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Readers' Comments on "The Politics of the Dalai Lama’s New Initiative for Autonomy"
In recent years, the Dalai Lama has pursued a dialogic approach to the Tibet Question. He has significantly modified his views of autonomy and made a number of fundamental concessions. His present position...
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Location: USA
Subject: Strike at the root
Dec 06 2005 09:39 AM

China's growth has been fueled by its dependence on slave or near slave labor. Words are powerful when they are the cause of effective action.
SO.. STOP BUYING CHINESE GOODS... which essentially means you'll have to become unattached to Wal Mart. Let those businesses know that you are no longer buying goods supplied by slave labor.
Carl Marx was right, when you are in the relative, material world economics rule. China will only listen to economic threats, the root of their growth.
Only those striving for the absolute or spirtual reality understand compassion and this certainly is not the Chinese govt.

Location: Tibet
Subject: All are stupid
Dec 06 2005 12:38 AM

I don't understand?? Either I am stupid or his holiess.
China fought a brutal war with american in korea penisular in 50s. It lost half million soldiers in order to secure its border or influence.
Now, his holiess, with no bagain chip in hands but some empty words, tries to snatch 1/4 of Chinese territory.
you see.


Location: US
Subject: Osama
Nov 16 2005 04:30 AM

There will be no homegrown Osama in Tibet.

Tibetans are peace-loving people and will not resort to terrorism.

And unlike Osama and his henchmen who slaughter Moslems and non-Moslems alike, Tibetans in China will not hurt their Buddhist Han brothers since they don't harbor any hatred towards the latter.

Location: tibet
Subject: don't be stupid
Nov 16 2005 02:56 AM

hahah tibosama, r u gonna grow a bearded too? What has Osama done? nothing, he didn't bring freedom to any country. Instead his life is now on perpetual fear of getting caught.sooner or later someone is going to find him like they did saddam.

Location: USA
Subject: Osama
Nov 15 2005 10:55 PM

It is not far that china will see next OSama from Tibet.. I swear by the devils name that I will do anything... Life is nothing... you die sooner or later.. but i want the future for my country.. I am waiting for the day after His Holiness... We will meet at THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY

Location: US
Subject: The 13th Dalai Lama
Nov 15 2005 02:01 AM

The 13th Dalai Lama was the harbinger of the current debacle that you guys suffer.

Here is what he had wronged:

(1) Use of Violence instead of Peace:

When the new ROC government was established in 1912, he did not appeal via peaceful means to negotiate with the new Republican government to seek a divorce, i.e. the kind of breakup like Czechoslovakia, but resorted to violence by attacking Chinese troops and civilians in Tibet.

(2) Failure to secure a peace treaty with China to gain the latter's recognition:

Unlike newborn US which signed the treaty of Paris in 1783 with Britain that formally recognized the independence of the 13 States, the 13th Dalai Lama failed to secure such treaty with China to transform his rebel(in Chinese eyes) into an independence movement.

(3) Failure to gain international recognition:

Since the 13th Dalai Lama failed to gain China's recognition, all other countries which had dilpomatic relationship with China, could not recognize Tibet as indopendent country between 1913-50.

Due to its failing to gain the status of an independent sovereign country, the international community would not come to Tibet's request for help in 1950.

If the 13th Dalai Lama had appealed to peaceful means with liberal Republican leaders like Sun Yat Sen for divorce with China in 1910s, history might have been rewritten.
Tibetan who believe in strongly independent for Ti  

Location: USA
Subject: Tibet must free or not at all.
Nov 14 2005 03:11 AM

As strong believer of Tibetan independent and basic rights of Tibetan. I believe that Tibetan will be free. If China continue to oppress my people as in the past 45 Yr plus, we will wait generations to come until when the china falls or until it change its position. We are waiting and it will be worth waiting. right now Dalai lama does not advocate outright independent for Tibet because he lack political skill. ( do not get me wrong he is a monk, a good monk but not a politician.) Like 13 Dalai lama who was known as great the 13th advocated, won the hearts Tibetan and even he passed half a centuary he is still considered the great as far as his vision, political achievements, kicked out all the chinese. He is great Budhist scholar. Great support of total independent, who encourages, support, act and lead the people. So in future when the 15th Dalai Lama come in the sceen I and millions of my fellow Tibetan wish to struggle and lead for total independent for Tibet. We have to wait and if china does not give Tibetan their birth right independent it will only cause them headache and troulbe for the calm water of chinese civilisation.

Borang zen

Location: Erevan
Subject: To believe all?
Nov 09 2005 09:37 PM

There are so many facts with opinions. As usual, with one's job as a journalist, one has to convience readers that all they see is correct. Political situation of Tibet has become more unpredictable than ever. Where are we heading to? Bigger question than ever. His Holiness as a living God, still believes in good of both Tibet as well as China, but will ever China agree on this fact? The policy of His Holiness as politics and as his beliefs and ideology still hasn't changed. It is still rooted deep down into Nagarjuna's buddhist ideology. It's China that is changing it's position towards Tibet as ever. Therefore H.H. is still basing on basic ideology, still is looking for the best for both the sides. Will this thing ever be appreciated by Chinese and journalist? I know not for sure but realisation will soon revealed when Tibet issue will take another turn after Him.

Location: US
Subject: Ethnic Unrest
Nov 09 2005 12:43 AM

Will ethnic unrest happen in Tibet as freelance and dd predicted?

I seriously doubt it.

Tibet is not Gujarat, West Bank, Cincinatti or Paris. In fact ethnic unrest has never happened in Tibet since 1950.

In 1920s to 1930s, there have been large scale conflicts between the Hui (Han Muslim) and Tibetans in Amdo/Qinghai area.

But the Han immigrants in Tibet nowadays are not Moslems. Most likely they are also Buddhist believers as the Tibetans are.

There will be no ethnic unrest. Nobody, neither Han nor Tibetan, will suffer from this "imaginable" ethnic tension.

Location: us
Subject: who will suffer more?
Nov 07 2005 05:07 PM

freelance, you have missed a point, yes you are right to say clashes will occur and 2nd generation of chinese will suffer, but do you really think tibetans won't suffer the most?

that is why time for action is crucial, if we dillydally with this middle path direction, we will become like the natives of manchu or north americans, insignificant minorities
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