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Program (recordings available for free from the website) from WFMU 91.1 FM.

"We're an independent freeform station broadcasting at 91.1 fm in New York, at 90.1 fm in the Hudson Valley"

"This program begins a lengthy examination of the Dalai Lama’s association with a covert-action milieu, much of it fascist and associated with the Underground Reich.

This material is to be viewed in the context of author and political scientist Philip Bobbitt’s concept of "the virtual state" - a state without formal geographical borders.

In addition to the Dalai Lama’s collaboration with Islamist and secular Pan-Turkist separatist elements in Xinjiang province of China, [he] has maintained close connections over a period of decades with SS officers, some of them war criminals. Indeed, the Dalai Lama’s brand of Tantric Buddhism contains philosophical elements that can be readily adapted to a fascist and warlike ideological construction.

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It was this feature of the Tibetan religious philosophy that attracted the Nazi SS to Tibetan society, an attraction that resulted in SS expeditions to that country. Those expeditions led to the genesis of the Dalai Lama’s association with SS men over the years.

A major element of this program and ones to follow centers on the Dalai Lama’s participation in the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, headed up by Karl von Habsburg, the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. We are a long way from just "Buddhists" here, a fact that should be borne in mind when considering the Dalai Lama.

Program Highlights Include: [His] selection of SS officers (including war criminals) to state their case to the world; the Dalai Lama’s close relationship with Shoko Asahara - the head of the Aum Shinrikyo cult (influenced by Hitler, the cult perpetrated a sarin gas attack in Tokyo); the Dalai Lama’s association with Jean Marques-Riviere (in his absence convicted and given the death sentence for turning Jews over to the Gestapo in France); the Dalai Lama’s association with Chilean occult fascist Miguel Serrano; the apocalyptic, warlike philosophy contained in the brand of Buddhism practiced by the Dalai Lama; the significance of the Kalachakra Sand Mandala and the creation and destruction of such a mandala at the World Trade Center in the 1990’s; the Dalai Lama’s close association with Erkin Alptekin, a former employee of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and an apparent asset of elements of U.S. intelligence; the Dalai Lama’s connections to the CIA; the Dalai Lama’s collaboration with Al Qaeda-related Islamist elements in Xinjiang province.

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Introducing the subject of the Nazi SS’s fascination with Tibet and its exploration of that country, the program presents an account of the 1938 SS expedition to Lhasa. It is essential to understand the fascination that Tibetan society and the Tibetan perversion of Buddhism had for SS chief Heinrich Himmler, a man profoundly influenced by occultist theory.

As noted by the author of Himmler’s Crusade, the occultist views of Himmler and the SS were inextricably linked with Nazi racism and murder. "One of the many baffling things about the Nazis is how they managed to combine faith in ludicrous mythology and pseudo-science with running an efficient state machine. The mild- looking Reichsfuhrer, Heinrich Himmler, head of the German police and the SS, was the most prominent exponent of this mysticism. He believed in the lost kingdom of Atlantis, in pagan rituals involving fir sprigs and holly, in the martial virtues of Hinduism and in ‘World Ice Theory’ (the early ancestors of the Aryans had been frozen in ice until their release by divine thunderbolts).

Christopher Hale makes the point in this book that, ‘Historians have often viewed Himmler's occult obsessions as exotic marginalia in a life otherwise dedicated to efficient policing and ruthless genocide. The truth is that Himmler's enthusiasms about lost civilizations, prehistoric archaeology, the Holy Grail and, especially, the origins of the ‘Indo-Germanic' races were intricately interwoven with the racial 'theories' that demanded the elimination of the unfit.’" ("Patrick French Reviews Himmler’s Crusade" by Christopher Hale; Daily Telegraph; 91/2003.)

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The physical appearance (high cheekbones) and imperious behavior of the Tibetan nobility led some SS theoreticians to posit an anthropological link between the Tibetans and the so-called "Aryans."

One of the principal exponents of this theory was Bruno Beger, an SS anthropologist and, as we shall see, a murderous war criminal and close personal associate of the Dalai Lama. "In 1938 an expedition set off for Lhasa under Himmler's patronage, funded by German business groups. It was led by Ernst Schafer, a brilliant marksman and naturalist who had been on two expeditions to China and Tibet. He was an odd choice for such a mission, being prone to violent rages, but was a favorite of Himmler.

A British diplomat described Schafer as ‘volatile, scholarly, vain to the point of childishness, disregardful of social convention or the feelings of others, and first and foremost always a Nazi’.

