Prime Minister Samdhong is Encouraging Violence Against Shugden Practitioners

Prime Minister Samdhong

This is the news release of Tibetan service of Radio Free Asia of December 24, 2010.

On December 24, 2010, the Prime Minister of Tibetan Government-in-Exile had a public meeting in Delhi attended by some Tibetan Parliament members,… representatives of each province of Tibet, local Tibetans living in Delhi including a representative of Dalai Lama’s office in Delhi.

“Inside and outside of Tibet Shugden followers are opponents of his Holiness Dalai Lama. They are trying to divide Tibetan community and make it against Dalai Lama, so, for example, here, in exile in India, we almost completely won and demolished Shugden followers who used to be very strong in Delhi, but not any more because we, Tibetan people, acted bravely and without hesitation against Shugden followers. But some of the roots are still left, and the Shugden followers on the way stop by in Delhi and carry out some activities. Now, without fear and hesitation, we, Tibetans, must fight and destroy Shugden followers. I am urging you to act against hesitation and fear, but of course, I will not blame you if you fear – they will fight back fearlessly and may beat some of us or kill, but if you fear and do nothing that means Shugden followers are winning. Even though you may die or face beating you must fight – it I very important”.

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2 responses to “Prime Minister Samdhong is Encouraging Violence Against Shugden Practitioners

  • Thom

    The two most dangerous times of a war are in the begining and the end.
    Here he is with Wikileaks now verifying the claims made by the Western Shugden Society that HHDL is as he as acted over the dedcades as he masquerades as a Holy Lama working for the CIA.How sad for so many faithful to grasp the significance of these activities have come full circle in a transparent world.

  • Thom

    To the Dalai Lama of Tibet,

    We the Western Shugden Society ask you to accomplish four things:

    1. To give freedom to practice Dorje Shugden to whoever wishes to rely upon this Deity.
    2. To stop completely the discrimination between Shugden people and non-Shugden practitioners.
    3. To allow all Shugden monks and nuns who have been expelled from their monasteries and nunneries to return to their monasteries and nunneries where they should receive the same material and spiritual rights as the non-Shugden practitioners.
    4. That you tell in writing to the Tibetan community throughout the world that they should practically apply the above three points.

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