Dhimmitude from the Dalai Lama - lamenting the "wrongful branding" of the "Religion of Peace" as a terrorist doctrine. The Dalai Lama has had a history of negationist dhimmitude, but his latest statement
and the locale from which it was made takes the cake.
"Some mischievous people and their deeds generalize whole religion. Because of these incidents, it creates impression that Muslims are militants. It is wrong. I'm Buddhist but I am defending Islam," he said.
So, for example, the serial bombing of commuter trains in Mumbai that killed hundreds of innocent citizens and maimed hundreds more - was mere "mischief" and the Jihadi terrorists mere "mischievous pranksters" ?? Boys will be boys, eh?
Can't label them "terrorists" for merely playing their usual "games", right?
Has the Dalai Lama completely forgotten the origins of Tibetan Buddhism itself? i.e. the flight of Buddhist Bhikshus after their brutal slaughter at the hands of Jihadi Islamic invaders of medieval India, including the destruction
of the great Universities at Nalanda and Takshashila - all these were the acts of a "tiny minority of misguided and mischievous pranksters"?
And the Jama Masjid - one of the earliest fortresses of Islam in India.
Was it not used as a military garrison by the early Islamic invaders in their genocide of millions of Hindus? Was not its foundation built using sacred Murtis from destroyed Hindu temples and were these not buried under its stairs for the Mussulman to trample upon in victorious glee, simply to humiliate the infidel subjects?
This masjid continues to be used as an Islamic garrison to the present day - it was the assembly point for the anti-MOtoon protests and its imam loses no opportunity to eulogise Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban.
How are those consistent with Buddhist principles or conducive to the ideal of "world peace". Sorry to say, but the Dalai Lama's presence and "mischievous" statements not only promote dhimmitude, but also demoralise the Tibetan
Buddhists facing genocide at the hands of Islamofascism's Sinic allies.