PROTECT KUNDUN, FREE RFA

 

When I was researching my “Free Radio Free Asia!” piece I came across more information  than I could fit into the article. I also came across material which was troubling, and which I could not bring myself to include in the piece, though it would have bolstered the case I was trying to make.

A professor friend who occasional reads my blogs emailed me on the “Free RFA” post and pointed out the flaw in my analysis (resulting from my self-censorship). He thought my piece was engrossing, “like a good detective story”. He went on to lecture me that  “like any good crime thriller, one needs to explain the ‘motive’ and the ‘opportunity’.  Your piece was very compelling on the main motive of Beijing wanting the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) to stop RFA broadcasts of ‘splittist’ messaging into Tibet.  However I was surprised that you missed one big piece regarding ‘opportunity’. The CTA obviously could not simply stage a coup at RFA on its own; it needed the opportunity.  Reasonable people will not be convinced that your prime-minister Lobsang Sangay’s “charm” (as you put it) was all it took with RFA president Libby Liu (although I’m sure she was charmed by him in more ways than one).”

My friend was right. What was the key CTA used to unlock Libby Liu’s cooperation in getting rid of Jigme Ngabo?

In a detailed and lengthy policy analysis for the Heritage Foundation on China’s global propaganda warfare and weakening US response, Dean Cheng (a leading specialist on China’s military and foreign policy) noted that “American strategic communications effort is declining”  and “… this decrease in America’s strategic communication channels, coupled with the spike in PRC broadcasts, has sparked bipartisan concerns. For example, Representative Zoe Lofgren’s (Republican) recent letter to the BBG (U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors) questions the decision to consolidate Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and the Middle East Broadcasting Networks, echoing concerns expressed by Representatives Dana Rohrabacher (Republican) and Nancy Pelosi (Democrat).”

This short-sighted decision to “consolidate” and shrink the various networks has been made largely for cost-cutting purposes, and has understandably made the directors of the various networks nervous about losing their jobs. But Ms. Libby Liu of RFA  appears to have ambitions of becoming the supreme boss of all the combined networks, and has been cultivating the friendship of important people to ensure her  bid for the top position.

The key that the CTA was able to dangle before Libby Liu and get her to agree to their wishes was  the prospect of access to His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Libby had probably wanted all along to get close to His Holiness and use that closeness to impress the BBG into allowing her to become president of the combined radio networks. The problem for Libby was that since his first visit over a decade ago His Holiness had not visited RFA at Washington DC, possibly in part because of prime-minister Samdong Rimpoche unstated but effective boycott campaign against RFA. It is possible that Sikyong Lobsang Sangye made the first offer of access to the Dalai Lama to Libby and RFA. It was only after Lobsang Sangye became prime-minister that the Dalai Lama visited RFA. He was accompanied by Lobsang Sangye and former PM Samdong Rinpoche, both of whom used the occasion to complain bitterly about RFA allowing the participation of those opposing the CTA.

Of course just a single visit by His Holiness to RFA would not really serve Libby Liu’s plan to demonstrate to the BBG her closeness to the Dalai Lama. So more opportunities were created for her meet His Holiness in Dharamshala and various other places he was visiting. In fact Libby Liu and Sikyong Lobsang Sangye seems to have, on a number of occasions, followed his Holiness together wherever he traveled.

One such “payback” opportunity to Libby by CTA is made clear in a leaked email from Libby Liu’s right-hand man, Kalden Lodoe, that a number of Tibetan media outlets received a few days ago.  Libby is currently in India and will be given a grand red carpet reception in South India, where she will get to meet publicly with His Holiness in Mungod, and even be given a chance to make an address to the crowd herself.  This all appears designed for her to be able to impress the BBG with how “in” she is with the Dalai Lama.  In the email Kalden writes “I would request if the settlement officer in Mundgod could arrange for Libby Liu to address the gathering of those who will be attending His Holiness’s teaching.”

What on earth is Kalden Lodoe requesting? That this woman Libby, at some point in the Dalai Lama’s teachings, get up on the podium and give a speech? I have never heard anything so disrespectful, even sacrilegious, than this. And we see in the itinerary that Sikyong is also meeting Libby Liu on the 24th at the Hyatt Regency in Delhi. How many times does he have to meeting this woman? What is so urgent?

Another earlier “payback” to Libby  seems to have happened in London on October 23 at an event organized by Legatum Instititue where His Holiness participated in a discussion on “Ethics for a More Prosperous World.” Sikyong Lobsang Sangay arranged for Libby to meet his Holiness at this venue. According to a witness there: “Libby Liu was always seated next to His Holiness in a way that was too close for comfort”. Incidentaly in the sidelines Lobsang Sangay and Libby Liu appears to have had a meeting where Jigme Ngabo’s dismissal was discussed.

His Holiness has made it absolutely clear that he has retired from politics and official business and is now entirely involved in spiritual practices and humanitarian works. For politicians and functionaries to follow him around, to stalk him as it were, all over the world, in order to have photo opportunities with him or harass him for his support for some self-seeking scheme, should rightly cause outrage to any red-blooded Tibetan who cares about His Holiness.

Even on earlier occasions where Libby Liu met His Holiness, her way of seating herself close to Him seems highly improper. I came across a couple of photographs of her at the BBG website doing just this. The second photo from the right was really upsetting, even sickening. I am not going to put up the photo on this website. I would like to request all Tibetans to contact the BBG and get them to take down that photograph.

I think it is outrageously irresponsible of Lobsang Sangay to allow this woman to meet His Holiness so many times in order to gains some political advantage from her. Shouldn’t he have been aware of her background? Before she was RFA president she was a deputy DA in San Francisco where she was involved in a sex scandal with another DA (two days before her marriage to another man) in what was  well known as the “Office Whoopee Case”, and which became the butt of jokes in “Late Night With David Letterman.”  Just Google “Libby Liu San Francisco Chronicle” for the news reports.

Of course His Holiness’s conduct in this matter is beyond reproach. We all know he is affectionate and holds hands with everyone he meets in the most natural and compassionate way. But misunderstandings can happen. We had problems in Dharamshala before in the 90s when the Office of Religious and Cultural Affairs (chodon leykhung), against the advice of the Office of Tibet in Japan, arranged for Shoko Asahara to meet Holiness and even have a picture taken with him – a giant enlargement of which became the central icon in Asahara’s temple. When this cult leader was arrested for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attacks and the photograph discovered by the police and the press at his temple, McLeod Ganj was flooded with Japanese journalists, TV people and a few who seemed like police or intelligence personnel. I was there at the time.

Thankfully, after a couple of weeks CTA officials, also myself and others, managed to convince the Japanese press that His Holiness had absolutely no relationship with the cult leader and that the audience in Dharmshala was a just a single routine event. But even now the big lie about His Holiness’s relationship to Asahara is used by China’s propagandists in the West and by Shugden devotees in their counter-attacks against CTA. Just having the truth on your side is not enough. It is nearly impossible to fully contain a scandal once it has broken out.

A couple of years before that, Vanity Fair published a somewhat snide report on His Holiness at a party for Hollywood celebrities. My colleagues at Amnye Machen Institute, Tashing Tsering la, Lhasang Tsering la and myself, met a senior official of the Private Secretariat and briefed him on how absolutely vital it was for the Secretariat and the CTA to vet everyone the Dalai Lama met and ensure they dressed and behaved in a seemly manner, so that no misunderstanding could ensue. We also told him how the Western press’s enthusiasm for His Holiness could not be relied on and we always had to be very careful.  I think I even wrote a brief editorial on this for Mangtso. I remember a contingent of women charging into our office in McLeod Ganj screaming that we were spreading lies about the Dalai Lama.

The most important thing for all Tibetans is to ensure that this whole RFA scandal is resolved quickly but also justly. Right now the discussion is within the Tibetan community and some of our supporters, and we should try and keep it that way. Speaker Pempa Tsering, in his snarky letter to Congressman Rohrabacher, was arrogant and stupid enough to cc a copy to President Obama. Doesn’t this politician  realize that strange letters to the president (especially from abroad) are investigated by the Secret Service and the FBI. These days matters being investigated by the FBI have an unfortunate tendency to leak to the press.

I think the best damage containment strategy we can implement right now is for the exile-parliament (sans Pempa Tsering) to conduct a full-dress investigation as I have suggested in a previous post, enough to satisfy all concerned so that we can put a tight lid on this mess. Of course the special investigative committee will have to be completely non-partisan and will have to issue a report that is not only honest but also exhaustively comprehensive. Everyone connected with Libby Liu and the dismissal of Jigme Ngabo should be subpoenaed to appear and testify at the hearing: this would not only include the main players Sikyong Lobsang Sangay, Dhonchoe Lobsang Nyendak and RFA staffer Kalden Lodoe, but even such supporting characters as Special Envoy and ICT chairman Lodi Gyari, speaker Pemba Tsering and Kalsang “Kaydor” Aukatsang, the Sikyong’s self-described “David Axelrod”.

For the last few weeks when so many of us have been forced to waste time on this issue,  incredibly brave and selfless people inside Tibet have been giving up their lives for Rangzen and for the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to a free Tibet. It is now a sacred duty for all of us not only to keep up the freedom struggle but to make sure the Dalai Lama’s tremendous international stature and his supreme role as spiritual and sovereign leader of the Tibetan nation, is in no way manipulated or undermined by politicians and opportunists to serve their own narrow ambitions.

Comments

  1. Reality Check | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:55 am

    JN, you have already made a buffoon of yourself. Now please stop these destructive criticism.

  2. LHAKPA DOLMA | December 3rd, 2012 | 12:09 pm

    These people disgust me.and on top of it all this libby woman is a chinese. not that i’m against chinese perse and maybe she is pro tibet than pro china but as a tibetan you got to have some self respect and also show some sensitivity to the whole issue and not allow her to take such liberty. how can he stoop so low?

  3. Dhasa Yogi | December 3rd, 2012 | 1:05 pm

    From Kalden Lodoe’s e-mail:

    ” I would like the settlement officers to receive Libby Liu in an official capacity and line up all the programs.”

    Where do Kalden Lodoe get all these powers to give orders to a democratic government and elected Sikyong ?

    Hello 43 or so Chithues where is our democracy ? And then DUMB Chithues blame honorable US Congressman who is telling us to open our eyes!

    Settlement officers: next time better know that who is your real boss. You might end up rubbing the wrong guy. A sad day for Tibetan democracy !

  4. YouthOfTibey | December 3rd, 2012 | 1:51 pm

    Jamyang Norbu LS is undoubtedly one of the greatest Tibetan who really, really cares about our people and our struggle, and for that I keep him in my prayers each and every day. You Are Gendun Choemphell/YuriPon’s Yangsi!

  5. O Laalaa | December 3rd, 2012 | 2:39 pm

    Kalden Lodoe from a private news agency instucting Tibetan goverment in exile to receive his boss in an official ceremony? O laalaa.

  6. tashi | December 3rd, 2012 | 2:47 pm

    Jamyang Norbu La, I quote from your article “I think the best damage containment strategy we can implement right now is for the exile-parliament (sans Pempa Tsering) to conduct a full-dress investigation”
    No, i disagree the best damage containment is for you to SHUT UP and STOP SPREADING RUMOURS IN OUR COMMUNITY. I want Jamyang la to understand that he has certain following from his writings and hence be responsible in what he says and writes. FIRST PROVE THAT SIKYONG AND LOBSANG NYANDAK MET LUCY IN LONDON AS YOU CLAIMED (lobsang N. said he never went to London since he became representative in NY)
    THE WHOLE ISSUE NOW IS NOT WITH NGABO LOSING HIS JOB, IT’S JAMYANG NORBU LOOSING HIS CONTRACT AND HE IS CRYING. SHUT UP FOR THE SAKE OF TIBETANS SELF IMMOLATING IN TIBET, ATLEAST NOT NOW…

  7. O Laalaa | December 3rd, 2012 | 3:21 pm

    If dudes are so desperate to know why junior Ngapo got dismissed from his post, Do a interview and post here on this blog.

  8. Pema Trinley | December 3rd, 2012 | 3:27 pm

    I just wonder people are normal and say normal things in this room. Why so a big deal some body fired in his position! To be honest, I like Nagba Jigme’s personality and very strongly support his independent idea for Tibet. There is nothing wrong somebody seeking independent for his country!! but i just surprise that he never ever been Dharamsala and did not have connected central Tibetan Administration at all in the past sixteen years!! How many times he had been China and Hon Kong, there were a number of times he been China and Hon Kong. There is questions to all Tibetans and we need to think about it why he have connected with China? why he did not have connected with CTA! and I think CTA and Chithu, they did good job and they already made clear for the RFA, and the US congressman condemned to the CTA, that is baseless i think.

  9. Lhasawa | December 3rd, 2012 | 3:53 pm

    RFA and VOA have very large audiences inside Tibet and people there are taking great risk everyday try to receive the news from the radios. Both organizations command great respect and trust among the Tibetans inside Tibet. I was in Tibet two years ago, one day at a visit to the monastery an elderly monk pulled me aside knowing I was from abroad and said to me :” We Tibetans here are been beating up and killed by Chinese every day, you Tibetan outsides please keep fighting. We know you guys are doing great job, we know, we listen every day.” So Mr. Jigme la’s dismissal from the RFA is not just about his personal & professional issue, this is a big concern of the future of RFA’s news broadcasting quality.

    I have ultimate respect & support for Tibetan Gov. in-exile, which was formed under the leadership of HH and many other hard working Tibetans. Previous generations laid the groundwork and foundation for us, now we the current generation has solemn responsibility to defend the value and integrity of the organization, so we must not tolerate any officials if they try to use their position & power to play politics at the expense of our national interest. All Tibetan who cares of Tibetan cause should now rise up and call for formation of 2 parties in exile government like democratic and republican parties here in the states so they can monitor each other. Otherwise this kind of ugly politics will get worse.

    I encourage fellow Tibetans in the states to write to their senator & congressman to call for a thorough investigation on RFA in terms of Jigme la’s dismissal as well as on funds that U.S. congress provide to CTA. We shall not just keep quiet and try to save the face of CTA or whatsoever. Those shameless officials in exile government always use His Holiness’ name as their shield. The ugly truth has to come out.

    Shame on those officials!!!

  10. Pema Trinley | December 3rd, 2012 | 4:25 pm

    Hello Lhasawa, nice to exchange opinion dismissal about Nagba Jigme la. I believe that Tibetans are listening RFA and VOA in Tibet. There is no question about it. Tibetans are listening RFA because of Nagba la, i don’t think so.

  11. Lhasawa | December 3rd, 2012 | 4:53 pm

    Hi Pema la,

    I am not saying Tibetans inside Tibet are listening RFA because of Jigme la. My parents, many relatives, neighbors and friends in Tibet are long time audiences. They are listening the radios to hears the news about HH and our cause. Point here is not about Jigme la’s dismissal as a person, it’s about for what reasons he was fired. We Tibetans here have duty to monitor RFA & VOA so they can broadcast objective news without outside third party and individuals’ influence, so the Tibetans inside Tibet can receive right message and true story.

    But we should not deny that Jigme la is one of the few most qualified people for the post because of his knowledge, experience, and mostly importantly his unbiased attitude to people with different views.

    It makes me sick to stomach that those Tibetan officials have been boycotting RFA in the past. No wonder Chinese are treating us like that.

  12. salis | December 3rd, 2012 | 5:28 pm

    @LHASAWA

    What we need for our new tibetan democracy (which we should all be proud of) is evolution, not revolution. We have a newly elected Kashag and it is important that we support them in their effort to fight for the Tibetan cause and to consolidate more power to the democratically elected Kashag. Regardless of whether you voted for Sikyong Lobsang Sangay or not you must agree that it is in Tibetans interest to consolidate power in our elected body, the Kashag versus other non-elected organizations.

    This process will take some time and we should show some patience.

    You can elect Sikyong Lobsang Sangay and dismiss him in four years based on his performance, but can you dismiss Chair of ICT, Lodi Gyari or HH Private Secretary? Think about it.

  13. Agu Tonpa | December 3rd, 2012 | 5:33 pm

    Thank you. Please don’t stop enlightening us!

    I used to be your hater but as i grow older i find truth in what you say/write. You are the buddha; truth seeker and well-verse in everything Tibetan.

  14. Pema Trinley | December 3rd, 2012 | 5:36 pm

    Thanks Lhasawa, Have you been read Tibetan news on the Web page of RFA? What are you think about they write Tibetan news on Web page? To be honest with you I have no idea what they write Tibetan news on their Web page!! I have great respect Tibetans are listening RFA and VOA news in Tibet.But sometimes i don’t trust news of RFA and VOA because they lack of experiences. Also I have respect to Nagba Jigme la, but not all, because the staffs of RFA. It looks like to me family business.

  15. Dorjedhenma | December 3rd, 2012 | 5:41 pm

    Pema trinlay,
    You keep mentioning Ngabo la was not in Dharamsala for the last sixteen years. I live in Dhasa and I saw him coming to Dhasa, because older person in the hotel eating are tellimg and pointing us during that he is Ngabo Jigme’s Son and worked for RFA. That was like Six years ago. So your words are baseless.

  16. Dorjedhenma | December 3rd, 2012 | 5:44 pm

    Pema trinaly,
    Also RFA became famous in Tibet is partly due to Ngabo’s popular defect from his family and China. Left his elite and high position.

  17. Tashi Phuntsok | December 3rd, 2012 | 6:38 pm

    Dear Jamyang la,

    all of your articles (including this one) concerning CTA’s alleged role in RFA incident looks more like non-fiction novel rather than responsible (and investigative) journalistic pieces on this serious issue of allegation against CTA. Your articles (allegations), its responses and counter responses all argue over immaterial point of whether Sikyong really met Liu or not during those specific (disputed) time in London. Even if he had met her during that time, it does not prove any bit of allegation leveled against Sikyong (CTA) and Liu. The real issue (allegation by yourself) and question here is whether Sikyond (CTA) conspired with Liu in removing Ngapo from RFA ? To that crucial question, your articles do not at all provide any credible, sufficient and reasonable evidence or prove. Instead, your basic arguments and premise (in your pieces) all rests on fanciful and wild presumptions, which do not reflect any hint of responsible journalistic standards and reasonableness.

    Here are some of the evidences (your own writings in this article) of your wild and fanciful presumption of guilt of CTA and Liu:

    (1) “But Ms. Libby Liu of RFA appears to have ambitions of becoming the supreme boss of all the combined networks, and has been cultivating the friendship of important people to ensure her bid for the top position.”
    — How do you know (what evidence) of her ambitions.

    (2) “It is possible that Sikyong Lobsang Sangye made the first offer of access to the Dalai Lama to Libby and RFA.”
    — Where is the proof of that god damn offer, or is it your imagination.

    (3) “Of course just a single visit by His Holiness to RFA would not really serve Libby Liu’s plan to demonstrate to the BBG her closeness to the Dalai Lama. So more opportunities were created for her meet His Holiness in Dharamshala and various other places he was visiting.”
    — How do you know (what evidence) more opportunities were created (in this regard) for the ultimate purpose of realizing her (alleged) ambition to get top job in the RFA administration (as you suggested).

    (4) “Incidentaly in the sidelines Lobsang Sangay and Libby Liu appears to have had a meeting where Jigme Ngabo’s dismissal was discussed.”
    — Most serious presumption among all these wild allegations is this line or assertion, where you casually pronounced the guilt of both Sikyong (CTA) and Liu without giving any credible (expected) proof. Your entire thesis (or novel) is premised on this line, in which you only showed your proof as presumption (by using “appears to have …discussed”). What you really need to prove (when you are making such wild and serious allegations) is actual “Conspiracy” by those alleged parties in removing Ngabo and interfering in RFA matters. So, you are nowhere near that level of expected reasonable standard of proof, instead you connected dots with your own whimsical and fanciful, fictitious presumptions and imaginations.

    (5) “I think the best damage containment strategy we can implement right now is for the exile-parliament (sans Pempa Tsering) to conduct a full-dress investigation as I have suggested in a previous post, enough to satisfy all concerned so that we can put a tight lid on this mess.”
    — If you are managed to give or show at least expected reasonable evidence (prima facie) of such interference, you don’t need to demand investigation from ATPD, the exile-Parliament will themselves initiate such impartial enquiry.

    * But before all these, first, burden of proof is on YOU, who brought such serious allegations, to provide reasonable proof of such conspiracy. Equity demands that burden (thought rebuttal) rests on those who allege certain things. Showing certain facts of their (sikyong and liu) meetings does not at all incriminate their guilt, you must know that.

  18. tenzin | December 3rd, 2012 | 6:46 pm

    The second pictures with HHDL was disgusting. I can not beleive it.

  19. Maura | December 3rd, 2012 | 6:48 pm

    DOES the private office in Dharamshala know that Liby Liu, with the assist of Kalden Lodoe, has fired Jigme Ngabo for political reasons, thereby harming RFA’s Tibet service at a time when the self immolations are exploding and RFA’s work has never been better and is getting recognitions around the globe?? Why does Kalden Lodoe have the power to get private audiences with HH Dalai Lama for his cronies, when many much more deserving people who have worked so hard for Tibet for so long, CANNOT????? Kalden Lodoe is said to have many relatives in the CTA and is trying to get a relative into Jigme’s job. This nepotism is abusive and harmful.

  20. Gyamtso Kyab | December 3rd, 2012 | 6:58 pm

    Things are ppouring in now, and no one can stop it now. Carry on so that the light, if any, at the end of the tunnel will leave nothing in darkness.

  21. Tashi Phuntsok | December 3rd, 2012 | 7:15 pm

    Maura la,
    thank god you did not incriminate CTA in this allegation. Though I have nothing for and against kalden lodoe, How do you know and what prove do you have of their (Lodoe and Liu) collusion to fire Ngapo? Are you making such statement based on reasonable facts and evidences, or just making casual statements (of he says, she says so kind) because everyone else these days seems to make such wild allegations and theories.

  22. tenzin | December 3rd, 2012 | 9:55 pm

    An artcle by Claudi Arpi in his blog.

    Friday, November 30, 2012L’Affaire Radio Free Asia
    Though I have been closely following L’Affaire Ngabo from the time, Tsering Woeser mentioned it for the first time on her blog (in Chinese), I refrained to write about it.
    A couple of weeks after Woeser’s first posting, an English translation was available on the site High Peaks Pure Air.
    Now that the issue has come up in the Indian media (see The Hindu’s article below), I feel that I should pen (on the keyboard) some of my thoughts.
    Several commentators/actors have already aired the views, this includes an arrogant US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, clarifications from the Tibetan Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay and a Statement from the Tibetan Parliament.
    Intellectual Jamyang Norbu has also given his opinion on the Affaire.
    What surprises me most in the entire saga is that the victim (Jigme Ngabo) has not spoken, or a least not officially (though 41 Tibetans from the RFA Staff wrote a letter defending him).
    Why defend someone who has not even complained?
    Or has he only complained in China, to people like Tsering Woeser?
    My question is therefore why taking a side on Ngabo’s dismissal when Ngabo remains silent.
    Ms. Libby Liu has also kept strangely quiet. As the boss of Radio Free Asia, it was her duty to show some transparency and explains the conditions under which the contract of Jigme Ngabo were terminated.
    To remain silent opens the
    door to all speculations.
    Ms Liu should be true to Radio FREE Asia, otherwise as Tsering Woeser pointed out, what is the difference between a so-called FREE world and the regime in Beijing.
    If she is not allowed to speak, she should consider resigning from her job.

    It is also rarely mentioned, but Jigme Ngabo is the son of Ngawang Jigme Ngabo, who worked closely with the Chinese since the beginning of the ‘liberation’ (invasion) of Tibet.
    I have often written on Ngabo Sr. on this blog.
    It should also not be forgotten that Jigme Ngabo had extensive contacts in China and particularly in the Party. It could have perhaps been useful if the negotiations were to start again.
    Or while in RFA’s, has Ngabo walked on someone’s foot in the Tibetan Establishment? It is possible, but one can only speculate in the current opaque atmosphere.
    First and foremost nobody asked: who is benefiting the ‘crime’?
    Undoubtedly it is the Communist leadership in Beijing who, without doing anything, has shown the world the deep division in the Tibetan society.
    It has been demonstrated that Dharamsala’s political stand is not accepted by all Tibetans in the Diaspora (and in Tibet, where nobody immolate itself for the Middle Path).
    Radio Free Asia would do a great service to the Tibetan cause by being more transparent and if he has really been victimized, Jigme Ngabo should speak openly and not through proxies.

    U.S. lawmaker accuses Tibet’s government-in-exile of silencing dissidents
    The Hindu
    November 30, 2012
    Chander Suta Dogra
    A row has broken out between the Dharamsala-based Tibetan government-in-exile (TGIE) and Congressman Dana Rohrabacher over the removal of Jigme Ngabo, the head of the Tibetan language service of Radio Free Asia (RFA), earlier this month.
    Mr. Rohrabacher has alleged that the government-in-exile was manipulating news coverage of itself and had engineered the dismissal of Mr. Ngabo, who was reportedly not toeing its line on the resolution of the Tibetan issue.
    The U.S. lawmaker, whose allegations have been supported by some prominent Tibetan intellectuals, has also suggested that U.S. aid given to the government-in-exile for the welfare of Tibetan refugees might have been misused.
    After Mr. Ngabo, a long-time employee of the RFA was fired, Mr. Rohrabacher and some dissident Tibetans critical of the Dalai Lama’s middle-way approach to resolving the Tibetan issue accused the government-in-exile of stifling free speech within the Tibetan community. Demanding an investigation into claims of censorship within the RFA, Mr. Rohrabacher has said, “Jigme Ngabo’s services were terminated for political reasons. RFA needs to continue to be the source for accurate information.”
    Mr. Rohrabacher, one of the leading supporters of the Tibetan cause, who had in 2007 called for a boycott of the Beijing Olympics over China’s treatment of ethnic Tibetans, in a letter to the elected Prime Minister of the government-in-exile, Lobsang Sangay, wrote: “Actions taken by you and other Tibetan leaders are eroding the support within the U.S. Congress for the Tibetan cause. I will not tolerate machinations by you or your associates to deprive the Tibetans of the joys of open debate and free exchange of information that RFA has provided.”
    He went on to say: “I am also aware of serious accusations that the U.S. funding meant for Tibetans may have been misspent, and perhaps goes into the pockets of Chinese and Tibetan power brokers.” In 2012, the U.S. government gave $7.5 million to the exiled government. .
    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has responded to these accusations saying: “Keeping in view the objective of the radio service, we have expressed our opinion and concerns in and outside the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile regarding contents of some programs of Radio Free Asia in the past and we shall do so in future as well, which we consider is well within our democratic rights. We have neither in the past nor will we ever in future interfere in its functioning.”
    Parliament’s Speaker Penpa Tsering, in a letter to Mr. Rohrabacher made public on Wednesday, welcomed scrutiny by a U.S. agency over the utilisation of funds. “We wish to state in unequivocal terms that any assistance by U.S. received through the Central Tibetan Administration are accounted and audited through proper democratic mechanisms with full transparency and accountability.”
    The crux of the dispute lies in the increasing discomfort within the government-in-exile over the self-immolations by Tibetans inside Tibet (almost 80 till the beginning of this week) that has triggered a debate in the exile community about the usefulness of continuing with the Dalai Lama’s middle way approach. Most of those who immolated themselves had been demanding complete independence and the Dalai Lama’s return to Tibet. Those opposed to the Dalai Lama’s policy said Mr. Ngabo irked the government-in-exile by encouraging open discussions on various options for Tibet’s future, including outright independence.
    His removal was preceded by several interactions between government-in-exile officials and RFA head Libby Liu.
    Jamyang Norbu, a prominent Tibetan intellectual whose contract with the RFA was also cancelled, wrote in his blog this week: “It is an article of faith in the Central Tibetan Administration that if somehow all independence activism and discussion were halted or contained, then Beijing would agree to the “genuine autonomy” solution proposed in the Dalai Lama’s Middle Way policy; or would, at least, resume the negotiations it terminated two year ago.” He went on to say that given the extremely sensitive situation prevailing in Tibet as a result of the immolations “it would not be unreasonable to assume that Beijing wants Dharamsala to stop the “splittist” messaging from exile, particularly from RFA broadcasts, which it firmly believes is fuelling the immolations and protests within Tibet. Dharamsala in turn probably shares Beijing’s concerns as the self-immolation crisis in Tibet and the resignations of the Tibetan envoys have placed extreme pressure on the TGIE leadership’s signature Middle Way policy.”
    The government-in-exile’s position, however, is that the steps taken by it in resolving the Tibetan issue are unanimously approved by the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile and the “U.S. government has stood firmly behind us.”
    The RFA was created in 1996 as a private, not-for-profit corporation funded by the U.S. government to “provide information to people living under repressive regimes in Asia

  23. Yeshi Khando | December 3rd, 2012 | 10:29 pm

    Thank you JN for connecting the dots and breaking them down into pieces so that people like me could understand easily. You are a hero, true Tibetan, educator and tibetan nationalist. looking forward to seeing more articles on your blog.

