The Dalai Lama says Africans should be kept out of Europe, and Europe should be kept for Europeans. He says if his successor is a Woman she shouldn’t be ugly, saying no one would want to look at that face.
BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan held an interview with the Dalai Lama, where she says he was brutally honest about some topics.
The Dalai Lama started out by saying that Trump lacks moral compass.
He told BBC:
“One day [Trump] says something, another day he says something, but I think (there’s a) lack of moral principle,”
The topic of immigration came up, and the Dalai Lama was asked about the rise of the African and Muslim population in Europe.
He told BBC that Europeans can take migrants in a educate them, but the Migrants should ultimately go back to their own country, and Europe should be kept for Europeans only, with only a “limited number” of non-European people allowed to stay in the country.
“The whole Europe (will) eventually become Muslim country? Impossible. Or African country? Also impossible… keep Europe for Europeans.”
The topic of his successor came up, and he told BBC that his successor must be attractive, or people won’t want to look at her face:
This was perhaps the most surprising moment in the interview. I asked the Dalai Lama if he stood by his earlier comment that if his successor was female, she should be attractive.
— Rajini Vaidyanathan (@BBCRajiniV) June 27, 2019