Thursday, October 11, 2007

Bush, the Dalai Lama, and the Congressional Medal of Honor

So, here is the President of the U.S. meeting with the Dalai Lama. He might get some heat over the meeting. China doesn't like it, because the Dalai Lama is the "leader of a separatist state" - Tibet. This will be the first public meeting with the Dalai Lama by any U.S. President. So, the Prez gets in trouble for meeting with leaders of other religions.

Do you think the congressional medal is deserved? Do you think the "Christian President" is doing the right thing, and sending the right message?

Personally. I like it. What about you?


Anonymous said...

Chinese people hate the Dalai Lama because he used (maybe still uses) human parts as religious equipment such as candle holders, etc. His religious cult sacrifices people for their body parts, which is inhumane in my opinion. (lol i wonder y the US media cuts that out...) From what I've read, I conclude that Bush supports killing and other inhumane things.

BTW, the Nobel Prize (dalai lama got this in 1989 i think) is a political tool. I really don't think that sacrificing people and getting banished from China for this reason is deserving of any honorable prize.

Also, the Dalai Lama is a harsh (in my opinion) slave owner.

Therefore, Bush not criticizing the Dalai Lama but criticizing China for human rights is FUCKING RETARDED. but I guess you already know that.

Anonymous said...

You can't judge by people by what you hear. Dalai Lama is a simple monk and i don't know where you heard about human sacrifice. I think that's christan religion. stone christ and kill him first and worship him later.