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Nonsense in Buddhism

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  1. Mark Cameno

    November 27th, 2009 at 3:34 am


    I am not exactly sure of the examples of Peter. However, I would like to help Kevin Solway to get out of his blind faith and idiocy.

    Please understand what Newton said. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This is what is explained in Buddhism as well.

    Please understand (if your age is preventing it from happening… too bad) Darwin said something simple. Survival of the fittest. However, give purpose to whatever is surviving. Ultimate happiness is all what is required where the path is shown very clearly in Buddism. Its not a religion its a philosophy.

  2. Hai Kim

    May 5th, 2010 at 1:13 pm


    This is just one individual that is expressing “his” views on buddhism and others who believe in other religions do the same because they interpret religion in their “own” minds, and others who are followers follow suit. Like yourself I believe in logic as you touch on many basis with critical thinking to come up with answers shared and agreeable by others.

  3. craig

    September 4th, 2011 at 3:57 am


    Thanks for your analysis and your other work of dispelling lies and ignorance.I have come across some similar situations myself . Its true what you say any of us can fall in to an illusionary state of belief. On the other hand do you have any videos where you put forth what you believe in or perhaps you don’t believe in anything. (no judgement intended) Do you follow any particular path ? ( non religious path ) Look forward to hearing a reply or a finger pointing to your moon.

  4. immortalflux

    July 13th, 2012 at 8:56 pm


    I tend to agree with you on the criticism of Peter Betts’ beliefs. I saw a documentary recently called “Unmistaken Child” which documents the “journey of Tibetan Buddhist monk Tenzin Zopa as he travels far and wide to identify the child who is the reincarnation of his deceased master, Lama Konchog”. It’s amazing to see how people’s beliefs create the lives they live, and the extent to which they can be wrong and totally oblivious to it. Watching that documentary made me realize that people of all religions or beliefs can be blind to reason, reality and truth (even though I had more hope for Buddhism than other religions in the beginning).

    However, I must say if you’re attempting to argue that Buddhism is as ignorant as all other religions, your use of this one buddhist monk’s nonsense to prove so is a little lame. It’s like trying to prove that taking vitamin D supplements is bad for your health, by telling us the example of one individual who had complications because of a vitamin D overdose.

    You should have tackled the teachings of beliefs of at least more famous buddhists starting with the Dalai Lama and many others (perhaps Lama Zopa Rinpoche of the Sera monastery (that’s the only one that comes to my head now 🙂 based on my own experience) if you want to make a strong case for this.

    I will read more of your website, maybe there’s more interesting stuff here…

    all the best

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