By Zou Ren
On January 6, 2008, the 14th Dalai Lama compelled the monks in
India's Gaden Monastery to sign the pledge not to believe in the
Buddhist Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain and drove away nine monks who
refused to take an oath. For another time, the Dalai Lama clique
started a climax for restraining the believers of Buddhist
Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain.
On January 9, the Dalai Lama brought forward that the problem of
"Gyaiqen Xudain" can't wait any longer and forcibly ordered that
the final decision must be made by a "public vote". Under Dalai's
threat, some Tibetan Buddhism temples in India launched the "public
vote" one after another to decide whether they should believe in
the Buddhist Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain or not. This action resulted
in a great disturbance among Tibetan communities and Tibetan
Why does the Dalai Lama care so much about the Buddhist
Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain? According to Dalai, he has two reasons
for forbidding believing in Gyaiqen Xudain: Firstly, it is harmful
to the fundamental cause of Tibet and is no good for the Dalai
Lama's health by having faith in "devils"; Secondly, the Buddhist
Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain is heresy, the sect with evil wishes. In
recent years, whenever the Dalai Lama was ill or there was any
frustration of the so-called "Tibet Independence" cause, the
DalaiLama started accusing the Gyaiqen Xudain.
It indicates that the 14th Dalai Lama becomes self-distrust, but
there is no reason to force anyone else to stop worshipping what
they believe in. There is a hidden purpose and that is to exclude
In 1990s, in the name of fighting against the Buddhist Guardian,
Gyaiqen Xudain, the 14th Dalai Lama started slaughtering the
members of "New Kadampa Sect" who dare accuse him.
The 14th Dalai Lama incited the "Tibetan Youth Congress",
"Tibetan Women Federation" and some other branches to forcefully
dismantle the statues of the Buddhist Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain, and
beat people who refused to obey them. Those who still refused in
spite of these efforts were suppressed, with lamas and nuns driven
out of monasteries or nunneries. Now, the 14th Dalai Lama resumes
his former tricks dissimilarly with a name of "public vote".
Both the democracy and public vote are the production of modern
civilization, but such "public vote" by the Dalai Lama is a kind of
religious autocracy under the cover of democracy to attack and
persecute the monks, nuns and believers who have faith in the
Buddhist Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain.
Such "public vote" is indeed a kind of blasphemy and mock to
democracy and freedom. Due to Dalai Lama's religious autocratic
behavior, people can't help thinking about the inquisition in the
Dark Ages and the Pope's slaughter to the heathenry. Die Welt
published an article coauthored by Victor Trimondi and Victoria
Trimondi, in early August 2007,saying "Tibet did not end its dark
medieval period until the mid 20th century. Before that, it was
plagued by violence, wars and power struggles under the name of
The religious trials held under the Lama regime were no
different from those under the Catholic rule during the medieval
days. For the problem of the Buddhist Guardian, Gyaiqen Xudain, the
14th Dalai Lama emphasizes his exclusive authority and orders an
end to worshipping the Buddhist Guardian which has been inherited
for hundreds of years. Though he himself goes in for democracy, the
14th Dalai Lama's leader station can't be fluctuated through the
so-called public vote."
Dalai's religious autocracy action has caused strong resentment
among international religious people and Gyaiqen Xudain believers.
Early in ten years ago, over 300 Gyaiqen Xudain believers marched
in the U.K. to protest the Dalai Lama with a slogan of "Your smile
is charming, but your behavior is harming" and a 51-page material
sent to over 300 news agencies to reveal Dalai Lama's persecution
to Gyaiqen Xudain believers.
Time flies, but the 14th Dalai Lama keeps on his religious
autocracy and continues violating Gyaiqen Xudain believers' human
rights and religious freedom, holds on making Buddhism sects split.
Can it be that a "Tibetan Buddhism leader" or a winner of "Nobel
Peace Prize" should have such action?
It is funny that those who are crazy about flattering the Dalai
Lama and giving him a name of democracy and human right guard are
silent as the grave about the incident that the 14th Dalai Lama
persecutes those Gyaiqen Xudain believers and they treat it as if
there is no such happenings.
Do you really know nothing about thisincident, or you have no
choice, but keep silent before the fact or you guys simply agree
with or even support the Dalai Lama to dothings offensive to God
and reason? Really hope that those advocators to democracy and
human rights are brave enough to give a public answer.
(Xinhua News Agency February 5, 2008)