This clip shows the details of the state department documents highlighted in the new book A Great Deception – The Ruling Lama’s Policies by the Western Shugden Society.
Here is a sample of the section entitled The Dalai Lama’s Involvement with the CIA and the Tibetan Guerillas:
In 1974, the Dalai Lama claimed: ‘The accusation of CIA aid has no truth behind it.’ But gradually as more and more US State Department documents have been declassified he has been forced to admit the truth.
In 1999, discussing the early CIA operations involving his people, he said: ‘They gave the impression that once I arrived in India, great support would come from the United States.’ The CIA provided $1.7 million dollars annually to train and support guerrillas, including setting up training camps in the US (Camp Hale, Colorado) and elsewhere, flying the guerrillas there and parachutting them back into Tibet, and providing weapons, equipment and intelligence. The Dalai Lama himself received $180,000 annually to maintain himself in India, a grant for which he did not have to account.
The Dalai Lama inspecting troops at Chakrata. He authorized the Tibetan units of the Indian Special Frontier Force to fight the war in East Pakistan in 1971.