitate the giant" and mastering deception in using Dorje Shugden to hide their failings. Most of all CTA is undermining the Dalai Lama's wish to return to Tibet. When the Dalai Lama step out of his political position, it was a signal that he wished to cut the perception of his political status and be seen as a religious figure, someone less threatening to the Chinese government. However due to CTA's blunders and weakness, the Dalai Lama is still very much the leader, politically and religiously.

Wake up CTA. Make good with Shugden practitioners for greater support, stop all propaganda against China whether overt or subterfuge and govern with accountability towards their people. May the Dalai Lama get his wish for that dialogue with China soon.

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Re: It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2016, 01:51:52 PM »
The leaders of other countries must have felt overdosed by the CTA with stories of their cause for the past sixty years. What made it worse was the fact that most of the crisis faced by the CTA leadership stems from their own doings. Hopefully the CTA would get the subtle messages the leaders of the world are trying to get across to them to stop creating hatred among the Tibetans and to grant the Tibetans the freedom to choose their religion. Start being nice to your own citizens first, CTA, before going around and expecting others to be cordial with you.


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Re: It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2016, 02:13:07 PM »
In another part of the forum - Dalai Lama used to 'poke' China -

It is seen that Mongolia was praised by the Sikyong for standing up to China by welcoming the Dalai Lama but is left alone to face the wrath of China. Really goes to show that the CTA is really just using others shamelessly. At this rate, they will ostracized by many.

Oh well, they just have to learn that karma really bites and that they should clean up their own house before blaming others. But, then again I doubt that they really want to go back to a free Tibet seeing as they are so comfortable with lots of funds from the US for them without them having to work for it.