    Hey guys if you don’t like JN’s blog than shut up and open your own web blog to answer him. Time to come out clean and brave. Whatever and however you write in this comment section, we don’t value much because you’re writting under disguise.

  24. Dorjee | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:23 pm

    Jamyang la.. Thanks for the beautiful and well documented piece. I am not really big fan of Ngapo Jigme and I really care less about why he is fired. But I think it’s high time for someone from RFA whether it’s the woman who involved in a sex scandal or that guy who direct CTA officials without holding any CTA post to speak about this issue. This is outrageous now.

    Who is this guy called Kalden Lodoe? Is he really a Tibetan? Why Tibetan settlement people has to receive Libby Liu in an official capacity? What great things she has done to Tibetans and it’s cause? Why the F*** you (Kalden Lodoe) need VIP pass? Who are you? You are just an employee at RFA. Why you deserve VIP Pass? Kalden Lodoe better need to learn some manners otherwise his ass is gonna wipe out.

    The person who has done something for Tibet cause and who have left a great legacy for the Tibetans are the people who need audience with Dalai Lama and who need VIP pass not like someone who involves in sex scandal and neither someone like Kalden Lodoe who are full selfishness. Middle Finger to Kalden Lodoe.

  25. Zahwa | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:24 pm

    Dear jamyang norbu la,
    Now is not the time to split out our exile community to please to CCP. And I am not saying your are wrong but it is time to unite and better to SHUT UP now ……

  26. Tsering | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:37 pm

    Jamyang la, thank you very much …you have done a great job in letting the truth out…. Truth always hurts and it will definitely make sekhong Lobsang Sangye la and others think a twice in future…. I totally agree with you and we need to protect Kundhun. Very disappointed by these sick politician using his holiness for personal gain …

  27. Sangay | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:40 pm

    Kalden Lodoe treats the Dalai Lama as his ordinary buddy.

    Before the Karlachakra initiation, some years ago, the Dalai Lama was giving a speech to the Tibetan audience in D.C Kalden Lodoe took the Dalai Lama’s hands showed up and down, and the Dalai Lama followed him and confused. While the Dalai Lama is giving the speech in D.C to Tibetans, Kalden Lodoe walked up behind and handed the mic to his Holiness,without bending in respect but instead standing up tall and so arrogant. Every one present there were shocked by the way, this ex monk handles the Dalai Lama, absolutely no respect, or sense of sensitivity, all Tibetans respect the Dalai lama as a Buddha, and Kalden Lodoe deals with the Dalai Lama like an ordinary guy. Now the picture that we are seeing is terrifying.

    Kalden lodoe begged donations in the name of Dalai Lama In Taiwan. Kalden Lodoe,lost His Holiness handbag in Taiwan. Kalden Lode visited brothels. Kalden Lode beat up his wife. How can such a man so close access to Dalai lama.
    He will drag down His Holiness feet.

  28. Ja Khading.. | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:44 pm

    Tashi Phunstok,

    I bet you are a lawyer, given your third-class sophistry, aimed at diverting the real issue. Despite the leaked email, still you assert that you want naked evidence of Kalden Lodoe’s machinations. By the way how can you forget KL’s authoritarian deeds during the Kalachakra in DC, when he had the audacity to kick out Shonu Tsogtso for selling T-shirts emblazoned with the words ‘Tibetan Government in Exile.’ Can’t you see this act is far worse than that of the Chinese? If you are still blind, deliberately blind and ignorant to all these, then I feel pity on you!

  29. tashi7 | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:46 pm

    TGIE has proper system of accounting and transparency about where the fund is being used.There is tibetan parliament in exile meetings specially for early budgeting of funds to various departments and also passing of bills.later on,there is internal and external investigation whether the funds been used properly or not.
    There is no fault in the TGIE which is democratic in nature.If there is any problem then the allegations have to made against the concerned individual with facts and reasoning in the tibetan conflict resolve court in TGIE.
    Otherwise,allegations will not serve anybody’s noble feeling of educating the masses but rather spread rumours that will creat pain and discomfort to tibetans inside and outside at a time when unity is most important.

  30. tashi7 | December 3rd, 2012 | 11:57 pm

    For the last few weeks when so many of us have been forced to waste time on this issue, incredibly brave and selfless people inside Tibet have been giving up their lives for Rangzen and for the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to a free Tibet. It is now a sacred duty for all of us not only to keep up the freedom struggle but to make sure the Dalai Lama’s tremendous international stature and his supreme role as spiritual and sovereign leader of the Tibetan nation, is in no way manipulated or undermined by politicians and opportunists to serve their own narrow ambitions.
    JN la thank you for raising this point in particular about the HH The Dalai Lama.I fully agree with you.

  31. A Salar | December 4th, 2012 | 1:17 am

    My heart trembled when some well-intended 4 YouthOfTibey compared JN to Gendün Chöphel. For those of us non-Tibetans who admire him, Gendün Chöphel towers in the history of Tibet and is comparable to Lu Xun (whom JN seems to admire, too). I even suspect that the reason there are so many protesters, rebels, and self-immolators in his hometown Rebgong has much to do with his heroic and iconoclastic spirit, still alive when I visited his house just a year ago. Yet the tragic history seems to be repeating itself at this very moment of crisis when another brave soul that is JN is being pilloried, even only symbiotically. The symbolic pillory in 2012 reads disturbingly similar to the tragic death in 1951. Take care, Professor JN!

  32. gyalpot | December 4th, 2012 | 1:30 am

    Our current situation in exile reminds me of Aesop’s fable about a Miller his son and a donkey heading to town, up to the point where the donkey fell of the bridge with its feet tied. In the same sense our elected officials and NGOs seem to be behaving like the Man and his son, listening to all and everyone without their own sense of direction or focus. And the Chinese are not standing idly by, in fact, they are spending millions of dollars to make you drop the “Donkey” and let it drown. The focus should be on Tibet, not what path you choose; by the way, neither has gone very far. The way things look, it is time more participation in the running of CTA should be encouraged by our brothers and sisters in Tibet. With modern day technology and virtual space, a government in exile can truly be run by our brave country from Tibet.

  33. Ja Khading.. | December 4th, 2012 | 1:38 am

    Gyalpot,

    You said ‘the focus should be on Tibet, not path you choose.’ It appears you have understood the fables well. The path, whether one wants to compromise Chinese occupation (Middle Way) or go for justice (that is independence), is the key to Tibet! That’s the soul of the legitimate debate occurring in exile. Why don’t you see that, or may be you don’t have courage to face this reality head on?

  34. Ja Khading.. | December 4th, 2012 | 1:39 am

    Salar,

    You are one intelligent Tibetan. Bravo and Kudos.

  35. tibetan | December 4th, 2012 | 2:20 am

    PEOPLE LIKE MAURA ARE HELPING JAMYANG NORBU SPREAD HIS LIES AND EXAGGERATIONS… THEY ARE DESTROYERS IN THE NAME OF SUPPORTER

  36. Tibetan Warrior | December 4th, 2012 | 2:40 am

    Kalden Lodoe:

    This is a final warning. You better stop licking ass or you will be fired.
    You and Buchung Tsering at ICT are two foxes in Tibetan society. You licking Liu’s ass and Buchung licking Gari’s ass.

    Watch out!

  37. Joe Hamilton | December 4th, 2012 | 2:45 am

    I wonder how many powerful Tibetans she has in her sweet and sour hairy pocket ????

    The only really good thing about really bad regimes is that they keep detailed records on everyone and everything.

    One day these pathetic details will be made public on

    PUSSYLEAKS !

  38. Maura | December 4th, 2012 | 3:56 am

    Hello Mr TIBETAN – your language smacks of the CCP’s 50 cent club. Just for the record, neither I nor Jamyang Norbu fired Jigme Ngabo, which has created a serious crisis in the RFA Tibet service at a time when RFA’s reporting on the self immolations in Chinese Occupied Tibet has NEVER BEEN BETTER – this isn’t a “lie”, Jamyang is simply reporting the facts. Clearly that makes you, whomever you are, very agitated. Sorry about that.

  39. sonamtopga | December 4th, 2012 | 6:16 am

    RFA authorities may have valid reasons to fire junior Ngabo, as it was done, of course, everybody has the right to express their own opinions; however to my mind, Jamyang la, this time around has made a mountain out of a mole hill. Please remember, Lobsang Sangay is the political leader of the Tibetans,therefore, it would be correct for him to try with all possible means to leverage political dividends in any way he can in favour of the Tibetan issue;if, Libby Liu is powerfully positioned so much so that she could impact the modus operandi of RFA, seen her sitting close to the Dalai Lama is not a big deal, it is unthinkable how a highly educated and forward looking person like Jamyangla is capable of making silly and romantic remarks about the code of conduct for foreign diplomats in posing with the Dalai Lama; we need political leverage and by roping in Libby Liu, even through the medium of the Dalai Lama, i think our political leader is on the right track, politically speaking.

  40. Gyalsten | December 4th, 2012 | 8:34 am

    Slide show of the man called Kalden Lodoe, Sikyong’s now famous power broker:

    First, the question: How on earth, as the leaked e-mailed demonstrated Kalden Lodoe has such power and hold on CTA, to shout orders for VIP arrangement for him and his boss.

    Part of answer can be found from his reach and influence “proudly” provided by his friends who admiringly called him Choe Kalden.

    They say he has Trishul, meaning he draws his power from Kungoe Lobsang Gawa, his teacher; Kungo Lobsang Jinpa, his brother-in-law and Chhime Rinzin.

    There is a myth( part perpetuated by himself) that it is better to keep him in good humor, otherwise careers get destroyed if one happens to step on his toe, once he start bad mouthing about them to high and above. ( Jigme Ngabo seems to be the latest example.)

    All his friends acknowledge that he is boastful by nature and in most cases he would be the one who will spill all the beans himself.( Case of who needs enemies when you have friends like him. Lesson , equally boastful Sikyong is learning now the hard way.)

    Among Kalden’s outrageous claims, he has remarked to his friends that except for former U-Tsang Chithue Tseten Norbu, all the people who sought his support has won in election. Among the names he has dropped includes Chithue Dawa Phunkyi, Chithue Dawa Tsering, Chithue Sertha Tsutrim, Chithue Thupten Lungrik and few others. ( Perhaps he seems to imply the power of his RFA show ? Don’t know for sure.)

    In fact, he has told people that Chithue Dawa Tsering and Chithue Thupten Lungrik have always ended up paying for all bills at Hotel Tibet feast they had, losing to his political bets. ( What to make of it?)

    Using his connection to “Trishul” it was reported that he had resorted to shake down of some rich and powerful Taiwanese Buddhist devotees asking money for some imaginary ” Virginia Tibet Culture Center”. People say he had collected varying figures of money in the name of this foundation. ( Some Chinese documents seems to be available highlighting this fact.)

    ( His friends say that for past few years he has incurred huge financial loss when his real estate business went down. )

    He is also suspected to be the main culprit who planted unfavourable story about Ngari Rinpoche and Dhonchoe Dawa Tsering in Taiwanes press. These incidents seems to at least 3 years old.

    His friends also say that Sikyong and Kalden though not best of buddies have joined hands together in getting rid of Jigme Ngabo. Kalden Lodoe has sought financial gains( pay raise) and agreed not to content for post of directorship. Sikyong for his part could get a hand in weeding out people in Radio Free Asia who, he thinks are, not his supporters or fans.

    Few of Kalden’s lady friends in Washington, tell us that for past 3 years, he has been trashing Lodoe Gyari and Bhuchung Tsering left and right. There are reports that some how Sikyong seems to like him, for that.

    His friends say, not many Tibetan officials visiting Washington, will pass the opportunity of making at least a courtesy phone call, if not personal visit to him. Make believe? They say, latest person to make courtesy call was Kasur Joephel-la. Imaginary, may be ?

    About the sexual exploits of this guy, less said the better it is. His friends say he is making up for all the loss years as monk.

    Now for any ordinary Tibetans like us, these accusations seem so wild. But then, who in the Tibetan world has guts to kick president of TYC out of kalachakra booth for selling Rangzen and Tibetan-Government-In-Exile T- Shirts? How can one simple broadcaster kick the president of largest Tibetan political organization?

    Leaked e-mailed clearly shows Kalden Lodoe giving orders to Sikyong and CTA officials for VIP reception to him and his boss? Can any ordinary Tibetan do that? Forget about ordinary Tibetans, can any Kasur or for that matter can any current Dhonchoe do that ?

    Think people, think.

  41. Tenzin Tashi | December 4th, 2012 | 8:53 am

    Its not Maura’s mistake, its Jamyang Norbu who is misleading the Rangzen warriors including Maura, and other foreigners who truly support Tibet. JN is misinforming, miseducating such people in order to express his own personal hatred towards certain people like Lobsang Sangay, and Buchung K Tsering. In fact, JN is jealous of these people for being unable to have position or power that these people hold.
    Jamyang Norbu lak, wake up please, you are being misused by Beijing as much you are misinforming Rangzen warriors and for god sake, resculpture your brain, and use your time for Tibet instead of boosting your writing skill in English, and playing such dumb ass games.
    There are many Tibetans whose english writing skill is much better than yours, but their true sense of nationalism, and love for Tibet won’t letting them act like you merely misinforming others, and writing stupid things in order to gain reader on your blog. To be honest, I used to love your writings when i was young but as I grow I hate your writings. I am sure same will be with many young Tibetans, and I am sure one day, you will not get any Tibetan or Tibet supporters to read your write ups. But Beijing officials will read for sure in order to use your write ups to attack HH and CTA.

  42. Zahwa | December 4th, 2012 | 10:27 am

    Kalden lodoe must be Chinese ass sucker ,,,,,

  43. Sangay | December 4th, 2012 | 10:46 am

    Maura and Joe Hamilton, thank you for your supports. You two great human beings are doing owesome job and we Tibetans ought to be grateful to you both! Free Tibet!!!

  44. gyalpot | December 4th, 2012 | 11:10 am

    Ja Khading:
    I am a follower of those who propose Rangzen but I also believe in compromise between the two extremes; Middle Way and Rangzen. At this time however, I see no movement forward on either camps for an expedited solution to the grave situation in our fatherland, and that worries us the common Tibetans. As you may well know, the Great Mahatma Gandhi believed in compromise and was the great glue that bound the majority of the Indian freedom struggle movements together against the British Raj. Gandhi ji did not lose sight of his goal but was willing to choose different tactics to achieve his goal in the broader sense of ahimsa. Speaking of courage, don’t you see the extreme example that our brothers and sisters in Tibet are setting for us with their lives?

  45. LHAKPA DOLMA | December 4th, 2012 | 12:21 pm

    SonamTopga, i dont agree with you one bit. this kind of thinking that somewhere somebody more powerful than us will save us – is the bane of our struggle. it is an illusion. no wonder the more we give , the more we lose. we have seen what kind of power the world leaders have demonstrated when it comes to china and doing business with china. compared to those world leaders what can a libby liu do do for us? in fact, she is the one deriving power from HHDL and the tibetans. sadly, I have seen this kind of mentality very rampant in our society and we end of wishy washy.

  46. Tenzin Dechoe | December 4th, 2012 | 12:32 pm

    People should know that Jamyang Norbu la has no personal issue with Sikyon or CTA. CTA should rather correct their political shortsightedness and invest their energies to chalk strategies to counter CCP, rather than giving any political concessions to CCP and gagging and silencing the people who advocates Rangzen.

    Lobsang Sangay, who claims to have trained his mind from Harvard, doesn’t he understand that CCP is play game with us.

    CTA should at once form and independent committee to probe into the matter, rather than writing and circulating letters of funny and unofficial nature.

    Though I am not an Rangzen supporter but I will definitely raise voice, if the rights of people are perched like this

  47. DorjeWoodward | December 4th, 2012 | 12:51 pm

    We’re giving so much to credence to Libby Liu’s position. She is NOT from the diplomat corps.

    Ms. Libby Liu heads the US funded RFA – a tremendous boon to many Asians battling Communism & growing into Liberal, Democratic & Transparent societies. The point of contention here is the change in direction her leadership has started moving towards……and the subtle unseen consequences……..Can someone in the ‘know’ throw some light on this?

  48. tash7 | December 4th, 2012 | 1:42 pm

    CCP is very cunning and not trustworthy.In 2008,when CCP needed to have good image of china in the world stage ,it offers dialogue with TGIE–which was fruitless–just to use TGIE to fool the world.
    Now a days, our brave brothers and sisters in tibet doing self- immolations and world is concerned about tibet’s suffering under CCP.It will use the same old tactic/trick of making china look good on world stage.
    The time is ripe to discuss how best to stand up for tibet unitedly against CCP.

  49. TIMEforCHANGE | December 4th, 2012 | 3:01 pm

    When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. -Thomas Jefferson

  50. Tenzin Gyaltsok | December 4th, 2012 | 7:00 pm

    Jamyang Norbu….Ok tell me what is your contribution to the Tibetan community? You always seem to very critical (destructive) of CTA (established by HHDL)…whose tremendous responsibility and contribution we are all aware of….for example, the school you went to as a result of which you are now able to pen down destructive criticisms in the form of Waiting for Mangtso and the most recent crap of accusing the HHDL, Sikyong and Rep of NYC in dismissal of the Ngabo….which turned out to be completely baseless. So I feel you should stop misleading people into believing in your composition of criticisms. I even doubt your true intention or motive of your criticisms that are not based facts and I not sure how you pay/paid your rent/mortgage. But still if you’ve any sense of Tibetanness left in you…start writing something constructive. If I were you…I would write about How Jigme Ngabo gets to work for a Tibetan Radio Service when his father for whatever reasons (excuses) signed the whole of Tibet OFF to China and now lives a very comfortable life in the catipal of China-Bejing and is known to have quite an influence in the CCP..!!! Just a Thought..!!!

  51. Pema Trinley | December 4th, 2012 | 7:03 pm

    wow, people so funny in this room! who is your enemy China(CCP) or Central Tibetan Administration(CTA). I real confused you guys!! Be cool and Be Tibetan, standing up you are principle whether you are seeking independent for Tibet or you are seeking Autonomy region for Tibet. Be cool and Be Tibetan.

  52. Tenzin Jigme | December 4th, 2012 | 7:47 pm

    Thuji Sik:

    I am troubled and concerned to hear these allegations from many people such as JN and the likes against CTA for plotting with Libby Liu to force out Ngabo Jigme from his post as the Director of RFA Tibetan section. Let me start by saying that our Sikyong Lobsang Sangay and our CTA officials are not immune to criticism when they have rightfully deserved them. As always human beings make mistakes and so our elected officials are bound to make some during their tenure. Majority of the Tibetan community in exile and the CTA are proud to display many functions of a full fledged democracy implemented in exile without a single acre of our own sovereign land.

    I concur with some who think that most of the rationale/logic behind JN’s conclusion that CTA is involved in the RFA scandal, has a distinct smell of a fiction based novel. Giving credit where it is due, JN should be commended for his immense resources that produced an email from Kalden Lodoe to an official from the CTA. I fully agree that his background of being a Middle Way believer has seemingly given him some leverage with CTA officials. CTA should ensure that favoritism based on political ideologies (which can be proven easily without a reasonable doubt) should not be practiced and publicly state so as well.

    Again as pointed out by JN, the frequency of Libby Liu’s meeting with HHDL, LS and CTA officials in Dharamsala (also the anticipated visit to Bylakuppe and Mundgod) can lead someone (as JN has) to conclude that there must have been a plot/scheme by all parties mentioned above to boot Ngabo Jigme for holding a pro-independence stand towards the Tibetan issue. I still think that it is way too early to throw baseless allegation simply on a hunch that the timing of the events (with plotting/scheming as an agenda) had lead to Ngabo Jigme dismissal.

    I will refrain from commenting on Ngabo Jigme due to my lack of knowledge of him (except what you read on Wiki). The immediate victim here is Ngabo Jigme himself and it is imperative that he make/release a statement about his side of the story unless he has nothing to defend. Giving him the benefit of doubt that he had done a marvelous job during his 16 years of service as the Director of RFA Tibet section, he has to defend himself regardless of where the blame falls upon. The alleged person or group of conspirators should be given a chance to provide their defense also.

    Until then it is just “he say she say” and just a lot of noise/gossip within our Tibetan community. We have to admit we are pretty renowned for gossiping and spreading rumors not with malicious intent of-course. My request to all is please refrain from doing just that.

  53. Bhula | December 4th, 2012 | 7:55 pm

    Who is this Kalden Lodeo? The way he treated the Tibetan people at the Kalachakra in DC was pathetic and low. There is a Tibetan saying:
    Pangku goo la shakna, kyila thegah yok yoong…

  54. Peme Trinley | December 4th, 2012 | 8:42 pm

    Look, we all stupid! Why this time Jigme la is fired by Director Miss Libby of RFA. Who is she? She is Chinese from China! She fired jigme la this time because self-immolations are going on in Tibet. She wants to interrupt Tibetans pay attention about self immolations. Now we all stopped pay attention self immolations Tibetans in Tibet, and we are all talking about Jigme la. This is exactly Miss Libby wanted. so all stupid!

  55. kawa karpo | December 4th, 2012 | 8:58 pm

    I like jamyang norbu la’s article. but not this time. about rfa you are go too far.

  56. Leaks show JN licking Chinese ass | December 4th, 2012 | 9:12 pm

    Jamyang Norbu is on the China’s pay roll , a group of us did a research on that and the leaked documents that I found are almost confirmed by tauthorative third parties

  57. Karma | December 4th, 2012 | 9:17 pm

    Whatever happened so far, there should be thoroughly clarification from all the responsible people, including Sikyong, Ngabo Jigme, President libby, Kalden Lodoe, Kugo Lobsang Ngyendak. It’s a politics and politician should play fair game in this game. Otherwise you all will be the dirty player of this politics.

  58. Tsering Dolker | December 4th, 2012 | 9:42 pm

    JN had his say.
    LS denied having relationship with Liu.
    LN denied having been to London.
    RFA officers support Ngapo Jr.
    CTA support Ngapo senior.
    Libby Liu is in hiding in south India.
    Ngapo jr is in hiding in south DC.

    Can we conclude now that one pussy cat destroyed the peace
    In exile? Is this what is called pussy control?

  59. Ja Khading.. | December 4th, 2012 | 10:58 pm

    Gyalpot-la,

    Gandhi was, in your words, trying to compromise with the British in the initial stages, as he was asking only for ‘self-rule.’ But then, as you are aware of, he finally realized that the British colonizers can’t be trusted for that, and the only way out is for total Indian independence, which Gandhi finally opted and worked for – I don’t have to go into the details of history. Gandhi’s greatest, and final movement, was as you know it well: Quit India Movement.
    As for the Tibetan struggle under the leadership of Dalai Lama, he has decided that he’s only for self-rule, autonomy or associated status, whatever we call it. One thing is for sure he will never graduate in his struggle, as Gandhi graduated from self-rule to total independence. Dalai Lama, as far as my understanding is concerned, has fully given up Tibetan independence. But the final decision will be made by the Tibetan people. As for them, they are convinced that they can’t live with the Chinese. The self immolations, as you alluded to, are proof of this. The sooner we realize this in exile, the better it would be for our struggle.

  60. Karma | December 4th, 2012 | 11:06 pm

    སྐུ་ཞབས་འཇམ་ནོར་ལགས། ཁྱེད་ཀྱིས་རང་ཉིད་ཀྱི་ནད་རྙིང་དེའི་ཆེད་དུ་བཤད་ཀྱི་ཡོད་པ་ལས། བོད་མི་རིགས་ཀྱི་ཆེད་དུ་བཤད་ཀྱི་མེད་པ་ངས་གཞི་ནས་ཤེས་བྱུང། ཁྱེད་རང་ཤེས་ཡོན་པ་ཞིག་ཡིན་པའི་ཆ་ནས་ང་རྒྱལ་དེ་འདྲ་མ་གནང་ན་ཡག་པོ་ཡོད་རེད། དེར་བརྟེན་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་དུ་ཁྱེད་ལས་ཤེས་ཡོན་དམན་ཀྱང་ལྷག་བསམ་ཕྱུག་པ་རྣམས་ལ་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ཀྱི་ནང་དུ་གུས་བཀུར་ཆེ་ཞིང་དགའ་ཞེན་མི་བྱས་སམ། དེ་ཚོ་ནི་ཁོང་ཚོས་མི་རིགས་ཀྱི་ཆེད་དུ་ཐུབ་མིན་ལ་མ་ལྟོས་པར་གང་ཐུབ་ཞིག་བྱེད་ཀྱི་ཡོད་པས་རེད། དེར་བརྟེན་ཁྱེད་ནས་ངེས་པར་དུ་རང་ཉིད་རྒྱལ་ཁ་ཐོབ་རྒྱུ་དེ་མིན་པར་བོད་མི་རིགས་རྒྱལ་ཁ་ཐོབ་པའི་ཆེད་དུ་བྱ་བ་ཞིག་བསྒྲུབ་ན་མི་ལེགས་སམ།

  61. An Observer | December 4th, 2012 | 11:42 pm

    JN la,

    You are doing a magnificent job shining a blinding light into very dark and smelly places. Do not allow yourself to be silenced by the threats and insults of those uncomforted by the glare of sunlight.

    I must disagree with you on one point: in my humble opinion a genuine enquiry into interference in the RFA’s independence and the application of US funding cannot be done by the TPiE as you suggest and hope. Not only do they lack jurisdiction over the RFA, they have a conflict of interest in regard to the responsibility of overseeing foreign funding.

    Besides, the TPiE have already issued a magnificently short-sighted and hasty rebuttal in writing. They cannot now backtrack and hope to be seen to genuinely conduct the structured and comprehensive enquiry that they might have undertaken in the first place. In these circumstances any outcome from a TGiE enquiry will not be taken seriously. It’s too late, the yak has bolted. I’m sorry to tell you this.

    It is now very likely that the US authorities will conduct their own investigation into this scandal, primarily because US taxpayers’ funds are involved. This may take some time to occur, but with such an enquiry we can expect that the key players will find themselves subpoenaed and questioned under oath. Under US law anyone failing to tell the truth under oath would perjure themselves and end up with a little extra “meditation time” in a US institution, one not of their choice.

    Unfortunately, this is no longer a matter of “Tibetan peoples’ business only”. I see this whole affair as a cathartic and necessary step to clean out the rampant nepotism and cronyism once and for all. The boil must be lanced.

    You are a very brave fellow. Kudos to you sir.

  62. Tsering Dorjee | December 5th, 2012 | 12:15 am

    Where is this Libby woman? How many men’s lives is she gonna ruin? After having sexual relationship with the district attorney, which others observed were mutual, she then does an about turn and accuse him of sexual harrassment and got him fired. Not to mention, this Libbygate happened just two days before her marriage!!!!! What a low serving animal does this two days before her own marriage???

    Does Lobsang Sangay and his cohorts truly believe Libby is not going to backstab him and accuse him of sexual harrassment again – not that he is not used to that experience.

    Libbygate for the win!

  63. Free Tibet | December 5th, 2012 | 2:21 am

    I bet Lobsang Sangay banging Libby woman for sure..He has that nerve erotica.. Jamyang Nurbu La, i really admire what you do for the cause of our Country Tibet. We need more intelligent person like you in our community..

  64. Joe Hamilton | December 5th, 2012 | 5:38 am

    It is no secret that JN la has his enemies. The basis of such attacks is usually the worn out “against HH ” crap that has absolutely no foundation.

    I believe that JN la is fullfilling HH´s most personal wish that we as individuals stand up for the truth and that JN la is closer to HH than most of the parasites that crowd HH, bow low and make sure that especially outspoken people of integrity and honesty are not only kept away but slandered too. Not a tactic developed by the exiled masters coz it´s used by all weak crowds.

    I find it disturbing that the people who attack JN la with this weakest of weak arguments are not out on the streets now ( or at least posting online ) after seeing the pictures of MADAME LUI, dressed like a whore as if she is just taking a break from a series of lap dances.

    But maybe these people are so against JN la that they don´t click on the link he provided. I urge you to and then you can prove that you really care about how HH is respected.

    And who is responsible for the security of HH during these meetings ?

    Are people never given advice before they meet HH about at least dress code.

    Or are there exceptions in exile for high ranking chinese that they can do, say and dress how they want in the presence of HH….just like the chinese assholes in Tibet that spit, laugh giggle, drink , smoke and fuck all around and probably if they pay enough inside the Jokhang temple ??

    If this is the best Lui can do then I beg not to have to look at pics of this slut in a private situation ! I am sure some people known to us have such pictures of their sweet and sour honeytrap !

