Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Kill the Dalai Lama, orders bin Laden












The Dalai Lama told The Daily Telegraph, a year ago that if al-Qaida head guy Osama bin Laden were killed, the resulting hatred would create ten more just like him. Terrorists should be treated humanely, he added.

Now, Osama bin Laden wants the Dalai Lama dead. Bin Laden, says the Australian, has recently denounced "pagan Buddhism" and is including the generally peaceful philosophy in his war plans against anything non-Islamic. Involved in nearly every terrorist attack in India, Lashkar-e-Toiba is believed to be al-Qaida's franchise in South Asia. The assassination threat is probably based on the extremist jihadi movements hatred of everything and everyone not enslaved to Allah, the Muslim god.

The Taliban and al-Qaida destroyed the two colossal statues of Buddha carved into the sandstone cliffs of Bamiyan, Afghanistan. It was done to eradicate any vestage of a foreign religion in an Islamic utopia envisioned by bin Laden.

The 14th the Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso, is the head of state and spiritual leader of the Tibetan people. Buddhists believe the Dalai Lama to be the reincarnated manifestation of the Bodhisattva (Buddha) of Compassion, who has chosen to reincarnate in order serve the people. The assassination of the current Dalai Lama would be the continuation of the destruction of a religion and people by the Religion of Peace as preach by the pedophile, the Prophet Mohammad.



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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

And we are all afraid of some man that controls a worldwide network of terror and lives in a cave ??????

Indigo Red said...

You can be afraid of that man all you want. No one I know feels terrorized by him.

There is no evidence at all that he lives in a cave; that's a handy rhetorical license.

That this man controls a network of terror is also doutful. It's alaways appaered to be more like a franchise organization in which independent operators can obtain funding and training from a semi-centralized source.

Anonymous said...

It is misleading to attribute the lead in quote to "Tolkien" when it is one of his characters that makes the statement, in the context of the story.

Anonymous said...

I don't wish to appear in any way to excuse this awful behavior by extremists such as Bin Laden who do not merit being associated with Islam. However, please avoid insulting the majority of moderate, peaceful Muslims in the world by using misinformed expressions such as "Allah, the Muslim god". "Allah" is simply the word for "god" in Arabic. Muslims believe in the same God as Christians and Jews and if you go to Lebanon, for example, and attend a Catholic Mass in Arabic, you will hear the word "Allah".

Indigo Red said...

In point of fact, the charactors he has speak the words do not, and have never existed. Tolkien wrote the words and are rightly attributable to the author.

Indigo Red said...

"...please avoid insulting the majority of moderate..."

When the moderate Muslims stand up, identify themselves, denounce the terrorists,AND take and active role in ending the barbarity then I will continue to insult Muslims to my hearts content.

I'm weel aware that "allah" means 'the god. But that god is from an entirely different mythogenesis from the Hebraic/Christian god. One is a Sun god, the other a moon god. For millenia the sun and moon gods have battled in mythology. Moon gods are typically gods of darkness and allah has proved to be just that.

If you do not like my position and terminology, you have every reason and right to not read my blog. You do not have the right or the priviledge of telling me what I may write and how I may write it.

Personally, I find a religion that advocates killing me because I'm not Muslim to be far more insulting than anything I could possibly say or write about that religion.

Anonymous said...

I'm confused; you correctly decry bin Laden and his ilk, yet you lend no support to the US administration that is aggressively trying to thwart him.

How do you reconcile these two conflicting views?

Indigo Red said...

Your assumption that I lend no support to the administration that is trying to thwart him is completely wrong. You haven't read very far into my blog to know that I give nothing but support to the administration that has bin Laden holed up somewhere in the tribal areas of Pakistan being hounded by the CIA and Gen McChrystal with his army units specically tasked to followd bin Laden wherever he goes ignorring national borders if necessary. The hunt has never stop or waned.

This post was not the place to deal with those supjects. This ppost was about a man of hate trying to kill a man peace despite the fact the the Dalai Lamma once advocated treating Osama bin Laden with resect and kindness. And all the while OBL claims to represent the true nature of the religion peace. Try to reconcile those two divergent propostitions.

Anonymous said...

Oriana Fallaci's book, The Rage and The Pride, has a passage describing how she met the Dalai Lamma and discussed with him this insidious Islamist threat. His response: "A Buddhist cannot have enemies".

I fear that he will be the last of his kind.

Indigo Red said...

I presume you mean to say you understand that Buddhists cannot fight back, cannot defend themselves and others.

Buddhists have a long history of fighting monks. The Dali Lama himself endorses the use of physical force against tyrants and those who would do harm to ourselves or others. Buddhism is not pacifist by any stretch of the imaginatiom.

What the Dalai Lama meant is the same as what Jesus taught. Love your enemy, do not hate them, but subdue their evil an dviolent ways. Then show them the path to righteousness. In this way, the enemy is eliminated for he is now your freind.

Islam also teaches not to have enemies. But, Islam has other prescriptions for submission. If the enemy does not recite the Shihada then kill the infidel and, voila, no more enemy. It is much simpler and appeals to the much baser instinct of mankind.

AS to the Dalai Lama being the last of his kind, well, that's not likely. The Buddhists have been fighting Islam for a thousand years already and they are still here. The Dalai Lama is always a reincarnated holy guy. How do you kill someone who keeps reincarnating?

Mike's America said...

Oh you have a line one Indigo.

A master of delusion and denial.

One clearly more interested in sowing confusion over and issue where clarity is essential.

Have fun.

Indigo Red said...

It wouldn't surprise you, Mike, to know his computer address is in a California university town.