Kultchara Human Rights Abuse

The several English native speakers here at exposingkultchara would like to protest how difficult it is to read content published by Kultchara especially when they are trying to sound smart.

Please learn basic English grammar and proper sentence construction Scam Rinpoche and Kultchara before attempting sophisticated words. Example – ‘vide‘ in its plural form (i.e when it is followed by ‘solicitors‘) is ‘videte‘. Seriously, who uses that word anyways? Perhaps you should solicit a thesaurus for a better choice of words before you attempt to post legal threats publicly… because instead of making you sound intellectual and important, you really just sound like those overseas scammers that call people up.

The topic of today is yet another public ‘notice’ Kultchara has posted on their website.
Read the original text here but here is a snapshot for those who do not wish to visit their site.

noticeKultchara is using legal threats against the Vajrayana Buddhist Council of Malaysia for “defamation” because they’ve made a choice not to believe in the practice of Shugden, due to their belief in such practices to cause sectarianism and disharmony and have made a declaration of their stance.

Naturally as the universe revolves around His Eminence the 25th Scam Cuckoo Rinpoche and the Kultchara organization, this is taken as some form of serious insult towards them.

Again, time to educate Scam Rinpoche and followers a little here. Oh boy…

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a document adopted by the United Nations (Which Malaysia is a part of) General Assembly to basically protect people from… well essentially crooks like you. Within this document contains the following articles:

Article 18.

Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

Article 19.

Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

NEWSFLASH for you Kultchara,
Just because individual(s) choose not to share your beliefs, they are not defaming you (the Vajrayana Buddhist Council of Malaysia did not even make a single reference to your organization or your leader), nor are they breaking any laws.
You ought to consider “viding” new lawyers who actually understand such basic common knowledge rather than dumping all your hard earned (scammed) donations money on lawyers that agree to take on your cases regardless of its implausibility.

What your lawyer should advise you on is that vandalism on Vajrayana Buddhist Council of Malaysia’s private property is indeed breaking the law. No wonder they’re not fans of Shugden… Kultchara should take some credit for that.




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