  65. tuturani2013 | December 5th, 2012 | 8:30 am

    This message is to kalden lodoe. I don’t have much idea about you other than what I hear, feel and sense. Beating wife is insane and you are liable for prosecution ( are you having an affair with LL). Nevetheless, its your private world. But your negative/cunning activities by using DL name for your private colorisation is not tolerable. I could have gone on writing but I know, there is no end and so I end here. Hey, Kalden, if there little human decency left in you… please explain things clearly for the sake of Tibet and Tibetans. Tibetans in Tibet are sacrifying their lives… don’t you have any feelings.. may be not… you are a living example of Zombi.

  66. Gyalsten | December 5th, 2012 | 8:42 am

    If you folks want real change, make your complaint against Libby Lui and Kalden Lodoe by writing or calling :

    Email: oighotline@state.gov

    Mail:

    Office of Inspector General
    HOTLINE
    P.O. Box 9778
    Arlington, Virginia 22219

    Phone:
    202-647-3320 or 800-409-9926

    This office investigate all the ethical, financial and power abuse issue of personnel at Radios governed by BBG.

    web site of the Office of Inspector General is : oig.state.gov/hotline/

    This is the only way to go.

  67. LHAKPA DOLMA | December 5th, 2012 | 9:21 am

    re: Kalden Lodoe no explanation, no excuses should be entertained. He is using all his skillfull means in the most negative way.if he continues in any capacity he will corrupt the system. gyari is another who rot the system. without these 2 individual we can begin fresh and let it also be a wake up call for the others – Sikyong and Lobsang Nyendak.

  68. daveno | December 5th, 2012 | 9:26 am

    I wish Ngapo a successful transition to a new hopefully a better employment position.Best of luck chocho la.

  69. Kalsang Phuntsok | December 5th, 2012 | 9:44 am

    Here is the link to the SF Chronicle report on “office Whoopee” case involving Ms. Libby Liu

    http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/matier-ross/article/Deputy-DA-in-Office-Whoopee-Case-to-File-Lawsuit-2974391.php

    Some juicy stuff. If I was Sikyong, I won’t touch this bag of trouble even with a 10 foot long pole. But I can understand… some men have weakness for foreign fruits.

  70. DorjeWoodward | December 5th, 2012 | 11:17 am

    It is quite amazing to hear of Mr. Kalden – a regular reporter @ RFA acquiring that level of influence. Nothing wrong in that success EXCEPT from #40’s posting it sounds like that wielding of power is more like that of ‘DADAGIRI’.
    No R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

  71. tash7 | December 5th, 2012 | 11:55 am

    Miss Libby la
    I as woman respect all successful women around the world.If you really care about tibetan culture then i request you to wear a tibetan chula and speak few kind words about self-immolation in tibet.

  72. TSUNDDRU | December 5th, 2012 | 12:11 pm

    Ms Libby Liu –U seem to be lacking any sense of DECORUM.
    Honorable officials of the TGIE – Please save that part of our tradition and culture. Please work on that in the future. thank you.

  73. Tenzin | December 5th, 2012 | 12:22 pm

    JN La,

    “For the last few weeks when so many of us have been forced to waste time on this issue, incredibly brave and selfless people inside Tibet have been giving up their lives for Rangzen and for the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to a free Tibet.”

    Wonder who started it? Why are we still at it now? Is this worth our time? (not according to your own words). I am used to reading your more indepth and thoughtful writings. Why waste you time on this. NJ la, as a senior and repected Tibetan – we expect better judgement than this TV soap. Hopefully I will not be subject to similar posts in the future as I enjoy reading your blog.

  74. tsering topgyal | December 5th, 2012 | 1:44 pm

    Tenzin la

    Despite my disagreement on the content of your note,I respect the manner you have articulated your views on Jamyang la’s article.
    As a reader you would agree that his love for our country is beyond reproach and his efforts to make our government -in-exile accountable for their actions too cannot be disputed.
    We don’t always have to agree with his views, but we have to applaud voices like Jamyang la’s,these are very precious voices and extremely rare in our community,the reward is always rebuke and condemnation by people in power with absolute no personal gain for the author.
    I do not see problems with the article of Jamyang la,there appears to be serious allegations and now a vibrant debate among our people,these are the seeds of a hopeful transparent Government-in-exile.Is this not what we all seek?

  75. Tsering Wangchuk | December 5th, 2012 | 1:50 pm

    That ex monk Kalden Lodoe is a low life. At home he beats his wife, at work he plots dirty politics & games. He and those corrupted officials are cockroaches of our community.

    That sex scandal woman Libby Liu was wearing such a short skirt in audience with HH. Where the hell were those Tibetan officials around HH? They should have addressed the dress code in advance to that slut? This is very insulting for us!!!

    Jamyang Norbu la, thank you for what you are doing for our Tibetan cause! You’re a true patriot of Tibet. May Buddha is always with you!

  76. tenzin dakten | December 5th, 2012 | 2:07 pm

    I wonder who is telling the truth, In our community J.Norbu is considered a scholar yet I question is credibility since Representative Lobsang Nyendak had already submitted his clearification on this RFA matter. We feel it would be better for JN to write based on true facts rather than assumption and supposition.

  77. Joe Hamilton | December 5th, 2012 | 2:47 pm

    Lobsang Singay should be Lobbying for Tibet not Libbying for china !

  78. Tenam | December 5th, 2012 | 3:18 pm

    Joe, I agree. Lobsang Sangay is in his element when trying to impress some chinese students. but just that is not enough and maybe nothing much will come out of it- adressing a handful of students. He should be out there everyday expressing outrage and injustice at the top of his lungs and the lack of any real support from the world leaders and the media. that should be his priority.

  79. tenzin | December 5th, 2012 | 3:34 pm

    Phayul website is censoring the comment too. They are not posting messages that are little anti to CTA. Only postings critize of Jamyang norbu and other neutral comments.
    Thank you Jamyang la for such an opening platform where you can debate the pros and cons freely, no matter what is the substance. My friends in inside tibet especially in amdo were saddened and disappoint over the Jigme Ngabo’s firing SAGA. Since its happening, the cloud of seeds is appearing in their thoughts on exile administration, before they view as a SUN but now, a ray of shades is growing.
    It is a very very Sad incident.

  80. Tashi2 | December 5th, 2012 | 4:07 pm

    Phayul censors most of what I send to them too.

    I don’t believe they are censoring only those who criticize CTA, they also censor pieces which questions such things like why the H.H. Karmapa meeting a CCP official or why is Kundun always in the middle of all these intrigues (undemocratic name change, Libby Liu, Shugden controversy, retired but not really retired, etc)

    Phayul increased their censorship and also took down their popular message forum around the same time as Lobsang Sangye la came to power.

    Jamyang Norbu la please be kind to look into this our wonderful phayul sold out too.

    thank for all the good jobs

  81. Lhasawa | December 5th, 2012 | 5:12 pm

    See below piece on Chinese website.

    阿沛阿旺晋美之子被解职 达赖与藏独社团矛盾尖锐

    http://www.wenxuecity.com/news/2012/12/05/2111598.html

  82. Tibetan Warrior | December 5th, 2012 | 5:24 pm

    I wish Romney win and closed RFA. No more drama!

  83. Peme Trinley | December 5th, 2012 | 5:26 pm

    Lhasawa, Thanks, but No Thanks! no one can read Chinese in this room I think.

  84. An Observer | December 5th, 2012 | 5:48 pm

    #79. Thanks.

    Shame on Phayul for censoring. Are they being leaned on? Even Libby would disagree. See recent (11/14/12) Huffington Post article here –

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/betsy-isaacson/proposition-35-and-why-anonymity-is-good-for-you_b_2130489.html

    Quote: “In parts of the world where the law is not friendly to dissent, anonymity is even more important: this was emphasized to me by Libby Liu, head of Radio Free Asia, a nonprofit radio and Internet news service for Asia. “The reality is that anonymity is so important to people resisting oppression that one of the most debilitating thing a repressive government does to stifle free speech is to require real name registration [online],” said Liu in an email. “This is an issue near and dear to Radio Free Asia.”

    So why does Liu care so much? Because while people like the writers of Proposition 35 emphasize the dangers of “bad guys” being allowed to speak anonymously online, the dangers to discourse posed by even Twitter death threats are nothing compared to the dangers posed when powerful oppressors are allowed to silence the less powerful. And unfortunately, in the real world, the powerful are allowed to silence the less powerful all the time”. Unquote.

    Too true Libby, too true!

  85. Tashi2 | December 5th, 2012 | 6:13 pm

    Are you kidding me? I was talking about censorship but my piece wasn’t printeddddddddddddddddddddddddddd!!!!!!!!

  86. kawa karpo | December 5th, 2012 | 7:30 pm

    བློ་བཟང་སངས་རྒྱས་ཡག་པོ་འདུག མང་གཙོའི་ལམ་ནས་བདམས་པ་སོང་ཙང་ཁོང་ལ་གུས་བཀུར་ཡོད་དགོས་པ་རེད། ཁོང་གི་ཡོན་ཏན་དང་ཁྲིམས་ལུགས་ཀྱི་ཆུ་ཚད་དེ་ཚོར་བལྟས་ན་ཡག་པོ་འདུག I think we got right leader. don’t mess too much.it not good for us.

  87. Tashi2 | December 5th, 2012 | 8:38 pm

    Jamyang Norbu la please I must say to sorry for wrongly accuse of censorship of this webstie as #85 comment I hope you can remove it. I ddnt see my writings and I though its phayul over again but I was wrong.

    Thank you and keep up the good open forum and please truth over moral high ground always thanks so much ka.

  88. salis | December 5th, 2012 | 8:39 pm

    Some of the posts on Kalden Loden are over the top and not conductive to a good debate, please keep it civil, don’t be naive, and please understand that where there is power, there is power struggle, nothing new.

    The question is who does the Tibetan people want to lead us forward?

    My answer> An elected leader which is accountable to the voters in four years (i.e. currently Sikyong Lobsang Sangay).

  89. LHAKPA DOLMA | December 5th, 2012 | 9:23 pm

    Salis, the posts on kalden Lodoe are pretty tame when compared to his outrageous actions. usually in other cases what happens is – authorities assure the public a thorough investigation and promise to get to the bottom of it. no such thing forthcoming so far, so my guess is it will continue unabated until such time. just human nature and plain common sense.

  90. tenzin | December 5th, 2012 | 10:37 pm

    Salis,
    What you sow shall what you reap? That is his character and of course people will point it out. It is true in nature.

    Shit always and will smell shit. There is no change on that and so is ex monk.

  91. AGU TONPA | December 5th, 2012 | 11:02 pm

    We must understand that the real question is not about who was fired but rather how and why Ngabo was fired.

    The circumstantial evidence that we have can tell us that CTA top official’s dirty hands are there in firing RFA’s Director.
    One side charges and other side denies the charges–

    One side thinks it’s an attmpt to stifle the rangzen voices given contract termination of Rangzen advocate and other denies it.

    There is only one way going out of this mess: that is to have an independent high-level investigation and let them make the conclusion. Guilty should be brought to justice.

    Lastly, we should make sure RFA is really free of politics and influence from anybody let alone CTA. In other words, they should give equal excess for the rangzen advocates to voice their opinion.

    4 Tibetan Parliament: please stop being childish. You don’t have to side with anybody at so early. Least you can do is to investigate and then calm the situation. When you get so defensive to the charges congressman brought against Sikyong, people will wonder why chithus has to answer as if they knew everything about CTA official’s conduct. Chithus responsibilities lies with the lagislation and scrutiny of the executive. HOw do you know that funds aren’t misspent during the last chithus meeting and today? I am not saying there is but you got to act smart. You don’t have to gang up with Sikyong.

    What you could have wrote to the congressman, if at all deemed necessary, could have been something like this:

    “Thanks for sharing your concern. We’ll launch a high level investigation regarding this allegation. Chithus and the Audit dept are always working hard to make sure the funds we recieved are not misspent and the records will be submitted upon request. Thank you for your continued support.”
    I think more damages is being done by the chithus letter. I will be happy if i am worng on this.
    Always,
    AGU

  92. Tanzing Thomas | December 5th, 2012 | 11:31 pm

    Everyone has its own limitation and equally wish Tibet can be freed soon! We all basically are the victims of the Chinese Nationalists and their destructive greediness. Thus, fundamentally, we have any good reason to be so mean to each other, but have all kind of great reason to respect Mr. JN and those who work hard for Tibetan Government (not CTA) in exile.
    We must admit that we are in general are doing well. But, we must not close our eyes and let someone to misleads the public and make serious mistake with good intention. Tibetans, culturally, don’t like to take personal responsibilities.
    We are way too much addicted to the ideas of mythical power of blessings (བྱིན་རླབས་) or any kind of superpower who will perform the job that is so vital to regain the freedom on our behalf.
    We don’t know how to differentiate one’s religious faith from one’s political view or human dignity to honor the very life we have here on earth.
    Chinese nationalism or Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is nothing; they are even not the absolute enemy of Tibet, they are the true enemy of Chinese human rights. If we look the Chinese nationalist political agendas, it is clear that they are the most dangerous foes of Americans or those who pro the value which is represented by Americans.
    We Tibetans only have one enemy that is our ego, our ridiculous senseless foolish attitude i.e. I or we are sure right and other or others are unquestionably wrong.
    Only Tibetans can destroy Tibetans! Our past history proofs that we are not rational and we particular don’t know how to appreciate the different opinions and unified under the common interesting and same fate.
    When it comes to the worldly power or religious faith. Our feelings can be easily got hurt. Why we are so childish? We can tolerant others to took and continuously occupy our land and torture our brothers and sisters for more than a halt century, but, we can’t try to working together as one nation in the name of Bod or Tibet! So, guys, please stand up with faith and respect to say a no to the individuals who is trying to “save” Tibet with Chinese nationalism by sacrifice the truth, justice and glorious history of Tibet. Bod Rgyal Lo!

  93. tashi7 | December 6th, 2012 | 12:06 am

    JN la Please write an article about how the tibetan kids in the school hostel in india lead their lives?How dirty their toilet is and lack of water and no window in the hostel for fresh air.No supervision during self study etc.

  94. tendorjee | December 6th, 2012 | 12:30 am

    “Libby Liu was named president of RFA in September 2005 by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), following the retirement of RFA’s founding president Richard Richter.”
    http://www.rfa.org/english/about/directors/rfa_libbyliu.html

    Where does JN got his idea that “The key that the CTA was able to dangle before Libby Liu and get her to agree to their wishes was the prospect of access to His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Libby had probably wanted all along to get close to His Holiness and use that closeness to impress the BBG into allowing her to become president of the combined radio networks.”

    JN himself remarks that “It was only after Lobsang Sangye became prime-minister that the Dalai Lama visited RFA. He was accompanied by Lobsang Sangye and former PM Samdong Rinpoche, both of whom used the occasion to complain bitterly about RFA allowing the participation of those opposing the CTA.”

    Now LS became Kalon Tripa in 2011 and Libby Lui was President of RFA since 2005. It is totally incomprehensible.

    JN conclusion in the Article is that the Sikyong made a connection with Libby Liu and HHDL so that Libby Liu can impress upon BBG for her president-ship at RFA. Therefore, Sikyong could in-return ask for favor from Libby liu and that favor was to dismiss Ngapo from RFA.

    As you read above, the whole premise for this conclusion has classic case of factual error.

    I request once again to JN that be a responsible person and Apologize to the Tibetan People for creating such upheaval in community when the Tibet Situation is at most critical time where unity must be maintained.

  95. Tsering Dorjee | December 6th, 2012 | 1:58 am

    Tashi7: come on, man! Write that yourself and upload it here. Include pictures as documentation. Maybe a cam to record the culprit in action would be nice.

    In all seriousness, all the people here better show up for the marches and protests on Dec 10th and every chance you get. It is easy to be a big mouth here, both Umelam and rangzen people, but let me see you walk that mouth of yours on the street in the cold. If you are not going to show up, when do you think would be the time? New York if possible in front of the UN building on dec 10th or do it in the nearest big city to you. If you can’t show for whatever reason, make a donation. Come on people, show the f**k up! It is embarrassing.

  96. Gyamtso Kyab | December 6th, 2012 | 9:36 am

    Let’s for a moment recap what precipitated the turmoil at RFA’s Tibetan Service. We know Ngabo Jigme’s (NJ) forced resignation was leaked his staff pleaded RFA president Libby Liu (LL) to retain his. When their appeal went unanswered, they approached the Inspector General for an investigation against Libby. I bet the investigation us on.

    Congressman Rohrabacher’s early action, demanding Libby to clarify why NJ was fired is public, but he has not revealed her response, if any. But the fact that he chose next to write a scathing letter to Syikong Lobsang Senge speaks volumes. We have no other way, but to conclude that a scared LL passed on the buck to Dharamshala.

    The Sikong quickly denied his involvement in the firing of NJ, and lined up the Tibetan legislator’s chairman Penpa Tsering, and Tibetan administration’s North American representative Lobsang Nyandak to deny any involvement. Collectively, they ordered the 30-plus Tibetan-American Associations in North American to launch a campaign against the Congressman.

    It is only natural that the Congressman’s charge of possible misuse of US funding for Tibet further complicated the RFA turmoil. One wishes it was left for another time. But the issue will have its own legs. Now, it is for the Congressman to follow through with his investigation on both fronts.

    With the unfolding exposure of CTA’s clandestine involvement of RFA’s LL and Kalden Lodoe (KL) and their cronies in America and India, it is time for Syikong LS to come clean. Otherwise, CTA under his administration is deep trouble. I also, suspect, the days if LL and KL at RFA is numbered if the rule of law prevails,

    My heart goes out to the RFA Tibetan staff who continue to work under tremendous tention and pressure as bearers and messengers of the ongoing self-immolation in Tibet, day in day out. Their morale is down, but they keep working, at times navigating like to ship without its sailor.

  97. Tenzing | December 6th, 2012 | 11:11 am

    I wont be surprised if congressman rohrbacher retracts. Already thepo tulku in tibetan political review is saying that the Congressman has realized he was abrupt in disseminating information. I’m sure its not because he rohrbacher believes all this tamasha is not true. But cta has a way of doing things and dangling HHDL’s name and putting soft pressure on those people who then sooner or later will relent.They then get vip passes and photo ops and end of story. And here we go again. o.k so i’m being negative but that doesnt mean it’s not true. its just the way you look at it. cta and i must say majority of tib people will look at it as no big deal, something to be shoved under carpet, fully convinced that its for the greater good of all.

  98. Bhoepa | December 6th, 2012 | 12:26 pm

    I have been following this scandal since the beginning. What I don’t like is Tibetans criticizing Jamyang Norbu for dividing or spliting our exile community. As a responsible Tibetan citizen, these issues need to be raised, addressed and more importantly, resolved. And JN is doing just that. Just because he was gutsy enough to address this issue doesn’t mean he needs to be beat down and hushed up. He has the right to express his opinion and concern. I am sure many Tibetans are feeling his concern, especailly those living in DC area and associated with RFA. Anytime an issue involving the CTA cannot be pushed under the rug. As a democratic community, we have the right to question our elected officials when serious allegations are made against them. And these are not baseless accusations. A US congressman accused the CTA and RFA. How much more serious can it get? Why is Libby Liu refusing to give explanation on the dismissal of Ngapo Jigme? This issue would not have gone this far if she had simply given an accoutable reason for his dismissal. However, she is keeping quite and there must be a reason behind it. Moreover, why is Kalden Lodoe the only RFA staff not to sign a petition requesting Libby Liu not to dismiss Ngapo Jigme? And as many asked, why is HE gettting special treatment by CTA? Yes, he was one of the main organizers of the 2011 Kalachakra in DC but at that time he was the Capital Area Tibetan Association President. But currently he is NOT. And his current position in RFA is of a correspondent, Washington correspondent in specific, NOT a senior editor or an editor for that matter. We can ask why he travels around the world with Libby Liu like a personal assistant when he is just a correspondent – Washington correspondent as mentioned in his linkedin account – but that is up to Libby Liu as the boss of RFA. However, what I don’t understand is why CTA is permitting him to have special priviledges? I always would have liked if there was no occasion to criticize the CTA and any exile administrations in general. However, instances in past which has happened directly to me and my peers have led me to strongly believe that nepotism exist in our exile government system and at a strong level. It saddens me to see VIP passes, jobs, scholarships, etc are given to relatives and family friends while sincere, capable, and determined individuals are stomped underneath just because they don’t know have connection with the right person while people like Kalden Lodoe climbs social ladder just because he has connection with the right people inside. Officials of CTA, as ELECTED members, need to explain what is going on. People needs – deserve – to know what is happening and why a US congressman is accusing CTA. There is no smoke without fire!

  99. དབྱངས་ཅན། | December 6th, 2012 | 3:53 pm

    Jamyang la, please write some good for Tibet. Good scholar should act like good scholar.

  100. དབྱངས་ཅན། | December 6th, 2012 | 4:04 pm

    ང་ཚོ་བོད་མིའི་ཁ་དཔེ་ལ། མ྄ཁས་པས་འཕྱུགས་ན་ཡུལ་ལུང་འཕྱུགས། ཟེར་བ་བཞིན་ད་ཐེངས་འཇམ་ནོར་ལགས་ཀྱིས་འཕྱུགས་སོང་། ད་ནི་ཞལ་རྒྱགས་པ་ག་ཚོད་གསུངས་ཀྱང་ཁོག་གི་ཟུངས་ཞུགས་མེད་པས་ཁ་སྟོང་ནང་གི་ལྕེ་སྟོང་རང་རེད། དེ་ལས་རང་ནོར་བསམ་ཤེས་ཀྱིས་དགོངས་སེལ་ཡི་གེ་ཞིག་བྲིས་ནས་གཞུང་དྲང་གནང་ན་ཕྱིས་མི་འདུག མ་མཐར་ཡང་མཁས་པ་ལམ་ནོར་ལྡོག་ཤེས་ཀྱི་དཔེ་ཞིག་ཆགས་ནས་མཚན་བཟང་བཞག་ཐུབ་ངེས། སྐུ་མཁྱེན།

  101. སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་དབང་ཆེན། | December 6th, 2012 | 7:07 pm

    Dalai Lama Discusses BBG And Tibet With Meehan, Liu

    Chicago — In a meeting today with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, a member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors and the president of Radio Free Asia discussed the BBG’s plan to strengthen U.S. international broadcasting through the Voice of America’s Tibetan service and RFA.

    “We discussed the importance of not simply maintaining our programing, but also expanding our reach and positive impact,” said Michael Meehan, co-chair of the BBG Strategy and Budget Committee.

    “The Tibetan people go to great risk to hear our programing, and I reassured His Holiness that the BBG is fully committed to the highest quality news and information both inside and outside Tibet,” Meehan said.

    RFA President Libby Liu also attended the meeting.

    Last week the board unanimously approved a renewed strategy for broadcasting to China that will be reflected in the ongoing dialogue with Congress about the agency’s proposed FY 2013 budget.

    The agency is developing alternatives that take into account the roles of RFA and VOA Tibetan Radio, along with VOA Cantonese TV programming and VOA satellite TV capability in China.

    At the April meeting of the BBG Strategy and Budget Committee, the board asked key senior staff to form a working group to devise a holistic solution for reaching audiences throughout China, including Tibet.

    The Broadcasting Board of Governors is an independent federal agency supervising all U.S. government-supported, civilian international broadcasting, whose mission is inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy. BBG broadcasts reach an audience of 187 million in 100 countries. BBG networks include the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Middle East Broadcasting Networks (Alhurra TV and Radio Sawa), Radio Free Asia, and the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (Radio and TV Martí).

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  103. tenzin | December 6th, 2012 | 9:09 pm

    It has been weeks that I had been reading all the RFA SAGA in the news and blog. Chinese newpaper, even in TIbet and China was published(that was surprising to see). If this plot to fire Ngabo la is true then it is very sad. If it is the case then the use of “secrecy and censorship to silence dissenting voices in RFA need to stop.
    As I said if it is true(little shady as in the proof of Kalden lodoe’s email), then it is sad that the highest officials and presence of Kundun is doing just the opposite. HHDL always addresed press about, how importance of media and its role should play in society. It is just pathetic that we could not even put that into practice………….. Sad situation for us.

  104. tashi w | December 6th, 2012 | 9:30 pm

    If there is anyone as true a follower of HHDL, JN is the one. Free Tibet.

  105. སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་དབང་ཆེན། | December 6th, 2012 | 10:26 pm

    Yes I agreed with Tashi W, Free Tibet! free RFA! Long live HHDL! Long live JN!

  106. tashi7 | December 7th, 2012 | 12:19 am

    I admire India’s independence movement because there were both extremist and moderate movement.They coexisted along each other and both focused their energy in driving away the colonial rule in India.They respect and aceept each other as two different path with same goal.They never waste time criticising each other but in their respective ways fought bravely against the britishers and finally got independence.
    I know many tibetans feel sad to notice that lots of energy is being wasted in bickering among ourselves rather than focusing on CCP.TYC and CTA paths to gain tibetan cause if different.So please emphasise on similarity rather than dissimilarity.Neither paths merge as such.CTA is Gandhian Or HH The Dalai Lama’s middle path approved by majority of tibetans inside and outside.On the otherhand,TYC is Subash
    Chandra Bose,Bhagat Singh etc.

  107. tashi7 | December 7th, 2012 | 12:23 am

    Both the Gandhi Ji and Subash or Chandra shekar azad have their own newspaper where they expressed their views positively to gain support from masses.

  108. tsering dorjee | December 7th, 2012 | 1:58 am

    The problem with your example is that both of the movmments have the same goal, but with different methodology. We have two different goals. One wants to live under China as Chinese while the other wants to have a country for Tibetans alone. Both the movements are peaceful. So there is a huge flaw in your example.

    Another problem is that Mahatma Gandhi actually led the non-cooperaton movements, march to salt, make your own cotton clothes etc etc and recieved Lathi charges on his own head and went to prison himself. He even went on hunger strikes many times. Is Lobsang Sangay marching with the Tibetans? Is he going to prison? Is he on hunger strike to death like TYC? TYC is more like Gandhian movement while we have no idea what CTA movement is about. It is based on give give and move give. More tongue, tongue and more tongue.

  109. tendorjee | December 7th, 2012 | 2:24 am

    Hello!!
    some people on this blog has innate nature of aggregating on every issue without much of factual representation.

    Gandhi’s Swaraj (Self Rule) and Baghat Singh’s demand of Independence is two different goal and ofcourse two different path.

    Anyway if you see the larger picture, the Happiness wellbeing of Tibetans in Tibet(ie, entitled to fundamental rights) than you may see the coherence of all the people who struggle for Tibet, be it Rangzen people or middle path people.

  110. Tsering Dorjee | December 7th, 2012 | 4:25 am

    Tendorjee: three words: Quit India Movement.

  111. Tsering Dorjee | December 7th, 2012 | 4:32 am

    …also, does the entitlement to fundamental rights include the right to self-determination or not? If it does, then we have a problem since Tibetans will overwhelmingly choose Independence.

  112. tendorjee | December 7th, 2012 | 5:53 am

    “Quit India movement” was launched in 1942 when Indian leaders saw clear Opportunity and leverage with British in war against Axis Countries.

    It is good to be inspired by those events in abstract sense.

    Tibet issue in current geopolitical condition needs more than being an internetivist or all out emotional burst.

    Infact, Gandhi was a pragmatic of sort if you follow all his famous movement, coordinating with time and space of British empire.

    For your next post, I don’t see it as problem Tibetans voting for Independence if such time were to come.

  113. tash7 | December 7th, 2012 | 9:55 am

    Thanks for reminding me that TYC is peaceful movement,of course,you are right and I agree with it.
    REgarding India’s method of accomplishing independence in 1947,Mahatma Ghandhi first adopted genuine autotomy for indians because he trusted the then british east india company.Later on,he lost his trust because of their roundtable movements etc.So his slogan is QUit india movement! peacefully.
    Unfortunately,the ruthless CCP the colonizer of tibet and more human system of justice in the east india company rule in then india is quite different.ON the other hand,INdia is second largest population in the world and they outnumbered the britishers rule in india.While the china being the highest populated country in the world,the CCP cunning motive to make the tibetans minority in their own country through giving huge incentives such as providing best land,shop,schooling,etc. to chinese who have been immigrating to Tibet since 1959.OUr population is just six million and already chinese killed one and half million during cultural revolution or genocide.
    TYC and CTA before 1989,have same goal of total independence but after signing five peace point in strausberg we ask for genuine autonomy for tibetans,which is fundamental to bring about human dignity or rights to tibetans living in their own country tibet under CCP who treated them like inanimate beings.
    Actually,the CCP has no interest to uplift the suffering of tibetans living there but keep on torturing and treating tibetans in inhuman ways.So the tibetans’ brave martyers had last resort as self-immmolation—who did not harm any chnese citizen or leaders.

