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indigenous  

Location: uk
Subject: phayul headquarter staff!
Apr 20 2008 10:28 PM

i think phayul is substantially a biased media.. i noticed that it tends to cling more on the news that revokes independence, strong nationalism, anti-tibetan govt. in exile and anti-autonomy and anti-middle path and even anti-peace sometimes. I am saying this because some of the news medias are not enough professional, not-neutral and too biased which may not represent as the good quality in journalism. this is not a criticism to attack phayul for the sake of attacking, because i like phayul for its one of the source for updating news about tibet. but, i just felt like saying this as i believe that it's a constructive criticism which needs to be considered seriously. Otherwise, we would end up like the govt. of China that promotes one side of views and that's it. i am sure that u won't publish this comment and it doesn't matter as my objective is to reach u first to let u know that clear.
Patuk  

Location: oversea
Subject: Too much political concession discourage Tibetan
Apr 20 2008 08:10 AM

I was watching Canada's CBC news interview with His Holiness The Dalai Lama, and surprised me being too soft on China. The Red Chinese inhuman devil authorities always been targetted to assessinate him since 1959 because he is the last evidence of Free Tibet. Tibet experienced real starvation, inhuman torture, mistreatment, insult, death and hell on earth since the Chinese illegally occupied Tibet.
No matter, how much His Holiness shows deep understanding of Chinese desire to host Olympic, and does not use his international influence to boycott it or dismantle Red Chinese effort. The China would still accuse him of massive uprising in Tibet. The 17th Point agreement was officially repudiated by His Holiness in 1959 as a legitimate head of Tibet. However, today your Holiness is trying to revive it, and I am deeply discouraged to carry on our struggle.

Your Holiness, we deeply respect you and also trust you as our saviour from the cyclic existence. Yet, when you make unnecessay political concession to China by re-adopting 17th points agreement, it actually destroys the future of Tibet politically, culturally, spiritually and geographically once for all. Your Middle Path proposal is enough political concession for China. The 17th points agreement is illegal act. as similar as The Shimla agreement of Triparties. Tibet should remain under China or be independent, solely depends how China treats Tibetan and displays trustworthy.

When you were asked, Your Holiness tell me, your perspective whether Tibet is a region, province or country? Your Holiness, did not give any clear indication of Tibet being a country that was governed by you before Chinese regime illegally occupied it. That made me very sad, I don't understand why you were scare to speak the truth that Tibet was a country but future depends on China's response to negotiation.

Please forgive me.
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