The Buddhization of America
Informed Christian Digest
13 January 2004
While most Americans are focusing on terrorism and taxes and the war in Iraq, a very slick and subtle campaign is being pursued by certain Tibetan Buddhists to lay a spiritual foundation throughout America. This Buddhist Jihad (or "holy war") is in a sense the efforts of the followers of the current Dalai Lama to use a form of Eastern sorcery in an effort to possess and control the spiritual environment over our cities, states, waters, etc.
This is being done to gain control of our Nation's spiritual destiny and to advance the agenda of "the Buddhization of America" over the next generation. And much of their activity is done at Taxpayer expense in the guise of creating "art" (demonically inspired "sand mandalas"). Interestingly enough, these mandala exhibits often precede major territorial disasters, despite the so-called "blessings" they supposedly bring (eg: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, etc.). Does anyone wonder why?
Jesus taught us, His Church, to "first, bind the strong man" as we seek to influence our Nation's spiritual environment (Matt. 12:29). But, it looks like these Buddhists are actually doing what Jesus told US (the Church) to do -- only in reverse! I wonder if the Church will get a clue?
"In recent years, Asian immigration to North America has risen dramatically, and with these people has come their Buddhist faith. At the same time, many non-Asian North Americans have adopted Buddhism as their religion. In order to present the gospel effectively to both of these groups it is clear that Christians need to have a fundamental understanding of Buddhism." --J. Isamu Yamamoto, Christian Research Journal
"The Hollywood actor Richard Gere was also convinced that the transformation of the world into a Buddhocracy would occur suddenly, like an atomic explosion, and that the 'critical mass' would soon be reached" --Herald Tribune, 20 March 1997
"In the last decade Buddhism has grown by 170% compared to Christianity's
5%." --James Stephens (former Buddhist monk), Director, Sonrise Center
for Buddhist Studies