  114. tash7 | December 7th, 2012 | 10:07 am

    Kalden lodoe la
    Please stop beating your wife(I hope its rumour).First learn to give respect to your better half in this life.

  115. Gyamtso Kyab | December 7th, 2012 | 10:17 am

    This is for those who are trying to shoot the messenger with the hidden agenda of saving Kalden Lodoe by defending Libby’s thirst for power. By asserting Libby became RFA president in 2005, some assumes it has nothing to do with Lobsang Sangye who became Katri in 2011 (Syikong now). Zombies, we are not talking of Libby’s position at RFA (which is hers to lose now), what we are taking about is her conspiracy to become the only CEO after the eminent merge of several broadcasting entities, including RFA. Therefore, she began her game plan to connect and woo dignities who matter, and that unfortunately led to the cultivation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Aung Saan Su Kyi of Burma, and Rabiya Khadeer etc. and flirted with BBG board members and beyond….For the Tibetan people, it is very unfortunate that Libby found a more-than willing accomplice in Kalden Lodoe, and together they ruthlessly exploited the weaklings in the Tibetan administration at the cost of the entire RFA. Of couse, the Tibetan Service became the ultimate victim.

    After knowing what we know now about this glamorous-barall-power hungary character, who happens to be a Chinese, whose early sexual escapades were exposed even before she got RFA job, it is unthinkable that she can retain her job at RFA. Will someone shed light on her personal lives after she landed at RFA? How may liaisons, marriages……….

    My sources claim that Libby has lost RFA’s trust and confidence. It is pathetic that even when the ground is shaking at RFA’s headquarters in Washington DC, CTA is entertaining and wooing Libby-Kalden entourage in India, including VIP treatments during His Holiness’ teachings in Mundgod, and pubic engagements…

    BBG’s Machael Meehan, who accompanied Libby (saw the tabloid type photos!) told His Holiness Tibetan are risking their lives to listen to RFA broadcasts. As it turns out, his liaison with Libby has now become a risk to RFA’s mission.

    Netizens should do some home work before engaging in stridulation.

    One sincerely hopes that His Holiness is not kept in the dark or misinformed about the gathering tempest. My own hunch is: He will get to hand it, much the agony of the miscreants.

    By the way, CTA has acknowledged the Syikong meeting Libby once in London. It seem she was in London with Kalden Lodoe when His Holiness received the John Temple Award.

    Look, there is nothing we can hide from the ever evolving cyber age.
    At the end, what will and should count is the Truth. Nothing less. Nothing more….

    The BBG should fore Libby before investigation takes full charge, and restore RFA’s programming, and reinstate Ngapo Jime with honor. RFA and not Libby will lose if he sues RFA. Remember RFA lost big time when a another service chief was fired while on vacation for her/her alleged role in RFA’s unionization.

    And right now, I understand RFA ‘s union is taking the case of eight laid of broadcasters for arbitration.

  116. Tibetan Warrior | December 7th, 2012 | 11:00 am

    Heard that Kalden Lodoe had affair with Libby. His wife should be aware of it. Freaking ruthless monster.r

  117. daveno | December 7th, 2012 | 12:08 pm

    Woow! kaldn lodoe must carry junk of a REE-PHALANG.

  118. Tenzing | December 7th, 2012 | 1:17 pm

    tendorjee,
    if pragmatism is your and sikyong’s mantra, let me tell you that any appeals to ccp on principles and compassion wont work. what can work are practical threats to their political survival. In other words fighting pragmatism with pragmatism. politicians operate on the notion that politics is the art of compromise but sometimes they go too far and you sell out. and principled opponents should never lose heart and forget what can be achieved outside of politics. Thats where real change begin.

  119. Samdup Thargye | December 7th, 2012 | 2:41 pm

    TO: NGABO JIGME-LA, PLEASE COME OUT AND CLARIFY WHAT THE ACTUAL CIRCuMSTANCES ARE CONCERNING THIS HUGE CONTROVERSY OVER YOUR DISMISSAL. THIS WILL FOR ONCE-AND-FOR-ALL PUT TO REST ALL THIS SPECULATION WHICH IS CAUSING A RIFT IN THE COMMUNITY. YOUR SILENCE IN THIS MATTER IS NOT HELPING THE SITUATION PERIOD.PLEASE WE BEG YOU, TO DO THE RIGHT THING AND BRING ALL FACTS OUT INTO THE OPEN, AS WE HAVE ALWAYS RESPECTED YOUR GOOD ETHICS AND JUST CHARACTER.

  120. tenzin | December 7th, 2012 | 9:00 pm

    Samdup thargye la,
    It is not the Ngabo la who have to answer and clarify. It is the head of RFA who fired him and started this. So ask her instead of Ngabo la.

  121. Tamdin Tsomo | December 7th, 2012 | 10:04 pm

    The Dismissal of Mr. Ngapo Jigme –
    A Cause of Disruption of The ideals of A Free Press
    As a regular and enthusiastic follower of the Tibetan Service of RFA – over the last decade, I was deeply shocked to hear about the sudden dismissal of the Director of the Tibetan Service, Mr Ngapo Jigme. Under his leadership the tibetan service of RFA has been a reliable and successful channel of news around the globe and especially for the Tibetans in Tibet, who are, as we all know otherwise denied of this privilege of having access to the truth, to an unbias and an undaunting source of information, under the communist regime.
    Mr. Ngapo Jigme as I’ve gathered, is very well known in our community and wide beyond, for the high principles and democratic values he holds and practices. His personal qualifications for the post of The Director of the Tibetan Service, and the many years of dedicated service is undisputable.
    Thence this issue of his abrupt dismissal and the very fact that no official and concrete reason has been given, makes it a very disturbing issue and therefore I would like to express my deep concern in this regard.
    Not wanting to be a silent observer of this injustice inflicted upon a man of honour and in such a humiliating way, ( a disgrace in a land where democratic values build the core and the fundament of the society) I have looked into this issue and made a survey of the matters that very well seem to have played a great roll in this effect.
    Herewith I would like to present some arguments and proofs gathered, inorder to protest against this most drastic and unjust action taken under the leadership of the RFA President, Mrs. Libby Liu.
    As a matter of fact it is widely known that – the American Broadcasting Board of Governors ,(BBG) as cost cutting measures in such services as RFA and VOA, have considered reducing the number of officials from the administrative sector. So the RFA President Mrs. Libby Liu, under the threat of loosing her position, gravely started lobbying in all the influential circles, inorder to gain support in BBG. She even paved her way to win private audiences with HH the Dalai Lama, who inturn, is deservingly held in high esteem by many members of the congress. With this Mrs. Liu’s intentions are clear.
    My survey goes on further, to reveal Mr. Kalden Lodoe, RFA service staff member, who appears to be the master mind behind this whole issue. Realizing the situation and the intentions of Mrs. Liu and taking advantage of it, he mobilized his connections in Dharamsala, in not only gaining private audiences of His Holiness the Dalai Lama for her, but also escorting her in Person to these very audiences, thereby leaving behind a false and pretentious opinion . Here I must mention that Mr. Kalden Lodoe happens to be the brother- in- law of a senior official in the Private office of H.H the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala. This particular official is presently in Washington DC and is assumed to be looking for a job –wouldn’t it be convienient to acquire this presently disputed seat of the Director of the tibetan service – the path seems to be paved free – intentionally or co-incidently!
    As the word goes, Mrs. Liu issues an order of a sudden and attractive raise of salary for Mr. Kalden Lodoe. Mr. Ngapo JIgme is said to have disputed this favouritism shown by Mrs. Liu and refused to sign this order.
    So clearly , one more stone paved on the path leading to the dismissal of Mr. Ngapo Jigme.
    Words from different sources go on further to discuss the other connections of Mr. Kalden Lodoe.
    Mr. Benpa Topgay a senior editor in the tibetan service of RFA, has been unduly accorded the Interim Director of the service instead of , as the norm usually goes , Mr. Karma Dorjee the existing Deputy Director. Mr. Tseten Namgyal the senior editor is reputed to be better qualified than Mr. Benpa Topgay. But unfortunately they both stand no chance against Mr. Benpa Topgay, who again has the privilege of having marital relationships with Mr. Kalden Lodoe. In clear text, Benpa Topgay is the father-in-law of Kalden Lodoe’ s brother-in-law. A complicated liason, isn’t it?! But it’s a fact.
    Now a little information gathered to describe the person of Mr. Kalden Lodoe….as already mentioned – the master mind behind the whole issue!
    In many occasions he is quoted to speak very disrespectfully against monks and nuns in special and offcourse also against his fellowmen. He is said to have referred to monks and nuns as stupid and useless members of the society who make no contributions to the economic welfare of a society. Morals and principles in life seem to be of no value for this particular gentleman. I would like to draw your attention in this regard, to the resonance in his words and that of dictator Mao’s, many decades ago – ’’religion is poison’’. With this in mind Mr. Kalden Lodoe seems to have denounced his monks robes some years back.
    During the Kalachakra intiation in Washington DC in the summer of 2011, this young gentleman disregarding the norm and the wish of H.H the Dalai Lama, that the monks and nuns rise as first, to view the Mandala, Mr. Kalden addressed the monks and nuns very harsh and disrespectfully and literally ordered them back to their seats.
    On this very same occasion of Kalachakra, Mr. Kalden Lodoe took it upon himself to ban the Tibetan Youth Congress from setting up an information stand on the compounds of the auditorium. He is quoted to have said that this is a religious gathering and there is no place here for political issues. Taking into account such incidents as this, as an indivisual, one gets to question oneself – what the whole Tibetan Cause is really all about!
    Isn’t it a shame? Who is this man with an exaggerated sense of self-importance, waving his septor relentlessly in favour of his own personal interests?
    So my dear friends, I ’ve come to the conclusion that this is a story of intrigue, of lies, of selfish motives and offcourse of manipulation. In other words, a story of an opportunist . History repeats itself once again!
    Lastly, I should also make a mention of the word that went about recently, about the big amount of monetary donations Mr.Kalden recieved from Taiwan – the cause naturally again –unknown!
    This prior issue – the dismissal of Nr. Ngapo Jigme, has raised many questions, for instance, Where does all this really lead to? Whats the future of the tibetan service of RFA going to be like? In which direction does it move – that of Xinhua (Official Press Agency of the Chinese regime.) or that of a Free Press,( for that what the service stood for till date)? I’m left with nothing but to express deep concern and disappointment!
    ( Can you translate to Tibetan and Chinese language this information .)

  122. Tsering Dorjee | December 7th, 2012 | 11:05 pm

    Gandhi’s Swaraj, although it does mean Self-rule or autonomy, has a more basic and personalized meaning, and does not necessarily mean acceptance of British rule. At the fundamental level, he is talking about self-rule in the sense that each and every person being responsible for himself/herself as the case may be, a far more philosophic outlook than the one you are espousing. It is a fundamental shift from goverance from the group and more automous in each and every being respsonsible for their own happiness and free from the group goverance. It is a lot more complicated than that of course. This directly contradicts the British mandate of having the state ruling over and having say over the individual.

    Moreover,as reflected later on, it becomes imperative that for that to happen on a grander scale, a people need to lead themselves, free from the reigns of foreign yoke. I don’t see it case of political opportunism that prompted Gandhi to swift things as it came and became convenient but rather a slow evolution of his ideas that finally led to the Quit India Movement. As far as his movements are concerned, why do we have to go back to the beginning instead of learning from his examples and adopting the Quit India Movement right away?

  123. tsering dorjee | December 8th, 2012 | 12:11 am

    And what do you mean “I don’t see it as problem Tibetans voting for Independence if such time were to come”. Of course there there won’t be a problem as long as you believe in “Self-Determination” as you defined it in an earlier post. That means there is only one path for us to follow and that is the path toward independence because Tibetans will overwhelmingly choose independence …looking at from a larger perspective.

    “Tibet issue in current geopolitical condition needs more than being an internetivist or all out emotional burst.”

    Your next post is making all kinds of assumptions that I rather not address at this moment. This is the typical type casting of Rangzen people by the Middlepath followers while they do absolutely nothing, except concede more and more and get nothing in return.

  124. Gyalsten | December 8th, 2012 | 9:02 am

    A Geshe friend of mine, who is no fan of Jamyang Norbu but follows Tibetan politics,thinks that according to him Kalden Lodoe ” the greatest sin” is his nature of corrupting the minds of young monks.

    Geshe-la says that Kalden Lodoe whenever he comes to the monastery , which he often does,would tell his monk -friends to “envy” the life he is living!

    He would say sex is the ultimate salvation and put forward stupid arguments like if sexual bliss is not the real thing, why would Geshe Thupten Jinpa and Kusho Jamphel-la, would leave the monkhood, – trashing other respected people along the way in his usual way.

    Geshe la says whenever he accompanies some Taiwanese or Korean woman to the monastery, he would shoot his dirty mouth to the young monks like:
    ” Kae Gangde Duk? Ka sa theng sum.” Meaning, “Hey, how is she? Had her three times last night.”

    The source says his strength is, he is a shameless guy and will effortlessly stick to any high officials like ” Bue-paepa” – blood sucking leeches and high officials fall to his flattery and promote him like some sort of ” high achiever.”

    Geshe-la says he looks upon people like him out to unwittingly undermine the sanctity of monks and monastery as kind of manifestation of Doyal or Shugden.

    But here in Mundgod at the site of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s teaching, he is not the evil incarnate of JN’s blog. He is very much the reputed prince charming riding on a white horse, felicitated with VIP receptions by senior CTA officials.

    The settlement officer, Mr. Balwala ( Mr. Thick Hair ) as we call him here is all grunt and growl, as he has to do the biddings of His excellency the great Sikyong Chemo. Please don’t mistake with Ma’chen Chemo.

  125. out | December 8th, 2012 | 3:41 pm

    This is an important issue to discuss and learn from. But don’t blow it out of proportions and portray one side as guilty and another as innocent before you know all the facts.

  126. nupa niydor | December 8th, 2012 | 7:14 pm

    his monk name is tenzin lodeo. his nik name is yama kalden. probably we all know what is the role of yama kalden in tibetan opra. did he ever went to any form of school ? no did he have any certificat? no then what? answerr is hook
    untill he got the chance to go uk with foreign girl friend didn’t leave monk’s robe although he allegly sex scandal with numerous nuns in dharamsala. at one point he and nuns have had bitterness confrontation infront of public eyes in tibetan restaurant at mcleod gunj, because he sent a letter contend with sexually explicit an d sexsual harrassment to innocen nuns. this issu became hot topic wherever public gether.people condemn namgyal monks unpresidently. inorder to expel him from monastery disciplinarian members from the monastey ask him to resign volunterryly for the sake of his holiness name and monastery reputation.but he request he willing to accept any sever punishment to avoid resignation. he deported from uk and deported from spain.his is the most notoriosus person. when he was in monastery many young monks child molested by this monster. ask senior namgyal monks how he look like tashi delek boe gyalo

  127. nupa niydor | December 8th, 2012 | 8:53 pm

    as long as tenzin lodoe yama kalden stay in RFA,first mess up in RFA Second mess up CTA third mess up wihin tibetan comunity. but u can not mess up tibetan who live in tibet and HH dalai lama because it is impossible to win you over thire strong determination to secrifice life for tibetan case. 1st you kick out from namgyal monastery. 2nd kick out from UK. 3rd kick out from spain. 4th kick out from brazil. 5th now wait until ur fate good karma use up, very soon your yamraj will going to kick out you from this world.till then u enjoy to destoy our socity as much as you can that take 50 years to built up by his holiness and brave tibetan people

  128. Dave | December 9th, 2012 | 12:42 pm

    For those who are not familiar, what is the role of Yama Kalden in Tibetan opera? (#126)

  129. Bhula | December 9th, 2012 | 1:41 pm

    Is Kalden connected to former fired secretary to HHDL Lobsang Jinpa? I understand Lobsang Jinpa is asking for donation for Virginia Tibet center. Does this place exit? Where does all the donations go?

