A leader of the Tibetan people whom takes money from Chinese is a contradiction in terms

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What a snowflake, and the stonewalling continues.

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“Seminar held to reinterpret Tibetan Buddhism to justify China’s policy in Tibet”

Bon lunch là,

Tibetans, we see you.

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We see you.

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Sixty years later Tibetan Migrants refuse to assimilate to life in India

This is on Tibetans whom take money from the Chinese.

They see themselves benefiting from its hegemony.

What Tibetans don’t see is that we in the West can see what they are doing.

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Believe it or not a person whom supports here Tibetans whom take money from the Chinese posted a link to the above.

Tibetan migrants refusing to assimilate after 60 years of living off the free world is not a narratve that plays well with a Western audience.

This is an argument for zero-ing out foreign aid to these people and giving it to real refugees.

If there are a 100,000 “Stateless” Tibetans in India perhaps it is time for them to become Indian citizens or be repatriated back to China, the bargain India is in the process of negotiating with China as we speak in my opinion.

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Robert Thurman’s all cap defense of Tibet’s 2% whom enslaved 98% of Tibet prior to 1959

Thanks Wendy for yet another example of the stupidity of Westerners that identify with Tibetans whom take money from the Chinese.

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An all cap response to a valid question from a supposedly smart person, stupid is what stupid does.

This is what happens when Westerners identify with Tibetan exiles whom take money from the Chinese.

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The stupidity of Westerners that identify with Tibetan exiles whom take money from the Chinese is beyond words

Bon matin là,

Thanks for asking, numbers for 2017 to date.

Never ask a question here you don’t have the answer to.

Ask these people.

The tourist destination that resulted in the destruction of the nomads of Yushu Prefecture is Thrangu Monastery.

This is on my guru, Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche.

He personally made this happen.

What he did in Yushu after the 16th Karmapa died was wrong in the beginning.

What he did in Yushu after the 16th Karmapa died was wrong was wrong in the middle.

What he did in Yushu after the 16th Karmapa died was wrong in the end.

He collaborated with the Chinese because he wanted to visit his birthplace before he died.

He was depressed.

That I have principles and my guru lacks them is on him.

After Traleg Rinpoche died Ogyen Trinley Dorje gave the Chinese what Thrangu Monastery needed to be a must visit tourist destination.

He gave them the reincarnation of Traleg Rinpoche.

Again, I thank you both for asking me questions you didn’t know the answers to before asking them.

The only angry people here are Westerners identify with Tibetan exiles whom take money from the Chinese.

Benv’nue


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Bad on everything Ogyen Trinley Dorje without success on summer tour stonewalls Western interference 

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Summer deluge afterwards, Edgewater, Chicago

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Unpopular Ogyen Trinley Dorje whereabouts unknown?

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The press blackout continues.

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Ogyen Trinley Dorje’s human rights problem: The destruction of Yushu’s Nomads

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Human Rights Watch and Ogyen Trinley Dorje’s Chinese glossary of repression

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“Maybe someone can ask him that when he visits KTD in a few weeks”

Bon soir là,

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