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Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma tuyên bố" Tôi sẽ là người cuối cùng"

19/12/201418:39(Xem: 8043)
Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma tuyên bố" Tôi sẽ là người cuối cùng"

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ĐỨC ĐẠT LAI LẠT MA: ‘TÔI SẼ LÀ NGƯỜI CUỐI’

 

Lãnh đạo tinh thần của người Tây Tạng, Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma, nói với BBC ông cho rằng có thể mình sẽ là người cuối cùng giữ cương vị này.

Tuy nhiên ông nói cũng là điều tốt nếu như truyền thống nhiều thế kỷ nay dừng ở "một vị Đạt Lai Lạt Ma được nhiều người tôn kính". Ông cũng cho rằng Anh quốc đã nhẹ tay với Trung Quốc quanh các vụ biểu tình mới đây vì lý do tài chính.

Ông nói: "Túi tiền của họ ít nhiều đang trống rỗng, vậy nên họ quan trọng việc quan hệ chặt với Trung Quốc vì lý do tiền bạc".

Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma mới đây đã bị Đức Giáo hoàng từ chối tiếp khi ông tới tham dự một cuộc họp dành cho những người đoạt giải Nobel Hòa bình tại Rome.

Vatican giải thích đây là vì "tình hình tế nhị" với Trung Quốc.

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'Trách nhiệm đạo đức'

Phát biểu trên chương trình Newsnight của BBC, Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma nói cộng đồng quốc tế cần nỗ lực hơn để khuyến khích dân chủ tại Trung Quốc. "Trung Quốc rất muốn tham gia nền kinh tế toàn cầu."

"Họ cần được hoan nghênh, nhưng thế giới tự do cũng có trách nhiệm đạo đức đưa Trung Quốc tới dân chủ vì chính lợi ích của Trung Quốc."

Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma đã chuyển sang sống lưu vong tại Ấn Độ năm 1959 sau khi quân đội Trung Quốc đàn áp âm mưu nổi dậy ở Tây Tạng.

Bắc Kinh gọi ông là "kẻ chia rẽ", cho dù nay ông cổ suý "con đường ở giữa" với Trung Quốc, tìm kiếm tự trị nhưng không đòi độc lập cho Tây Tạng.

Trong cuộc phỏng vấn đề cập tới nhiều vấn đề, Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma 79 tuổi thừa nhận có thể ông sẽ không có người kế tục. "Cương vị Đạt Lai Lạt Ma một ngày sẽ chấm dứt."


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"Không có bảo đảm gì là sẽ không có một vị Đạt Lai Lạt Ma ngu xuẩn trong tương lai. Điều đó sẽ thật đáng buồn. Bởi vậy nên truyền thống nhiều thế kỷ này mà kết thúc với môt vịĐạt Lai Lạt Ma được nhiều người quý trọng thì cũng là điều tốt."

Đức Đạt Lai Lạt Ma trước đó đã nói ông không có ý định chuyển giao bổn phận chính trị của mình cho một nhân vật được bầu cử lên và đó là vì quyền lợi của người Tây Tạng.

(BBC News)

 

Dalai Lama:
‘No-Dalai Lama preferable to a stupid Dalai Lama’

DECEMBER 18, 2014 2:27 
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Yalda Hakim of BBC World interviewing His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Rome, Italy on December 13, 2014. Photo/Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

(TibetanReview.net, Dec18, 2014) – Raising the spectre of a successor who might disgrace himself or herself as well as the institution itself, Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has suggested Dec 17 that perhaps it would be better if he is the last Dalai Lama, according toindependent.co.uk Dec 17.

“There is no guarantee that some stupid Dalai Lama won’t come next, who will disgrace himself or herself. That would be very sad. So, much better that a centuries-old tradition should cease at the time of a quite popular Dalai Lama,” he was quoted as saying in a BBC Newsnight interview.

Although emphasizing that it was “up to the Tibetan people” to decide what will happen after his death, the Dalai Lama has expressed hope that the tradition of choosing the new Tibetan spiritual leader “ends with a popular one”, reported ibtimes.co.uk Dec 17.

The longest serving Dalai Lama who in 2011 relinquished the institution’s 369-year-old role as the temporal leader of Tibet as well, has said no one may follow a stupid Buddhist leader.

The Dalai Lama, born on Jul 6, 1935, was enthroned as Tibet’s temporal and spiritual leader when he was not quite 16 due to the emergency situation arising from an imminent Chinese invasion of the country.

China has insisted, despite the primacy of the concerned Tibetan spiritual leader’s traditional and religious prerogative to determine where he will be reborn, that it had a historical right to appoint the Dalai Lama’s reincarnation, adding that the successor should be from a territory under its rule.

Although the communist government of China is not just secular but also atheist, with the communist party members being banned from being religious, it insists that it has a “set religious procedure and historic custom” for the purpose.

Since a Dalai Lama chosen by China will be expected to follow the dictates of his minders, with the party leadership at the top, rather than following his own mind, the exile Tibetan spiritual leader’s latest remarks could be taken as a broadside against Beijing.

The Dalai Lama has, on a previous occasion, said, “Chinese officials are more concerned about the future Dalai Lama than me,” adding, “I have no concern.”


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