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14 days ago
Lobsang
Shoddy work? That's not always true. I was speaking to an American petroleum engineer about a year ago. He was trying to source to for a part for the project he was working on. He found that the ones made in the USA and Europe were not up to specification, and expensive on top of that. He found that the Chinese were able to provide precision parts at a fraction of the cost. Other Chinese co
Forum: Global Village
14 days ago
Lobsang
I think that it is premature to judge China on the basis of one mans dwelling. It's a huge country. You are bound to have shoddy areas as well as posh areas, as there are in other parts of the world. I was in transit in Guangzhou a few months ago. I was surprised by how modern the airport was. My cousin was on a business trip to Shanghai not long after. She was taken aback by how modern
Forum: Global Village
16 days ago
Lobsang
I think that the Tree of Life has some correspondence to chakra and nadi system of the Hindus. What are your thoughts on this?
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26 days ago
Lobsang
India warned Sri Lanka based on information gleaned from an ISIS suspect. Again, I doubt if this has anything to do with New Zealand. Just ISIS trying to re-establish itself with the help of the locals.
Forum: Global Village
27 days ago
Lobsang
Yes, this was a colossal intelligence failure. The Sri Lankans were warned, but failed to act. Now, the Sri Lankan Defense Minister is saying that this attack was revenge for New Zealand. I don't buy it. Have you heard the rant from one of the terrorists, Zahran Hashim? I think that it is more about establishing an Islamic Caliphate in Sri Lanka. It may also have something to do with IS
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Lobsang
The victims came from different places, including a few from my country. It turned out that one of the victims, Mohd Tarmizi Shuib, was a former colleague of mine from a company where I worked several years ago. He was shot and injured. There was no news about his 17 year old son who was declared missing for days. I just woke up to the news that his 17 year old son, Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, was c
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Lobsang
India claims that its MiG 21 shot down a Pakistani F-16. Is this even possible? First aerial dogfight in 48 years escalates India-Pakistan tensions How India's Legacy Fighter Downed Pak F-16: 10 Things About MiG-21 Bison MiG 21 vs F 16: How dogfights take place in the skies IAF shows parts of Amraam missile, says evidence confirms Mi .. Pakistan denying use of F-1
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2 months ago
Lobsang
Brian, You can see some of the falsehoods that is spreading about conversion to Christianity in India in social media pages. Quite often you will see them depict Christians as wild-eyed, and totally insane. Now, I have been to churches in India, and I have yet to meet a single Indian Christian who behaves this way. NoConversion Resurging Hinduism They also claim that Christian
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Lobsang
Ray, You are referring to Shashi Tharoor's video. Shashi is a senior member of the Indian National Congress Party in India. India will be having its national elections around April or May 2019. It will be largely between the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party led by Prime Minister Modi, versus the Indian National Congress Party, led by Rahul Gandhi. It's quite obvious that a lot rides on
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
Hi Ray, Which Youtube video are you referring to? Are you talking about the one in Odisha? Regards, Chris
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
Modi was once banned from the USA over the Gujarat riots. However, the ban was lifted once he became Prime Minister. Modi has met both Obama and Trump. The relationship between the USA and India is dictated by geopolitical reality. India is buffer against China and Pakistan.
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
Very true about who is in the majority and minority. MIGA? Making India Great Again? Sure sounds like it. Are you aware that India just made the worlds tallest statue?