The other principal figure was Bruno Beger, a rising young anthropologist and SS member who believed that ‘Europids’ or ‘Aryans’ might have originated in central Asia, and that the Tibetan nobility with their ‘imperious, self-confident behavior’ and sharp cheekbones might provide a missing link. Beger intended to measure a sample of Tibetans and take moulds of their faces. By the end of the trip, the team had accumulated over 60,000 photographs and shot more than 120,000 feet of film.

Back in Berlin, Schafer was treated as a hero and given an SS death’s-head ring by Himmler, although the mission had brought Germany little substantive scientific or political gain. . . ."

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In order to test some of his anthropological theories, Beger had over 100 inmates at Auschwitz murdered so their corpses and skeletal remains could be studied. Again, Beger was a close associate of the Dalai Lama.

" . . . Although Schafer remained part of Himmler’s circle, he was unnerved by the Holocaust and preferred to concoct a hare-brained scheme to recruit Himalayan irregulars for an invasion of India. Beger, however, selected over 100 inmates of Auschwitz, some of whom looked like ‘Asiatics,’ for anthropological investigation. After they had been studied and photographed, the victims were gassed and their bodies preserved in vats of ethanol. Beger was imprisoned after the war as an accomplice to murder, Himmler’s Crusade suffers from too many diversions, but is a wide-ranging book which offers a warning about the dangers of alternative history. The author might, however, have observed that the Dalai Lama’s official website features a statement of support from Bruno Beger and others, together with a 1994 photograph showing the old Waffen-SS man standing at the Dalai Lama’s right hand. . . ."

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More about the war crimes of the Dalai Lama’s pal Bruno Beger:

"...In 1942, SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Prof. Dr. August Hirt, chairman of the anatomy department at the Reich University in Strasbourg, set about assembling a collection of Jewish skeletons under the auspices of the Ahnenerbe Foundation. To this end, he received permission from Himmler to select the required number of prisoners at Auschwitz. The selection of 115 persons (79 Jewish men, 30 Jewish women, 2 Poles, and 4 ‘Asians’ - probably Soviet POWs) and the preliminary preparation, consisting of biometrical measurements and the collection of personal data, were carried out by Hirt's collaborator, SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Dr. Bruno Beger, who arrived in Auschwitz in the first half of 1943. Beger finished his work by June 15, 1943.

After going through quarantine, some of the prisoners whom Beger selected were sent in July and early August to Natzweiler-Struthof, where they were killed in the gas chamber. The victims' corpses were sent to Hirt as material for his skeleton collection, which was intended for use in anthropological studies that would demonstrate the superiority of the Nordic race. Hirt selected thirty-nine women for their racial characteristics: [They] were given a sham physical examination for reassurance, then gassed.

The corpses were immediately transported to the anatomy pavilion of the Strasbourg University Hospital. A French inmate, who had to assist the project's director...told how ‘preservation began immediately,’ with the arrival of bodies that were ‘still warm, the eyes...wide open and shining.’ There were two subsequent shipments of men, from each of whom the left testicle had been removed and sent to Hirt's anatomy lab." (Biography of Dr. August Hirt; accessed at: 3w dot jewishvirtuallibrary dot org slash jsource slash biography slash Hirt dot html)

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More about Heinrich Harrer, the Dalai Lama’s SS tutor and his relationship to the SS Tibet research: "The Austrian mountain climber and competition skier joined the SS on April 1, 1938 and in the same year received instructions to climb Nanga Parbat in the Himalayas after an official meeting with Adolf Hitler. Heinrich Himmler, himself most interested in occult phenomena is said by Harrer to have offered him a Tibet expedition.

In 1942, the Reichsfuhrer of the SS (Himmler) ordered the creation of the Sven Hedin Institutfur Innerasienforschung [Sven Hedin Institute for Central Asian Research]. This educational establishment had combined esoteric, scientific, and racial studies goals.
It was completely in this vein that Himmler was interested in occult doctrines from ‘mysterious Tibet’, and assumed - probably under the influence of theosophical ideas - that a ‘race with Nordic blood’ existed there, oppressed by the English and Chinese, and waiting for their liberation by the Germans. Himmler's ‘advisor’, reports the German magazine Spiegel, ‘... and scientist Ernst Schafer believed that Tibet was the cradle of humanity, the refuge of an 'Aryan root race', where a priestly caste had created a mysterious kingdom of Shambhala - decorated with the Buddhist symbol of the wheel of teaching, a swastika. In 1934 Schafer set out on the first of two expeditions financed by the SS to track down remnants of the 'Nordic intellectual' nobility’ (Spiegel, 16/1998, p. 111)."

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