Not worth the paper it's printed on
Tomek Lehnert bravely stands shoulder to shoulder with the idealists of the world who demand the truth at all costs. It was never a doubt that this book would ruffle feathers. The Ostrich-like mind of many western spoon-fed spiritual seekers would rather see every Tibetan in a robe as a holy being, than to risk their own sense of security, and discover the truth. This book shows the greatest form of solidarity possible, and is only written for the noble-hearted few who would be brave enough to criticize even their own spiritual teachers. The book states that a Karmapa must prove himself by his own words, and actions. What could be more democratic than that? Thanks in part to Lehnert's work, Buddhism has been thrust out of medieval ages and put to the test by scientists, and not only desperate believers.