The Dalai Lama has said in an interview with the BBC that a female successor must be attractive otherwise she would be not much use, and people would prefer not to see her face. He also warned that the whole of Europe would become Muslim or African unless refugees ultimately return to their homelands.
During the interview, the Dalai Lama stated that refugees should only be accepted into Europe temporarily for education, and they should ultimately be returned to their home nations. The obviously biased ‘progressive’ interviewer asked about refugees who want to stay in Europe, to which the Dalia Lama responded that a limited number is ok. But the whole of Europe will eventually become a Muslim country – impossible. Or an African country, also impossible.
When the BBC interviewer stated that the Dalai Lama is actually a refugee, he stated that ‘Europe is for Europeans’ and that they are better in their own lands.
The Dalai Lama continued to troll the obviously feminist BBC interviewer by restating his 2015 claim that a female successor would have to be very attractive or not much use. This had apparently offended feminists, not least the interviewer.
“If a female Dalai Lama comes then she should be more attractive,” he said, if a female Dalai Lama is unattractive, “Then people I think, prefer not to see her, that face.”
When the feminist interviewer stated that was objectifying women and asked if it's about who you are on the inside, he responded: “I think both.”
The very selectively edited BBC video can be seen here.
While the Dalia Lama also said that US president Donald Trump lacks moral principle and criticized his America First policy, (probably the only reason the BBC were interviewing him) this was clearly in relation to foreign policy and not immigration policy. The BBC interview is obviously edited to try to serve the agenda of the progressive BBC.
It's not the first time the 14th Dalai Lama has made comments criticizing immigration. Last year he in speeches in Malmo and Rotterdam he also stated refugees should return to rebuild their home countries. He said that most refugees see their home nations as home and the aim should be for refugees to return home. And that has been his view from the very beginning.
'For example, we Tibetans took shelter in India, but most Tibetans want to return to Tibet when the situation there has changed. Each country has its own culture, language, way of life, and it is better for people to live in their own country. That is my view.'