  130. tsomo | December 12th, 2012 | 12:41 am

    ༑ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་གློ་བུར་དུ་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ལས་ཁང་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་དེར་དམིགས་ཡུལ་ནི་རིགས་གཉིས་ཡོད་པ་སྟེ། གཅིག་རྒྱ་ནག་གཞུང་ཕྱོགས་ཀྱི་གཏོར་ཤིག་ཡིན་སྲིད་པ་དང་། གཉིས་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ལས་ཁུངས་ཀྱི་དབང་ཆ་འཕྲོག་ལེན་གསུམ་ནི་ཁོ་ཚོའི་ནང་མིར་ལས་ཀ་
    འཚོལ་བའམ་ལྐོག་ཟ་རུལ་སུངས་དང་འབྲེལ་བ་ཡོད། དང་པོར་བརྗོད་པ་མདོར་བསྡུས་ན་རྒྱ་ནག་གཞུང་གིས་དུས་རྒྱུན་དུ་ཚོར་བ་སྣོན་པོའི་ཆབ་སྲིད་དང་ལྷག་
    པར་དུ་གསར་འགྱུར་རང་དབང་ལ་སྒེར་འདེམས་བྱས་ཏེ་རྒྱ་ནག་ནང་དུ་ཡིན་ཀྱང་གཞུང་
    དང་ལྟ་བ་མི་གཅིག་པའམ་གཞུང་ལ་སྐྱོན་བརྗོད་དང་ཟུར་ཟ་བྱེད་མི་ཡོངས་ལ་དོ་དམ་བྱེད་པ་དང་ལས་གནས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་གཏོང་བ་ཐ་ན་ཉེས་ཆད་བཏང་པ་མ་ཚད། ཕྱི་རྒྱལ་གྱི་རྒྱུད་ལམ་ཁག་ཀྱང་རྒྱ་ནག་ནང་ལྟ་ཉན་བྱ་རྒྱུར་བཀག་
    སྡོམ་བྱེད་བཞིན་ཡོད་པ་དང་ད་ཕན་རྒྱ་ནག་ནང་གི་གསར་འགོད་པ་དང་རྩོམ་
    པོ་མང་པོ་མང་པོ་གཞུང་ཀྱིས་ལས་ཀ་ནས་གནས་དབྱུང་བཏང་པའི་ཁོངས་སུ་བོད་རིགས་རྩོམ་པ་པོ་འོད་ཟེར་ལགས་ཀྱང་ཐེ་ཡོད། དུས་མཚུངས་རྒྱ་ནག་གཞུང་གིས་ཕྱི་རྒྱལ་དུ་སྒོར་མོ་དུང་ཕྱུར་
    མང་པོ་འགྲོ་གྲོན་བཏང་ནས་རྒྱ་གཞུང་ལ་ཁ་གཏད་གཅོག་མཁན་གནད་ཆེའི་
    མི་སྣར་རྡུང་རྡེགས་དང་དྲ་རྒྱ་ཁག་ཐེ་བའི་ཕྱིའི་གསར་འགྱུར་ལ་བཀག་བསྡོམས་གང་ཐུབ་བྱེད་པ་མ་ཟད་བརྙན་འཕྲིན་དང་རང་དབང་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཡང་དགྲ་བོར་རྩིས་ཡོད་པས་ཐབས་སྣ་ཚོགས་ཀྱིས་ད་རེས་རྒྱ་ནག་གཞུང་གིས་གོ་སྐབས་དེ་བཟུང་ནས་བྱ་སྤྱོད་སྤེལ་བ་ཞིག་ཡིན་མ་སྲིད་པའང་མིན་གྱི།
    གཉིས་པ་ ལས་ཁུངས་ཀྱི་དབང་ཆ་འཕྲོག་ལེན་བྱེད་པ་དང་ནང་མིར་ལས་ཀ་སྤྲོད་རྒྱུའི་དམིགས་ཡུལ་སྐོར་བརྗོད་ན། ཨ་རི་གཞུང་གིས་འགྲོ་གྲོན་ཉུང་
    དུ་གཏོང་རྒྱུའི་འཆར་གཞིའི་ནང་(Broadcasting Board of Governors)
    ཞེས་པ་ཨ་རི་གཞུང་ནས་འགྲོ་སོང་གཏོང་བའི་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་རྒྱང་བསྲིངས་ཀྱི་
    ལས་འཛིན་ལྷན་ཚོགས་དེའི་ཁོངས་སུ་ཨི་ཤི་ཡོ་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་ཐེ་བའི་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ལས་
    ཁུངས་ཁག་གཅིག་གི་ Administration འཛིན་སྐྱོང་ལས་ཁུངས་ཉུང་དུ་གཏོང་རྒྱུའི་འཆར་གཞི་ཞིག་ཡོད་པར་སོང་། ཨི་ཤི་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་འགོ་འཛིན་ Libby Liu ཡིས་རང་ཉིད་ཀྱི་ལས་ཀ་མི་ཤོར་བ་བྱེད་པ་དང་སྦྲགས་དབང་ཆ་ཆེ་རུ་གཏོང་རྒྱུར་འབད་
    བརྩོན་བྱ་བ་ནི་སྨྲོད་མེད་ཡིན་པ་སོང་ཁོ་མོས་ཉེ་བའི་ལོ་ཟླའི་ནང་ཧུར་བརྩོན་ཆེན་པོས་
    གང་ས་གར་རྒྱབས་སྐྱོར་འཚོལ་བའི་ལས་འགོ་བཙུགས་ཡོད། རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liu ཡིས་བྲེལ་བ་བྱེད་པ་དེ། ཨི་ཤི་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་ནང་ཡོད་པའི་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་གསལ་པོ་ཤེས་པའི་རྗེས་ལ། ཁོས་ཀྱང་གོ་སྐབས་འདི་བཟུང་ནས་རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liu དང་ལྷན་དུ་ཡར་རྒྱུགས་མར་རྒྱུགས་ཐེངས་མང་བྱས་ཡོད་པ་རེད། Libby Liu དང་འབྲེལ་བ་བྱས་པ་དེས་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ལ་ཁེ་ཕན་ཅི་ཐོབ་ཡོད་དམ། མ་འོངས་པར་ཡང་སྐལ་ལྡན་ལ་ཁེ་བཟང་ག་རེ་ཐོབ་ཀྱི་ཡོད་དམ་ཞེས་ན། སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱི་ཐོག་མའི་ཁེ་ཕན་དེ་ལས་རོགས་གཞན་སུ་གཅིག་དང་མི་འདྲ་བར་རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liuཡིས་གཤམ་འོག་ལ་ལམ་སང་བཀའ་བཏང་ནས་ཁོ་བོའི་གླ་ཆ་ཧ་ཅང་གི་མཐོ་པོ་སྤར་ཡོད་པ་དེ་རེད། འདི་ནི་ལུགས་མཐུན་མ་རེད་ལ་རྒྱུན་ལྡན་ཞིག་རྟེན་ནས་མ་རེད། མ་འོངས་པའི་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་ཁེ་ཕན་དེ་ད་ལྟ་འཆར་གཞིའི་སྒང་ཡོད་པས་ང་ཚོས་བལྟ་རྒྱུ་རེད། འོ་ན་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་
    དེས་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་སྒེར་ལ་ཁེ་ཕན་ག་རེ་ཡོད་ཞེས་ན་ཁོ་ལ་ཁེ་ཕན་ཆེན་པོ་ཡོད་པ་ཚང་མས་ཧ་གོ་དོན་གསལ་རེད་འདུག དཔེ་ན་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ཀྱི་གནས་སྐབས་ལས་ཚབ་ཏུ་བན་པ་
    སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་བསྐོས་འདུག བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་གྱི་བུ་མོ་དང་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་བཟའ་ཟླའི་
    གཅེན་པོ་གཉིས་བཟའ་ཚང་ཡིན་པ་དང་བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་ནི་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་གཉེན་ཉེ་དེ་རེད། འགྲོ་ལུགས་ཡིན་ན། དཀརྨ་རྡོ་རྗེ་འགན་འཛིན་གཞོན་པ་ཡིན་ནའང་ལས་ཚབ་བསྐོས་མེད། ཚེ་བརྟན་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་དང་འདྲ་བར་རྩོམ་སྒྲིག་འགན་འཛིན་གཅིག་པ་ཡིན་ཡང་བསྐོས་མེད། ངོ་མ་བྱས་ན་ཚེ་བརྟན་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་ནི་བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་ལས་དབྱིན་ཇི་དང་བོད་ཡིག་གི་གནས་ཚད་ཧ་ཅང་མཐོ་བ་ཡོད་པ་མ་ཟད། དེ་སྔོན་བོད་གཞུང་གི་ལས་བྱེད་ཡུན་རིང་བྱེད་མྱོང་ཡོད། ལྷག་པར་གཟའ་འཁོར་རེར་ཀརྨ་རྡོ་རྗེ་དང་བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་ཚེ་བརྟན་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་བཅས་མཉམ་དུ་ལེ་ཚན་ཞིག་ཡོད་པ་དེར་ཉན་ན་ནང་དོན་ཟབ་ཚད་དང་ཐ་སྙད་སྤྱོད་སྟངས་གྲ་སྒྲིག་ལས་ཀ་བཅས་ཚང་མ་ཡག་ཤོས་དེ་ཚེ་བརྟན་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་ཡིན་པ་དང་ཞན་ཤོས་དེ་བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་རེད། གང་ལྟར་སྐོར་ར་ཇི་ཙམ་རྒྱབ་ཀྱང་ལོ་ཤས་གོང་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལ་ནས་ལས་ཀ་ཤོར་བའི་མཐོ་རིམ་མི་སྣ་ཞིག་ཨ་རིའི་ནང་དེང་སང་ལས་ཀ་འཚོལ་བཞིན་ཡོད་པ་དེར་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ཀྱི་ལས་ཀ་དེ་ཐོབ་ཐབས་སུ་འབད་བརྩོན་བྱེད་བཞིན་ཡོད་པ་མི་ཚོས་ཡིད་ཆེས་བྱེད་ཅིང་། མཐོ་རིམ་མི་སྣ་དེ་དང་སྐལ་ལྡན་གཉིས་དབར་འབྲེལ་བ་ཅི་ཡོད། མཐོ་རིམ་མི་སྣ་དེར་འཇིགས་མེད་ཀྱི་ལས་ཀ་དེ་ཐོབ་ན་སྐལ་ལྡན་ལ་ཁྱད་པར་ཇི་ཡོད་ཟེར་ན་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱི་སྐྱེས་དམན་དེ་མཐོ་རིམ་མི་སྣ་དེའི་སྤུན་ཉེའམ་ཞང་པོ་རེད་ཟེར། ཨ་རིའི་ནང་མི་ཁག་གཅིག་གིས་བརྗོད་པར་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་ཨ་རིའི་ནང་ཚོགས་པ་གཅིག་བཙུགས་ཡོད་པ་དང་ཚོགས་པ་དེའི་ཚོགས་གཙོར་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལ་ནས་གནས་དབྱུང་བཏང་པའི་མཐོ་རིམ་མི་སྣ་དེ་བསྐོས་ཡོད་པ་རེད་འདུག ཚོགས་པ་གསར་པ་དེའི་ལས་ཁུངས་ཁ་བྱང་ཚོགས་གཙོའི་ཁང་པ་དེ་རེད་ཟེར། གནས་ཚུལ་རྒྱུས་ལོན་པར་གཞིགས་ན་ཚོགས་པ་གསར་བཙུགས་བྱས་པ་དེ་ནི་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་གཞན་ནས་ཞལ་འདེབས་འབོར་ཆེན་སློང་ཡོང་བའི་དངུལ་ལོར་དེ་དག་གཙང་མ་བཟོ་ས་ཡིན་པ་རེད།
    ཚོགས་པ་གསར་པ་དེའི་དམིགས་ཡུལ་ཅི་ཡིན། དེ་ག་དུས་བཙུགས་པ་རེད། དེས་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ལ་ཕན་པའི་ལས་དོན་གང་བྱེད་ཀྱི་ཡོད་དམ། ལར་ནས་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་བོད་རིགས་སྤྱི་མཐུན་ཚོགས་པ་དང་བོད་ཀྱི་གཞོན་ནུ་ཚོགས་པ་ཞིག་ཡོད་པའི་ཁར་ད་དུང་ཚོགས་པ་གཞན་ཞིག་ས་གནས་ཀྱི་བོད་མི་ཚོར་དགོས་མཁོ་ཡོད་དམ།
    གོ་ཐོད་བྱས་ན་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་དུས་འཁོར་དབང་ཆེན་མ་གནང་གོང་དུ་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་ཐེ་ཝན་ནས་དངུལ་ལོར་ཧ་ཅང་གི་འབོར་ཆེན་ཞིག་ཞལ་འདེབས་བླངས་ནས་རྙོགས་གླེང་ཞིག་བྱུང་ཡོད། དེའི་སྐབས་མི་ལྷག་བསམ་ཅན་ཁག་གཅིག་གིས་དུས་འཁོར་དབང་ཆེན་ལ་མིང་ཆད་ངན་པ་ཡོང་བསམས་ནས་སྐད་ཆ་དེར་གང་ཐུབ་བྱས་ནས་བཀག་བསྡོམས་བྱས་ཙ་ན་སྐབས་ཅིག་རིང་གླེང་བ་དེ་འཇགས་ཡོད། བོད་ཀྱི་བཤད་སྲོལ་ལ་བཟང་པོ་བཟང་གི་མ་ཟེར་ན། བཟང་པོ་ཡིད་ཆད་འགྲོ། ངན་པ་ངན་གི་མ་ཟེར་ན། ངན་པ་ཁ་སྙོག་འགྲོ། ཟེར་བ་རེད་ད་ནི་ལྐོག་ཟ་ཡིན་རུང་དཀྲོག་གཏམ་ཡིན་རུང་གནས་ཚུལ་དེ་བདེན་མིན་ལྟ་རན་ཡོད།
    སྐལ་ལྡན་ཟེར་བ་དེ་སློབ་གྲྭར་འགྲོ་མྱོང་མེད་པའི་མི་རྫབ་ཆེན་ཞིག་ཡིན་པ་འདྲ། དཔེ་ན་ཝ་ཤིན་ཊོན་དུ་དུས་འཁོར་དབང་ཆེན་མཇུག་སྒྲིལ་ནས་དཀྱིལ་འཁོར་མཇལ་ཁ་བཏང་པའི་ཉིན་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་བཀའ་ལ་མ་བརྩིས་པར་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་སྐུ་མདུན་རང་ལ་སྐད་ཤུགས་ཆེན་པོ་རྒྱབ་ནས་དགེ་འདུན་པ་ཚོར་དམའ་འབེབས་དང་ཤེད་ཤེད་དྲག་པོ་བཏང་བ་ནི་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ལའང་གུས་བཀུར་ཞུ་གི་མེད་པ་ཚོགས་ཁང་དེའི་ནང་མི་སྟོང་གིས་དངོས་སུ་མཐོང་ཡོད་པ་དེ་ཡིན།
    སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་དང་ཟ་རེས་བཏུང་རེས་འགྲོ་རེས་སྡོད་རེས་ཡོད་པའི་རྒྱུས་མངའ་ཆེན་པོ་
    ཡོད་མཁན་གྱི་མི་འགའ་རེས་བཤད་པར་གཞིགས་ན། སྐལ་ལྡན་ནི་མི་ཚང་མར་མཐོང་ཆུང་བྱེད་
    མཁན་ཞིག་རེད་དཔེ་ན། རྒྱུན་ལྡན་ནས་གྲ་པ་ཨ་ཎིས་ཆབ་སྲིད་ལས་ཀ་ཤེས་ཀྱི་མ་རེད། མཐོ་སར་ཆ་བཞག་ན་བཀའ་བློན་ཁྲི་པ་ཟམ་གདོང་རིན་པོ་ཆེས་བོད་གཞུང་གི་བཟོ་ཚོང་ལས་ཁང་ཡོངས་སུ་སྒོ་རྒྱབ་པ་དེ་གྲ་པ་གྲ་རྐྱང་གི་ལས་ཀ་རེད་དཔལ་འབྱོར་ཡར་རྒྱས་མ་བཏང་པར་ལྐུག་པའི་ལས་ཀ་བྱས་པ་རེད་ཟེར་ཐེངས་མང་བཤད་ཡོད། ཡང་གྲ་པ་དང་ཨ་ཎིས་ཀླད་པ་དཀྲུག་མི་དགོས་པར་ཞབས་བརྟན་ཁོ་ན་བྱེད་པ་དང་ཚན་ཉིད་པས་ལག་པ་ལྡབ་ཤེས་པ་ཙམ་མ་གཏོག་གང་ཡང་ཤེས་ཀྱི་ཡོད་མ་རེད། ད་དུང་གྲ་པ་ཨ་ཎི་ལོག་པའི་རྗེས་ལ་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ཐོག་མི་གཡོག་འདྲ་རྒྱུགས་པའི་ལས་ཀ་མ་གཏོག་གང་ཡང་ཤེས་ཀྱི་ཡོད་མ་རེད་ཟེར་བ།
    ཞུགས་སྒར་རྡ་ས་དང་ཕྱི་རྒྱལ་དུ་ཡོད་པའི་དོན་གཅོད་ལས་ཁུངས་ཁ་ཤས་ནང་དབྱིན་ཇིའི་སྐད་ཡིག་མ་ཤེས་པའི་ལས་བྱེད་བཞག་པ་དེ་ནོར་འཁྲུལ་རེད། ཅི་སྟེ་རྒྱ་བོད་འབྲེལ་བ་བྱེད་མཁན་ཡིན་ནའང་དབྱིན་ཇིའི་སྐད་ཡིག་ཤེས་པ་དེས་འགྲིག་གི་རེད། ཅི་ལ་ཞེས་ན་ཕྱིའི་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་ཁག་གི་རྒྱ་མི་ཚོ་དབྱིན་ཇིའི་སྐད་ཡིག་མ་ཤེས་པ་ཧ་ལམ་མེད་ ཟེར་བ།
    གལ་སྲིད་གསར་འབྱོར་ལ་ལྟ་རྟོགས་འདྲ་བྱེད་དགོས་ན་༩༡༠༣བཙོན་ཟུར་ཚོགས་པར་རྩིས་སྤྲད་ན་འགྲི་གི་རེད། རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་ཡོད་པའི་དབྱིན་ཇི་ཡག་པོ་མ་ཤེས་པའི་ལས་བྱེད་པ་ཚོ་ཕྱིར་བསྐྱོད་བྱེད་དུས་རང་མགོ་ཡག་པོ་ཐོན་གྱི་མེད་པར་ག་དུས་ཡིན་ནའི་སྐད་སྒྱུར་མེད་ན་ལས་ཀ་བྱེད་ཐུབ་ཀྱི་མི་འདུག ཟེར་བ་སོགས་འབོར་ཤོབ་དང་མི་ཚང་མར་མཐོང་ཆུང་བྱེད་ཀྱི་ཡོད་ཚུལ་སྐལ་ལྡན་དང་འགྲོ་རེས་ཡོད་པའི་ནང་ནང་མིའི་ངོ་ཤེས་འགའ་ཞིག་གིས་གསུང་པ་ཞིག་རེད།
    ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་དེས་རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liuལ་ཁེ་ཕན་ཇི་ཡོད་ཞེས་ན་རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liuལ་ཁེ་ཕན་ཡོད་པ་ནི་འདི་ལྟར་རེད། གོང་ཞུས་ BBG ཞེས་པ་ཨ་རིའི་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་རྒྱང་བསྲིངས་ཀྱི་ལས་འཛིན་ལྷན་ཚོགས་གཤམ་འོག་གི་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་ཁ་ཤས་ཀྱི་འཛིན་སྐྱོང་ཉུང་དུ་བཏང་ནས་གཅིག་ལས་མི་དགོས་པ་བཟོ་
    འཆར་ཡོད་པ་དེའི་ནང་ཁོ་མོའི་ལས་ཀ་མི་ཤོར་རྒྱུར་ཨ་རིའི་གྲོས་ཚོགས་ཐེ་བའི་གལ་ཆེའི་མི་སྣ་ཁ་ཤས་ཀྱི་རྒྱབ་སྐྱོར་ཐོབ་རྒྱུར་༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་གི་མཚན་སྙན་གྱི་རྒྱབ་སྐྱོར་བེད་སྤྱོད་བྱ་ཐབས་བྱ་རྒྱུ་དེ་རེད། དེའི་ཆེད་དུ་ཁོ་མོས་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་དགོས་མཁོ་ཁག་གཅིག་བསྐོངས་པ་མ་ཟད། RFA གི་འགྲོ་གྲོན་བཏང་ནས་སྐལ་ལྡན་ཁྲིད་དེ་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་བསྐྱོད་ནས་༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཇལ་ཁ་ཞུས་པ་མ་ཚད་ད་དུང་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ཨ་རིའི་ནང་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར་གནང་བའི་སྐབས་ལ་ཡང་མཇལ་ཁ་ཞུས་པ་བཅས་ཀྱི་དམིགས་ཡུལ་གཙོ་གཙོ་བོ་ནི་ཨ་རིའི་གྲོས་ཚོགས་དང་ BBG སོགས་ཀྱི་གལ་ཆེའི་མི་སྣའི་རྒྱབ་སྐྱོར་ཐོབ་རྒྱུར་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ལ་རེ་བ་བཅངས་པ་ནི་མི་མང་པོས་ཡིད་ཆེས་བྱེད་བཞིན་འདུག ཉེ་བའི་ནང་དུ་ཡང་རྒྱ་མོ་དང་སྐལ་ལྡན་མཉམ་དུ་གཞུང་འབྲེལ་ཕྱིར་བསྐྱོད་ཟེར་བ་བྱེད་བཞིན་པའི་སྒང་རེད། རྒྱ་མོའི་རྒྱབ་ལྗོངས་གནས་ཚུལ་ལ་ལྟས་ན་ཁྱེད་ཚོ་ཧང་སངས་རྒྱུ་རེད།
    རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liuཡིས་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ལ་དམིགས་བསལ་ཆེན་བྱས་པ་དང་ཁོ་གཉིས་མཉམ་དུ་རྒྱ་གར་སོགས་ལ་གཞུང་འབྲེལ་མིང་ཐོག་ཕྱིར་བསྐྱོད་ཡང་ཡང་བྱས་པ་དེ་ནི་སྐལ་ལྡན་ལ་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་གལ་ཆེའི་མི་སྣ་ཁ་ཤས་དང་འབྲེལ་བ་ཡོད་ཙང་མ་ཡིན་ནམ།
    སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་དེ་སྔ་གྲ་པ་བྱེད་མྱོང་མཁན་མི་ཞིག་རེད། ཡིན་པ་ཡིན་ནའི་ཁོ་པའི་ནང་མི་སྤུན་ཆེད་དང་ཁེ་ཕན་ཡོད་པའི་མི་སྣ་རེ་ཟུང་ཕུད་ལས་རོགས་དང་དེ་སྔའི་གྲ་ཚང་གཅིག་པའི་ནང་ནས་ཁོ་པར་ཡིད་ཆེས་དང་དགའ་པོ་བྱེད་མཁན་ཧ་ཅང་ཉུང་ཉུང་རེད། ལྷག་དོན་དུ་ཨི་ཤི་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གྱི་ལས་བྱེད་བརྒྱ་ཆ་95ཡན་གྱིས་སྐལ་ལྡན་ལ་ཡིད་ཆེས་བྱ་རྒྱུ་ཕར་བཞག་མི་འདི་ཚུལ་མིན་གྱི་མི་ཞིག་ཡིན་པར་ངོས་འཛིན་བྱེད་ཀྱི་འདུག
    རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་གལ་ཆེའི་མི་སྣ་ཚོས་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱི་ཁྲབ་སྟོན་དེར་གདེང་འཇོག་གང་འདྲ་གནང་གི་ཡོད། ངས་ཚོད་དཔགས་བྱེད་མི་ཐུབ།
    སྟབས་ལེགས་པ་ཞིག་ལ་ཞུགས་སྒར་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་གལ་ཆེའི་མི་སྣ་ཁག་གཅིག་གིས་ཨི་ཤི་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་འདས་པའི་ནང་གི་ལེ་ཚན་དང་གསར་འགྱུར་ཁག་ལ་གདེང་འཇོག་ཆེན་པོ་གནང་བ་མ་ཟད། ད་རེས་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་གནས་དབྱུང་བཏང་པ་དེར་དོན་གཅོད་ལས་བྱེད་ཀྱི་ནོར་འཁྲུལ་བྱས་པར་རྣམ་འགྱུར་འཛིན་མཁན་ཡོད་པ་ནི་ང་ཚོའི་གཞུང་ནང་ཕུག་རྒྱང་རིང་པོར་གཟིགས་ཐུབ་པའི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་ཡོད་པའི་རྟགས་མཚན་རེད། མདོར་བསྡུས་ན་ཨ་རི་གཙོས་པའི་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་གནས་སྟངས་དང་རྒྱ་ནག་གི་ལོ་རྒྱུས། བོད་རྒྱའི་འབྲེལ་བ་ལྷག་པར་དུ་རྒྱ་ནག་དབུས་གཞུང་རྒྱུས་མངའ་ཆེན་པོ་ཡོད་པའི་བོད་རྒྱ་དབྱིན་གསུམ་གྱི་སྐད་ཡིག་སོགས་ཤེས་རྒྱ་ཆེན་པོ་ཡོད་པའི་བབ་བརླིང་བརྟན་གསུམ་གྱི་ ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གྱི་འགན་འཛིན་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་གློ་བུར་དུ་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་དེ་བོད་ཀྱི་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་གོང་འཕེལ་གཏོང་རྒྱུར་གྱོང་གུན་ཚབ་ཆེན་ཕོག་པ་ཞིག་རེད།
    བོད་ལ་རང་དབང་མ་ཐོབ་བར་དུ་བོད་མི་བཙན་བྱོལ་དུ་སྡོད་པའི་རིང་བོད་པའི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་ལྐོག་ཟ་དང་དྲང་པོ་མེད་པ་ཁྱོག་བཤད་བྱེད་པ། གཞུང་དོན་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་བྱེད་པ་སོགས་བྱ་སྤྱོད་ངན་པ་དག་བཀག་འགོག་བྱ་རྒྱུའི་ཆེད་དུ་རང་དབང་ཡོངས་སུ་ལྡན་པའི་སྒོ་ནས་སྐད་ཆ་དྲང་པོ་ཤོད་སའི་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་ཀྱི་ལོ་རྒྱུས་ཤིག་གསར་སྐྲུན་བྱེད་དང་ཡང་ན་CCTV ལྟ་བུའི་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་ཀྱི་དྲིལ་བསྒྲགས་ཁང་བྱེད་དམ།
    ངའི་བསམ་པར་ཆོས་སྲིད་ཀྱི་ལས་དོན་ག་རེ་བྱས་ཀྱང་དཀོན་མཆོག་དཔང་བཙུགས་ཀྱི་དྲང་པོ་བཞག་བྱེད་དགོས་པ་ལས་རྒྱ་མི་ལྟར་མ་ཉེས་ཁ་གཡོག་བྱེད་མི་རུང་།
    དེ་བས་གལ་ཆེ་ཤོས་ཤིག་ལ་བོད་ནང་གི་བོད་མི་ཚོས་རང་སྲོག་བློས་བཏང་ནས་བོད་ཀྱི་རང་དབང་ཆེད་རྒྱ་དམར་དང་འཐབ་རྩོད་དྲག་པོ་བྱེད་དུས་ལ་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱིས་ད་དུང་ཡང་ལས་ངན་མཚམས་འཇོག་བྱས་མེད་པ་དེ་མང་ཚོགས་ཚོས་ཤེས་པ་དགོས།

  131. NewGenerationTB | December 12th, 2012 | 11:31 pm

    This controversy is about Ngapo Jigmei the Junior…..why does he maintain silence? Is this his politics? Why do rest of the community rise and defend his job? or is he in FBI or CIA detention somewhere in Guantanomo? He at least has the moral obligation to be candid about his work relation with Libby Liu and his own version of reason for being fired? Or is he dead? If he is dead, then we just run wild and come with all sort of assumptions and speculations and shout for nothing.

    Ngobo Jigmei…..come out….now it is time for all the opinionated folks inside here to put pressure on this dude…otherwise, let him live with his fate in silence. He is one of the six million Tibetans….not he is the SIX MILLION Tibetan. NO BIG DEAL!!!

    NG

  132. Ja Khading.. | December 13th, 2012 | 1:34 am

    Unfortunately, like his father Ngabo senior, Ngabo junior will take the truth to his grave – thanks to his silence! Good point NG!

  133. An Observer | December 13th, 2012 | 1:47 am

    131.

    Ngabo Jigme may have been required by the RFA to sign a “Deed of Release” (not sure if this is the legal term used in the US)which would legally forbid him and the RFA from speaking about the circumstances of his departure.

  134. daveno | December 13th, 2012 | 9:07 am

    @133 -I agree.JN probably would know the ins.

  135. Jha Khadi | December 13th, 2012 | 9:38 am

    Observer-la,

    Often you have to break the ‘rules’ to speak out the truth! This analogy might go way off the mark, but I would still stick my neck out to say that Tibetans inside Tibet are breaking ‘the deeds of rules’ of the Chinese system in their protests for Tibetan freedom. Truth comes at a price! But truth also sets us free. Sorry for the cliches!

