False Prophets 4 (Tibetan Llamas)

Tibet, the Dalai Lama, Feudalism, Slavery, and the Great Game

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2020

The Dalai Lama and Tibetan rebels were secretly funded by the CIA. The rebels included monks like Athar Norbu; the Dalai Lama’s elder brother, Gyalo Thondup, was the CIA liaison. After the Dalai Lama fled Tibet in 1959, the CIA’s secret funding cost “more than $1.7 million a year, according to intelligence documents. That included $500,000 to support 2,100 Tibetan guerrillas (800 of them armed) based in Nepal and $180,000 worth of “subsidy to the Dalai Lama.”

The Dalai Lama’s support for the fighters continued until the CIA money stopped flowing: “In July 1974 the Dalai Lama himself sent a 20-minute tape-recorded message asking the resistance fighters, now led by a CIA-trained Khampa named Wangdu, to surrender.”

Remember that these rebels were fighting to restore feudalism in Tibet, and they were being helped by people who had overthrown democratic governments (Mossadegh in Iran and Arbenz in Guatemala) to install dictators. It’s understandable why the Dalai Lama hid that for decades.

The result?

    In the end, the CIA adventure left much blood in its wake. By Beijing’s own reckoning, some 87,000 Tibetans were “eliminated” during the Lhasa uprising and its aftermath. The CIA involvement gave Beijing an easy excuse to depict Tibet as a “pawn on the chessboard of imperialist cold-war policy.” The CIA’s proteges, however, were left with nothing. “The Tibetans were abandoned,” says CIA veteran Lilley, evoking the Bay of Pigs fiasco. “It was Cuba all over again.”

Anna Louise Strong, author of When Serfs Stood Up in Tibet and Tibetan Interviews, should be admired by anyone who likes stories of women-adventurers. From Writer’s account of transformation in Tibet:

    Strong also pointed out that a “greater Tibet” advocated by the Dalai Lama never existed. “The boundaries of Tibet have changed greatly through the centuries. Tibet, as the Chinese use the term, is Tibet as it stood in 1911, at the fall of the Chinese empire, and as shown on most maps of this century, whether published in London or Shanghai. This Tibet includes territory where the Dalai Lama directly ruled, and the territory of Houtsang, where the Panchen Erdeni ruled.”

    If the Dalai Lama’s claim of “greater Tibet” held water, the “Pope of Rome might with equal reason ask for all of Europe that once paid tribute through the monasteries to the Holy Roman Empire,” she wrote.
    


A great Tibet interview

Dissident Voice : Q&A on Tibet: Elisabeth Martens, who spent years in China and Tibet, observes:

    The violence which went down in Lhasa on 14 March 2008 was perpetrated by groups of Tibetan demonstrators. The testimony of foreigners present at the time was in agreement on this point: the aggression targeted the Chinese (the Han) and the Hui, a majority of whom are Muslims. Some people were burned alive, others were beaten, stabbed or stoned to death. The weapons used were Molotov cocktails, stones, iron bars, shanks and butcher knives. There were 22 dead and more than 300 wounded, nearly all were Hui and Han. These were criminal acts of a racist character. Serge Lachapelle, a tourist from Montreal, said: “The Muslim quarter was completely destroyed, not a single store was left standing.”

    … Imagine the havoc that would ensue in France if Corsican separatists set fire to French civilians in the middle of Ajacio!

    … When we speak of the “colonization” of one country by another, there should be, at least, two countries. In this particular case, we should remember that Tibet has never been recognized as an “independent country”. … A second answer is that when we use the term “colonization”, it implies that the invading country profits from the assets of the invaded country. But, if we consider the last fifty years in Tibet, we notice the opposite phenomenon. The Tibetan population has tripled thanks to the health care system and the rapid improvement of living standards. Which was, in fact, not difficult to achieve given the disastrous conditions under which 90% of the Tibetans lived under the theocratic regime of the Dalai Lamas.

    … In 1956, an armed rebellion was organized in several Tibetan monasteries (e.g., Litang and Drepung): the Peoples Republic of China targeted the Tibetan dignitaries, those of the clergy in particular. And so it was this part of the population that began to flee into India and which would make up the Tibetan community in exile (just as the exodus for Taiwan was made up mainly of the larger Chinese families).

    This armed rebellion was from its beginnings financially and logistically supported by the CIA. For what reason? All you have to do to understand this is read a report by the US State Dept from April 1949: “Tibet has become strategically and ideologically important. Since the independence of Tibet could serve the struggle against communism, it is in our interests to recognize Tibet as independent. (…) However, it is not Tibet that interests us, it is the attitude we must adopt toward China.” It doesn’t get much clearer than that!

