Friday, May 23, 2008

Moral Authority

Dalai Lama is in London and he has finally spoken.

LONDON — China lacks the moral authority needed to be considered a superpower, the Dalai Lama said Thursday in remarks to British legislators in which he also noted that the Summer Olympics provide an opportunity to press Beijing over human rights.

I hope Dalai looks into the eyes of Wen Jia Bao, who was in SiChuan within two hours since the earthquake happened, directing and comforting the crowd, while the aftershocks were on-going, and tell Wen Jiao Bao that he needs to strengthen his moral authority.

I hope Dalai looks into the eyes of the female police offer who has lost a two-year-old girl and her parents, but kept working on the site saving people until she collapsed on the job, and tell her that she needs to beef up her moral authority.

I hope Dalai looks into the eyes of countless teachers who kept going back into the shaking buildings to evacuate the kids until they were killed themselves, and tell them they need to work on the moral authority.

I hope Dalai looks into the eyes of a guy who suffered bone fractures but refused medical help for 7 days on the ground that medical resources were scarce and he could be treated later. I hope Dalai tells him in the face that he needs to work on the moral authority.

Lameting on moral authority of China now? While Chinese has demonstrated unprecedented level of passion and courage? Dalai Lama has to be the stupidest religious leader (if I can call that) in the world.

Hey, even the Shao Lin monks are using their skill to treat people onsite.

Dalai Lama could go to hell.

2 Comments:

Blogger 非舞者 said...

Dalai Lama is senile. Being a superpower has nothing to do with "moral authority" although that is what we would like to see in superpowers. He's running out of useful things to say after repeating the same old stuff from his worn-out book of quotes (google some and you can see they are repetitious) too much.

Dalai Lama said "My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness." Except the celebrities who can afford the fees to meet with him, I don't see anybody benefiting from his "kindness".

5/23/2008 9:54 AM  
Blogger steve tan said...

He travels so frequently, and socializes with Hollywood A-list so frequently, and I wonder he has anytime to do some reading to upgrade himself along the line.

Or does he think that he was the god-sent and he is here to teach but not to learn?

Even the Pope in Rome doesn't travel as much.

5/23/2008 11:17 AM  

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