The question of whether or not Modi will allow China’s 17th Karmapa’s to return to his ‘exile’ in India only complicates Doklam standoff for his Chinese supportors whom his Karma Kagyu sect has so come to rely upon over the past decade

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4 responses to “The question of whether or not Modi will allow China’s 17th Karmapa’s to return to his ‘exile’ in India only complicates Doklam standoff for his Chinese supportors whom his Karma Kagyu sect has so come to rely upon over the past decade

  1. johngyson

    He’s not as important as you think he is.
    At a teaching in Canada, he said that people say that people will smile only when tibet gets independence. He’s said that Arunachal is a part of India. There is no doubt that he wants to return and his attempts to bring Chinese and Tiberian buddhism together are part of that. But the Indian intelligence community is more than aware of the Chinese trying to buy their way into the Tibetan community in India. In the past they may have been so good at stopping the Chinese but times have changed.

    • To harmonize Buddhism and Dictatorship is not a path of liberation. Shame on any Tibetan living in the West whom supports China’s 17th Karmapa. He’s a collaborator as far as we are concerned. China is a dictatorship and there can be no middle way between a dictatorship and a democracy in this world of appearances.
      That Tibetan exiles living in the West support such a middle way between dictatorship and democracy is not news to us. We see you, Tibetans.

      • johngyson

        What is it you propose they do?

        • When it comes to the 17th Karmapa Tibetans have not been good citizens of the democracies they live in. Tibetans have allowed the 17th Karmapa to take an unprecedented amount of money over the past decade from the Chinese with impunity. This must stop. There can be no middle way between dictatorship and democracy. If you are a Tibetan living in a democracy you must resist any Tibetan whom harmonizes their Buddhism with the dictates of a dictatorship. This is what citizens of a democracy do.

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