Author Topic: How is Shugden a minority practice?  (Read 8407 times)


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Re: How is Shugden a minority practice?
« Reply #15 on: October 25, 2016, 01:35:25 PM »
As I said before and reiterate here again, this is just a tactic to divert attention from the real issue of the impotence of the CTA to do what they said they will do. They are unable to fulfill a promise made to the Tibetans. If they can fan enough hatred and get the people so fired up that they put on their blinkers and can see nothing else, they are home free - home run!

Sad thing is the these angry mob are the people who stand to lose the most. Why do they have to carry a chip on their shoulder instead of looking at the fight for independence objectively?


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Re: How is Shugden a minority practice?
« Reply #16 on: December 30, 2016, 02:15:34 PM »
The CTA claims that Dorje Shugden is a minority practice, but yet how many hundreds of people have sworn to stop practicing Shugden? Doesn't make sense, this shows what a bunch of cowards the CTA people are. In fact besides the people who have already sworn to stop practicing Dorje Shugden there are also those who still practice in the shadows since you don't know those people how can you simply assume that Shugden is a minority practice? There are easily thousands of laypeople and monks who still practice Dorje Shugden silently.
If Dorje Shugden was a minority practice why is it that the CTA had to force so many people to stop practicing it? Is it possible to stop practicing something that you never practiced? Doesn't make sense.

I really hope that the CTA and the DAlai Lama will reunite everyone without regard to whether or not they practice Dorje Shugden.