Category archives for Tibetan Buddhism

Dalai Lama Cult:

Dalai Lama Cult: Postmodern Neo-feudalism and the Decline of the West by Gearóid Ó Colmáin / June 11th, 2012 Last year Tibet’s revered “spiritual leader” the Dalai Lama visited Toulouse in France for a festival celebrating Tibetan culture, while the Chinese government celebrated 60 years of communist rule in Tibet. The Tibetan spiritual leader gave […]

Friendly Feudalism – The Tibet Myth by Michael Parenti

Friendly Feudalism: The Tibet Myth (updated and expanded version, January 2007) I. For Lords and Lamas Along with the blood drenched landscape of religious conflict there is the experience of inner peace and solace that every religion promises, none more so than Buddhism. Standing in marked contrast to the intolerant savagery of other religions, Buddhism […]

Tibetans are genetic mix of Sherpas and Han

The genetic make-up of Tibetans is likely the result of a mix of Nepali Sherpas and Han Chinese, according to American scientists. They say that two ancestral gene pools – one belonging to a group that migrated 30,000 years ago and adapted to high altitudes, and another that migrated more recently from low altitudes – […]

A Brief History of Tibet by Tim Lambert

There is still so much ignorance and misinformation about Old and New Tibet that I have collected more material in order to respond to the so many posts on this subject. I have highlighted relevant parts of the articles and made my own comments where appropriate. ANCIENT TIBET The earliest inhabitants of Tibet were a […]

Dalai Lama and Free Tibet

This article has been reposted here for reference and research with my highlights and comments added. Noted: “Copyrights are not reserved for this article.” Dalai Lama & Free Tibet : U.S. CIA , Nazi SS , Slavery , Serfdom Genocide in Tibet , Cultural Genocide Compassion & Vegetarian , Nobel Peace Prize Religious Freedom & […]

Tibetan Feudal System

Much misinformation has been spread about Tibet and thus this article from three Chinese scholars is of great interest to the public. Tibetan feudal serfdom under theocracy and Western European serfdom in Middle Ages BEIJING, April 17 (Xinhua) — The Guangming Daily on April 15 published an article based on interviews with three Chinese scholars […]

Tibetan Feudal System

This is an article written from a Chinese point of view. BEIJING, April 17 (Xinhua) — The Guangming Daily on April 15 published an article based on interviews with three Chinese scholars concerning the Tibetan system of feudal serfdom under theocracy and Western European serfdom in the Middle Ages.     Following is the full text of […]

The Riots in Lhasa by Eirik Granqvist

This is another insight into the riots in Lhasa that was considered to “China Friendly” for public release.  reproduce it in full. The Riots in Lhasa by Eirik Granqvist April 3, 2008 — tigerloong The article from The Riots in Lhasa   by Eirik Granqvist, a foreign expert in Shanghai who visited Tibet in 2006 “The […]

Q and A on TIBET by Elisabeth Martens

As there has been so much misinformation floating about on Tibet, I have taken evey opportunity to preserve any perceptive insights to show opinions that are contrary to popular propaganda to balance the picture. My comments will be fsound at the end of the article. Elisabeth Martens interviewed in “Le Courrier” by Bénito Perez / […]

Dalai Lama, Tibet, Slavery, Feudalism and the Great Game -Will Shetterly

There is so much misinformation about Tibet and the Dalai Lama that keeps cropping up that it is important we keep our fingers on the pulse. The following article by Will Shetterly is a very good summary of most recent events in Tibet and the Dalai Lama that I would like to post in full […]

Rethinking Tibet

Rethinking Tibet   Rethinking Tibet by Nicholas Yee This is not an essay that tries to justify or defend China’s human rights violations in Tibet. This is an essay that tries to present information that most Free Tibet pamphlets and articles omit, and builds the argument that campaigning to “free” Tibet is both socially and […]


SERFS OF TIBET I felt the need to write this article because so many people are so misinformed about the Gelugpa sect (Headed by the Dalai Lama) of Tibetan Buddhism. So many people still believe the propaganda out of the Dalai Lama and his priests, with the connivance of the CIA, (Counter Intelligence Agency of […]


* Old Tibet: Shackled Serf Tilling the Land with wooden tools * New Tibet: Celebrating Tibetan Serf’s Emancipation Day with Smiles all round Tibetan Buddhism Tibet in the 8th Century Tibetan Buddhism is unique. To appreciate Tibetan Buddhist culture we have to look into Tibet’s history. Tibet’s history goes back more than 4000 years. Before […]

A Modern Perspective of Buddhism: Analysing Tibetan Buddhism

The Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibet PROLOGUE: PERCEPTIONS (First Published in Knol 29.11.08)(Refreshed 05.08.12–updated links 06.08.12) What comes to mind when Buddhism is mentioned? To the Westerner, i.e. West of Suez and West of the Ural Mountains, including America visions of that benign monk, The Dalai Lama in a yellow robe smiling to all, or visions […]