Is Dalai Lama a Nazi?

Posted in Action / Politics / Current on Thursday, June 9, 2016 by Joel Höglund

Last week the reincarnated leader of Tibetan Buddhism, Dalai Lama, gave an interview to the german newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine, which has been very appreciated among the alt-right and consequently mostly ignored throughout the mass media. Below is part of the interview, as translated by AFP:

“Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country,” he added with a laugh, the daily reported. “Germany is Germany.
“There are so many that in practice it becomes difficult.”
The Dalai Lama added that “from a moral point of view too, I think that the refugees should only be admitted temporarily”.
“The goal should be that they return and help rebuild their countries.”

Now this should rightfully be a head scratcher to most liberals. Dalai Lama, leader of the kind and exotic Tibetan Buddhism, himself a celebrated epitome of goodness, is suddenly saying the same thing as white supremacist Nazis? How could they possibly accommodate these two clearly opposing views in their small little minds?

Well, the answer is easy to figure out: They won't. In fact they are not likely to ever hear about it.

But why is that? If some other public figure said the same thing, wouldn't we expect the media to run numerous reports on the public outrage that they themselves had created and pushed for? Why not in this case?

The very same powers that control the media have already made a deliberate effort in painting Dalai Lama in particular, and Buddhism in general, as a kinder, more thoughtful and overall better religion than Christianity. Now, I really do appreciate its teachings and Buddhism is in my opinion more in tune with our racial soul, being essentially an offshoot of our own Indo-European traditions.

But of course, that does not explain why Buddhism has been pushed on us to the degree that it has. However as a weapon to confuse, divide and break down the little order and unity that Christianity still bring to most European descendants, that is something that is more in line with their aims.

Were it not for this, you can bet that he would suffer the same character assassination as everyone else. The current image of the Lama being as positive as it is, an attack would only diminish the hatefulness they've so thoroughly invested in the whole Nazi accusation. So instead they choose to ignore it.

And really these are the only two weapons they have to fight dissidents who dare speak their own minds and not only repeat the pre-approved thoughts printed in the newspapers. The weapon of choice is to loudly and viciously accuse you of "sounding like Hitler", and in the next breath demand a public apology, which in truth really only is a confession of guilt. No one has ever been forgiven by them either way, but it is only by apologizing that you confirm to the public that you were wrong to say those things, regardless how right and true they were.

Their second tool is again to simply ignore you. As virtually all mass media has been part of the same ideological monopoly, this tactic has been enough for the last decades. Of course, as we've stated multiple times here on Aryan Wisdom, the advent of the internet has been a game-changer. The option to ignore is still effective on the larger mass of people, but those who actively seek the truth, those who choose to not simply play a role dictated by circumstances but to direct their lives according to their own will, they will find the out the truth much easier than ever before.

"...the unabated influx of Chinese immigrants to Tibet, which has the effect of overwhelming Tibet's distinct cultural and religious identity and reducing the Tibetans to an insignificant minority in their own country, amount to a policy of cultural genocide."If it is true for Tibetans, then it is true for every other race, whites included.

So, is the Dalai Lama a Nazi?

Well, I'd say that a big part of Buddhism is to question everything, including your own existence. If you begin to question the public discourse, you will eventually be branded a Nazi. For Dalai Lama, and every other truth seeker out there, it is inevitable.

Always remember that and wear it with pride!