The Dalai-Lama stated the obvious. Of course, migrants, refugees and a lot of so-called ‘immigrants’ should go back to their home countries once the situation has settled there (the sooner the better). Here is Lana Lokteff of Red Ice TV commenting on the news. This only proves that Buddhists have the heart at the right place. There is a proverb in French that says: «Charité bien ordonnée commence par soi-même», which means that you should always provide for yourself before considering providing for others. There are thousands, millions of people in America and Europe who are desperately in need of medical care and of decent food and housing…and we are welcoming refugees by the millions? A few years ago, I started a series of articles in French under the title Le déploiement de l’axe christo-bouddhique, or in English, the deployment of the Christico-Buddhistic Axis. The idea behind that association, collaboration, alliance, is that these two religions, the two big religions of each side of the planet, are completely compatible, the same way Islam and Communism are compatible. So, if they are compatible, we should work together to fight for a better world and to deter threats to our rights and freedoms. If the association of Communism and Islam is often referred to as the Red-Green Axis, the alliance between the freedom-loving christian West and the Buddhist East could be referred to as the Blue-Orange Axis – orange for the most common color of a monk’s garment. If we don’t pull our strength together, both Christians and Buddhists are going to disappear, be massacred by either communists or Islamists. Europe for Europeans…and the East for those who agree with the Buddha! Here are the four articles in French of the series I was talking about, if you would like to take a look at them.
Like in many other western countries, Sweden has turned over to foreigners the task of defining who we are as people, cultures and societies. Henrik Palmgren presents us here the head of a governmental institution in Sweden, the Swedish National Heritage Board, a fellow by the name of Qaisar Mahmood, a man of pakistani origin. It is curious how our fellow nationals see the world. Everything that exists in Europe or the Americas has been built by people of European descent (before we used to say Indo-European). Roads, bridges, farms, lands for agriculture, schools, institutions, everything was done by us. To take the example of Canada, when the French and British colonists came (note here the use of the term ‘colonists’ and not ‘immigrants’) there was nothing. The land was an immense forest and they had to cut all the trees and build the roads to create a country out of these woods. When it was time to work hard, with a lot of sweat, immigrants and refugees were nowhere to see, with the exception of course of Africans who were brought by force. But now that our societies are fully developed, with plenty of resources, wealth, food, services, women and land, they all want to come here and teach us how to live, while plundering our resources. I am sorry but we have built these countries and we don’t have to take lessons from anyone from these so-called third-world countries. These dubious characters are trying to rewrite our history in an effort to replace our culture, religion and traditions by their own. One of the most comical attempt to rewrite western history is made by certain Arab or Muslim activists when they try to make the case that Vikings were Muslims! So, in supplement to Henrik Palmgren’s presentation of Qaisar Mahmood, I also join an earlier show of Red Ice TV where the theory of the Muslim Vikings was explored.