Tibet’s Government-in-Exile Saves The Dalai Lama From Cancel Culture

Oh boy, you won’t believe what happened! The internet went wild after a video of the Dalai Lama surfaced, showing him asking a boy to suck his tongue and giving him a peck on the lips. Shocking, right? People were furious, accusing the spiritual leader of abusive behavior. But fear not, because Tibet’s government-in-exile, led by Penpa Tsering, has come to the rescue!

Tsering defended the Dalai Lama, saying that the video clip completely misinterpreted the 87-year-old’s “innocent grandfatherly affectionate demeanor.” Wow, what a mouthful! Tsering also claimed that “pro-Chinese sources” were behind the viral clip, which had a political angle that couldn’t be ignored.

Now, let’s take a step back and remember who the Dalai Lama is. He’s a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who fled to India in 1959 after a failed uprising against Chinese rule in Tibet. He’s been fighting for cultural and linguistic autonomy in his homeland for decades, which is located between India and China. But China doesn’t recognize Tibet’s government-in-exile, which represents about 100,000 Tibetans living in 30 countries.

Despite apologizing for the incident, the Dalai Lama was still at risk of being cancelled. But thanks to Tibet’s government-in-exile, he’s safe and sound. Who knows what kind of conspiracies are at play here. One thing’s for sure – this controversy has brought attention back to the Dalai Lama and his ongoing battle for Tibet’s autonomy.