“The inclusion of the Dalai Lama in the network of Satanists may come as a surprise to many but the evidence speaks for itself.
“The main scam these religions use is to publicly promote ideas that almost everybody can agree with, such as helping the poor, in order to con people out of their money. The Satanist religions also always have a centralized power structure with layers of secrecy protecting a single leader who is promoted as a representative of God on earth.
“Let us examine the case of the Dalai Lama to illustrate what I am talking about. The Dalai Lama is a symbol to many around the world of all that is good and tolerant about Buddhism. Unfortunately, Buddhism and the teachings of the Buddha, however, have little to do with the actual Dalai Lama. The holy Dalai Lama that exists in most people’s minds is very different from the actual human who is the Dalai Lama.” (Jan. 10, 2011.)
I won’t be posting the whole column. Ben is an adult and undoubtedly knows what he’s doing in leveling such an accusation against the Tibetan leader. He undoubtedly knows it will cause a great deal of grief in the world to hear such a report.
However, I’m not certain enough of the factual basis of his charges to want to lend them credence by publishing the whole column, until it has been legally substantiated or at least commented on by those with reliable knowledge of the situation and a background in legal commentary.
Meanwhile, David Wilcock has published a comment which I will publish. Like David, I agree that the Dalai Lama is innocent until proven guilty and I also acknowledge that I find Ben’s allegations a stretch to believe. Until proven otherwise, I’ll continue to relate to the Dalai Lama as a figure worthy of respect.
I caution others against taking the position that where there’s smoke, there’s fire. The Illuminati use our susceptibility to this argument to produce a great deal of smoke, which is only smoke and no evidence of fire. Their tsunami of allegations against President Obama and Julian Assange are illustrations of this tactic. A great deal of smoke about the Dalai Lama may just be smoke. So please use your discrimination.
Please keep in mind that the greatest amount of damage is done when allegations first emerge (and the Illuminati know this). Retractions after the fact usually appear in the back pages and don’t reach near as many people as the initial allegations. I recommend withholding judgment of the Dalai Lama until reliable proof is presented.
That having been said, the galactics have told us repeatedly that we will be shocked by some of the things we hear after disclosure. Here is SaLuSa for instance:
“However, the full truth will come out in good time, for your appreciation and understanding of the last century. It will be shocking and beyond belief for most people. It is not the intention that you should waste too much energy on such matters, and your focus should remain on your immediate future. The Laws of the Universe are immutable, and be sure any soul that has erred in their judgement and actions will face the truth of the consequences.” (SaLuSa, Nov. 10, 2010.)
If the Dalai Lama were guilty of what Ben charges him with, we can rely on the mechanisms in place to take care of the matter. There is no need to work ourselves up into a frenzy over any of the matters that will emerge. In fact, in my opinion, it would be best not to. The forces of Light will ensure that everyone responsible for malfeasance is brought to justice.
Comment by dwilcock on January 11, 2011 @ 12:24 am
This is a very strong accusation and I cannot get behind it without a more comprehensive presentation of evidence. We do need to remember people are innocent until proven guilty.
I believe Ben has created the beginning of an investigation, but as a journalist you cannot condemn someone as a Satanist simply for your opinion that they are “rude and evil looking.”
(Steve: Ben’s original comment was “My own rude awakening came when I heard him talk for 90 minutes at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club in Japan. What I saw was a very rude and evil looking man who publicly and repeatedly insulted several Chinese reporters without provocation.” Please note that I have taken this comment out of context and, for fairness’ sake, that should be kept in mind.)
We also do not have a transcript of his answer to Ben’s question about why the Tibetan government worked with the Nazis. The real reason the Nazis were so interested in Tibet was because they wanted to emulate their ’superhero’ status from various spiritual practices.
Ben has never before said anything negative about the Dalai Lama, so it is a leap to assume that he would be responsible for a murder / abortion against his unborn child. No one wants to lose a baby. It is a terrible thing and I am deeply sorry it happened. The whole episode reeks of ‘foul play’ — but we do not know who did this, if anyone, and cannot automatically pin it on one person with no evidence.
(Steve: I don’t see how I can not furnish this part of Ben’s column so here it is:
“The Dalai Lama’s network in Japan has also, I believe, personally harmed me which may be why I have a special grudge against him. My fiancée was five months pregnant and working for a Nepalese import shop when she was suddenly asked to go to Nepal to buy items for the shop. While she was in the airplane en route, the man sitting directly across from her in the plane died of a heart attack.
“When she got to Nepal she was met by a senior official in the Dalai Lama’s network (I will not name him because his son has been a useful informant) who took her to his home. The following day, she suddenly started bleeding heavily from her womb and was taken to the hospital where she was drugged unconscious. When she woke up the following day, they were doing a ultra-sound scan of her womb. She was no longer pregnant.
“Also, by some curious coincidence, a Japanese man staying at a house across the street from where she was was beheaded by a Nepalese police officer while she was there. Curious, isn’t it?”)
The group most likely responsible for this is the group most frequently impugned by Ben’s testimony — and that would be “The Satanists”, as he always calls them.
We have seen many examples of Ben’s sources trying to plant disinformation. I know for a fact that the way these guys work is “the truth is always sandwiched between two lies.”
One of their main goals is to completely undermine people’s faith in anyone or anything related to a Higher Power. It seems awfully convenient that Ben is in touch with sources who are actively involved in this “Satanic” group, and then they get him believing that a man who has championed the cause of peace on earth and compassion for so long is actually a ‘Satanist’.
It is certainly possible that the Dalai Lama could have been corrupted by the power and influence he wields. If that were the case, this investigation should be able to demonstrate repeat instances of him trying to contort the message of peace and compassion in his public statements and written works. The negative will always put out a feel-good cover story, but they also invariably attempt to deliver their real message once you get past the platitudes.
At this point, without further evidence, I would assume that Ben was subjected to a psy-op. An initially unpleasant experience with the man, as a journalist, was seen as an opening and a weakness. Ben is then fed piles of unprovable information that makes the Dalai Lama appear to be the embodiment of the same negativity that Ben has been writing about for so long.
Imagine the tactical value of turning Ben’s platform into a Dalai Lama / Tibet hate fest. Could it be possible to get the people so turned against Tibet that they would condone the mass slaughter of innocents? Are we willing to believe such a serious accusation without a shred of provable evidence?
My money is on the ‘psyop’ angle. I just did a two-hour radio show yesterday on Irish stations where I went through the things that are the biggest palpable events right now — the struggle for Disclosure, the birds falling out of the sky, and the assassination attempt on Gabrielle Giffords. It should be up on my site tonight if they can get me the MP3s.
Let’s not rush like lemmings to believe what Ben’s ’sources’ are telling him. Everything has to pass the sniff test, and for me, right now, this one does not. I’d be happy to discuss this with Ben publicly, as a friend, because we all need to have each other’s backs and be willing to think rationally and realize when we may have been completely deceived.
(Steve: I agree with David’s comments.)