  136. Phuntsok | December 15th, 2012 | 1:08 am

    ༄༅༎ དཔལ་ལྡན་༧མི་རྗེ་སྐུ་སྒེར་དྲུང་ཆེ་རྣམས་ཀྱི་༧ཞབས་དྲུང་དུ།
    ཞུ་གསོལ་གུས་འབངས་ཕྱི་རྒྱལ་དུ་གནས་འཁོད་འགའ་ཞིག་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་གསོལ་བ་ཕུར་བཙུགས་སུ་འདེབས་ཏེ་ཞུ་བྱའི་སྙིང་པོར། དགོངས་མངའ་བཞིན་ཨ་རིར་ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གྱི་འགན་འཛིན་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ཉེ་ཆར་གློ་བུར་དུ་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་ནི་མ་མཐར་ཡང་བོད་ཀྱི་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་གོང་འཕེལ་གཏོང་རྒྱུར་གྱོང་གུན་ཆེན་པོ་ཐེབས་རྒྱུ་ཡིན་ན་གཤམ་འོག་གི་མི་སྣར་གོ་སྐོན་བསླབ་བྱ་ཞིག་གནང་ནས་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་མྱུར་སྐྱོབས་གནང་བའི་སྐྱབས་འཇུག་ཐུགས་རྗེ་བརྩེ་བས་གཟིགས་པ་མཁྱེན་ཞེས་ཞུ་རྒྱུ་ཡིན། ལྷག་པར་དུ་གལ་ཆེ་བ་ཞིག་ལ་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་སྐུ་ཆའི་བདེ་འཇགས་ཆེད་དུ་མཇལ་ཁར་བཅར་མཁན་མི་སྣའི་རྒྱབ་ལྗོིངས་ཚུལ་ལུགས་དང་མཐུན་མིན་ཞིབ་འཇུག་ཟབ་ནན་གནང་བའི་རེད་བ་ཡོད།
    ཞུ་དོན་གཙོ་བོར། ལོ་ཤས་གོང་དུ་ཨ་རིའི་གྲོས་ཚོགས་ནས་ཕྱི་སྲིད་ལས་ཁུངས་སུ་རྒྱ་ནག་གཙོས་སྲིད་དབང་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་སྲིད་གཞུང་ཁག་གིས་འཕྲིན་གཏོང་དྲ་གནས་ལ་བཀག་བསྡོམས་བྱེད་བཞིན་པ་དེར་འགོག་རྒོལ་བྱ་རྒྱུའི་ལས་གཞིའི་ཆེད་དུ་ཨ་སྒོར་ས་ཡ་བཅུ་སྤྲད་ནས་སྲིད་དབང་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་འོག་གི་མང་ཚོགས་ཚོར་རང་དབང་ཐོག་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་གནས་ཚུལ་མཐོང་ཐོས་བྱེད་ཐུབ་པའི་ལས་འགན་སྤྲད་ཡོད་ཀྱང་ཕྱི་སྲིད་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་རྒྱུ་མཚན་ཁ་ཤས་རྐྱེན་པས་ལས་གཞི་དེ་མ་གྲུབ་པར་ཕྱི་སྲིད་ཁང་ནས་དངུལ་ལོར་དེ་དག་གྲོས་སུ་ཕྱིར་སྤྲད། རྗེས་སུ་གྲོས་ཚོགས་ནས་ཨ་སྒོར་ས་ཡ་བཅུ་པོ་དེ་དག་BBG ལ་སྤྲད་ནས་གོང་གསལ་ལས་གཞི་དེ་སྒྲུབ་ཏུ་བཅུག་ Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) ནས་སྲིད་དབང་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་ཀྱི་ཡུལ་གྲུའི་ནང་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་རང་དབང་གི་གསར་འགྱུར་དང་གཞུང་ཕྱོགས་དང་ལྟ་བ་མི་གཅིག་པའི་གནས་ཚུལ་སོགས་མི་མང་གི་མཐོང་ཐོད་ཡོང་བའི་ལས་གཞི་དེ་RFA དང་ IBB གཉིས་ལ་སྤྲོད་རྒྱུ་བྱས། ཡིན་ནའི་ BBG གི་ གཙོ་འཛིན་ Michael P. Meehan དང་ Victor H. Ashe
    གཉིས་པོ་ནི་ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་འགན་འཛིན་རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liuདང་འབྲེལ་བ་ཟབ་པོ་ཆགས་ཡོད་པ་དང་། ལྷག་པར་དུ་ Michael P. Meehan དང་རྒྱ་མོ་གཉིས་པོ་ཕོ་མོའི་གབ་མཐུན་འབྲེལ་བ་དམ་ཟབ་ཡོད་པའི་གནས་ཚུལ་ནི་ཡོངས་གྲགས་ཀྱི་གསང་བ་ཞིག་ཡིན་པ་དེའི་སྐོར་ཤེས་འདོད་ན་VOA བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གྱི་ལས་བྱེད་ཚོར་དྲིས་ནའང་དེ་བས་གསལ་པོ་ཁྱེན་ཐུབ་རྒྱུ་རེད། དེར་བརྟེན་མཐར་ཨ་སྒོར་ས་ཡ་བཅུ་དེ་RFA གི་འགན་འཛིན་རྒྱ་མོ་Libby Liu ལ་ཐོབ་པ་མ་ཟད། སྟབས་འཁེལ་པ་ཡིན་རུང་ཅི་ཡིན་ཨ་སྒོར་ས་ཡ་གཅིག་ Michael P. Meehan གི་ཐེ་རྩའི་ནང་བཅུག་ཡོད་སྐད་འདུག
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    http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/matier-ross/article/Deputy-DA-in-Office-Whoopee-Case-to-File-Lawsuit-2974391.php
    ཡང་རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liu ཡིས་ BBG ལས་བྱེད་པ་ Michael Meehan ཁྲིད་ནས་ Chicago་ དུ་༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་མཇལ་ཁར་བསྐྱོད་པའི་སྐབས་མོས་སྨད་གཡོག་ཧ་ཅང་ཐུང་ཐུང་ཞིག་གྱོན་ནས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་ཞབས་ལ། མོའི་རྐང་པའི་པུད་མོ་སྦྱར་ནས་པར་རྒྱབ་ཡོད་འདུག་པ་ (Dalai Lama Discusses BBG and Tibet with Meehan, Liu)
    ཞེས་པའི་བརྗོད་གཞིའི་གནས་ཚུལ་ཞིག་འདུག འདིའི་སྐོར་ཞིབ་ཕྲ་གཟིགས་ན་འདིར་སྣོན།
    http://www.bbg.gov/press-release/dalai-lama-discusses-bbg-and-tibet-with-meehan-liu/ དྲ་གནས་དེ་དག་སྒང་གི་པར་ལ་གཟིགས་དང་དཔེ་སྲིད་ཀྱི་རེད་པས། གུས་ཞབས་མེད་པའི་མཇལ་འཕྲད་འདི་གོ་སྒྲིག་སུས་བྱས་པ་རས། ༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་གི་སྐུ་ཆའི་སྲུང་ཆའི་ཐད་ལ་དྲག་པོའི་མཚོན་ཆ་ཁོ་ན་མིན་པར་ཕྱོགས་ཡོངས་ཀྱི་བདེ་འཇགས་ལ་ཟབ་ནན་བྱེད་དགོས་པ་ཞིག་མ་ཡིན་ནམ། ༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་སྤྱིར་བཏང་གི་དབུ་ཁྲིད་ཞིག་དང་མི་འདྲ་བར་མ་མཐར་ཡང་འཛམ་གླིང་ནང་པ་ཡོངས་ཀྱི་དབུ་ཁྲིད་དང་དད་པ་ཞུ་སའི་ཆེས་བླ་ན་མེད་པའི་བླ་ཆེན་ཞིག་རེད། ཁོང་གི་འགྲམ་དུ་སྨད་ཚོང་མ་ཡོད་པའི་འདྲ་པར་ཞིག་ཕྱི་རྒྱལ་གསར་འགོད་པ་ཞིག་ལ་རག་ན་མཇུག་འབྲས་གང་འདྲ་ཡོང་སྲིད། དེའི་འགན་སུས་ཁྱེར་ཐུབ། !!!
    Rfa ལས་ཁུངས་ནང་ཆ་མཚོན་ན་ཐོག་མར་རྒྱ་མོ་ལིའུ་ཁོ་མོ་ཡོང་ལུགས་ཡོང་སྟངས་མི་ཤེས་ཀྱང་དེ་སྔའི་rfa གི་འགན་འཛིན་ Richard Richter ལ་ཡང་རྒྱ་མོ་ལིའུ་ཡིས་གལ་སྲིད་ཁོ་མོ་གོ་གནས་སྤར་རྒྱུར་ Richard ཁྱོད་ཀྱི་བཀག་བསྡོམས་བྱས་ན་ཁྱོད་ཀྱི་ཁོ་མོར་(རྒྱ་མོ་ལིའུ་ལ་)ཆགས་སེམས་ཀྱིས་བཙན་བཤེས་བྱས་བྱུང་ཟེ་ཞུ་གཏུག་རྒྱག་རྒྱུའི་འཇིགས་སྣང་སྐུལ་ནས་མཐར་ Richard Richter རྒས་ཡོལ་དུ་འགྲོ་སྐབས་ཁོ་མོ་འགན་འཛིན་གྱི་ཚབ་ཏུ་མ་བསྐོ་ཐབས་མེད་ཆགས་པའི་སྐོར་གྱི་གནས་ཚུལ་ཞིག་གཤམ་འོག་ཏུ་གོ་རྒྱུ་ཡོད་ཀྱང་ར་སྤྲོད་དཔང་རྟགས་གསལ་པོ་ཞིག་མེད་ནའང་RFA ལས་བྱེད་རྣམས་ལ་དྲིས་ན་དེ་བས་གསལ་པོ་ཤེས་རྒྱུ་རེད། འདི་ལྟ་བུའི་སྐྱུག་དྲོ་བའི་ཁྲེལ་མེད་ཀྱི་ཀུན་སྤྱོད་ལྡན་པའི་རྒྱ་མོ་དེར་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་མཇལ་ཁ་ཡང་ཡང་ཞུ་བཅུག་ན་གལ་ཏེ་མོས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ལ་མི་བདེན་རྫུན་སྒྲིག་གི་སྙོན་འཛུགས་དང་མཚན་སྨད་ཞུས་པའམ། ཡང་ན་བྱ་བྱེད་མང་བའི་རྒྱ་མོ་རང་ཉིད་དེ་སྔ་ཉི་ཧོང་གི་ཆོས་དཔོན་ཨ་ས་ཧ་ར་ལྟ་བུའི་ཁྲིམས་འགལ་གྱི་གནས་ཚུལ་འདྲ་ལྷག་ན་སླར་ཡང་རྒྱ་དམར་ཕྱོགས་ཀྱིས་འུར་རྒྱབ་ནས་བཤད་རྒྱུ་ཞིག་མི་ཡོང་ག་ལ་སྲིད།
    དེ་ཡང་ལོ་རབས་དགུ་བཅུའི་འགོ་སྟོད་དུ་ཉི་ཧོང་ནང་མིང་ལ་ Shoko Asahara ཞེས་པའི་བདེན་པའི་ཆོས་ཉམས་ལེན་བྱེད་མཁན་ཡིན་ཟེར་མཁན་མིག་ལོང་བ་དེས་ཞུགས་སྒར་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་མཇལ་ཁར་བཅར་ཡོད་པ་མ་ཟད། ༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་དང་ལྷན་དུ་སྐུ་པར་ཡང་མགྲོན་ཡོད། རྗེས་སུ་༡༩༩༥ལོར་ཉི་ཧོང་གི་རྒྱལ་ས་ཀྲོག་ཀོར་གྱི་ས་འོག་མེ་འཁོར་ནང་དུག་རྫས་ཀྱི་གནོད་སྐྱོན་བཏང་པའི་དོན་རྐྱེན་དེ་དང་ Shoko Asahara འབྲེལ་བ་ཡོད་པའི་གནས་ཚུལ་ཐོན་པ་དང་སྦྲགས་རྒྱ་དམར་དགའ་ཐག་ཆོད་ནས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་དང་ཨ་ས་ཧ་ར་གཉིས་འབྲེལ་བ་ཡོད་སྐོར་རྩོམ་ཡིག་སྤེལ་ནས་མཚན་སྨད་ཞུས་པ་མ་ཟད། ཐ་ན་རྒྱ་དམར་གྱིས་དེའི་སྐོར་གློག་བརྙན་ཡང་བཟོས་ནས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ལ་མཚན་སྨད་ཞུས་པ་སྐུ་སྒེར་ཡིག་ཚང་དང་བཀའ་ཤག་དེ་བཞིན་སྤྱི་འཐུས་བཅས་ཀྱིས་བརྗེད་ཡོད་ཀྱི་མ་རེད།
    འདི་ལྟར་གནས་ཚུལ་བྱུང་ན་སུས་འགན་ཁུར་ཕོད།
    ༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ནས་ཡིན་གཅིག་མིན་གཅིག་རྒྱ་མོ་ཞིག་ཁྲིད་ཤོག་ཅེས་གཤམ་འོག་ལ་བཀའ་བཏང་གནང་བ་རྩ་ནས་ཡིན་གྱི་མ་རེད། ཡང་ན་རྒྱ་མོ་དེའི་མཇལ་ཁ་གོ་སྒྲིག་སུས་བྱས་པ་ཡིན་ནམ། སླད་མཚན་སྨད་སོགས་བྱུང་སྲིད་པའི་རང་བཞིན་ལ་བསམ་བློ་དང་དོགས་ཟོན་བྱས་ཡོད་དམ།མི་རེ་གཉིས་ཀྱི་ལྐོག་ཟ་དང་ངོམ་གསོ་བྱེད་ཆེད་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་བེད་སྤྱོད་བྱས་པ་མིན་ན་ཅི་ཡིན། ༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་གི་མཛད་འཕྲིན་སྔར་ལས་གོང་འཕེལ་འགྲོ་བ་དང་དུས་མཚུངས་མཇལ་ཁ་སོགས་གོ་སྒྲིག་ཞུ་མཁན་ཚོས་ངེས་པར་དུ་འགན་ཁུར་ཆེ་རུ་གཏོང་བ་དང་དོགས་ཟོན་ཆེར་སྐྱེད་བྱེད་དགོས་པ་རེད་དང་མ་རེད། འདིའི་ཐད་བདེ་སྲུང་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་འགྲེལ་བརྗོད་ཇི་ལྟར་བྱ་རྒྱུ་ཡིན།
    རྒྱ་མོ་ Libby Liu ནི་གང་བྱུང་གིས་དབང་ཆ་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་བྱེད་མཁན་ཡིན་པ་ཐ་ན་ཁོ་མོའི་གཅུང་མོའི་དགའ་གྲོགས་སམ་བཟའ་ཟླ་ John Estrala ཟེར་བ་དེ་ RFA ལས་ཁུངས་ནང་གསར་དུ་བཅུག་རྗེས་ RFA འཛིན་སྐྱོང་ལས་བྱེད་དཀྱུས་མ་དེ་ནས་མགྱོགས་མྱུར་ངང་འགན་འཛིན་གཞོན་པར་ཐད་བསྐོས་བྱས་པར་གླེང་གཞིར་གྱུར་ཡོད། ཡང་བསྐྱར་དྲན་གསོ་ཞིག་བྱས་ན་ཁོ་མོ་རྒན་འཛིན་བྱས་ནས་ཡུན་རིང་མ་སོང་བའི་ནང་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གྱི་ལས་བྱེད་ཉུང་དུ་གཏོང་རྩིས་བྱས་པ་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱིས་ཀྱང་གསལ་པོ་ཤེས་ཀྱི་ཡོད། བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་ཉུང་དུ་བཏང་པ་ཡིན་ན་བོད་པ་ཁ་ཤས་ལས་ཀ་ཤོར་ཙམ་གྱི་གནད་དོན་སྟབས་བདེ་ཞིག་མིན་པར་འདི་ནི་བོད་པའི་སྨྲ་བརྗོད་རང་དབང་གི་སྲོག་རྩ་ཞིག་ཡིན་པ་ཚང་མས་མཁྱེན་གསལ་རེད། ད་རེས་སླར་ཡང་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གོང་འཕེལ་འགྲོ་རྒྱུའི་རྩ་བ་བཅད་པ་དེ་དང་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་ཁེ་ཕན་དང་བརྗེ་རེས་བྱས་པ་རེད། ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གསར་བཙུགས་བྱས་ནས་ད་བར་དུས་ཡུན་ལོ་བཅུ་དྲུག་ཙམ་འགྲོ་བ་དང་ང་ཚོ་ཡང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་འདི་ཉན་ནས་ལོ་དེ་ཙམ་སོང་བའི་མྱོང་བ་དངོས་ནས་བཤད་ན། ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་ཁྱད་ཆོས་གཙོ་བོ་ནི་དབུས་སྐད་དང་ཁམས་སྐད་ཨམ་སྐད་བཅས་ཆོལ་ཁ་གསུམ་གྱི་སྐད་གདྭངས་ཡོད་པ་དེ་རེད། ཉེ་ཆར་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་ལས་འཕྲོས་པའི་གནད་དོན་འགའ་ཞིག་དྲ་གནས་ཐོག་བཀོད་པར། ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ཀྱིས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་མཛད་འཕྲིན་སྐོར་རྒྱང་སྲིང་བྱེད་རྒྱུར་ཚོད་འཛིན་བྱས་པའི་སྐྱོན་འཛུགས་རེ་གཉིས་བྱས་འདུག་པ་ནི་ཧ་ཅང་གི་བདེན་པ་མ་རེད། ང་ཚོས་ཀྱང་རྒྱ་མི་ནང་བཞིན་རྫུན་གཏམ་དང་ཧམ་བཤད་བྱས་ན་འགྲིག་གམ།
    ང་ཚོར་ཆ་མཚོན་ན་ནི་ཧ་ལམ་ཉིན་ལྟར་ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཉན་མཁན་གྲས་ཡིན་པས་དཔང་པོ་བྱས་ནས་བཤད་རྒྱུ་ཡོད། དཔེ་ན་ཨེ་ཤ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་གསར་འགྱུར་དང་ལེ་ཚན་ཁག་གི་ནང་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་ཆིབས་བསྒྱུར་དང་མཛད་འཆར་ཡོད་དོ་ཅོག་འགོ་ནས་མཇུག་བར་ཉན་རྒྱུ་ཡོད། དེ་ཡིན་མིན་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་སྒྲ་མཛོད་ནང་གཟིགས་པ་དང་ཉན་མཁན་ཡོངས་ལ་འདྲིས་ན་གསལ་པོ་རེད། ད་དུང་ལོ་ཤས་སྔོན་ནས་ད་བར་དུ་༧གོང་ས་སྐུ་ཕྲེང་༡༤་པ་མཆོག་གི་མཛད་རྣམ་གསར་པ་དེ་ཡང་ཧ་ཅང་གོ་བདེ་བའི་ངང་འཇག་ཀློག་མུ་མཐུད་གནང་མུས་རེད། དེས་མ་ཟད་ད་དུང་བཙན་བྱོལ་བོད་གཞུང་ཞེས་པ་སོགས་དམིགས་བསལ་ལེ་ཚན་སྣ་ཚོགས་ཤིག་འདེམས་ཁ་བྱས་ནས་གསན་རྒྱུ་འདུག ཨེ་ཤ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་དེའི་སྐོར་རྒྱས་ཙམ་བཤད་ན་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་དེ་གསར་འཛུགས་བྱས་ནས་བཟུང་ད་ལྟའི་བར་ལོ་བཅུ་དྲུག་ཙམ་སོང་བ་འདིའི་རིང་ལ་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཉན་རྒྱུ་ཡོད་པ་མ་ཟད། དྲ་རྒྱའི་ཐོག་ཉིན་ལྟར་གནས་ཚུལ་གསར་པ་ཀློག་རྒྱུ་ཡང་ཡོད་པ་དེ་ནི་བོད་ཡིག་ཐོག་གནས་ཚུལ་གསར་པ་བཀོད་མཁན་ཤུགས་ཆེ་ཤོས་དེ་རེད། སྐད་གདངས་ཐད་དབུས་སྐད་དང་ཨམ་སྐད་ཁམས་སྐད་བཅས་སྐད་གདངས་རིགས་གསུམ་ཡོད་པ་དེས་ཧ་ལམ་བོད་ཀྱི་ས་ཁྱོན་ཆོལ་ཁ་གསུམ་ལ་གོ་ཐུབ་པ་ནི་ངོ་མཚར་ཆེན་མོ་ཨེ་མ་རེད།
    རླུང་འཕྲིན་དང་བརྙན་འཕྲིན་སོགས་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་ཀྱི་འགོ་ཁྲིད་ནི་ཚད་དང་ལྡན་པའི་ཕུལ་བྱུང་གི་བྱང་ཚད་ཡོད་པ་ཞིག་དགོས་ངེས་རེད། བྱང་ཚད་ཀྱི་མཚན་ཉིད་ནི་སྐྱེ་བོ་ཞིག་གི་ངོས་ནས་བརྗོད་ན་རང་དང་ཐོག་གཉུག་མ་ཉིད་ནས་ཡོད་པའི་བསམ་བློའི་འཁྱེར་བཟོ་དང་། ཤེས་སྟོབས། གོམས་གཤིས། གཤིས་ཀ་དེ་བཞིན་རིགས་གནས་སྒྱུ་རྩལ་ལ་སོགས་མྱུ་གུ་སྐྱེད་པར་བྱ་བའི་ས་བོན་ལྟ་བུ་དེས་ཆེས་རྩ་བར་བྱས་པའི་བྱང་ཚད་ཀྱི་རྨང་གཞིའི་ཐོག་གོམ་པ་རིམ་བགྲོད་ཀྱིས་འཚོ་བའི་ཁྲོད་ཀྱི་ཁོར་ཡུག་གི་ཕྱི་རྐྱེན་དང་། ནང་རྐྱེན་སོགས་རྟེན་འབྲེལ་སྣ་ཚོགས་ཀྱི་ཤུགས་རྐྱེན་ལས་གྲུབ་པའི་མི་རྣམས་ཀྱི་སེམས་ཁམས་དང་། གཟུགས་ཁམས། ཚན་རིག་རིག་གནས། སྐྱེ་ཁམས། རང་དབང་དམངས་གཙོའི་བསམ་བློ་སོགས་ཀྱི་ཤེས་བྱ་ཡོན་ལྡན་གྱི་བློའི་རྟོགས་པའི་བྱང་གོམས་ཀྱི་ཚད་དེ་ལ་བྱང་ཚད། ཅེས་བརྗོད་པ་དེ་ལའང་ས་བོན་མེས་འཚིག་པ་ལ་མྱུ་གུ་སྔོན་པོ་ཇི་ལྟར་སྐྱེ་བ་དང་། ས་ལུད་ཆུ་དང་གཡོག་བྱེད་མ་འཛོམས་ན། རྡོ་སྐམ་སྟེང་དུ་ལྗང་པ་ཇི་ལྟར་སྐྱེ་བའི་དཔེ་ལས་རྟོགས་པར་གྱུར་བ་སོགས་གང་ཙམ་བཤད་རྒྱུ་ཡོད་པས་ཡིག་རྫོབས་ཀྱིས་མ་བཤད་ན་དགའ། དེས་ན་བོད་དང་ལྷག་པར་དུ་བཙན་བྱོལ་བོད་མིའི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ཁྲོད་ཀྱི་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་ལ་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ལྟ་བུའི་ཕུལ་བྱུང་གི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་འདི་འདྲ་བ་ཡོད་པ་ནི་དཔལ་དང་རྒྱན་ཞིག་རེད། ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་བོད་སྐད་སྡེ་ཚན་གྱི་ད་ལྟའི་སྤུད་ཚད་འདི་འདྲ་བྱུང་བ་དེ་ཡང་ལས་བྱེད་ཚོའི་ཤེས་ཚད་དང་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ཀྱི་འགོ་ཁྲིད་ནུས་པ་དེས་བྱུང་བ་རེད། ཡིན་པ་ཡིན་ནའི་བློ་ཕམ་པ་ཞིག་ལ་ཉེ་ཆར་ཨེ་ཤེ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུང་འཕྲིན་ཁང་གི་རྒྱ་མོ་དེ་དང་དེའི་ངན་འབྲེལ་མི་སྣས་ཁོང་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པའི་བྱ་སྤྱོད་འདི་ནི་དགྲ་དགའ་གཉེན་སྡུག་གི་བྱ་བ་ཞིག་མ་ཡིན་ནམ། བོད་ནང་གི་ལས་བྱེད་པ་དང་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་ཚོས་བཙན་བྱོལ་ཕྱོགས་ལ་ཆེས་ཡིད་རངས་བྱེད་པ་གཅིག་ནི། དེ་སྔ་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ནས་ནམ་ཞིག་བོད་མིས་བོད་སྐྱོང་བའི་དུས་ལ་སླེབས་དུས་གཙོ་བོ་བོད་ནང་གི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་དང་ལས་ཀ་བྱེད་བཞིན་པའི་ལས་བྱེད་ཚོས་བོད་སྐྱོང་དགོས། ཅེས་བཀའ་རྩལ་གནང་པའི་དགོངས་གཞི་དེ་རེད། ད་ཆ་བཙན་བྱོལ་ནང་གི་མཐོ་རིམ་མི་སྣ་རེ་གཉིས་ཀྱིས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་དགོངས་གཞི་དེར་གཏོར་ཤིག་གཏོང་བའི་དཔེ་མཚོན་ཞིག་ནི་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ཀྱི་ནུས་པ་མེད་པ་བཟོས་པ་དེ་རེད། ཡང་མི་ལ་ལས་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ལ་བོད་རང་བཙན་གྱི་ལྟ་བ་ཡོད་མ་རེད་ལ་དབུ་མའི་ལྟ་བ་ཡང་ཡོད་མ་རེད་གསུང་མཁན་ཡང་འདུག འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ལ་ཆབ་སྲིད་ཀྱི་ལྟ་བ་གང་དང་གང་ཞིག་ཡོད་དང་མེད་དེ་ཁོང་རང་ཉིད་ཀྱི་མ་གཏོག་གསལ་པོ་ཤེས་མཁན་སུ་ཡང་མེད། ཡིན་ན་ཡང་གལ་ཆེ་ཤོས་ནི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་ཁོང་ལ་བོད་དང་བོད་མི་རིགས་ལ་ཕུག་རྒྱང་རིང་པོར་ཕན་ཐོག་གི་ཕུགས་བསམ་ཡོད་པ་ད་ཕན་ཁོང་གི་ལས་དོན་དེ་ནས་ང་ཚོས་ཚིག་ཐག་བཅད་ནས་བཤད་ཆོག ང་ཚོ་ཡང་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་སློབ་མ་ཡིན་ལ་ཕ་ཚ་བུ་རྒྱུད་ཡོངས་ཀྱིས་བོད་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་ལ་བཅངས་པའི་དགའ་ཞེན་དང་ཞབས་ཞུ་མྱོང་བའི་སྤོབས་སེམས་ལྡན་པའི་བོད་མི་ཡིན། ཕྱི་རྒྱལ་གྱི་རྒྱལ་ཁོངས་པ་སེ་ཡོད་ཀྱང་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་འབངས་མི་སེར་ཡིན།
    མདོར་བསྡུས་ན་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཟེར་བའི་གྲ་ལོག་དེ་ལ་དེ་སྔ་དགེ་རྒན་ཞིག་ཡོད་པ་ཁོང་གིས་ཞལ་བརྡ་བསླབ་བྱ་ཞིག་གནང་སྟེ་གཡངས་ས་ནས་རྟ་ཁ་འཐེན་རན་ཐག་ཆོད་པ་རེད། གལ་སྲིད་མ་ཤེས་མ་ཐོད་མདོག་གནང་ནས་སྣང་མེད་དུ་བཞག་ན་གྱོང་གུན་ཕོག་མཁན་ནི་བོད་སྤྱི་ལ་ཡིན་པ་མ་ཚད་གྲ་ལོག་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱིས་དངོས་སྒྲུབ་མ་བྱུང་ནའང་ལག་མགོ་བློས་རོགས་ཟེར་དགོས་པ་ཞིག་ཡོང་རྒྱུ་ཏན་འཁེལ་བ་རེད། མནའ་བོའོ་གཏམ་དཔེར་ཟབ་ཟབ་མ་གནང་ན་ཆུ་ཆུང་ཆུང་གིས་ལུང་པ་ཆུས་འཁྱེར་ཟེར་བ་ལྟར་ཡོང་ཉེན་ལ་སེམས་ཚབ་ཆེ་བ་བཅས་དེ་དོན་དགོངས་མངའ་མཁྱེན།
    ཕྱིར་སྡོད་གུས་འབངས་འགའ་ཞིག་ནས་གུས་ཕྱག་དང་བཅས་ཏེ།
    གུས་ཕུལ།

  137. Kaldan L | December 15th, 2012 | 11:34 am

    བོད་པའི་ལྷ་དང་། བོད་པའི་དཔོན། སྔར་ནས་ད་བར། ཕྱི་ལ་མི་ཟུག་ནང་དུ་ཟུག རྒྱ་སོག་སྤྱད་དེ་དབང་ཆ་རྩོད། མཁེ་ཕན་ལེན་བཞི་ལེན་བཞིན་ཡོང་། མི་རིགས་གནས་བབ་ད་ལྟའི་འདི་ལ་བསྐྱལ། གཞིས་ལུས་མི་མང་རང་ཡུལ་རྩོད། རྩོད་པས་མི་ཚད་ཚེ་སྲོག་གློད། བྱེས་འབྱོར་ཙི་ཙི་མ་བུ་ཁ་མཐུན་ཏེ། རྒྱ་འདྲེ་གྲོགས་སུ་བསྟེན་ནས་ང་འཇིགས་ཕུད། མཁེ་བཟང་ལེན་རྒྱུར་བསམ་ནས་རིགས་ཞེན་དོར། རྒྱ་ཡི་དངུལ་ལོར་བླང་ནས་ཚོགས་པ་བཙུགས། གཞིས་ལུས་བོད་མིར་ལེགས་སྐྱེས་ཆེན་པོ་རེད། དཔོན་པོ་འབངས་སུ་ཡིན་དགོངས་པ་ཡག་པོ་བཞེས། ནོར་ཡང་བཅོས་རྒྱུ་ཡོད་པ་ཐུགས་ལ་ཞོགས།

  138. Agu Tonpa | December 16th, 2012 | 1:04 am

    This issue is not just about Ngabo Jr., LS, Kalden lodoe, Smadhong Lama, Penpa Tsering but about us which will have a huge impact if no one challenges the wrongdoings. We all don’t want to see another 10 years of Samdhong Rinpoche where despotism almost same as Chinese regime short of torture and killing.
    Also, we should think that It not overshadowing the grim picture coming out of Tibet- many opined and questioned if JN has something more important to do- as if we have something to do if we are not involved in this discussion.

    But in reality, we are being responsible by making sure we function democratically and truthfully and that we are not hypocrit by sweeping all these issues under the rug when the mistake is done by our leaders.

    When freedom of speech is stifled and when someone is targeted becuase of his political opinion, it doesn’t matter who that person is, we must all condemn the action.

    Can you imgagine if you are highly educated and has all of ideas but every different from mainstream political pundits, and you have been targeted for you opinion and fired from your job- What would you feel?

    Serthar Tsultrim accused JN for raising this issue and not focussing on Rangzen movement. I wondered, what would you do if you are not ready to stand up on your principle- ie, doing the right thing even if it is not popular.

    Imagine, if Serthar Tsulrim’s position as editor of that newspaper becuase of his rangzen stance, how would he feel.

    So, i wouldn’t join any organisation where there are people like Serthar Tsultrim- with no moral prinicipal, oppotunist, and always ready to jump with regionalism.

    So, in the end- we all can see that Jamyang norbu is a brave and an honest Tibetan intellectual without him, Tibetans will be doomed by psuedo Khewang like Samdhong Rinpoche and LS. Jamyang knows that by doing this unpopular yet right thing to do to open up our society to function transparently, he gets nothing by rebuke and condemnation.

    I salute you, Tibet’s Real Savior, Jamyang Norbu la.

    Yours Agu

  139. Tenzin Doje | December 16th, 2012 | 10:30 pm

    The best thing would be for you, Jamyang Norbu, to refrain from creating mistrust in our small community.

    Crawl back into the small silk-wrapped hole you crawled out of.

  140. freecitizen | December 17th, 2012 | 3:38 pm

    @139 – He does not need to crawl back like rest of us. He’s been out of that protective shell and jumped into the boiling H20.

    http://www.cocoon.org/cocoon-articles/silk-made-from-cocoon.shtml

  141. Dorjee | December 17th, 2012 | 8:26 pm

    @139.
    Jamyang norbu is not like us, looking for self benefit, buttering up higher ranks. He speaks truth and that is why people does not want to hear it. For me he is so inspiring and role model for the young blood who grew up here in United States. My parents generation… Even though they have opinion, they will tell us in the living room,do not speak that word to outside friends, it is not good, people will think that we are not supporter of Bodshung.I am tired of that and way over not to carry that habit of torch to my future childrens.My parents are like this time, Nyingye Ngabo la, he is such a simple and nice man, does not hurt anybody but still bash by CTA, at the same time when they talk with friends they are afraid to speak their mind. They will say what other friends want to listen. I am so tired of this cultural tibetan thing.
    So for these rreason I admire Jamyang Norbu for standing the truth. AS HHDL always used to tell. you youngsters are the future seed of tibet and TRUth will prevail at the end, I believe that Censoring RFA is not the truth and Ngabo la should be reinstated again.

  142. pema | December 18th, 2012 | 11:12 am

    Dear Rangzen supporters,
    Thank you very much for the hard work. I am sure you all might have read recent articles published by our Rangzen lover Mr. Jamyong Norbu la.
    The only organization he supported in his great writing is Tibetan Youth Congress. In my opinion, his ideology is really in tune with TYC.
    Please join me by thanking his for clear-out line.. We should all stand with him to oppose the outdated Policy of Dalai lama and CTA. It is time for show that we are with Mr. Jamyang Norbu.
    Fortunately, his articles are translated in Tibetan. Tibetans will soon learn that Dalai Lama and CTA are working for China. In Tibetan translation, it has mentioned that Tibetan Youth congress is against Dalai Lama and CTA as stated by our greatest Tibetan intellectual, Mr. Jamyang Norbu.
    TYC members are doing great by standing with Jamyang Norbu La. Bodth Gyal lo. Down with Dalai Lama and CTA.
    Three cheers for Jamyang Norbu la Hurray for all Tibetan Youth Congress for standing against Dalai Lama. Free Tibet, Free RFA and thanks Mr. Jamyang Norbu la—.
    Please support Ngapo Jigmey. As stated by Mr. Jamyang Norbu la, he is an outstanding person. He never bowed to Dalai Lama or CTA. Ever since he worked for RFA, he has not met with Dalai Lama or CTA members. We need strong personal like him to run our news organization. His diplomatic approach and personal ties with (China) will befit us more than mediocre CTA.
    RFA personal have every right to stand by person like Ngapo Jigmey. Good Job RFA Staff.
    Stand with us for Tibet…..

  143. TSUNDDRU | December 18th, 2012 | 2:28 pm

    @142 – in case you missed it the heading of this debate- blog is “PROTECT THE DALAI LAMA”.

    Most of the participants on this blog have sincerely argued from their own point of view.
    Now here comes ‘Pema’ with his masquerade and his charade.

    WHO ARE YOU?

    Bloggers: Don’t get thrown for his LOOP. I won’t.

  144. NewGenerationTB | December 18th, 2012 | 7:20 pm

    Is the Jamyang’s conspiracy theory is confirmed and established as true voice? It seems now the debate lost steam and JN’s foregone conclusion is shaking in the wind. Why JN and his supporters failed to ask Ngobo Jigmei to come out and speak or at least quote him directly rather than picking of street talk and rumors as JN did as factual? JN and his niave followers start an issue, never bring it to a conclusive end. It means either they lied or crafted some crazy ideas…..I am still looking forward the conclusion……

    NG

  145. Dhasa dhaba | December 18th, 2012 | 8:13 pm

    @144: Patience my dear NG. Probably the US Congress at year end is like Gangkyi at Losar. The real test will be if anything happens by Febuary. You don’t really think a Congressman would say such things with no basis! Remember the letter signed by almost all RFA staffs supporting Jigme la. Remember Woser la’s concern. Remember Libby Liu and her too short skirt around Kundun – namtok!

    As for Jigme la, he is probably keeping quiet so he can sue RFA ! This is just getting started!

  146. NewGenerationTB | December 18th, 2012 | 10:17 pm

    @Dhasa Dhaba:I will wait for the conclusion, it is always somebody starts an issue, never follow up. Lets see what will happen in the months to come. So far, JN’s intention is just to get an “attention” from CTA because he declared “I am gratified as senior CTA staff joined the discussion….”…..if this is the case, he does not serve any purposes except mislead his flocks and untimately causing disunity and distracting attention and energy away from the escalating sel-immolations in Tibet. As for Woeser’s initial outspoken yet an emotional writings, at the time I thought it was too early for her to jumb to a definitive conclusion due to lack of information at her disposal. She followed up with a second writing when US Congressman threw allegations against CTA, I think she got feared and she regreted if her writing might made a negative impact……despite whatever her position on this insignificant issue of someone loosing a job, she has my respect! Regarding Libby’s skirt issue, I think JN just stoking on people’s religious sentiment. I never saw or sense that he was and is so concerned with HHDL’s security and popularity. In fact, JN was against the entire person of the Dalai Lama. He once declared the popularity of Dalai Lama is a bad thing for Tibetan cause because his popularity overshows Tibetan freedom struggle. In another piece, he desperately alleged that Dalai Lama had to come down to the street like Gandhi and lead people from his high flying palace, in recent writing, he is proposing Dalai Lama should not visit Tibet because he might be imprisoned. What the hack is this guy writing? I am just laughing my ass out as I observe the development of politics amongst exiles and China and anything related to Tibet. Therefore, those short skirt issue, keep to yourself…..nobody will say anything except someone’s hands under her skirt for real…..be independent and critical…..be open to your positions….dont be a sheep that flows the voice of the sherpherd….but be a shepherd yourself.

    NG

  147. NAMHURU | December 19th, 2012 | 9:21 am

    My friend Kalsang called me last night and said there is a big PROBLEM on ngapo and I should visit this blog.
    So I came here, went through things and see no PROBLEM, just normal Bhoerig behaviour that is in our blood.
    Deep down bhoerig knows “ birth comes after death comes birth” and we are bored to death with this mantra and need some mental stimulation.so we took on gambling & speculation to cope with that boredom.Whenever we have party, we play majang,baboong,flush,marriage…and that is the case for birth party or camping or dinner events.And whenever we are waiting with friends outside of Dhonchoe lekhung to meet the secretary, we speculate with’’I think he is the dhonchoe, he looks relatively old and well dressed’, friend would say ‘No,that one is dhonchoe, he is wearing migshey”..so goes on to be the normal bhoerig. However,Bhoerig are one stage ahead of our inji rational friend, they would with their rational mind ask ngapo or kalden ,libby or RFA employee to get to the bottom.But we know that’s not fun! So I am happy to see here Normal bhoerig.
    Nimhuru Yahuru?

  148. Tsering Dorjee | December 20th, 2012 | 4:20 am

    Interesting observation. Namhuru.

  149. Gyamtso Kyab | December 20th, 2012 | 9:37 am

    The Tibetan community in Washington DC has begun sharing unconfirmed whispers from India, Mungod to be precise, that Kalden Lodoes’ and his wife have separated, according to my sources. And people have reason to believe it is time, the source volunteered some more information.

    He alleged befriended one the Korean sisters working at RFA in the late 1990s. Soon he got married to Lobsang Jinpa’s niece. Eventually the sisters left RFA and moved to New York. Soon after that an extra-marital affairs with the local Tibetan woman was detected, prompting his wife to stage a coupe and caught them red handed. I understand they have a under age child from his marriage. And his outrageous liaison with Libby Liu which has rocked RFA Tibetan service is unforgivable.

  150. nupa niydor | December 23rd, 2012 | 10:16 pm

    dalok kalden lodoe go to hell, don t ruin our community, lobsang jinpa have to keep away from dalok kalden

  151. Karma Tshering | December 25th, 2012 | 12:06 am

    No one is above the cause of Rangzen; not even Kundun. No one has the right to cede our land or negotiate it’s independence. All this rant about the former Kutras compares nothing to what the CTA and Kundun have done by ceding away Tibet to China. Equally guilty are those people who continue to support the annexation of Tibet to China, for a middle path policy that ensures the end of Tibetan independence.

