The Chairman of China’s Communist Party in Tibet, Chen Quanguo, warned against separatist fantasies fueled by Tensyn Gyatso a.k.a. Dalai Lama and the religio-feudal, CIA associated “Tibetan Exile Government” in India.
The statement came against the backdrop of increased involvement of U.S. intelligence services and CIA-related NGO’s in attempted subversion in Hong Kong and CIA and U.S. NGO involvement in the armed insurgency in China’s Xinjiang province.
On Wednesday, Quanguo warned that China would stamp out any separatist inclinations and severely punish those members of China’s Communist Party who harbor fantasies about Tibet’s so-called leader in exile. Quanguo was quoted as saying:
“As for cadres who harbor fantasies about the 14th Dalai Lama, follow the Dalai lama group, participate in supporting separatist infiltration and sabotage activities, they’ll be severely punished in accordance with both Chinese law and the party’s disciplinary measures”.
Quanguo described Tensyn Gyatso, a.k.a. the Dalai Lama as “Wolf in Sheep Clothes”
Even though Gyatso has been awarded the Nobel Peace Price, which puts him into the same category as known war criminal Henry Kissinger and Barack Obama, the leader of the exiled religio-feudal ex government of Tibet is drawing sharp criticism from the Buddhist communities worldwide. Quanguo described Tensyn Gyatso, a.k.a. the Dalai Lama as “Wolf in Sheep Clothes”.
While Gyatso is dressing in monks robes, he is travelling the world conducting politics, besides the fact that the Dalai Lama also is designated as the “King of Tibet”.
Buddhist scholars worldwide, repeatedly pointed out that the life of a monk and that of a politician, according to even the most basic Buddhist tenets, are irreconcilable, as is the involvement of alleged monks in armed insurrections.
The involvement of the so-called Tibetan exile government with the CIA, including the involvement in armed insurrections and the murder of fellow Tibetans, including monks has been well documented.
Tensyn Gyatso, a.k.a. The 14th Dalai Lama has also been criticized for pressuring the Tibetan community to “Gelugpaize“, while acting restrictive against the Nyingma or red hat school of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as for the violent oppression of Dorje Shugden followers.
Did the Supreme Buddha sent a Vicar?
Tibetan tradition uses the proverb that the Supreme Buddha, who according to Tibetan Buddhims is named Adi Buddha orVajradhara, from time to time sends a vicar, instead of the true reincarnation of the Bodhisattva (Saint) of Compassion, Avalokitesvaha, whose embodiment the Dalai Lama is supposed to represent.
Many followers of Tibetan Buddhism and other schools of Buddhism have been quoted as saying that this must be the case with Tensyn Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.
Gyatso, last month, voiced that he hoped to be able to “make a pilgrimage” to China and that he was discussing the prospects of such a pilgrimage with Chinese officials. The claim could not be independently verified by nsnbc.
Buddhists in Tibet enjoy, contrary to Western propaganda, religious freedom. Many monasteries receive cultural support from both the central government in Beijing and the regional government of Tibet.
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