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The Scandalous Dalai Lama

His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, is in a bit of a pickle after controversial photographs and subsequent remarks about women surfaced to cause quite a stir. Investigative YouTube blogger Riss Flex says she was alarmed when she came across a photo on Instagram of a young girl licking the Dalai Lama’s face. At first she was certain the photo was a fake, but after running it through, the analysis confirmed the picture was real. So Flex pushed forward with her own probe and found more dirt.

She discovered an article in Tricyle Buddhist Magazine, where the Tibetan spiritual leader made untoward remarks about the possibility of a woman succeeding him. Though he claimed to have spoken in jest, a subsequent article on CNN not only confirmed the quote, but also added that the BBC reported he had a distorted look on his face when speaking, suggesting he wasn’t joking.

And there’s more. The Dalai Lama was apparently chummy with busted Albany, N.Y., sex cult NXIVM, which reportedly helped book him with a $1 million fee, and he also supported Shambhala International, a worldwide network of Buddhist meditation centers that have been connected with sex trafficking of minors. Flex says his ties with other questionable personalities has led her to believe that the Dalai Lama is up to no good. Here’s more from Flex.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube ordered this video taken down. Last we checked, you can still find other Riss Flex videos on that platform. We are appalled by the degree of censorship pushed by YouTube, but we have no control over their tyranny. Riss Flex has uploaded the video onto UGETube. Here is a link so you can watch it there.)




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6 thoughts on “The Scandalous Dalai Lama

  1. post your video on ugetube

  2. post your censored video on ugetube

  3. post your censored video on bitchute

    youtube banned your post

  4. repost your video

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