In 2009, Barack Obama was blasted by the Israeli Hasbara media for snubbing Tibet’s spiritual leader Dalai Lama 76. Now, the same mafia is replaying the game against South African government. It’s reported that South African officials are trying to block the Dalai Lama from joining the celebration of 80th birthday of his friend and fellow Nobel Peace Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu. In both cases the Zionists have blamed China.
Dalai Lama has visited the Zionist entity four times and has maintained good relations with Jewish groups around the world. Archbishop Tutu, on the other hand, is welknown for his criticism of the Zionist regime and America’s blind support for Israel. Last year, David Hersch, vice-chairman of the South African Zionist Federation, called Bishop Tutu, anti-Semite and bigot. Similar sentiments were echoed by well-known Islamophobe Jewish professor Alan Dershowitz.
In Toronto (July 2004) to deliver a eulogy for Bishop Ted Scott of the Anglican Church of Canada who fought against apartheid regime in South Africa, Tutu said of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute: “No matter how powerful one side is, there will never be true security. That’s what we learned in South Africa. You will never get true security from the barrel of a gun. As long as we are able to humiliate, subdue and bully the other side, so long will we remain without security.”
So why Zionists are so sensitive of Dalai Lama being snubbed by Obama? The NYT columnist Maureen Dowd gave the clue – Because selling out Tibetans and selling out Israelis is a direct one. It’s very troubling for the Jewish Lobby to see Obama or other world leaders taking dictation from other than Tel Aviv. China has very friendly relation with the Zionist entity – but also maintains closer trade and technology relations with anti-Zionist regimes in Tehran, Islamabad and Khartoum. Therefore, Israelis are worried that someday in future, Washington may start thinking about US-Iran common strategic interests.
In 2007, Israel-Firster Dubya Bush became the first sitting president to meet Dalai Lama publicly, at a ceremony at the Capitol in which he awarded the Dalai Lama the Congressional Gold Medal, Congress’s highest civilian award.
Last year, Dr. Webster Tarpley – historian, investigative journalist and author – give some background of the connection between the Dalai Lama and the CIA in an interview with RT (watch video below).
In May 2011 – Dalai Lama graced an interfaith meeting in Chicago which was attended by Rabbi Michael Lerner, Professor Ingrid Mattson, president ISNA and Rev. Peg Chemberlin.
Dalai Lama is expected to address Tutu’s birthday function at the Desmond Tutu Peace Centre during October 6-8, 2011. Dalai Lama visited African-ruled South Africa in 1996 but in 2009 Johannesburg banned him claiming Dalai Lama’s visit could detract attention from the 2010 soccer World Cup.
The South African High Commission in New Delhi (India) has exposed Zionists’ propaganda lies by saying that it received Dalai Lama’s application for visa on September 20 and it was being processed.