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dalai lama forced to apologize after asking a boy to suck his tongue

After the disgusting “suck my tongue” incident, the EFF has called for the Dalai Lama to be arrested.

According to The Citizen, the 14th Dalai Lama (spiritual leader of Tibet) was forced to issue an apology after a video surfaced showing him telling a young boy to’suck’ his tongue. The video was posted on social media. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have demanded that the Indian government arrest and prosecute him for his crimes.

This comes as a response to the backlash that was sparked on social media by a video of the spiritual leader asking a boy to’suck’ his tongue.

“Suck my tongue,” the demand was made.

The 87-year-old Dalai Lama can be seen planting a kiss on the boy’s lips as he leans in to pay his respects in the video that has since gone viral. He did this as the boy approached him to pay his respects.

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The Buddhist monk is then seen protruding his tongue as he instructs the child to take a bite out of it. It is heard that he is asking the young boy in the video, “Can you suck my tongue?”

The event shown in the video took place on February 28 in McLeod Ganj, which is a suburb of the city of Dharamshala in northern India.


On Monday, the 14th Dalai Lama issued a public apology for his behavior.

In a statement that was uploaded to his verified Twitter account, it was stated that “His Holiness wishes to apologize to the boy and his family, as well as his many friends across the world, for the hurt that his words may have caused.”

Lame apology

The EFF, which is led by Julius Malema, has stated that the “lame apology” must be rejected and condemned in its entirety.

Abuse of children cannot be excused by saying sorry. It is also instructive that the apology was not issued until after mounting pressure from activists against child abuse and almost a month after the heinous incident.

The purported apology did not mention that the individual’s actions were extremely abusive. “Religious leaders are expected to be protectors, not abusers, of the most vulnerable members of society,” said Leigh Ann Mathys of the Red Berets.

Abuse of minors

The EFF has stated that the abuse of children cannot be tolerated.

“Children are not safe in their homes, schools, or other public places, nor are they safe when they are in the care of religious leaders. Any religious leader who engages in acts of abuse should face the full force of the law.

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No exceptions should be made. According to the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), the government of India needs to send a strong message to anyone who dares to cause harm to children, letting them know that they will face severe legal consequences regardless of their status.

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