A Great Deception

A Great Deception

A courageous revelation of the truth about the Dalai Lamas, past and present.

So much for Shangri-la and a “holy” political leader. A Great Deception is a compelling account of Tibetan history and the activities of the current 14th Dalai Lama that stand in shocking contrast to popular perceptions.

The aims of this book are religious – to end the Dalai Lama’s illegal ban on a mainstream Buddhist practice. However, to get to the heart of this human rights issue and to gain the support of those who can help resolve it, A Great Deception follows knotted threads of political ambitions, hypocrisy, subterfuge and betrayal to unravel the popular mythology that surrounds the iconic Dalai Lama of Tibet.

Read the book. Check the facts. Stop being fooled.

http://www.agreatdeception.com/

 

Free Tibet – The Dalai Lama has murky finances | Western Shugden Society (WSS)

Free Tibet – The Dalai Lama has murky finances | Western Shugden Society (WSS).

The Dalai Lama has announced his resignation!

The Dalai Lama has announced his resignation, intending to cede political power but retain religious leadership of the Tibetan people. It is difficult to know if he will be able to give up political leadership and create democratic institutions because his announcement comes so close to the upcoming elections and parlimentary meetings. Also there is no history of democratic institutions to rely upon. The Chinese will rebuff this move as cynical manipulation and the Tibetan followers will certainly find themselves confused as the Dali Lama has been undemocratic in his suppression of the Shugden worshipers. It is a step in the right direction but the Dali Lama must speak clearly about the peoples full rights and the separation of church and state; if this change is to be successful

 

The world reacts to the news in a very surprised manner. Actually this is not news. This is not the first time the Dalai Lama announced his wish to resign. The Dalai Lama knows that in the past the Elected and the administrative staffs of the Tibetan government in exile; many different Tibetan organizations/associations, will request Him not to resign. This may be seen as a step just to further stabilize his power and scare the Tibetans who follow him blindly. Because he feels he is losing supporters amongst independent thinking Tibetans. His middle way approach (giving up Independence to Chinese authority in exchange for his peaceful image) and the segregation policy caused by his opposition to the Shugden worshipers. This drama may further legitimitize the power and the leadership of the Dalai Lama and further improve his image in the world, especially in the eyes of the western Tibetan supporters, as a great, compassionate,” self sacrificing leader,” as someone who does not want power!!

 

Any so claimed democratic government of the” Tibetans in exile” needs to start to work like a “democratic government” and not a theocratic group hidden from public view!. Hopefully, the Dalai Lama will actually practice what he says he wants…democracy!; and it will form in the peoples urgent near future.

 

A message to the Dalai Lama

The Two Face of the Dalai Lama Flyer

Dalai Lama Presses Parliament

The Dalai Lama has announced his resignation, intending to cede political power but retain religious leadership of the Tibetan people. It is difficult to know if he will be able to give up political leadership and create democratic institutions because his announcement comes so close to the upcoming elections and parlimentary meetings. Also there is no history of democratic institutions to rely upon. Read more here….

 

Tibetan NY March 5th 2011

On Tibetan New Year, March 5, in New York, several hundred Tibetans of North America got together for an registration opening ceremony of a non-profit  organization North America Gelug Buddhist Association.  The organizations have been in existence for several years, but not until a few days ago when it was finally registered. The new name of the organization reflects that it is comprised now of all North American members, whereas the old organization was an organization of U.S. members. Congratulations on the new organization came from all over the world – Taiwan, India, Nepal and Western Europe. The current president of the organization Lobsang Dorjee greeted everybody and wished a Happy New Year. In his speech he explained mislead by the reason for registering the new organization.  Lama Chopa prayer lead by Zawa Rinpoche from Montreol, Canada, Vice-President of the organization,  was followed by Dorje Shugden prayer, Tibetan traditional dances and songs.  On the second day of the festivities the members of the new organization had a discussion on better ways of preserving lineage of Lama Tsongkapa’s teachings. Right now the lineage is under the threat of distortion due to the ban of Dorje Shugden deity’s practice and ostracizing its followers within the Tibetan community in Exile by Dalai Lama. Obviously Dalai Lama’s picture is not at the altar of the group,  but there are pictures of Panchen Rinpoche, Trijang Rinpoche and Pawangka Rinpoche.  Former president Gyaltso explained that they are no longer accept Dalai Lama as their spiritual teacher or a political leader. The decision was made by members of the group after Dalai Lama had been continuously contaminating Tsongkapa’s  lineage by mixing religion and politics. Also, present secretary, Atha Tsering explained that on order to preserve the pure lineage they must condemn Dalai Lama’s way of mixing religion and politics. Tenzin Tsultrim, a senior member of the organization, was also giving speech where he said that they had great teachers and lamas, and people and the truth was on their side, therefore they don’t need to worry but need to be united. Sonam Lama, former vice-president, said that mixing religion and politics means contaminating not only Gelugpa tradition, but also all Buddhism. From history it is known that using religion for political purposes by Tibetan Government brought a lot of obstacles and difficulties for different traditions of Tibetan Buddhism – Nyigma, Kagyu, Sakya and Gelugpa.  In order to be able to protect the lineage they must identify the enemy and educate people by pointing this out. As soon as the people learn the truth the people will take the side of the truth and not be mislead by the fake smile.

DVDs with recording of the event will come soon.

North America Gelub Buddhist Association’s web-site is www. nagbausa.org

e-mail: info@nagbausa.gmail.com

North America Gelub Buddhist Association, 135-50 Roosevelt Avenue, 1146 Flushing, New York, 11354