He's making an argument in jurisprudence about the relation between Dutch sovereign law and Islamic minorities in Holland?freethinker108 wrote:Actually, he is saying exactly that. You might want to listen a little more instead of just stereotype the guy or take quotes out of context.tobes wrote:Huseng wrote:
Fine, but I don't see Lama Ole making a subtle argument about the juridical system. He's not saying "sovereign law should be equally applied to all citizens. I am troubled by the friction between the proper functioning of a law and minorities."
Nor are many of the right in Europe, for that matter.
They are, in fact, talking about 'wearing foreign garb.' Legislating to ban it in fact.
"Buddhists can never be racists because all beings have Buddha Nature"
-Lama Ole Nydahl
What I have read are broad sweeping and categorical statements about Islam, as a religion, and Muslims, as practitioners of that religion.
I am busy today, but I will provide evidence tonight. In the meantime, you can provide his subtle legal arguments.