Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Dalai Lama saga: Archbishop Desmond Tutu freaks out – totally!

Archbishop Desmond Tutu expressed outrage on Tuesday on the government's failure to grant Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama a visa.
“…one day we will start praying for the defeat of the ANC government. You are disgraceful!"
 These are some of the words spoken by a visibly livid Tutu, and broadcast live on national television on Tuesday evening. (Full report here)

The latest “Dalai Lama” visa-delay saga has evoked much controversy in South Africa, AGAIN! ~ The last controversy occurred in 2009 when the SA government refused him a visa to attend a peace conference of Nobel laureates.

The latest hullabaloo was sparked off by reports that the SA government was again delaying the Dalai Lama's visa-application, an application that was submitted on 29 August 2011 with intentions of attending Desmond Tutu’s 80th birthday celebrations in Cape Town. The Dalai Lama eventually cancelled his trip to South Africa after SA authorities failed to grant him a visa in time. (Source)

The general public perception is that the government’s apparent sloppiness in dealing with this issue has everything to do with Chinese diplomatic pressure. BUT - this is what the main stream media wants the gullible public to believe. The truth is - this whole business is a major publicity stunt, just like it was in 2009!

In 2009 the Dalai Lama, after hearing that the SA government refused his visa, spoke out as follows:

“The decision had backfired by generating a storm of publicity…Because of Chinese protest, more publicity. Ultimately, I have to thank the Chinese." – Read the full report here.

Well, this time round you can be sure that not only will he be thanking the ANC government AND ol’ Desmond Tutu for all the free publicity, but he will also be clapping his hands for the part his ‘divine influence’ has played in the marvellous deception of the naïve masses of the world.

In reality China couldn’t really care less if the Dalai Lama visits the country, or not. Neither does the Dalai Lama really care much whether he makes it to Tutu’s birthday celebrations, or not! The whole business, including China’s so-called anger whenever the Dalai Lama visits a Western Christian Nation to pick up another award of some sort, is - ALL SMOKE-AND-

Every time this happens more and more people learn a little more about the Dalai Lama’s magnificent peaceful ‘godly’ attributes, and more and more people fall in love with his philosophies, which - by the way, are half-Marxist, half-Buddhist –

More and more people will then obviously also rush off to the bookstores to buy his books.

Think about this,
bearing in mind that the Dalai Lama has visited SA before: If the ANC approved the visa-application immediately and without any fuss, which they could quite easily have done, there would have been a few minor news reports about the Dalai Lama’s visit. Most South Africans would not have even bothered reading those reports! The only reason why the main stream media (including the mighty “Google”) is now again flooded with news reports containing the name “Dalai Lama” is because the ANC government obeyed their masters and delayed the visa application process. The delay has been described as “unexplainable” – but believe me when I say – “this posting explains it!”

The real targets in this publicity stunt are, as always, the gullible public - particularly the spiritual kind, who do not necessarily have to be “Christian”. At the end of the day it is the analogous attitudes, feelings, and emotions of the majority that will eventually influence the spiritual sentiment of EVERYBODY.

In simple terms this sentiment involves pushing the agenda of a worldwide one religious system that accepts, respects, and tolerates many gods and all religions… not only that, but everything that is dished to them under the disguise of “peace”, “love”, “forgiveness” and all things bright and beautiful and seemingly “Christian”. It is all part of the plan to introduce a future world peacemaker (aka “antichrist”). If this plan requires the unseating (read “sacrifice”) of the current puppet ANC regime – then so be it!

The saga will no doubt continue tomorrow after the entire nation witnessed ol’ Desmond Tutu’s fit of rage on national television, suitably slotted in as the number one news item on Tuesday evening, and repeated on all news channels.

Millions of people will perceive Tutu’s outrage as extremely sincere, and millions will probably applaud him for being so fearless, but few realize that the man is not only a masterful actor, but that he is also untouchable, which already provides sufficient reason why he can appear fearless.

Why is he untouchable? Because he is chairman of one of the world’s most prestigious and most influential non-government organisations, known as the “The Elders”. They are also known as “The Global Elders” or “12 Elders” – an explicit sponging, brazenly stolen directly from the Holy Scriptures. 

(For more info on "The Elders"… see the Wikipedia Page for the worldview, or visit an older posting on Tia Mysoa for the truth.)

Who is The Dalai Lama?

First of all, he is supposed to be addressed as “His Holiness” – but I refuse!

Between the 17th century and 1959, the Dalai Lama was not only the head of the Tibetan Government, administering a large portion of the country from the capital Lhasa, but a spiritual leader revered among Tibetans. He is believed to be the current incarnation of a long line of Tulkus, or Buddhist Masters, who have become exempt from the wheel of death and rebirth. These ascended masters have chosen of their own free will to be reborn in order to teach humanity.

The current or 14th Dalai Lama, was born in 1935 and was proclaimed the tulku or rebirth of the thirteenth Dalai Lama at the age of two. His real name is Tenzin Gyatso. He considers himself half-Marxist, half-Buddhist.

He is the first Dalai Lama to travel to the West (undertaking a series of tours of 46 nations since 1967) where he seeks to spread Buddhist teachings and to promote ethics and interfaith harmony. According to the site of the Nobel Peace Prize, The Dalai Lama has met with religious leaders from the United States, Canada, Western Europe, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, Mongolia, Greece, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Nepal, Costa Rica, Mexico, the Vatican, China and Australia. He has met with religious leaders from all these countries. (Source)

For those who are interested in reading more about the current 14th Dalai Lama, I highly recommend a visit to the pages of www.inplainsite.org, where this ‘man of peace’ and his bizarre connections with certain Nazi fellows, his association with the New Age movement, and many other weird facts, are dealt with in-depth.

Every Christian knows that the Bible, in 2 Corinthians 4:4, refers to satan as the “god of this world” who has blinded the minds of the unbelieving so that they might not see the light of the gospel. John 12:31 refers to him as “the prince of this world”, while Ephesians 2:2  speaks of “the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience…”. 2 Timothy 2:26 speaks of “the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will.” -
(KJV Version)

You can say that again!


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Smoke and mirrors...
Just another ploy by the ANC to test our reaction on the China deals.
There's no loyalty towards South Africa as far as the ANC goes, besides, money is the language the ANC understands the best.

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