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Seven questions for Dalai Lama
2012-03-22 16:00:00
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From: China Tibet Online

Q4: Why did you build up a “Berlin Wall” of national antagonism?

"Since the Berlin Wall collapsed, the world has witnessed that despotism has no future…the world belongs to humanity, and every country belongs to its people, not a political party, nor a king or spiritual leaders", said the Dalai Lama in an interview with the Voice of America (VOA) in July 2011, acting as if he is the "protector" of t he world.

However, the author once noticed that the Dalai Lama stated in the "Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People" (delivered in November 2008) that "it would be vital that" the so-called future "autonomous organs of self-government have the authority to regulate the residence, settlement and employment or economic activities of persons who wish to move to Tibetan areas from other parts of the PRC". This remark is a public declaration to expel non-Tibetan residents out of Tibet.

At the same time, the Dalai Lama and his followers advocated the "promotion of harmonious relationships between the Tibetan and Han people" with their tongues in cheeks, colluding with some shameless scholars to organize "Friendship Association between the Tibetan and Han people". Through the contrast, it is evident that the Dalai Lama is a tricky liar skilled in double-dealing. His real intention of stirring up national hatred is obvious. 

To be specific, the Dalai Lama was preying for support and sympathy with so-called slogan of "autonomy", so that the feudal serfdom can be restored one day; and in the name of "protecting ethnic characteristics", he was actually building up a "Berlin Wall" of ethnic segregation and confrontation.

The remarks of the Dalai Lama remind us of the uncontrolled and cruel Nazi during the Second World War.

Behind the Dalai Lama's concepts of "Middle Way Approach" and "high-level autonomy" is actually the idea of ethnic separation.

How similar it is to the Holocaust committed by Hitler on the Jewish!

Q5: Who do you speak for?

On February 10, 2010, the Dalai Lama asserted that he had responsibilities to speak for 6 million Tibetans during his trip of U.S.

He always plays tricks under the cover of doing good for Tibetans. It is doubtable that the Dalai Lama would speak on the behalf Tibetans as he is sponsored by the US and his relatives work for Central Intelligence Agency.

Let us find out who does the Dalai Lama actually speaks for.

The Dalai Lama claimed himself "son of India" on November 22nd, 2009. To be filial to his "father", Dalai frequently exclaimed that the Lhoka Prefecture in Tibet belongs to India. He even said that India was better qualified for claiming Tibet's sovereignty.

The Dalai Lama is the largest serf-owner in the old Tibet. He enjoyed the obedience of officials and owned all land, livestock and serfs.

The secular Geluns who followed him fleeing to India are no exception from oppressors. Top leaders of the Dalai Clique are merely ordinary Tibetans.

As for lives of the Tibetan communities in exile, they live in poverty and misery which can not be compared with their counterparts in China. It is doubted whether the Dalai Lama could repay them.

The Dalai Lama is labeled as "American follower", "Son of India" and the formerly "serf-owner". He speaks for his overseas boss and the feudal serf system. Democracy and election, out of his feudal realm before, became his "slogan" now. What a fickle man.

There is no possibility that the Dalai Lama can serve as a qualified leader for his followers. Unless he had rewritten his gene mapping as a serf-owner and traitor, could he be the spokesman of the Tibetans, which we all know is impossible.  


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