Mainstream Media Confirm Dalai Lama is A CIA Asset

https://geopolitics.co/2016/12/19/mainstream-media-confirm-dalai-lama-is-a-cia-asset/
2016

According to Memorandum for the 303 Committee (1968), the so-called CIA Tibetan program was partially initiated in 1956 “with the cognizance of the Committee, is based on US Government commitments made to the Dalai Lama in 1951 and 1956.”

“The program consists of political action, propaganda, paramilitary and intelligence operations, appropriately coordinated with and supported by [less than 1 line of source text not declassified],” the document read.

The declassified memorandum stated that in September 1958 the 303 Committee approved the “CIA covert support to Tibetan resistance” — just a year before the all-out uprising in the region erupted.

According to the publicist, the Dalai Lama’s exile opened the door to the CIA’s covert program aimed at recruiting and training the Tibetan leader’s followers and supporters in reconnaissance operations, sabotage, guerilla tactics, data encoding and radio operator skills. According to some estimates, about 170-240 Tibetans had undergone this special training.

The Memorandum for the Special Group (1964) reveals that the CIA planned to create a spy network in Tibet, including “approximately 20 singleton resident agents… two road watch teams in Tibet to report possible Chinese Communist build-ups, and six border watch communications teams.”

Indeed, there’s more to the story and so, we need to continue exposing the false idols right at their own home turf.

Beyond the Dalai Lama’s engagement with the CIA, his conviction to his own teachings has come to question when he was caught wearing a Rolex while he preached about the great scourge of materialism in this world.

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This week it was reported that a five-year old Tibetan girl had been allegedly raped by two Tibetan adult males in the settlement of Mundgod, South India. As shocking as the alleged crime was the revelation that the Mundgod camp officer and settlement officer had encouraged the father of the child not to pursue criminal charges against the men. Why? Out of fear of shaming HH the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan people. Sadly, I and others living in the Tibetan community in exile were not surprised to learn this.

Kalu Rinpoche says that he was molested by elder monks…”sexually abused by elder monks,” and when he was 18 his tutor in the monastery threatened him at knifepoint. “It’s all about money, power, controlling. . . . And then I became a drug addict because of all this misunderstanding and I went crazy.”

A gang of older monks who would visit his room each week…..This was hard-core sex, he says, including penetration. “Most of the time, they just came alone,” he says. “They just banged the door harder, and I had to open. I knew what was going to happen, and after that you become more used to it.”

It wasn’t until Kalu returned to the monastery after his three-year retreat that he realized how wrong this practice was. By then the cycle had begun again on a younger generation of victims, he says. Kalu’s claims of sexual abuse mirror those of Lodoe Senge, an ex-monk and 23 year old tulku who now lives in Queens, New York.

“When I saw the video,” Senge says of Kalu’s confessions, “I thought, ‘Shit, this guy has the balls to talk about it when I didn’t even have the courage to tell my girlfriend.’” Senge was abused, he says, as a 5-year-old by his own tutor, a man in his late twenties, at a monastery in India.

False idolatry and false institutions are two great scourges on this planet. Both have created a strong, opaque barrier between the mind and the Truth it is seeking.

The only way to know the Whole Truth and free humanity at last is to launch a great rebellion against them both.

Be prepared for what the mainstream media are doing right now, which is to publish some chosen truths to regain the people’s trust, as they start filtering the social media networks for “fake news”. Let’s not fall for this shenanigan, not anymore.

Sex-Branding Cult NXIVM, and Dalai Lama’s $ 1 Million Endorsement

https://extibetanbuddhist.com/sex-branding-cult-nxivm-and-dalai-lamas-endorsement/
2018

EVERYTHING is censored in the U.S. when it comes to the Dalai Lama.  He has protection from our CIA as an asset, our  Republican and Democratic governments,  and the last four previous Presidents and the New York Times, whose former managing editor’s spouse adores Tibetan Lamas. Old white rich progressive ladies with influence  are the easiest to fool.

So it should not surprise us that part of the post concerning the 1-2 million-dollar speaking fee for an endorsement of Keith Raniere’s group, given to the Dalai Lama, and of course, denied,  was taken down within two hours by Wikipedia administrators.  The Dalai has only to deny something is true and that is enough for the establishment media.

The hardest thing has been for ordinary people to see the interlocking hierarchy of Lamaism that has the Dalai Lama, and his damage control machine, controlling the news about his Lamaist groups in a positive direction,  while quickly covering up its institutionalized sexual abuse, financial skulduggery, use of free western labor for infrastructure, and the secret teachings of his Tantric Kalachakra prophecies.

