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Chai Nat monk defrocked over alleged sexual encounter on temple grounds

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wow these monks need some sort of sexual release

2 days ago i read on tv that a monk was caught stealing ladies panties of washing lines to sniff.

 

sure its nothing compared to our priests here in western world, vatican and all of the catholic church is ripe with peadophiles !!

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1 hour ago, fantom said:

Last time the army was sent into a temple to do harm to a priest was in 1170 in the UK

 

"What miserable drones and traitors have I nourished and brought up in my household, who let their lord be treated with such shameful contempt by a low-born cleric?"

 

It did not come out well.

Lol.... I’m pretty sure your closing your mind to a large portion of history.

 

“kill them all, god will know his own” allegedly ordered before the sack of Béziers, springs to mind.... not to mention the reformation of the church in England under Henry 8th

 

and... etc etc etc.... But... nice one

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So... with the beach positioning of a nice decorative Buddha bust being decried with demands that foreigners be taught more about Buddhist culture... whilst trying ( unsuccessfully unfortunately) not to laugh, I wonder if it’s not more appropriate to educate locals on Buddhism.

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4 hours ago, fantom said:

Call me a naive and simple fool, but soldiers and local authority 'swooped' on a temple???

Why army for gods sake? Let alone local authorities (whoever they are).  He has been defrocked but the burden of proof is, to put it kindly, wanting.

Why? Because the police don't do their job. The army has done it for them countless times since the military took over running the country. Probably the only positive from the coup.

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And why  is it a police matter let alone an army one?

I can understand why the temple authorities may have a fit of the vapors, but the army / police?

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