Beware the Ides of March

The Dalai Lama is a rare celebrity I admire. “10 Questions for the Dalai Lama”:

And now the traditional “Beware the Ides of March” post — thanks to $0.02 for the reminder:

Author: Atanu Dey


One thought on “Beware the Ides of March”

  1. This guy’s a pacifist and a socialist too. You admire him for what? Plus the “Dalai Lamas” are anointed and not so on merit!

    “I am not only a socialist but also a bit leftist, a communist. In terms
    of social economy theory, I am a Marxist. I think I am farther to the
    left than the Chinese leaders. [Bursts out laughing.] They are

    This one sums him up too:

    “China is 1.3 billion people who have no problem pushing around Tibet
    as long as it’s allowed. And it is allowed. Pacifism courses through
    Tibetans’ veins like their high red blood cell count. The Dalai Lama,
    Tibet’s spiritual leader, the apparent reincarnation of Buddha’s bitch
    tits, is so whipped by China that he doesn’t even care about Tibetan
    independence anymore. He only cares about Tibetan autonomy. That’d be
    like if your girlfriend only lets you go out with your friends if
    there’s a chaperone who reports back to her.

    And if you’re going to be a pacifist, at least don’t be a pussy about
    it. But Mr. Lama still seeks to “create dialogue” with China. “Create
    dialogue” is Tibetan for “I’ve never had to actually figure anything out
    because I was anointed as a living god when I was 15.”

    So what’s going on? Why does Tibet continue to turn the other cheek,
    creating a zeitgeist of frustration that leaves hordes of their best men
    indistinguishable from cigarette butts?

    As I’ve said before, you can usually explain counterproductive human behavior in one of two ways:

    1.It’s a mating ritual, but killing yourself to get pussy is way too stupid, even for religious people. Or,

    2.There’s a secondary emotional payoff.”


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