  152. Dharamatishila | December 25th, 2012 | 11:23 pm

    ༑ཚུལ་མིན་གྱི་སྤྱོད་ཚུལ་བཀག་འགོག་མ་བྱས་ན་དམངས་གཙོའི་ལམ་ལུགས་ཀྱི་དཔལ་ཡོན་འཐུས་ཚང་ཞིག་དར་རྒྱས་བྱེད་མི་ཐུབ།
    ངའི་གྲོགས་པོ་དང་འཛིན་གྲྭ་གཅིག་པ་ཁ་ཤས་ནས་ཨུ་ཚུགས་རྒྱབ་སྟེ་ནན་བསྐུལ་བྱས་པར་བརྟེན་ཉེ་ཆར་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་རྒྱུ་མཚན་འདི་ཡིན་མེད་པར་གློ་བུར་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པའི་སྐོར་ལ་དྲ་རྒྱ་ཁག་ནང་དྲང་ཕྱོགས་དང་ལྡོག་ཕྱོགས་ཀྱི་བསམ་འཆར་རམ་གནས་ཚུལ་ཅི་རིགས་སྤེལ་བ་ཁག་ལ་དཔྱད་པའི་ཚུལ་ནས་ངོད་ཀྱི་ལྟ་ཚུལ་ཞིག་མ་བཤད་ཐབས་མེད་བྱུང་ངོ་། སྤྱིར་རང་དང་རང་འདྲའི་གང་ཟག་ལ་ཚོད་དཔགས་མི་ཐུབ་ཟེར་ཡང་ད་རེས་ཀྱི་གནད་དོན་དེར་གང་ཟག་ལ་མི་ལྟོས་ཆོས་ལ་བལྟ་བའི་ཁ་ཕྱོགས་ནས་བལྟས་ན་དབང་ཆ་འཕྲོག་ལེན་དང་ལྐོག་ཟའི་གནད་དོན་ཡིན་པ་གསལ་པོར་མངོན། ཟ་རྔམ་དང་མི་སྦྱིན་ལེན་པ་དེ་བཞིན་དབང་ཆ་འཕྲོག་རེས་ཀྱི་བྱ་ངན་འདི་རིགས་ནི་བོད་རང་བཙན་ཡིན་པའི་སྔ་རོལ་ནས་རང་རེའི་ཡུལ་དུའང་ཡོད་པ་མ་ཟད་མཁས་དབང་ལ་ལས་དཔོན་ངན་རུལ་སུངས་ལ་ཐད་ཀར་དང་ཐད་ཀར་མ་ཡིན་པར་ཚིག་བཅད་དང་ཚིག་ལྷུག་སྣ་ཚོགས་ཀྱིས་ཁ་རྡུང་བཏང་པའང་ཡོད་པས་བོད་ཀྱི་ལོ་རྒྱུས་ཕྲན་བུ་ཙམ་ལྟ་ཀློག་གནང་མྱོང་མཁན་ཚོས་ནི་ལོས་ཤེས། ལྐོག་ཟ་རུལ་སུངས་ནི་ཧ་ཅང་གི་ནད་དུག་ངན་པ་ཞིག་ཡིན། དེས་ན་བོད་རང་ཉིད་ལ་དམངས་གཙོའི་ལམ་ལུགས་ཀྱི་དཔལ་ཡོན་དང་སྨྲ་བརྗོད་རང་དབང་སོགས་འགྲོ་བ་མིའི་ཐོབ་ཐང་འཐུས་ཚང་གི་ཁོར་ཡུག་གི་རྣམ་པ་བཟང་པོ་ཐོན་པ་བྱེད་པར་ངེས་པར་དུ་ཐོག་མར་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ཐོག་གི་ལྐོག་ཟ་རུལ་སུངས་སོགས་ཀྱི་ཚུལ་མིན་གྱི་སྤྱོད་པ་ཡོད་རིགས་བཀག་འགོག་མཐའ་གཅིག་ཏུ་བྱེད་རྒྱུ་ནི་སྨྲོས་མེད་ཡིན་པས་འདི་གར་ཁོ་བོས་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ཀྱི་ཚུལ་མིན་སྤྱོད་པ་ཁག་གཅིག་ཐེར་འདོན་བྱེད་ཀྱིན་ལྐོག་ཟ་བཀག་འགོག་དགོས་ལུགས་ཀྱི་རྩོམ་ཡིག་དམིགས་སུ་མ་སྤེལ་གོང་བོད་རང་བཙན་སྐབས་ཀྱི་དཔོན་ངན་རུལ་སུངས་དང་ལྐོག་ཟར་ཁ་བརྡུང་དྲག་པོ་བཏང་པའི་རྫ་རྩེག་གཏམ་རྒྱུད་ཀྱི་བསླབ་བྱ་ཞིག་བཀོད་ན་གོ་བ་ལོན་བདེ།
    (རྫ་རྩེག་གཏམ་རྒྱུད) ཞེས་པའི་ནང་དོན་མདོར་བསྡུས་ནི་འདི་ལྟར་རེད། སྔར་སྒོམ་ཆེན་ཞིག་དབེན་གནས་སུ་དགེ་སྦྱོར་གྱི་རྒྱུན་ལ་གནས་པའི་སྐབས་དེ་སྔ་ཟན་བྲུལ་བྱིན་ཏེ་དྲིན་གྱིས་བསྐྱངས་པའི་རྫ་ར་སེར་སྐྱ་དང་། བྱི་བ་སྨུག་ཆུང་གཉིས་ཀྱིས་ཁོང་གི་མཆོད་གཏོར་ཞལ་ཟས་རྐུ་འཁྱེར་བྱས་པར་བརྟེན་ སྒོམ་ཆེན་གྱིས་ཕོར་རྙི་བཙུགས་ཏེ་རྫ་རྩེག་གཉིས་པོ་ལག་ཟིན་བྱུང་བར་ཁྲིམས་ཀྱི་ཆད་པ་བཅད་རུང་དེ་གཉིས་པོས་ངན་པ་གཉའ་རེངས་ཀྱིས་རང་ཉེས་ངོས་མ་བླང་། དེའི་སྐབས་རྫ་ར་བློ་ལྡན་དང་། ལྷ་བྱ་གོང་མོ། སྲེག་པ་མ་བུ་ལ་སོགས་ཀྱིས་སྒོམ་ཆེན་ལ་སེམས་གསོ་དང་། རྫ་རྩེག་གཉིས་ལ་འགྱོད་བཤགས་དགོས་པའི་བསླབ་བྱ་བྱས་ཀྱང་དེ་གཉིས་པོས་མ་དག་ཡུས་ཆེའི་ཁ་གཤགས་བྱེད་པ་མ་ཟད། ཙི་གུ་སྲེག་ཤོར་ལ་སྐྱབས་བཅོལ་ཏེ་སྒོམ་ཆེན་ལ་འཁོན་ལན་སློག་པར་འོངས། དེའི་ཚེ་གློ་བུར་དུ་ཨོག་དཀར་ཞིག་ཡོང་བས་སྲེག་ཤོར་བཟོ་ལྟ་ཤོར་བར་བརྟེན་རྫ་རྩིག་གཉིས་ཀྱང་ཤིན་ཏུ་འཇིགས་ཏེ་རང་ཉེས་ངོས་བླངས། སྒོམ་ཆེན་གྱིས་སླར་དེ་གཉིས་ལ་ཆོས་ཀྱི་གླེང་མོ་དང་སླད་ཕྱིན་རྐུ་མ་བྱ་མི་རུང་བའི་ཁ་ཏ་བྱས་མཐར་ཙི་གུའི་གནོད་ངན་མེད་པར་སྒོམ་ཆེན་དགེ་སྦྱོར་འཕེལ་བར་གྱུར། ཧད་ཀྱིས་བལྟས་ན་རྩོམ་ཐུང་དེ་ནི་གྲོང་ཚིག་ལས་གྲུབ་ཅིང་ནང་དོན་ཡང་སྟབས་བདེ་ཞིག་ཏུ་མངོན་ནའང་། ཞོབ་མོར་བརྟག་སྐབས་དེ་ལ་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ཀྱི་ལོ་རྒྱུས་རྒྱབ་ལྗོངས་ངེས་ཅན་ཞིག་ཡོད་ལ་བསམ་བློའི་དོན་སྙིང་ཡང་ཟབ་མོ་ལྡན་ཡོད།
    སྒྲུང་འདི་ཐོག་མར་ཀུན་གཟིགས་པཎ་ཆེན་སྐུ་ཕྲེང་དྲུག་པའི་སློབ་མ་ཡིན་ཞིང་། པཎ་ཆེན་སྐུ་ཕྲེང་བདུན་པ་བསྟན་པའི་ཉི་མའི་ཡོངས་འཛིན་སྔ་མ་གནང་མྱོང་མཁན་བློ་བཟང་ཉི་མ་མཆོག་གིས་རྩོམ་བྲིས་གནང་བ་རེད། ཁོང་ནི་བཀྲས་ལྷུན་དགོན་ནང་ཡོངས་འཛིན་འབྲོང་རྩེ་བ་ཞེས་འབོད་པ་དང་། རྫ་སྒྲུང་དེ་བློ་བཟང་ཚུལ་ཁྲིམས་ཀྱི་གསུང་འབུམ། དཔེ་རིང་ནང་དུ་བསྒྲིགས་ཡོད། ཡང་ན་བློ་བཟང་ཚུལ་ཁྲིམས་ཀྱིས་ཅིའི་ཕྱིར་གཏམ་རྒྱུད་འདི་ལྟ་བུ་བརྩམས་སམ་ཞེས་ན། མཁྱེན་ལྡན་པ་རྣམས་ཀྱིས་གསུངས་དོན་ཁོང་ནི་ཤེས་རྒྱ་ཆེ་ལ་ཡིད་གཞུངས་པའི་ཆོས་པ་ཚུལ་ལྡན་ཞིག་ཡིན་ཞིང་། ཁོང་གིས་དུས་རྟག་ཏུ་ “ ངས་པཎ་ཆེན་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་མཆོག་རྗེ་ཙོང་ཁ་པ་ལྟ་བུ་ཞིག་ཏུ་འགྱུར་བ་བྱ་དགོས་བསམ་བྱུང་” ཞེས་བརྗོད་དེ་དཔེ་ཁྲིད་ཧ་ཅང་ནན་པོ་བྱེད་པ་དང་། ཕྱོགས་མཚུངས་ཁོང་གིས་ལྐོག་ཟ་ཁོག་རུལ་གྱི་སེར་སྐྱ་དཔོན་རིགས་ལ་ཁོང་ཁྲོ་ཆེན་པོ་བྱེད་ལ་དེ་ཚོར་ཁ་བརྡུང་དྲག་པོའང་གཏོང་གི་ཡོད་པ་དེའི་རྐྱེན་གྱིས་དཔོན་ངན་ཟ་རྔམ་ཅན་དེ་ཚོས་ཁོང་ལ་ཞེ་འཁོན་གཏིང་ནད་བཟུང་སྟེ་མཐའ་འབུད་བཏང་བས་ཁོང་ཡོངས་འཛིན་ལས་གནས་ལས་བྲལ་ཏེ་རི་ཁྲོད་དབེན་པ་ཞིག་ཏུ་མི་ཕེབས་མཐུ་མེད་བྱུང་། དེ་ལྟར་ཁོང་ཡོངས་འཛིན་ཆེན་པོ་ཞིག་ནས་དབེན་གནས་སྒོམ་ཆེན་ཞིག་ཏུ་འགྱུར་ཐོག་ཆབ་སྲིད་ཐོབ་ཐང་ཡང་ཐབས་རྡུགས་ཉམས་ཞན་དུ་སོང་བ་དེས་ཁོང་གི་ཐུགས་སེམས་འཁྲུགས་པ་ནི་ག་ལ་ཡིན་ཞེས་ན་ཁོང་ནི་འཇིག་རྟེན་པ་ཕལ་པ་ཞིག་མིན་པའི་ཕྱིར།
    དམ་པ་ཁོང་གི་གནས་བབ་མཐོ་དམན་གང་དུ་གྱུར་ཀྱང་ཁོང་གིས་རྩོམ་ཡིག་བྲིས་ཏེ་དཔོན་ངན་ཚོར་སུན་འབྱིན་དང་སྦྲགས། སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་ཚུལ་མིན་གྱི་སྤྱོད་ཚུལ་འགའ་བཀག་འགོག་གང་ཐུབ་མཛད་ཡོད། རྫ་སྒྲུང་ནི་གནས་ཚུལ་དེ་འདྲའི་འོག་ཁོང་གིས་གཞིས་རྩེའི་ཤར་ངོས་ཀྱི་ལྕགས་ཐང་བྲག་སྐྱ་ཞེས་པར་མཚམས་ལ་བཞུགས་པའི་བར་སེང་དབར་བརྩམས་པ་ཡིན།
    རྫ་སྒྲུང་ནང་སྒོམ་ཆེན་གྱིས་མཁའ་ལ་འཕུར་ལྡིང་བྱེད་པའི་བྱ་རྒོད་ཅིག་ལ་སྨྲས་པའི་གཏམ་དེ་ནི་རྩོམ་པ་པོ་རང་ཉིད་ཀྱི་བསམ་བློའི་མཚོན་ཚུལ་འབའ་ཞིག་ཡིན་པ་འདི་སྐད་དུ་ “ང་ནི་སྐྱོ་བའི་ངང་ཚུལ་ཅུང་ཟད་ཞུ། ་་་་་ཀུན་དང་བསྟུན་ན་དམ་པའི་ཆོས་དང་འཁོན། ཆོས་མཐུན་གནས་ན་ཀུན་གྱིས་བརྙས་སྨོད་བྱེད། ཆོས་ལ་འབུངས་ན་མཐོ་དམན་དགྲ་རུ་ལངས། དམའ་ས་བཟུང་ན་སྙོམ་ཆུང་མཐའ་ལ་འབུད། ཕར་ལ་ཕན་བཏགས་ཚུར་ལ་གནོད་ངན་བྱེད།” ཅེས་གསུངས་པ་དེའི་ཐོག་ནས་དེའི་སྐབས་ཀྱི་བོད་པའི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་ལྐོག་ཟ་ཁོག་རུལ་གྱི་སེར་སྐྱ་དཔོན་རིགས་ལ་སྐྱོན་བརྗོད་བྱས་ཙང་མཐར་ལས་གནས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པའི་གནད་དོན་ལྷག་མྱོང་ཡོད་ལ་དེང་སང་ཡང་སྐད་ཆ་དྲང་པོ་བཤད་པ་དང་ལས་ཀ་དྲང་པོ་བྱེད་མཁན་མི་ཉུང་བ་ཞིག་ལས་གནས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པ་དང་ཁ་བརྡུང་ཡང་ཕོག་བཞིན་ཡོད་པའི་དཔེ་མཚོན་མི་ཉུང་བ་ཡོད་ཅིང་། དེང་སང་རྒྱ་ནག་པེ་ཅིང་དུ་ཞུགས་པའི་རྩོམ་པ་པོ་དཔའ་མོ་འོད་ཟེར་ལགས་དང་ཨ་རིར་ཞུགས་པའི་མཁས་དབང་འཇམ་དབྱངས་ནོར་བུ་ལགས་དེ་བཞིན་ཉེ་ཆར་རང་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་པའི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་སོགས་རེད། འོད་ཟེར་ལགས་ལ་ཆ་མཚོན་ནས་བཤད་ན་མ་མཐར་ཡང་རང་ཉིད་ཀྱི་མདུན་ལམ་ཟེར་བ་ལྕགས་ཕོར་བློས་བཏང་ནས་དྲང་བདེན་དང་སྨྲ་བརྗོད་རང་དབང་ལ་མཐའ་གཅིག་ཏུ་སྲོག་ལས་གཅེས་པར་འཛིན་པའི་འདོད་ཚུལ་བརྟན་པོ་ཡོད་ལ་བོད་ཙམ་དུ་མ་ཟད། རྒྱ་རིགས་ཀྱི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་དུའང་བོད་པའི་གཟི་རྗིད་མཚོན་ཐུབ་པའི་ཚད་ལྡན་གྱི་རྩོམ་པ་པོ་ཞིག་རེད། འཇམ་དབྱངས་ནོར་བུ་ལགས་ནི་རང་ཉིད་ལ་ཆབ་སྲིད་ཀྱི་ལྟ་བ་དང་ལངས་ཕྱོགས་ཁ་གསལ་པོ་ཡོད་པའི་བོད་རིགས་ནང་དབྱིན་ཡིག་རྩོམ་བྲིས་གནང་མཁན་གྲགས་པ་ཆེ་ཤོས་གྲས་དེ་རེད་ལ་ཁོང་གི་རྩོམ་ཡིག་ལ་ཕྱི་ནང་གི་མཁས་དབང་མང་པོས་བསྔགས་བརྗོད་ཡོད། དེ་བས་གལ་ཆེ་བ་ཞིག་ལ་དཔོན་རིགས་ཁག་གཅིག་དང་མི་ཅོལ་ཆུང་འགའ་ཞིག་གིས་ཁ་རྡུང་ཕོག་ཀྱང་ཁོང་གིས་སྔར་ལས་དཔའ་མི་ཞུམ་པ་དང་སེམས་ཤུགས་ཆེར་སྐྱེད་ཀྱིས་བོད་མི་རིགས་ཀྱི་ལར་རྒྱ་དོར་མེད། ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ནི་སྲིད་དོན་པ་མིན་པར་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་ཞིག་རེད་ཟེར་ན་སྟབས་བདེ། སྐབས་སུ་བབ་པའི་ཁོང་གི་ལས་དོན་ནི་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་ཀྱི་ཕྱོགས་སྟོན་པ་ལྟ་བུ་ཡིན་ཙང་ཁོང་གི་ལས་འགན་གཙོ་བོ་དེ་མ་འོངས་པའི་ལོ་བཅུ་ཕྲག་འགའ་ཞིག་སོང་བའི་རྗེས་སུ་ནམ་ཞིག་༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་ལྟ་བུའི་དབུ་ཁྲིད་རླབས་ཆེན་འདི་འདྲ་ཞིག་བོད་པའི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་མེད་པའི་སྐབས་ལ་གལ་སྲིད་མི་ཧམ་ཆེན་གཡོ་རྒྱུ་ཅན་འགའ་ཞིག་ངན་པ་ལག་འབྲེལ་བྱས་ནས་སྲིད་དབང་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་བྱེད་པ་དང་ལྐོག་ཟ་བྱས་པའི་གནད་དོན་བྱུང་བ་དང་། དེའི་ཚེ་གཞུང་ཕྱོགས་ཀྱིས་སྒེར་སྤྱོད་བྱེད་པའི་གསར་འགྱུར་རམ་དྲིལ་བསྒྲགས་གསར་ཁང་མ་གཏོག་རང་དབང་ཡོངས་སུ་ལྡན་པའི་གསར་འགྱུར་རྒྱུད་ལམ་ཞིག་མེད་ན་བོད་སྤྱི་ཡོངས་ལ་གནོད་འཚེ་དཔག་ཏུ་མེད་པ་ཞིག་ཡོང་རྒྱུ་ངེས་པ་རེད། དེ་ནི་ནང་རྐྱེན་ཡིན་པ་དང་ཕྱི་རྐྱེན་ནི་རྒྱ་ནག་གི་འོག་ཏུ་སྡོད་དགོས་བྱུང་ནའང་དེ་བས་རང་དབང་ལྡན་པའི་གསར་འགྱུར་དཔུང་ཁག་ཞིག་མེད་ཐབས་མེད། ཅིའི་ཕྱིར་ཞེས་ན་གསར་འགྱུར་རྒྱུད་ལམ་ནི་མང་གཙོའི་ཀ་བ་བཞི་པ་དེ་ཡིན་པའི་ཕྱིར།
    ༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་བཀའ་སློབ་ལ་རེ་བ་བཟང་སར་བརྒྱབ་གྲ་སྒྲིག་ངན་སར་བྱེད། ཅེས་ལུངས་བསྟན་གནང་བ་ལྟར་མ་འོངས་བོད་ཀྱི་རང་དབང་ཆེད་དུ་ཕྱོགས་གང་ས་ནས་དོགས་ཟོན་དང་གྲ་སྒྲིག་བྱེད་དགོས།
    འོ་ན་རྫ་སྒྲུང་ནང་གི་རྫ་ར་སེར་སྐྱ་དང་བྱི་བ་སྨུག་ཆུང་ཞེས་པའི་རྐུན་པོ་དེ་གཉིས་སུ་ཞིག་ལ་ཟེར་བ་དང་། དེ་མིན་གྱི་སྲོག་ཆགས་རྣམས་ཀྱིས་ཀྱང་སུ་ཞིག་མཚོན་པ་ཡིན་ནམ་ཞེ་ན། སྐབས་འདིར་རྩོམ་པ་པོས་རང་གི་ཁོར་ཡུག་མི་སྣའི་སྣང་ཚུལ་སྣ་ཚོགས་སྲོག་ཆགས་གཞན་གྱི་གཟུགས་སུ་བཀོད་དེ་བསྐོར་གཏམ་གཏོང་བ་ཙམ་ཞིག་ལས་མི་སྣ་འདི་དང་འདི་ཞེས་ཞིབ་ཕྲ་བརྗོད་དུ་མེད་ཀྱང་སྐབས་དེའི་བཀྲས་ལྷུན་བླ་བྲང་ནང་གི་རྫ་ཙིག་ལྟ་བུའི་གཞུང་རྒྱུ་རྐུ་ཟོས་ཀྱི་ལས་ལ་རྔམ་པའི་དཔོན་ངན་དེ་ཚོར་རྣོ་ངར་ཆེ་བའི་ཟུར་ཟ་དང་། དེ་མིན་མི་སྣ་གཞན་དག་གི་རྣམ་འགྱུར་འདྲ་མིན་ཡང་མཚོན་ཐབས་བྱས་པ་བཅས་ནི། དེང་སྐབས་བཙན་བྱོལ་བོད་པའི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ནང་གི་ལྐོག་ཟའི་གནད་དོན་ལ་གཟུགས་སུ་བཀོད་ནའང་རན་ཐག་ཆོད་འདུག དཔེ་ན་༡༩༩༠པའི་ལོར་རྒྱ་གར་ལྷོ་ཕྱོགས་ཀྱི་བོད་པའི་གཞིས་ཆགས་ནང་སྡོད་ཀུན་བཟང་བླ་མ་ཟེར་བ་ཞིག་གིས་དེའི་སྐབས་ཀྱི་བཀའ་ཤག་ནང་འགའ་ཞིག་གིས་ཐེ་ཝན་ནས་ལྐོག་དངུལ་ལེན་པའི་སྐོར་ཐེར་འདོན་བྱས་པར་བརྟེན་དེའི་སྐབས་ཀྱི་བཀའ་བློན་ལས་ཐོག་ཡོངས་རྫོགས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ནས་དགོངས་པ་གནང་དགོས་པའང་བྱུང་ཡོད་པ་མ་ཚད་ཉི་ཧོང་དོན་གཅོད་ཀྱང་ལས་གནས་ལས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་བཏང་འདུག ཡིན་ནའི་རེ་གཉིས་ཀྱིས་མ་གཏོག་བཀའ་བློན་ཚང་མས་ལྐོག་དངུལ་ལེན་མེད་པ་གསལ་པོ་བཟོས་འདུག
    ལོ་ཤས་སྔོན་དུ་ལྐོག་ཟའི་དོགས་གཞིའི་འོག་བློ་བཟང་སྦྱིན་པ་སྐུ་སྒེར་དྲུང་ཆེ་ནས་ཕྱིར་འབུད་ཐེགས་གཅིག་བཏང་།
    ལྐོག་ཟའི་དོན་རྐྱེན་གསར་ཤོས་ནི་དེང་སྐབས་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་སྡོད་པའི་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་ཐེ་ཝན་ནང་ ཞལ་འདེབས་དངུལ་འབོར་ཆེན་ཞིག་སློང་མོ་བྱས་པར་ཐེ་ཝན་ཕྱོགས་ནས་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་རྩད་གཅོད་བྱས་པའི་གནད་དོན་ལྷག ཡང་སྐལ་བློས་༢༠༡༡ལོའི་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་དུས་དབང་གི་འབྱུང་སོང་རྩིས་ཁྲ་གསལ་པོ་རྩ་བ་ནས་བཟོས་མེད་པ་དང་དུས་མཚུངས་ཁོ་པས་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་བོད་ཀྱི་རིག་གཞུང་ཚོགས་པ་ཟེར་བ་ཞིག་གསར་བཙུགས་བྱས་ཏེ། ཚོགས་པ་དེའི་ཚོགས་གཙོར་བློ་བཟང་སྦྱིན་པས་བྱས་པ་དང་དངུལ་གཉེར་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་ཡོད་པའི་འཛལ་གླིང་དངུལ་ཁང་ནང་ལས་ཀ་བྱེད་བཞིན་པའི་བློ་བཟང་སྦྱིན་པའི་བཟའ་ཟླ་བསྟན་ཆོས་ཟེར་བ་དེ་བསྐོས་འདུག ཨ་རིར་ལས་ཁུངས་སམ་ཚོགས་པ་གཅིག་གི་ནང་དུས་གཅིག་ཏུ་བཟའ་ཚང་གཉིས་པོ་གཅིག་གིས་འགོ་ཁྲིད་དང་གཅིག་གིས་དངུལ་གཉེར་བྱེད་པའི་ལུགས་སྲོལ་མེད། ཉེ་ཆར་དྲ་རྒྱ་སོགས་ཀྱི་ཐོག་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་ལྐོ་ཟ་སོགས་ཀྱི་ཚུལ་མིན་དོན་རྐྱེན་ཐོན་ནས་ཡོངས་སུ་གྲགས་པའི་རྗེས་སུ་བློ་བཟང་སྦྱིན་པས་ད་ནི་མི་ལེགས་བསམ་ནས་ཚོགས་པ་དེའི་དངུལ་ཨ་སྒོར་ 12,000 ས་གནས་བོད་རིགས་སྤྱི་མཐུན་ཚོགས་པར་རྩིས་སྤྲད་ནས་ལྐོག་ཟའི་རྙོག་དྲ་ཆེ་རུ་མི་འགྲོ་བར་འབད་བརྩོན་བྱས། ལར་ནས་ཚོགས་པ་དེ་གསར་བཙུགས་པའི་དུས་ཚོད་ཀྱང་དུས་འཁོར་དབང་ཆེན་སྐབས་ཡིན་པ་དང་ཚོགས་པའི་འགོ་ཁྲིད་དང་དངུལ་གཉེར་དེ་བཞིན་ཚོགས་མི་བཅས་ཁོང་ཚོ་ནང་མི་ཁ་ཤས་རེད།
    བློ་སྦྱིན་ལ་ཆ་མཚོན་ན་ཐོག་མར་བོད་ཀྱི་གཞོན་ལྷན་ཚོགས་ཀྱི་ཚོགས་གཙོ་ཞིག་ནས་བདེ་སྲུང་གི་དྲུང་ཆེ་དང་དེ་རྗེས་སྐུ་ཡིག་གི་དྲུང་ཆེ་བཅས་གཟིགས་པ་བཀྲིན་བསྐྱངས་ཡོད་ནའང་རྗེས་སུ་དྲིན་ལན་ལོག་མཇལ་བྱས། དཔེ་ན་བློ་སྦྱིན་རྡ་ས་ནས་གནས་དབྱུང་བཏང་རྗེས་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་སླེབས་ནས་ཁོང་གི་རོགས་པ་ནང་ཚག་འགའ་ཞིག་མཉམ་འཛོམས་སྐབས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་སྐུ་རླུང་ལངས་པོ་ཡོད་པ་མ་ཚད་སྐུ་རླུང་བཞེང་ན་ལྷ་ཡང་ཞེད་སྣང་ཡོད་ལུགས་བཤད་ཡོད་འདུག ཁོ་པས་ཟེར་ན་ལོ་རབས་༥༠ནང་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་རྒྱ་གར་ལ་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར་སྐྱངས་གནང་བའི་རིང་སྐབས་དེར་གནས་ཆུང་སྐུ་གསོལ་གནང་ནས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་བོད་ལ་ཕྱིར་ལོག་ཕེབས་མིན་ཇི་ལེགས་བཀའ་དྲི་གནང་དུས་གནས་ཆུང་གིས་བཀའ་ལན་དུ་ཕྱིར་ལོག་མ་ཕེབས་ན་ལེགས་ཞུས། ཡང་རྡོ་རྗེ་གདན་དུ་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར་སྐབས་གནས་ཆུང་སྐུ་གསོལ་གནང་བའི་སྐབས་གནས་ཆུང་ནས་བོད་ལ་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར་སྐྱང་ན་ལེགས་ཞུས་པར་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ནས་ཁ་སང་ཁྱོད་ནས་རྒྱ་གར་ལ་སྡོད་ན་ལེགས་ཟེར་བ་ཅི་ཡིན་ཞེས་གསུང་དུས་དེའི་སྐབས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་དགོངས་པ་ཚོམ་གྱི་རེད་བསམ་ངས་(གནས་ཆུང་)ཞུ་མ་ཕོད་ཅེས་བཀའ་ལན་ཕུལ་ལུགས་བློ་སྦྱིན་ནས་བཤད་པ་འདིར་དཔྱད་ན་སྐུ་སྒེར་དྲུང་ཆེ་སོགས་གནས་ཡོད་མི་སྣས་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་ཞལ་གདངས་རྣམ་འགྱུར་ལ་ལྟ་བཞིན་གནས་ཚུལ་སྙན་སེང་ཞུ་བ་མ་གཏོག་དངོས་ཡོད་གནས་ཚུལ་ཇི་མ་ཇི་བཞིན་སྙན་སེང་ཞུ་གི་མེད་པ་དེར་བལྟས་ན་རྒྱབ་མདུན་གྱི་ལས་ཀ་བྱས་པ་རེད་དང་མ་རེད།
    ལར་ནས་བོད་གཞུང་གི་གལ་འགངས་ཆེ་བའི་ལས་ཁུངས་འདི་རིགས་ནང་ཕྱག་ལས་གནང་མྱོང་མཁན་ཚོས་ལས་གནས་ནས་ཕྱིར་ཐོན་ཟིན་པ་དང་དེ་སྔའི་ནང་ཁུལ་གྱི་གནས་ཚུལ་ཁག་གཅིག་ཕྱི་ལོག་ལ་ཤོད་ཉན་གྱི་ཨེ་རེད།???
    ༢༠༡༡ལོའི་དུས་དབང་སྐབས་སྐལ་ལྡན་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་གྱི་བོད་རིགས་སྤྱི་མཐུན་ཚོགས་པའི་ཚོགས་གཙོ་བྱས་པའི་རིང་ལ་ཁོ་པས་བརྒྱ་ཁ་གཅིག་གཅོད་བྱས་ནས་ཚོགས་པའི་དངུལ་གཞན་ལ་ངོ་གསོ་བྱས་ནས་སྤྲད་པ་སོགས་བྱུང་སོང་གི་རྩིས་ཁྲ་གསལ་པོ་ཞིག་རྟེན་ནས་མེད་པ་ནི་དེའི་སྐབས་ཀྱི་ཚོགས་པའི་ལས་མི་དང་ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་ཁུལ་བོད་པ་ཚོར་གསལ་པོ་བཤད་རྒྱུ་འདུག སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་ཚུལ་མིན་འདི་འདྲ་བྱས་ཀྱང་ཁོ་བོར་སྐད་ཆ་ཁར་གཏུག་ཤོད་མི་ཕོད་པ་དེ་གང་ཡིན་ཟེར་ན་ཁོ་པས་དུས་རྒྱུན་དུ་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་གིས་ཁོ་པར་གཟིགས་པ་ཆེན་པོ་གནང་གི་ཡོད་ལུགས་ལས་རོགས་ཚོར་བཤད་ཙང་ལས་རོགས་ལྷག་བསམ་ཅན་ཚོ་ལྐུག་པ་མིནའང་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་དགོངས་པ་འགལ་ཡོང་བསམ་ནས་བཟོད་སྲན་ཁོ་ན་བྱས་པ་རེད་མ་གཏོག་སྐལ་ལྡན་སྔ་ས་ནས་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་འདི་ནས་གྲོགས་མེད་ཁེར་རྐྱང་དུ་ལུས་ཟིན་པ་རེད། བློ་བཟང་སྦྱིན་པ་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་ནང་མི་ཡིན་པ་སོགས་དྲ་རྒྱའི་ཐོག་ཁྱབ་བསྒྲགས་ཟིན་ཙང་རྒྱ་མོ་ལིའུ་ཡིས་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ཚབ་ཏུ་འགྲིག་ས་མ་རེད་ཟེར་བཤད་པའི་རྗེས་སུ་སྐལ་ལྡན་ནས་དེང་སང་སུད་སིའི་དོན་གཅོད་ཁོང་འཇིགས་མེད་ལགས་ཀྱི་ཚབ་ཏུ་རྒྱ་མོ་ལིའུ་ལ་ངོ་སྤྲོད་བྱས་ཚུལ་བན་པ་སྟོབས་རྒྱལ་ལགས་ཀྱིས་འབྲེལ་ཡོད་ཞིག་ལ་ངོམ་གསོ་དང་སྦྲགས་ཁ་ནས་ཤོར། ཤོད་སྲོལ་ལ་ད་ལྟའི་སུད་སི་དོན་གཅོད་ལས་ཡུན་རྫོགས་རན་ཡོད་པ་དང་ཁོང་ནི་དེང་སྐབས་སྐུ་སྒེར་དྲུང་ཆེ་ཞིག་གི་སྐུ་མཆེད་ཡིན་ཙང་སྐལ་ལྡན་གྱི་ལྕགས་ཀྱུ་སྐོན་སའི་ཨ་ལོང་གསར་པ་ཞིག་འཚོལ་གྱིན་ཡོད་པ་རེད། ཡང་མི་མང་པོ་ཞིག་གིས་མི་ཤེས་པའི་གནས་ཚུལ་ཞིག་ནི་སྤྱིར་ཕྱིའི་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་ཁག་ནང་ཡོད་པའི་དོན་གཅོད་ལས་ཁུངས་ཡོངས་ལ་བོད་གཞུང་རྩིས་ཞིབ་ལས་ཁུངས་ནས་དངུལ་རྩིས་ཞིབ་བཤེར་བྱེད་བཞིན་ཡོད་ཀྱང་ ཝ་ཤིན་ཀྲོན་དུ་ཡོད་པའི་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་བོད་དོན་ལས་ཁང་ལ་ཞིབ་བཤེར་བྱེད་ཆོག་གི་མེད་པ་དེ་དམངས་གཙོའི་ལམ་ལུགས་རེད་དང་ཅི་རེད། འདི་ལ་གནད་དོན་འདུག དེང་སང་སྔར་དང་མི་འདྲ་བར་ཨ་རི་སོགས་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་ཁག་ནས་བཙན་བྱོལ་བོད་པར་རོགས་དངུལ་འབོར་ཆེན་སྤྲོད་ཀྱི་ཡོད་པས་རྩིས་ཞིབ་ལས་ཁུངས་ཙམ་མ་ཚད་གསར་འགྱུར་རྒྱུད་ལམ་ཁག་གིས་བྱ་ར་ནན་པོ་བྱེད་དགོས་པ་ནི་ལོ་རྒྱུས་ཀྱིས་ང་ཚོར་སྤྲད་པའི་ལས་འགན་རེད། དེ་ལས་ལྡོག་ཏེ་དཔོན་རིགས་ཀྱིས་རྩོམ་པ་པོ་དང་གསར་འགྱུར་ལས་རིགས་ལ་བརྡུང་རྡེག་བཏང་པ་དང་ཐ་ན་༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་དགོངས་པ་ཚོམ་བཅུག་པ་རེད་ཟེར་ཆེས་ཆེ་བའི་ཞྭ་མོ་གཡོག་པའི་བྱེད་སྟངས་ནི་ལྐོག་ཟ་དང་རང་སྐྱོན་འགེབས་ཐབས་མིན་ན་ཅི་ཡིན། ཟེར་བ་སོགས་དྲ་རྒྱའི་ཐོག་བཀོད་ནས་བཙན་བྱོལ་ནང་ལྐོག་ངན་ཟ་མཁན་མི་སྣ་ཁག་གཅིག་ལ་སུན་འབྱིན་པའི་རྒྱུ་མཚན་ནི་གཞུང་རྒྱུ་བར་ཟོས་བྱས་པའི་རྐྱེན་ནས་བཤད་ན་སྐྱོན་འཛུགས་བྱེད་མཁན་ཁོང་ཚོས་དོན་དམ་དུ་༧གོང་ས་མཆོག་ལ་བརྩི་བཀུར་ཞུས་པ་དང་བོད་གཞུང་ལ་ཤ་ཞེན་བྱེད་པ་མཐར་གཏུགས་ན་༧གོང་ས་༧སྐྱབས་མགོན་ཆེན་པོ་མཆོག་སྐུ་ངོ་མས་དྲིན་གྱིས་སྐྱངས་གནང་མཛད་པའི་བོད་དམངས་གཙོའི་གཞུང་འདིར་སྐྱོན་གྱི་དྲི་མ་ཙམ་མེད་པ་ཞིག་ཡོང་བར་འབད་བརྩོན་བྱས་པ་ཞིག་རང་རེད། ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ནི་སྲིད་དོན་པ་ཞིག་མིན་པར་ལོ་མང་རིང་རྒྱ་གཞུང་གི་འོ་མས་གསོ་སྐྱོང་བྱས་མཐར་བོད་མིའི་སྤྱི་ཚོགས་ལ་ཕན་འདོགས་པའི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་ཞིག་ཡིན་པ་དེར་བོད་པས་བདག་སྤྲོད་མ་བྱས་པའི་ཁར་མི་ཆུང་ལ་ལས་གོ་སྐབས་བཟུང་ནས་གོ་དོན་ལོག་བཤད་བྱས་པ་དེར་རྒྱ་ནག་གཞུང་གིས་དགའ་འབོད་མ་བྱེད་ག་ལ་སྲིད། དེར་བརྟེན་བོད་མི་ཚོས་རང་རང་སོ་སོས་འགན་བླངས་ནས་བོད་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་ལ་གཅེས་པ་དང་བོད་གཞུང་གི་བཀའ་ལ་བརྩི་སྲུང་ཞུས་པ། དུས་མཚུངས་བོད་ཀྱི་ཤེས་ལྡན་པར་སྲུང་སྐྱོབས་བྱས་ནས་ལྐོག་རྔན་སྤྲོད་ལེན་སོགས་ཀྱི་བྱ་བ་ཐ་དག་བཀག་སྡོམ་བྱེད་དགོས།བྱ་ངན་དེ་དག་བཀག་འགོག་དང་ཐེར་འདོན་བྱ་རྒྱུར་འཇམ་དབྱངས་ནོར་བུ་ལགས་ལྟ་བུའི་བློ་སྟོབས་ཆེ་ལ་བོད་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་འདིར་དགའ་གཅེས་ལྡན་པའི་རྩོམ་པ་པོའི་དཔུག་ཁག་གཅིག་ང་ཚོར་ད་ལྟ་དགོས་ངེས་ཡིན་ན་གཞོན་སྐྱེས་ཚོས་དེ་བས་ཤུགས་སྣོན་རྒྱག་གལ་ཆེ། གོང་གསལ་གྱི་རྫ་སྒྲུང་དེ་ནི་བོད་མི་རིགས་ཀྱི་ཁེ་ཕན་སྲུང་འཛིན་བྱ་རྒྱུ་དེ་ཡིན་པས་ངའི་གྲོགས་པོ་དང་འཛིན་གྲོགས་ཚོར་ད་ནི་འབྲི་མཚམས་འདི་རུ་འཇོག་ན་ལེགས།
    ཛ་རའི་རྐུན་མ་ཚང་འདོན་མཁས་པ་ཡིས།
    ཙིག་གུའི་གནོད་ལ་བག་ཡོད་ཟོན་བྱོས་ཞེས།
    གཏམ་གཅིག་སྐུལ་བ་འཇིག་རྟེན་འདི་ན་དབེན། རྒྱུད་ངན་འགོག་ལ་རེམས་ཤིག་སྐྱེ་བོའི་ཚོགས།
    པ་རི་རྡ་ར་མ་ཏི་ཤི་ལས།