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
Are you aware that the Hindutva now claim that the modern caste system is a British creation to divide, rule, and convert? They are also now saying that the Manusmirti, a document that contains some of the vilest descriptions of the caste system, is not so. And while they do this the victims of the caste system mount. Teenager beheaded in southern India in caste-based violence Od
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
India has a population of 1.339 billion people. I am not sure how big the Hindutva population is. But size doesn’t matter if they are the ones who are in control. The question is whether moderate Hindus will stand up to the Hindutvas and stop them in their tracks. I am not sure. I have certainly sent some links to Hindus. They either keep quiet or deflect to some other religion like Isla
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
I have many Hindu friends over here in Malaysia. I even know a few Hindus from India. They are all moderate in their views. Now, I have known of the Hindutva from India for years. But I never paid much attention to them. I really got to know them when I went online. Social media has brought our worlds closer. It was a wake-up call. Now according to a 2011 census, India’s religious populat
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
There is so much to say in response, that I am not even sure where to start. That said, here is another video that gives insight into Hindutva thinking Actually it is intelligent and well educated Hindutvas who are whipping up the sentiment amongst poor, uneducated Hindutvas. And some of them reside in the USA. Here is an assessment of one of them, Rajiv Malhotra, who is a well known autho
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
Reports indicate that the ruling party of India, the BJP, and its Hindutva ideology will trigger commununal tensiions ahead of its polls, and increased tensions with Pakistan. Having seen some of these Hindutva types on online forums from India, I believe it. The Hindutva are way different from the moderate Hindus that I have met. I have included a youtube video below where an Indian Member o
Forum: Global Village
3 months ago
Lobsang
I have seen dogs walking around Malaysia that resemble dingos. They could well be dingos. Most Malaysians don’t identify them as such. They just regard them as a normal mutt. I recently came across a Wikpedia entry that stated that an indigenous tribal group from Malaysia bred a dog called the Telomian They say that the Telomian is a cross between a Basenji and a dingo. The Wikipedia entr
Forum: Mysteries
8 months ago
Lobsang
"Maori oral traditions speak of spirits or fairy folk living in parts of New Zealand when they arrived. They are known by various names, but most commonly as Patupaiarehe and Turehu". "In Māori mythology, Patupaiarehe are pale spirit beings that live in deep forests and on mountaintops in New Zealand, and are sometimes hostile to humans. Ethereal flute music and singing someti
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8 months ago
Lobsang
I am unfamiliar with the mythical Wharekura school, except for what you have written. How did you link the Sakti cult to the Maoris? Is it possible to link the Maori gods to the Sakti cult?
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8 months ago
Lobsang
The Maori arrived in New Zealand from eastern Polynesia in waves from 1250 and 1300 AD. The Maori language is similar to other Austronesian languages in the region. This should come as no surprise as the Maori are of the same ethnicity as other Austronesian people, incluidng the Malays. The Malay word for "sky" is "langit". The same word is used in Indonesia (includin
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8 months ago
Lobsang
This is what seems to be suggested by this article, "The Real Inquisition"
Forum: History
10 months ago
Lobsang
Here you go. Harley is moving its production to Europe.
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
Hi Eddy, I doubt if debt financing as per the Koran, came into play here. From where I sit, I can see that China’s Belt and Road Initiative is deep trouble. This is particularly so following Dr. Mahathirs victory over Najib in our recent national elections this past May 9th, 2018. Every single thing that Najib did is coming under scrutiny, now that he is out of office. This include
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
Is China's Belt and Road working? A progress report from eight countries It looks like this is not working to Beijings plan.
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
It's only a matter of time before China retaliates with its own tarrifs. The question is who can weather this upcoming trade war better, the USA or China. If Professor Winter Nie is correct, China will not only be able to weather it better, it will win. . What do you think?
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
Hi Buck, I have been called many things, but a "western lib-tard on us #ThemChristiansTho"? That's hilarious! The words “liberal” and “conservative” as used in the Western world are meaningless to me. I am liberal on some issues, but conservative on other issues. That said, the words “liberal” and “conservative” as used in my country, is generally used in the context of Mu
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
Hi Ray, I am glad we see the same thing through our contact with our students and colleagues I got a shock when I saw an article about a Yemeni student named Sadeq Abdullah Saleh al-Guraizea who was killed in a Saudi air strike two years ago. The reason why I was shocked was that I had seen him walking around the university where I used to work. He used to smile at me at greet me, although
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
Spot on Eddie. There is a long history between the Muslims, Christians, and the Jews. It is hard to separate them. Besides, the Muslims call the Christians and the Jews the “People of the Book”. They even believe in the same prophets. So it is hard to untangle it.
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
Lobsang
Hi Pete, You stated “The nations who oppose death for apostasy are westernized”. The article names 13 out of 57 Islamic countries as having the death penalty for apostasy. The remainder 44 Islamic countries do not have the death penalty for apostasy. These would include Libya, Egypt, Indonesia, etc. How are these countries westernized? You stated “Without the influence of the west an
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