How should Paris look like?

Since I have suggested France invite more Tibetans-in-exile to Paris to promote the spiritual level of the city, some of the French people might have been thinking that it’s not a bad idea. Therefore I’d like to show them some pictures of the “free spiritual” Dharamsala, where the “government” of the “Tibetans-in-exile” resides, so that they can start planning Paris in a similar fashion to make it more welcoming.

I’m sure French people would prefer the style of the free Dharamsala like that:

as apposed to the “repressive” Lhasa, China, like that:

Well then, it’s looking that it won’t be too “expensive” to create a Little Dharamsala in Paris. Except, of course, you always have to afford a much more luxurious place for the leader:

But no worry, as this can be sponsored by Reporters Without Borders!

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Dalie (Dalai) Lama welcomed by protesters again, but wait, are they not Chinese?

Update: This post:”Is the Dalai Lama a ‘religious dictator’?” on Challenging China-bashing provides a lot more details and references on this issue.

Dalai Lama spoke at Colgate University today. The topic was the “art of happiness”. Indoors there might have been a couple happy hours, the reality outside however was quite the opposite. Once again, Mr. Lama was accused of lying, by a group of angry people numbered around 500. This time, however, only around 50 where pro-China protesters, and the rest of them, mostly westerners, were there demanding the religious freedom from this man, supposedly the very master of the subject.

Those are the members of the Western Shugden Society. Dorje Shugden is one of the many gods in the traditional Tibetan Buddhism. I can give you a longer story on this one when I get a chance to, but the short version is that Mr. Lama suddenly, in the 1990’s, probably out of a dream as usual, believed that Dorje Shugden was an evil god, which was “harmful” to both the Tibet independence movement and his own heath. In fact, it’s claimed that the god is pro-China. The practice of worshiping Dorje Shugden was thereafter banned by the Tibetan government in exile. Whoever refuse to abandon the god are hashly suppressed. Specially if they are Tibetans, their lives can be pretty miserable. I posted a video link on this subject made by some westerners on YouTube and you are all encouraged to watch it. At this very same time Mr. Lama is selling “peaceful” hours around the world, he is being sued in India for religious suppression. We are more than interested to watch how this case develops in such an ironical world.


If you google this event, on most websites, if the protesters ever mentioned, the number would be over 100. If you read Chinese forums however, it’s 500. So, who is to believe? Simple. Let’s see, on 4/13, there was a big crowd of pro-China protesters in front of Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Just by personal witness and the official counting released by the organizers, the number is easily above 10,000, probably approaching, 20,000. But if you read CBC and the kind, you find it was 3000. So, there’s quite a consistency here.

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Another interview of Mr. Jean-Luc Melenchon

He said some very sharp words about the anti-Chinese protests in Paris on this interview.

I want to add that Britain attempted twice to occupy Tibet by military force and both failed. They then altered the strategy and started building a “friendly” relationship with Dalai Lama, and subsequently persuaded him to seek independence from China. This way, they hoped they could effectively grab the control of the region. In short, they attempted robbery first and when they failed, they stole. This was the seed of the entire Tibet problem. Tell me it’s not hypocrisy that now they want to “solve” the very problem they created under the name of “human rights”!

The video clip has been added into the this post. Many thanks to powertalks for the link.

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Dalie (Dalai Lama) received some “extra welcome” in Seattle

Let me use his own phrase: “this is 21th century, lying can no longer work.” I sincerely wish this man start thinking about what he can do good rather than harm to his country in the very limited time during the rest of his life (except if you seriously believe he’s still got a next life!). Much more and larger pictures can be found here


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Rumors stop at the wise

The fame of France has been severely damaged recently due to the outrageous irrational racism anti-China rally during the Olympic torch relay in Paris. However terrible that was, we have to admit, this gentleman, Mr. Jean-Luc Melenchon is a brave man with integrity who finally stands up and speaks out for the truth. We should give him, and therefore France, the due credit and respect.

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Why are we not talking to Dalie (Dalai)

Some often says, Dalie (Dalai) always claims that he doesn’t seek independence of Tibet, but only Tibetan self-ruling in China. So, why are you still not talking to him? Well, first of all, among those who know the real history of the whole Tibet problem, this man has zero credibility, despite all the auras the western media/politicians created around him in front of the innocent westerners. For those who wish to know the truth, there are plenty resources online. In my blog, you can read my brief history of Tibet in 1950-1959, and maybe this post too. More detailed, and probably more accurate descriptions can be found from various external links on the side of this page. If reading is too hard for you, plenty of videos are available on YouTube too. Here are a few out of hundreds more.

Anyway, the original purpose of this post was to show the following very impressive illustration. Whoever that’s got a brain should understand now why we would never discuss “the self-ruling” proposal (leaving alone all other more concrete reasons) with a political fraud. Admittedly Israel/Palestine problem is a complex problem that I do not wish to take any stance here. However, this illustration begs the question: where have gone all those “world leaders”, those so enthusiastically urging China to talk to Dalie these days? Can we rely on their judgement at all?

BTW, I have to keep “Dalai” in the brackets to enhance searchability, although officially on this blog, the man’s title is Dalie or Daliar as suggested elsewhere. I believe the title “Dalai” is part of Tibetan, and hence Chinese, culture which deserves everyone’s respect. When the title is seized by someone who betrayed its dignity, we should not let the title be tainted along. I kindly ask everyone who’s conscious of the truth start the same practice, so eventually we can stop the confusions.

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Who’s lying and who’s brainwashed?

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