10 July, 2020

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Video Evidence: Violent Buddhist Monks Are Using ‘Sudda Sinhala Filth’

Video evidence: Buddhist monk Galagoda Atte Gnanasara who thretened police officers and used ‘Sudda Sinhala filth’. In this video the monk was also making racist remarks against Muslims and Tamils.

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    world first news online about against buddhism!!!!! yes, freedom of thoughts. madyasara journalism.

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    we need all sorts of ideas this is why that we call freedom of filthy journalism,that only allow online. of course you have freedom to tell you your own thoughts. i am sure if buddha lives today he must be shot dead!

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      Oh my my. You must not want to kill for no harm that Lord Buddha did to you nor to any living being? True you have freedom of expression, but that does not permit you to incite violence against anyone by suggesting to kill. Taking an innocent life is sacrilege. You will get bad karma for simply saying such bad things. May your good Lord protect you and guide you into the light. You must be presently living a turbid and violent life, so you say provoke violence to conceal your own mental state. You should practice ahimsa and meditate and heal yourself.

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    Even your name suggests that you are a born loser. Lost in politics must have cost you dearly.

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    to mr. dasapiya, dear sir, i am apologize for my bad english. i have greater respect to buddha as a greatest teacher. when i read this commence on buddhism i saw there are lots of ill feelings going on about buddhism. so i want to tell you, if buddha lives today those people can kill buddha. dear mr dasapiya please forgive me. thank you for your commence on this matter.

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      May you go in peace. I understand how you feel, and now I understand what you meant, when you suggested that people who express their views are so angered that it could inflict pain and hatred towards his (Lord Buddha’s) teachings. But reading it the way you had expressed, truly gives another meaning. Well, I am with you on this now.

      Ordinary people are free to express themselves as they seem fit, and unless they are explicit, it can always be construed to mean something not intendeed to the reader. We all have this problem, but at different levels of understanding based on intellectual capacity. It is quite an advantage to have fluency in English Language skills, and reading a lot is the way to go. So don’t lose heart, keep trying until you get ‘the hang’ of it.

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    Dear mr. Dasapiya, Thank you very much for your kind commence on my matter. you are a real person. Thank you very much for your advice sir. yes, i am not good in writing english because why i have had sinhala education. i try my best to write english and at the same time iam trying to communicate with others. i don’t hate anyone. i always like peace. i am not in to politics, but i like to commence on my own point of view on some controversial issues such as multi religion conflicts. once again thank you very much and wish you all the best.

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    Sure this fellow wasn’t pissed in his head with arrack?
    Maybe should do test and check…

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      sukitadhamma, arrack may be your favorite word and your everyday habit. good on u man. have it a another glass and enjoy the freedom of expression.

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    Why is he so angry with ‘Hambayas’ or Muslims? What have they done wrong to him.

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