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The second phase of the Central Tibetan Administration's public awareness campaign on the Middle-Way Approach of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, which will...
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Tenam108  

Location: Paris
Subject: Tragic destiny
Jul 27 2006 05:52 PM

It is indeed relly tragic that our leaders cannot see the real goal of chinese by luring them to false hope of negotiations.
Chinese mad dogs in Peking want the end of Tibet, the end of Tibetan Civilization, and are ready to do anything for that.
They are fully engaged in a fight to death--it is their terms--to crush and make disapear our People.

While they got everything they wanted to complete their answer to middleway; the railway, the get time that they need to finish the work of the Butcher of Tibet Mao the great pig.

Now they have started to relocate tens of thousands of nomads families in concrete house ; the end of a way of life, a typically tibetan way of life which they couldn't control well before, now they can.

With the train, they will finish Tibet, exploiting everything, from forests to minerals, including water; they will start puting Damshung lake water in water and sell it in international market.

Meanwhile TGIE is fully busy in making people think that middle way is THE way, no, no, and NO.

Middle way to gain independance YES ok, but middleway to get false autonomy and rapid death NO. thank you NO. We don't want to be chinese or part of that evil regime and land of devils.

BHOD GYALO !

Sutse  

Location: Australia
Subject: Stop Manipulation
Jul 27 2006 07:38 AM

For a long time I thought the Middle Way Approach is the only realistic option at least to sustaining the Tibet's unique race, culture and environment. But I was wrong because it is very clear that so called the Middle Way Approach is as unacceptabale to China as Bod Rangtsen. As a Tibetan the latter one is my ultimate aspiration, and however this does not and should not contradict my spiritual relationship with His Holiness The Dalai Lama. But, there are a mass of Tibetans who take every word of their lamas literally and hence I think it is extremely important that our Exiled Government do not manipulate Tibetans in their campaign. The campaign should be rather directed to the PRC because what Tibetans are dying to see is some proactive response from PRC. What our people really need to know is day to day situation within Tibet for Tibetans - health, education, employment, human rights, environment. The way it is going on in this respect at the moment is terrible which we all know absolutely deplorable and hence really need to address these issues locally & globally, and come up with some strategic plans. On a global level International Tibet Support Groups had been very effective in moving the PRC thinking in right direction but in recent years the TSG led campaigns and activist movement also seems to be dwindling. I don't entirely blame this to the Middle Way Campaign but it certainly had created enough confusion and distraction to the many of TSG members.

Bod gyal-lo
Sonsta  

Location: BhodJong
Subject: Brainwash?
Jul 27 2006 01:29 AM

Chinese are forcing Tibetans inside Tibet to accept Tibet was always a part of China. They will never succeed.

'Central Tibetan Administration' is visiting exile communities in the name of 'Awareness Campaign of Middle-Way'. Is this campaign to shove Middle-Way in people's throat or yet another appeasement policy?

It is high time TGIE stand up for the good of the future of our nation and change their stand to Independence.

Middle-Way hasn't accomplished anything in the last many years and will not... period.

It's still not too late to honor our patriots who sacrificed their life for Tibet's Independence by standing up for Independence.

The best interest of the majority (inside Tibet) of Tibetans will be served only when we regain Tibet's Independence.
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