Thursday, July 09, 2015

Breaking: Karmapa Charged by Corrupt Indian Officials


From India come breaking press reports: the Himachal Pradesh High Court has suddenly "reversed" its earlier decision not to charge the Karmapa in a 2011 currency case, and now presses for criminal proceedings against him.

The decision comes in the wake of Karmapa's wildly successful tour of the United States. Indian officials believe they can now pressure him into paying out huge sums to avoid prosecution, reckoning that he raised millions abroad.

What the Karmapa does or does not "raise" is, of course, a ridiculous notion placed in their heads by dirty politics.

Please join us in requesting the American government, at its most effective level, to carefully monitor the attempted extortion of a Tibetan Buddhist leader with millions of followers in the United States.


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11 reader comments:

Anonymous said...

who can we write to, what can we do? some kind of petition? please, i will help any way i can.

Trinh Giangmy said...

Wat the ...? A playground bw India and China? Dirty politics!!!!!!
Karmapa Chenno! Karmapa Chenno! Karmapa Chenno! We'll always be with you! His Holiness '' A victim of dark and dirty politics''

Trinh Giangmy said...

Wat the...? A playground bw India and China? Dirty politics!!!!
Karmapa Chenno! Karmapa Chenno! Karmapa Chenno! We'll always be with you!
His Holiness ' A victim of dark and dirty politics'

Anonymous said...

how can we help?

Anonymous said...

I am starting a Care2 petition, will re-post the petition here..I am here to help and will use this article to inform...

Anonymous said...

https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thepetitionsite.com%2Ftell-a-friend%2F14056676%23bbfb%3D911569066

Anonymous said...

thank you, yes, please share the petition here and i will be sure to share it across all social networks!

Anonymous said...

"How can the life of such a man be held in the palm of some fools' hands, to see him obviously framed, it can't help but make you feel ashamed to live in a land where JUSTICE is a game"

"Hurricane" Bob Dylan...

Anonymous said...

Is everyone in denial here?
It seems HH has a criminal case to answer to.

Anonymous said...

not denial, it's just that the details of this case point to corruption from some indian officials, not wrongdoing on the part of HH.
i dont think im the only one here who would say that although we stand firmly beside HH no matter what, we do not treat him as an infallible god. we DO, however, believe in his honesty and good heart and feel that the truth of the matter will turn out to show his innocence.

Anonymous said...

I suppose the quotes in the blogspot article from March 19, if authentic, would now imply that the Indians are stupid and don't know what the U.S. wants.