All Comments for China Calls Dalai Lama’s Kalachakra ‘Illegal,’ Threatens Punishment for Those Taking Part

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(Brisbane from Brisbane :

It is utterly disgusting how the evil regime of communist china continues to get away with murder and savage brutality. Much of their twisted impetus is due to the fact that they know they have NO RIGHT whatsoever to be in Tibet in the first place. They are murderous invaders. Please Decent Westerners, if there is any alternative, always avoid purchasing anything made in evil China.

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Jan 09, 2017 09:48 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

A communist government that once said 'Religion is poison" has no moral authority to speak against HHDL the world's most authority and intellectual on Tibetan Buddhism.

Hundreds and thousands flood Gaya for teaching of HHDL out of their own. However, the Beijing stamped Kalachakra in Tibet is coerced one.

Jan 09, 2017 04:17 AM

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Wangchuk from NY :

This Kalachakra is taking place in India. PRC has no jurisdiction. China should stop interfering in internal affairs of India.

Kalachakra is purely religious event. Banning Tibetans from Tibet to participate in religious events is illegal under Chinese law. CCP should obey the law & let Tibetans & Chinese Buddhists attend Kalachakra teachings wherever they might be. Or is PRC a police state that controls the thoughts & believes of Chinese citizens?

Jan 06, 2017 12:06 PM

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Anonymous Reader :

I got a threat after listening to the first part of the Kalackakra!
Now I understand; I thought it came from you!

Jan 06, 2017 04:45 AM

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