I know that there are many in the academic, arts and entertainment industries who are students and supporters of Tibetan lamas and Tibetan Lamaism, who may be very upset at any articles on this sexual abuse scandal. I hope that you will continue your good work in exposing the evil done to innocents in our world. ...
Tibetan Lamaism is a guru-worshiping cult based on a medieval sacerdotal Tantra culture of mind-control and sexual abuse, with countless demons, deities and spirits (sorcery?) that uses a veneer of Buddhism to fool the public. There is nothing remotely resembling the Buddhism of Siddhārtha Gautama in Tibetan Lamaism, and the teachings of Tibetan Lamaism do not promote love, compassion and altruism, in fact, Lamaism is in reality Hindu Tantric guru-worship which morphed over the centuries into institutionalized sexual abuse of women and little boys in the lamaseries. ...
Only relatively recently have these communities started to address the sexual abuse perpetuated by the Lamaists (but not the underlying foundation that creates the abuse). Committees and councils have been set up to ‘listen’ to the victims, and some of the victims have been told to ‘work with their abusers’.
What crap. The Tibetan Lamaists, Tibetans and Westerners, are only giving lip service to addressing the abuses, in many instances blaming the victims, and never once addressing the fact that it is Tibetan Lamaism itself that is creating and perpetuating the harm that is being done on a massive scale. This is also known as ‘trauma-based mind control.’ ...
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