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Dalai Lama Closed Captioning Goes Totally Wrong

Anyone have an opening for a stenographer?

http://www.thedaily.com/article/2012/10/18/101812-news-mobil...



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He is just a big jelly donut.

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rpscallion's picture

Did this stenographer have no clue who

they were transcribing for? I mean how densely "Duh" can one be? It doesn't take a genius or a special degree to know instantaneously that the Dalai Lama probably didn't say F**k, and that you obviously heard something wrong.

Did they fail their culture and history courses? Gotta love college nowadays.

Dalai Lama is just like Obama

He speaks beautiful words but they are meaningless...

Great article exposing the Dalai Lama:
http://rense.com/general81/faeeof.htm

BTW he is in the payroll of the CIA:
http://www.nytimes.com/1998/10/02/world/world-news-briefs-da...

A good way to defend your freedoms: www.libertymagazine.org

the NYT stuff is intriging

but the article on rense.com is horribly bad, not even close to great. Absolutely no references, and when I looked into the main expert they quote "A. Tom Grunfeld", I found that they have misrepresented his take as he seems to be moderate in his assessment of the Dalai Lama. He even hopes that the U.S. will help bridge the gap between the Dalai Lama and the moderates within the Chinese government (of course I believe that the US has no business meddling):

http://www.fpif.org/reports/reassessing_tibet_policy

The one negative I found in his assessment is, "From exile, the Dalai Lama oversaw refugee resettlement and guerrilla warfare—although he officially renounced all violence."

Unfortunately, no references are provided to substantiate that claim. Even so, he readily admits that the US has had no interest in boosting the Tibetan movement after Kissinger visited China in 1971.

Every time I look into Rense and the contributors to his website, they turn out to be sensationalists who bend factual record and misquote "experts". I want the truth, not a bunch of fluff. I still have no opinion on the Dalai Lama, although I am do appreciate learning of his involvement with the CIA prior to 1971 and will take that into consideration.

I AM is all that is. Everything else is malleable.

Maybe he said gunga galunga

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X48G7Y0VWW4

That pitchfork should win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

With liberty and justice for all...who can afford it.

LOL,

You beat me to it, classic