  153. nupa niydor | December 27th, 2012 | 6:27 pm

    dharmatishila well done, dalok kalden lodoe is the number one homo sexual during he was in namgyal monastery,he strongly practic sexul assult and child molestation for teen age monks, now he is became bisexual ha ha ha ha, he is sick crazy for sex

  154. Bhoepa | December 28th, 2012 | 3:06 pm

    @151—Karma Tshering, you made an interesting and valid point. The middle way policy led by kundun caused and continues to cause immeasurable damage to our struggle. Their policy and some of the decisions that were made in the last few years, including changing the name of the TGiE and Kalon Tripa, will have far reaching consequences than anyone can imagine. I will not be surprised if there are some more significant changes in the pipeline that will further dilute the struggle of the six million Tibetans.

    There are people who accuse kudraks and Ngabo for the downfall of the Land of Snow Mountains. It is worth taking a serious look, one more time, at what former kudraks and Ngobo did, and how their actions differ from the policy kundun and the CTA is currently pursuing. In reevaluating their actions, if they should be continued to be called traitors, what label(s) should we assign to kundun and the elected leaders?

    If kundin had the foresight of Ngabo (if Ngabo really did try to sell Tibet), so many lives would have been saved and so many pamo (women) of our own blood would have been saved from being raped. Also, we could have saved hundreds and thousands of our own people from being tortured in dingy prisons.

    What about patriot Tibetans burning themselves to death? Any explanations that attempt to show that those courageous Tibetans gave their lives only to demand that they legitimately become a part of China will not convince the most illiterate and ignorant person in this world.

    The real demands of those who gave their lives and aspirations of the family members of those deceased souls and the rest of the Tibetans in Tibet can be accurately assessed once we have an opportunity to go back to our phayul. In this sense, I wish the middle way policy of kundun materializes soon, preferably during his lifetime. I will not be surprised if the families and friends of those patriots and others assemble in front of Potala Palace to protest the middle-way policy.

    We know that the Chinese have already granted autonomy to Tibet. They have created a Tibet autonomous region under their constitution. If kundun and the CTA sincerely care for the well-being of Tibetans living in Tibet, they should accept the Chinese terms for autonomy without any further delay. That way, we can save our brethren from so many pains and sufferings.

  155. Karma Tshering | December 29th, 2012 | 11:36 pm

    Tibetans have suffered greatly, lost thousands of lives due to the Chinese occupation. Early on in the plight, Tibetan leaders and it’s people struggled and regrouped vowing to fight till the day we regain our country. Everything was going well until 1988, when our leader, the Dalai Lama renounced our goal of independence. It was the saddest day in Tibetan history, when we declared to become part of China. Our struggle was abandoned, and we ceased to be principled and steadfast in our determination. We have failed grossly as a people in defending our freedom and independence from our occupier.

  156. Bhoepa | December 30th, 2012 | 11:31 am

    @155, Karma Tshering, Based on my experience and ground realities it may not be accurate to say that “…we failed grossly as a people in …” I never saw any deficiencies in the Tibetan people’s determination to challenge Chinese rule and regain our freedom. Whenever and wherever necessary, hundreds and thousands of people gather to participate in any protest events in free countries. In Tibet, despite harshest consequences, people took to streets to protest Chinese rule on numerous occasions. Moreover, over 90 people burned themselves to death. Therefore, it is contrary to truth if anyone tries to suggest that we failed as people to protect and reclaim our own land.

    The fact of the matter is that we never had a strategic leader who provided clear and consistent directions to regain our country. In the ever changing direction and strategy of the Tibetan leader, the saddest part is that, the Tibetan people are never consulted. Wishes and demands of the Tibetan people are almost always conveniently overlooked. Changing the name of the TGiE was a case in point. At that general meeting where this issue was discussed, it was reported that over 80% of the representatives of the Tibetan people who attended the meeting were against the change of the title of our govt.

  157. gyalpot | December 30th, 2012 | 5:00 pm

    STRASBOURG PROPOSAL IS DEAD…
    The Strasbourg proposal is now dead!
    They sealed the coffin with many Talks;
    No one can raise their voices in a song
    when the other plugs his ear and hums

    United Front Works department said,
    “See, hear or speak not Tibet forever
    Tibet does not exist except one China
    who then will they dialogue with now

    Seven silver cups on the alter of hope
    Wait patiently for drops of crystal water
    And each year we’ll add one more drop
    Eight, nine, little drops fall endlessly

    Upon his death cruel fate will hold us
    And they will keep drinking our soul
    Can we afford for all this to happen
    Still offer sweet incense and water?

    I do not speak for you, me, I’m weary;
    I waited for Gesar but he did not show
    And now I know he is never coming;
    I must walk this dark lonely path alone

    The way is crowded with dead bodies
    Slain while they sang and bled nonstop
    For our cruel enemy does not hesitate
    To choose the hour of our final farewell

    Let us not pretend that we are happy
    Giving up marrying an evil CPC Cyclops
    A serf I may be but I serve not them
    Only the great sons of Yarung valley

    The Strasbourg proposal is now dead!
    And like a dead horse we will it to rise
    And wait for miracles to happen now
    While our brothers’ bleed to death!

    5 July 2008

  158. Karma Tshering | December 31st, 2012 | 12:54 am

    @ 156 Boepa: I commend you on your educated and logical explanations. You are also right, and I stand corrected about the “failure” as a people. My reason partly arose from the blind faith mentality of our people, that allows our leader, Kundun, to do anything he wishes, including giving up on independence. That he is the embodiment of Chenrenzi, and anyone who questions him publicly becomes an out cast, if not a victim of harassment and destruction. With this kind of fear among our people and communities, where is free speech and true democracy? Why is Kundun advocating democratic values on the one hand, and not protecting the safety of people who want to express their views in disagreeing respectfully with his policies? This is no different in the case of the Shungden controversy, where he issues no protection to the worshipers, while “allowing” them to practice. Although, I am not for or against this religious matter, it has brought much unwanted shame and embarrassment to Tibetan Buddhism. The reason people are not consulted and referendums conducted is because it is assumed not to question Kundun, once his decision is made. It would make him “unhappy”, so we must not go against it, and he who does will pay for it dearly one way or another in the time honoured ‘thorgiray’ fashion. Our people are shit scarred to come out and be identified, and therefore we highly respect and value men like Jamyang Norbu for his courage and convictions in standing up where truth and free speech is expressed freely.

  159. དགྲ་འདུལ། | January 1st, 2013 | 10:49 pm

    དེ་སྔ་གསར་འགྱུར་ཕལ་མོ་ཆེ་དབྱིན་ཡིག་ནས་མིན་ན་རྒྱ་ཡིག་ཐོག་ལྟ་དགོས་པ་དང་གསར་འགོད་པ་གྲགས་ཅན་མང་ཆེ་བ་དབྱིན་ཇི་དང་རྒྱ་གར་བ་ཁོ་ན་མ་གཏོགས་མེད་པས་བོད་དོན་སྐོར་གྱི་གནས་ཚུལ་ནི་དཀོན་པ་ཆུ་འདོད་ལྟར་རེ་སྒུག་བྱེད་རྒྱུ་ལས་དབེན། དེ་སྔའི་བོད་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་འདི་རྒྱ་འོག་ཤོར་འགྲོ་བའི་སྐབས་བོད་རང་ཉིད་ལ་གསར་འགྱུར་ཟེར་བ་སྣེ་གཅིག་ཀྱང་མེད་པར་བརྟེན་འཛམ་གླིང་དུ་ཐ་ན་བོད་རྒྱལ་ཁབ་རྒྱ་འོག་ཏུ་ཤོར་བའི་དྲང་བདེན་གནས་ཚུལ་ཤོད་མཁན་ཕྱི་ཕྱོགས་ཁོ་ནར་རྟེན་ནས་མ་སྡད་ཐབས་མེད་རེད། འོན་ཏེ་སྤྱི་ནོར་གོང་ས་རྒྱལ་དབང་ཐམས་ཅད་མཁྱེན་པའི་བཀྲིན་ཁོ་ནར་རྟེན་ནས་ཉེ་བའི་ལོ་བཅུ་ཕྲག་ནང་རིམ་བཞིན་བོད་ཀྱི་གནས་ཚུལ་ངོ་མ་བོད་སྐད་བོད་ཡིག་ཐོག་ལྟ་ཉན་བྱེད་རྒྱུའི་གོ་སྐབས་བཟང་པོ་བྱུང་བ་མ་ཚད་ད་ཆ་བོད་མི་རིགས་ཀྱི་གསར་འགོད་པའི་མི་རབས་གསར་པའི་དཔུང་ཁག་གསར་པ་ཞིག་ཐོན་པ་ནི་བོད་ཀྱི་སྨྲ་བརྗོད་རང་དབང་ལ་སྲུང་སྐྱོབས་བྱེད་པའི་རེ་བ་གསར་པ་མཐོང་། གང་ལགས་ཟེར་ན་བོད་ཀྱི་རང་དབང་སླར་གསོ་དེ་དང་དངོས་ཡོད་གསར་འགྱུར་གྱི་འབྲེལ་བ་ནི་གསར་འགོད་པ་རང་ལ་བརྟེན་ནས་བྱུང་བའི་ཕྱིར་རོ།
    གསར་འགོད་པ་དེ་ཡང་མི་རྣམས་ཀྱི་ཡིད་ཆེས་འོས་པའི་མི་སྣ་ཞིག་དགོས་པ་ནི་དེ་བས་གལ་ཆེ་བར་སོང་། དཔེ་ན་༢༠༠༨ལོར་བོད་ཀྱི་ཛ་དྲག་ཆེ་བའི་གནས་སྟངས་འོག་ཏུ་ཨེ་ཤ་ཡ་རང་དབང་རླུངས་འཕྲིན་ཁང་ནས་གསར་འགྱུར་དང་དམིགས་བསལ་ལེ་ཚན་ཕལ་མོ་ཆེས་བོད་ཕྱི་ནང་གཉིས་ཀྱི་གནས་ཚུལ་མཁོ་སྤྲོད་ཀྱི་བྱ་བར་བྱས་རྗེས་རླབས་ཆེན་འཇོག་པའི་སྐབས་དེར་ཆ་མཚོན་ནས་བཤད་ན་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཟེར་བའི་མི་དེ་ རྒྱལ་འཕུང་དམངས་གནོད་ཀྱི་གསར་འགྱུར་བཤད་མཁན་ཞིག་ཡིན་པ་ང་ཚོ་ཉན་མཁན་ཚོ་ཧ་ཅང་གི་བློ་ཕམ་སྐྱེད་ནས་ཡོད། བོད་ཆོལ་ཁ་གསུམ་ནང་རྒྱ་གཞུང་གི་བཙན་དབང་ལ་ངོ་རྒོལ་བྱེད་པའི་སྐབས་དེར་ཨ་རིའི་གྲོས་ཚོགས་ཀྱི་ཚོགས་གཙོ་ལྕམ་ནན་སིའི་པོ་ལོའོ་སེ་མཆོག་ཞུགས་སྒར་རྡ་རམ་ས་ལར་ཆེད་དུ་ཕེབས་པ་དེར་བོད་མི་ཚོར་སེམས་སྒུལ་ཆེན་པོ་འཐེབས་ཡོད། ཡིན་ནའི་སྐབས་དེར་སྐལ་ལྡན་བློ་གྲོས་ཀྱིས་གནས་ཚུལ་དེ་ཆུང་ཆུང་བཟོས་གང་ཐུབ་བྱས་ནས་ནན་སེའི་པུ་ལོའོ་སེ་རྒྱ་གར་གྱི་ས་གནས་ག་གེ་མོ་ཞིག་ལ་ཕེབས་ཞོར་དུ་རྡ་སར་ཕེབས་པ་རེད་ཟེར་གསལ་པོ་བྱས་ནས་བཤད་སོང་གལ་ཆེའི་མི་སྣ་ཁོང་ཕེབས་ཞོར་དུ་རྡ་སར་ཕེབས་པ་རེད་ཟེར་ནན་བརྗོད་བྱས་སོང་ལ་ད་རེས་ཡང་སྐལ་ལྡན་སྐོར་ལ་ངོ་དེབ་དང་དྲ་རྒྱའི་ཐོག་སྐྱོན་བརྗོད་གནང་པ་མི་ཉུང་བ་མཐོང་རྒྱུ་འདུག་པས་བཀའ་སྤྱི་གཉིས་ནས་ཁོའི་གསར་འགྱུར་བཤད་སྟངས་བྱེད་སྟངས་བཅས་ལ་མི་མཐོང་བ་ལྟར་སྡད་ན་འགྲིག་གམ་མང་ཚོགས་ཚོས་ཡིད་ཆེས་མེད་པའི་མི་ཞིག་གསར་འགོད་པའི་ཆ་རྐྱེན་ཚང་ཡོད་དམ། ད་ནི་ང་ཚོ་ཁ་བཙུམས་ནས་སྡོད་ཐབས་བྲལ། ཚང་མས་ལག་སྒུལ་ནས་དྲང་པོའི་རྩོམ་རེ་བྲིས་པའི་དུས་ལ་སླེབས།
    ད་དུང་ང་ཕོད་འཇིགས་མེད་ནི་ངས་མཐོང་མ་མྱོང་ལ་རྒྱུ་མངའ་ཡང་དེ་བས་མེད་ནའང་དྲ་རྒྱ་སོགས་ཀྱི་ནང་ཁོང་ནི་མ་མཐར་ཡང་རྒྱ་ནག་གི་སྲིད་ཇུས་དང་བོད་ཀྱི་ལོ་རྒྱུས་སོགས་ལ་རྒྱུ་མངའ་ཆེན་པོ་ཡོད་པའི་བོད་རིགས་ཤིག་ཡིན་པ་དང་ད་ལྟའི་བོད་ཀྱི་གནས་སྟངས་འདིར་མི་སྣ་འདི་རིགས་ང་ཚོར་དགོས་མཁོ་ཡོད་པ་ལས་སྐལ་ལྡན་འདྲ་བའི་སེམས་ཤུགས་དང་ཧུར་བརྩོན་ཆེན་པོ་ཡིན་ཁུལ་གྱི་མི་སྣ་གཅོལ་ཆུང་འདི་རིགས་ཀྱིས་ནམ་ཕང་གཅོད་མི་ཐུབ། ལོ་རྒྱུས་ལ་ཕྱིར་མིག་ལྟས་ན་ལོ་རབས་༥༠ནང་རྒྱ་དམར་གྱིས་གདོང་གི་རྫུམ་རྫུམ་བྱས་ད་ཡན་ཇན་གྱི་ཆར་པ་ཕབས་ནས་བོད་གཞུང་ལ་སྲིད་ཚབ་ཀླུ་ཁང་པ་ཚེ་དབང་རབ་བརྟན་མཆོག་ཀྱང་གནས་དབྱུང་གཏོང་རྒྱུར་གནོན་ཤུགས་སྤྲད་ཡོད། ད་རེས་ཡང་བསྐྱར་རྒྱ་མོ་ལིའུ་ཡིས་བོད་ཆས་གྱོན་ཏེ་བོད་ཀྱི་དམངས་གཙོའི་ཀ་བར་རྡོག་རྒྱག་གཞུས་ནས་ཤེས་མེད་འཇོན་མེད་བསམ་མེད་ཞིག་གསར་འགོད་ཀྱི་ཁ་ལོ་བར་བཀོད་པའི་བྱ་བ་ནི་བོད་ཀྱི་གསར་འགྱུར་རིག་པ་གོང་འཕེལ་གཏོང་རྒྱུར་གཏོར་བཤིག་དང་བཀག་སྡོམ་ཡིན་པ་སྨྲ་ཤེས་དོན་གོ་བའི་མིའི་རིགས་ཤིག་ཡིན་ན་ཤེས་གསལ་རེད། བློ་ཕམ་པ་ཞིག་ལ་གཞུང་ཁ་འཁྱེར་ནས་སྒེར་དོན་ཁོ་ན་སྒྲུབ་མཁན་འགའ་ཞིག་གིས་རྒྱ་མོ་ད་ཡན་སྤྲོད་མཁན་དང་ངན་པ་ལག་འབྲེལ་བྱས་ནས་བོད་མིའི་རྩ་དོན་ཆུར་སྐྱུར་ཡང་ད་དུང་བོད་མིས་མི་ཤེས་ཁུལ་དང་མི་མཐོང་ཁུལ་བྱས་པ་དེར་ཡ་རེ་ང་བྱུང་། འོན་ཏེ་ཤེས་ལྡན་པ་འགའ་ཞིག་གིས་ངོ་དེབ་དང་དྲ་རྒྱའི་ཐོག་སྐལ་ལྡན་སོགས་རང་དོན་ཁོ་ན་སྒྲུབ་མཁན་མི་གཅོལ་ཆུང་འགའ་ཞིག་འཐེར་འདོན་གནང་བ་དེར་རེ་བ་གསར་པ་ཞིག་ཀྱང་མཐོང་རྒྱུ་འདུག
    དེའང་ལོ་ཆེན་བཻ་རོ་ཙ་ནས། བདེན་ཅིང་འཐད་ན་ལེགས་བཤད་བྱིས་པའི་ཚིག་ཀྱང་ཉོན། མི་བདེན་དོན་དང་འགལ་ན་རྒྱལ་པོའི་བཀའ་ཡང་ཞོག ཚིག་གི་རྩ་བ་མ་དཔྱོད་དོན་གྱི་རྩ་བ་དཔྱོད། ཞེས་པའི་གདམས་པ་འདི་དང་འབྲེལ་ནས་ཅུང་ཟད་འཆད་པ་ལ་ནོངས་འགལ་ཅི་མཆིས་ཐམས་ཅད་མཐོལ་ལོ་བཤགས།
    མཚན་ཉིད་པའི་མིང་ཅན་དགྲ་འདུལ་ནས།

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