Recently, the False Dalai Lama met with people who call themselves the ‘NKT Survivors Group’ and, interestingly, during that supposedly private meeting he made many false and misleading statements that were recorded and published by the CTA. His intention is obviously to publicise his own views about Shugden and Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. I feel bound… Read More Dalai Lama’s words at the ‘Survivor’s meeting’ in Cambridge, September 2015 – a Commentary
Tenzing Wangdak, I find it sad that you have betrayed the Gelugpa tradition by following the false Dalai Lama’s lies about Dorje Shugden. Now you have written a ‘testimony’ which is full of misperceptions and wrong logic which I shall now refute to minimise the damage of your false words. Why Dorje Shugden? Why is… Read More Refutation of ‘The Ticking Time Bomb that took 23 Years to Explode’ part 2 by Tenzing Wangdak
Recently, someone posted the following on an anti-Shugden website regarding my previous post The Dalai Lama: a Spiritual Conundrum: According to NKT, the Dalai Lama has inflicted more harm that those who have killed millions of people, tortured millions of people and raped millions of women in modern times. What could be more harmful than… Read More The Dalai Lama: a Spiritual Conundrum – A Reply to Criticism
I was trying to think of a title for this post. I settled on the title after I read these definitions of conundrum: A confusing and difficult problem or question an intricate and difficult problem What is the problem? Well, what do you think about these spiritual quotations? If we make a steady effort, I think… Read More The Dalai Lama: A Spiritual Conundrum
He’s the most famous Buddhist in the world – but some of his views are not Buddhist. During a talk at ‘Ideas for a new Millennium in Panaji, Goa, the Dalai Lama urged people not to worship idols and said: Instead of having speechless objects such as the statue of Buddha, one should print more books.… Read More The Dalai Lama’s shocking wrong views
Whilst teaching in Sikkim, the Dalai Lama once again expressed his view that he is a ‘Marxist Buddhist’: As usual, people are charmed by the Dalai Lama and don’t really check the substance of what he’s saying, but there are a lot of contradictions inherent in the Dalai Lama’s statement of being a ‘Marxist Buddhist’.… Read More The Dalai Lama: A Marxist Buddhist?
The Shorty awards honour the best producers of short real time content. There are many categories to vote in, but one is Buddhism. DalaiLamaTruth on Twitter is up for a Shorty award! It’s currently number six in the Buddhism category – that’s pretty good going so far. What better message could we send to the… Read More Tell the Dalai Lama what you think – The Shorty Awards
It occured to me recently that some people, reading this blog may wonder ‘why is it criticising the Dalai Lama – what’s this got to do with Dorje Shugden and the mission statement of being dedicated to the flourishing of the Buddhadharma of Je Tsongkhapa?, so I thought I would explain. There is a definite… Read More Why criticise the Dalai Lama?
The Dalai Lama is someone who advocates non-violence. It is one of the cornerstones of his advocated beliefs and the one quality that most people would readily identify him with. So, the question is, is the Dalai Lama really non-violent? In other words, does his actions match his words with respect to non-violence? We need… Read More The Dalai Lama’s ‘unacceptable violence’
The latest wikileaks revelations show that the Dalai Lama, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989, actually had a secret army – called Establishment 22 – being supplied with fresh recruits from the orphans raised at the Tibetan Children’s Village Schools. At the request of Indira Gandhi and with the consent of the Dalai Lama,… Read More The Dalai Lama’s Secret Army