This is because the go-to-journalists, who report on the Dalai Lama, when the lamas’ sexual abuses reach the public,  are often western Tibetan Buddhists themselves, and/or former monks, who have taken vows to keep the lamas’ secrets in this Lamaist cult; a sexually abusive cult with vast interconnected influences, and now thousands of centers, world-wide. Their devotees have also vowed to bring their disguised Tantra to the rest of the world, with their latest mask: a global spirituality of faux-feminism and faux-ecology; the new GAIA religion that will nail all female energy down, just as it did in Tibet.

One way the Dalai Lama  has been protected is through  pro-Dalai Lama journalism and academia (his critics get little coverage in the mainstream news)  who continue to  promote the idea that Tibetan Buddhist lamas   “have no overarching hierarchy”; that all these lamas work “solo.”

So a ‘bad boy’ lama might occasionally appear, but it is only one bad apple in the pristine barrel of Lamaism.

Anyone who believes this hasn’t been studying with all these high Tibetan lamas, who all are connected; who ‘teach’ at each other’s centers; and who even ‘share’ sexual consorts amongst each other.



The Dalai Lama would have no problem with accepting an estimated 1-2 million dollars for one of his many civilization jihadic  Tantric foundations: a sex-branding cult like Keith Raniere’s NXIVM.    

He would have approved of Keith Raniere’s group of sex-branding women, just as he approved of the egregious abuses inside Lama Sogyal’s  Rigpa organization for over forty years.

The Dalai Lama also gave his imprimatur  to the Shambhala International organization,  that put the old Vajradhatu cult on the map in a big way. Today they are finally being called out for their egregious sexual abuses over decades.

Dalai Lama was paid $1 MILLION to endorse women-branding ‘sex cult’ after secret deal between Buddhist’s celibate U.S. emissary and his Seagram billionaire ‘lover’

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5230067/Dalai-Lamas-1-MILLION-women-branding-sex-cult.html
2018

Relationship: Sara Bronfman is said in court papers to have been the lover of Lama Tenzin Dhonden, the Dalai Lama’s emissary to the United States. He was removed from his post in November over allegations of corruption  
 
The plot involved wooing the Tibetan Buddhist leader’s American aide; expensive gifts and foreign travel; an alleged steamy affair with the heiress to a drinks fortune, and claims of broken vows of celibacy.

It raises questions over exactly what the Dalai Lama was told before he appeared at the event in NXIVM’s hometown, and whether he was duped into giving a powerful propaganda victory to an organization under increasing scrutiny for its treatment of women.
 
DailyMail.com has learned that the deal was set up by the Dalai Lama’s self-styled ‘personal emissary of peace’ to the U.S., Lama Tenzin Dhonden. He was replaced last month amid accusations of corruption.

The Dalai Lama Trust removed Dhonden as its executive secretary, pending an investigation, following claims that the monk abused his position as a gatekeeper to the Nobel Peace Prize winner.

The scandals of sexual abuse that dot the Tibetan Buddhism of the Dalai Lama

https://pledgetimes.com/the-scandals-of-sexual-abuse-that-dot-the-tibetan-buddhism-of-the-dalai-lama/
2023

Abuses committed by leaders of Tibetan Buddhism

This is not the first time that the top religious leader has been embroiled in a scandal; in 2019, the dalai lama has already had to apologize for saying that if a woman were to succeed him, she would have to be “attractive”. These comments, in an interview with the BBC, caused enormous controversy.

I already knew these things… it’s nothing new

But in addition to controversies involving the highest religious leader, there is also a series of investigations and accusations within other members of Tibetan Buddhism.. These scandals were denounced in 2018 and disseminated on social networks through the hashtag #MeTooGuru.

Mipham Rinpoche

One of them is Mipham Rinpoche, known as the Sakyong -king in Spanish-, whose devoted followers make vows to follow him, binding throughout all lives.

In June 2018, a former teacher published a report denouncing that the Sakyong had for years sexually abused and exploited some of his most devoted followers.

The women cited in the report spoke of drunken groping and forced sexual favors.

The report said that the top leadership of Shambhala – an organization whose motto is “Making an Enlightened Society Possible” – they knew about the misconduct and covered it up.

The Sakyong apologized and admitted his “associations” with women in the community, some of whom “shared experiences of feeling wronged as a result.”

However, this was not enough for his followers, who They demanded more severity.

Because of this, the governing council of Shambhala International resigned en masse, “for the sake of starting a healing process for our community.”

