Women in India bear the brunt of 17th Karmapa’s well documented history of financial fraud

I submit for your consideration from the Guardian “Women bear the brunt as finances and families are undone by India’s cash crisis” which the 17th Karmapa’s history of financial fraud has brought so much shame on us over the years.


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4 responses to “Women in India bear the brunt of 17th Karmapa’s well documented history of financial fraud

  1. Sam

    When you’re in that space, dark, infinitely small, light unprojected …
    rest there before light dawns. Where there is no other, there is no self – only that nucleus of consciousness. Everything else is relative, changeable.
    That is all, enjoy the trip.

    • Let the names of those Tibetans responsible for this crime against humanity, Thrangu, Akong and Khenpo Karther Rinpoches, collaborators all be forever be remember for this their shameful legacy.

  2. Sam

    Recognizing everyone as a living Buddha, fake being relative and changeable, I wish you well.

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