Apparrently Penn & Teller has something unpleasant to say about Tenzin Gyatso dba Dalai Lama. I am glad some people has enough courage to stand up against Dalai Lama's worldwide PR
juggernaut. What is happening in Tibet is truly a battle of lesser of two evils between the Dalai Lama clique and the Chinese communist government and not a battle of good against evil like Dalai Lama wants you to believe. The Tibet's government in exile is a corrupt, inept and filled with relatives of Tenzin Gyatso in the government's highest positions.
YouTube - Dalai "Da-Lie" Lama's Naked Truth Exposed; Re Tibet Violence
China has done a lot for Tibet and its gdp is growing all the time, maybe that part the Lama does not like. So he pays thugs to go on a rampage to give his side some sort of credibility when the chinese government has to intervene and stop them. Then the outside world can say china is putting them down, which is not true.
China may control most of the media but it, sure as hell connot control the internet, and in this instance it does not want to because all the reports from chinese citizens living in Tibet speak for china and not the Lama.
Many of the trouble makers handed themselves in voluntarily under an agreement with Beijing that they would recieve a more favourable sentence. Many of them said they were paid to do it.
Now, exactly what does the French people know about Tibet and its people or the issues they face on a daily basis - zift. Because the French Government gave the Lama a medal, then he is the good boy and the Beijing Government are the bad guys?
But then, the French are notorious for their riots, and how does their government deal with each riot, out comes the armoured vehicles and battons.
What sort of creep attacks an athlete who is in a wheel chair?
THE OLYMPICS ARE ABOUT SPORT AND NOT GOVERNANCE OF A COUNTRY SO MR LAMA TAKE YOUR THINKING SOMEPLACE ELSE AND LET THE WORLD ENJOY THIS YEARS OLYMPICS.
"I am enclosing two tickets to the first night of my new play; bring a friend, if you have one
- George Bernard Shaw to Winston Churchill.
"Cannot possibly attend first night, will attend second ... if there is one
- Winston Churchill, in response.