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Readers' Comments on "Robert Thurman, Tibet House"
Professor, author and activist Robert Thurman is widely regarded as the leading American expert on Tibetan Buddhism, having been a major force in the widespread...
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Location: usa
Subject: Great job
May 11 2008 10:31 PM

Very good job of supporting the Dalai Lama, your sponsor. Keep up your usual talk to the Tibetans that they should do their "mani" and "dolma" prayers and listen like a herd of sheep to the Dalai Lama and indulge in non-violence. As usual try to take the Tibetans back to the 15th century. That's "cool" for the Americans. Keep up the good work.

Location: perched
Subject: good job!
Mar 13 2008 06:47 PM

Good job for calling "constructive engagement" with China for what it is, a big load of bulls&*t.

The American approach to China is like a father who gives his kid a chocolate every time he beats up another schoolmate, saying "Have a chocolate because I love you, but don't be a bad boy anymore." This trains the child to be a bully and he only learns that beating people up gets him chocolate; he doesn't care about the words.

In the same way, the U.S. government is, to a degree, complicit in all the atrocity in China, because the economic incentives America rewards the Chinese with have the effect of training the Chinese to rape, torture, and murder their own people.....and to be even more brutal with the Tibetans.

The U.S. government can not point to any improvement in human rights in China or Tibet since MFN or Olympics. So, stop lying! If you want to deal with the Chinese for selfish reasons, at least have the manliness to admit honestly your rationale is selfish!

It is time for the U.S. to show some courage and speak the truth, standing up to the Communist Chinese. We can find another source of cheap third world sh*t that costs 2.99 and breaks after 3 months, anyway!

Let's develop Indian markets, for example, and get the cheap third world sh*t we all need from free Mother India, not from the Chinese devils.

Location: usa
Subject: leading american scholar on Tibetan Buddhism???
Feb 15 2008 02:00 AM

He is perhaps the most well promoted scholar on Tibetan Buddhism, but not neccessarily the leading one. And from a Buddhist perspective, self promotion is not an exalted trait in a man.
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