Sogyal Lakar

Another Tibetan religious leader embroiled in a sexual abuse scandal was Sogyal Lakar, Tibetan Buddhist teacher close to the Dalai Lama and accused of widespread physical and sexual abuse.

Lakar, better known as Sogyal Rinpoche, sold millions of books and He was considered the best known Tibetan Buddhist teacher after the Dalai Lama. He passed away in 2019 at the age of 72.

Accusations of physical and sexual abuse dogged Lakar, although he was never found guilty of any crime.

In 1994, a woman filed a $10 million lawsuit for sexual, mental, and physical abuse. However, the case was resolved without the need to go to trial.

“Some students… have been subjected to severe physical, sexual and emotional abuse by him,” stated a report investigating Lakar’s abuse.

The investigation added that the group’s senior officials failed to act despite learning of the allegations. Despite the accusations, many of Lakar’s followers remained loyal to him.
The Dalai Lama knew about these abuses decades ago

In 2018, after meeting with four people who claimed to have survived sexual assaults in European Buddhist communities, the dalai lama has admitted to knowledge of abuses in Buddhist circles since the 1990s.


Dalai Lama, 87, apologises after kissing young boy on the lips and asking the child to ‘suck’ his tongue in bizarre interaction captured on video at charity event in India

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11956189/Dalai-Lama-87-apologises-kissing-young-boy-lips-asking-child-suck-tongue.html
2023

The Dalai Lama has apologised after an unsettling video appeared on social media in which he kissed a young Indian boy on the lips before asking him to ‘suck’ his tongue.

Footage of the uncomfortable incident showed the moment the Tibetan spiritual leader invited the boy on stage during a charity event at his temple in Dharamshala, India in February.

In the video, the boy asks the Dalai Lama ‘can I hug you?’, to which Tenzin Gyatso responds: ‘Okay – come!’

The spiritual leader first asks the boy to kiss him on the cheek, before pointing at his lips. He holds the boy’s face as they briefly kiss, then the pair press their foreheads together.

Just as the boy goes to pull away, the Dalai Lama instructs him: ‘And suck my tongue’ – prompting him to slowly inch forward towards the 87-year-old’s outstretched tongue.

Inside Tibetan Buddhism’s ‘Rape’ and Abuse Scandal

https://www.thedailybeast.com/inside-tibetan-buddhisms-rape-and-abuse-scandal
2019

Two women are accusing Sogyal Rinpoche—the founder of a leading Buddhist organization—of “rape” and “non-consensual” sex in a book that will be published on Thursday.

DEVON, England—One of the best-known figures in Tibetan Buddhism has been accused of rape, sexual assault, beatings, and psychological abuse in an extraordinary new insider account.

Sogyal Rinpoche—the founder of a leading Buddhist organization—is accused by two women of “rape” and “non-consensual” sex in a book that will be published Thursday.

Mimi Durand said she had tried to block out the emotional torment before accepting what had happened to her. “I realized I’d been raped,” she told the book’s authors.

A second woman alleged that Sogyal had forced her into non-consensual sex at a building belonging to Rigpa—Sogyal’s Buddhist organization—in northwest London. A third woman gives a shocking account in the book of the way she says the lama took advantage of her when she went to him looking for help in overcoming the grief of losing her father.

A fourth, Oane Bijlsma, a Dutch woman who was once part of Sogyal’s inner circle, claimed: “It’s a BDSM cult minus a safe word.”



The book, written by Finnigan and Rob Hogendoorn, alleges that he also set up a harem of women who catered to his every desire. “Sogyal was pampered like a medieval monarch, with a clique of women trained to respond to his slightest whim—day and night, 24/7,” she wrote.

The book explains that these women were taught to believe they were the lucky ones, selected for the closest of relationships with the leader while being subjected to physical and mental abuse, including beatings and sexual assault.

Tibetan Buddhist lamas who sexually abuse

https://www.dorjeshugden.com/all-articles/features/tibetan-buddhist-lamas-who-sexually-abuse/
2018

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All of these monks and lamas have either been accused of or admitted to sexual impropriety, or taking advantage of their positions to have inappropriate relationships with their students and women. All of these lamas have not been sanctioned by the Tibetan leadership and, in many cases, have enjoyed the continued endorsement of the Tibetan leadership in spite of the allegations. All of these lamas also do not practice Dorje Shugden and hence whatever they do is excusable, as long as they remain financially lucrative for the Tibetan leadership. (Top row L-R: Sogyal Rinpoche, Sakyong Mipham, Gangten Tulku. Bottom row L-R: Lama Norlha, Lama Choedak Rinpoche, Tenzin Dhonden)