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Readers' Comments on "BLACK ANNALS: Goldstein & The Negation Of Tibetan History (Part I)"
When Oscar Wilde declared that "the one duty we owe to history is to rewrite it", he was probably attempting to provoke — épater les bourgeois, as the French might say...
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Location: Paris
Subject: opportunist Chalom Goldstein
Jul 24 2008 12:13 AM

I agree what Jamnor la trying to make us understand in the meaning of Tibet through his knowledge of two cultures. As Gendhun Choephel mentioned in his book in the beginning of 20th century "Be on the watch out of yellow hairy monkey origin". A scholar like Goldstein is opportunist he will be until the end of his life. Who grab all those rupees in the name of Tibet, which is any value compare to dollar when US sold the arms to India at the time of Nehru & he collects orally through the Chinese collaborator Tibetans, Monks, Lamas & Aristocrats, even his ex-wife is from Aristocrat family. He can say what ever he likes in his book since there is no one in the Anglo-Saxons, Greco-Romans & Judo-Christian who really knows about our history & culture. Not even in the 1st part of our history & the second until the yellow skin illegally swallowed our Nation for their debt to the Joseph Stalin. How can we explain to understand to our Buddhist scholars even foreign scholars profiting of income? As we say: Did you go to Lhasa? No, I didn't. Then I can say what ever I want. They still think Tibet as Shangri-La but they forgot the Arab invasion in the Kingdom of Shangri-La. Jamyang la is facing & positioning his responsibility as a Tibetan by his volunteer against these Chinese collaborators & cunning scholars. I think these kinds of people who cease of speaking in the aim of future Tibet instead of Buddha should offer him a bureau to face against these running dogs from our exile Government. Again this will be late as we faced after the death of His Holiness 13th the Great. If not it is possible to mobilize those who believe in future Tibet. I recently disappoint by some Buddhist centers ordered to their disciples not to participate in the manifestations against the Chinese recent crack down in Tibet. I'm for one Tibet: bodrigs59@yahoo.fr

Location: Paris
Subject: Great Tibetan History
Jul 23 2008 06:13 PM

Thanks to JamyangLa for this masterpiece, it is alwyas great to read him.

What I particularly like with him is the his real and pervading concern to give back to Tibetans, through Tibet's History, their honnor and dignity, so often tibetan history has been put lower then earth, or biased and lokked down.

Tibet is like every other Nation, it deserves respect and consideration, too often pseudo specialist on Tibet have rendered a verty bad service to Tibetan Nation 's HGistory, and Jamyang NorbuLa is always making a point to write the things from tibetan perspective, and not biased or perveted chinese, or sometimes western, side.

Thanks and Congratulations.
Keep on writting about our Great Nation, JamyangLa.
Those who doesn't care about past are doomed to repeat the same mistakes..


Location: new york
Subject: tashi delek
Jul 22 2008 08:20 PM

First of all i would like to convey a very heart felt thank to Pro.Jamyang Norbula, who has always been a role model and a resource person for many young Tibetans.
I have a suggestion if Jamyangla happens to read this, independent privately started journals like epochtimes (www.epochtimes.com) has very large scale readers and i think artcles like this if published in such media will be of great benefit.

thank you again

Location: Toronto
Subject: Thank you
Jul 22 2008 10:10 AM

Thanks, Jamyang la, it is yet again another educative and thoughtful historical narration and interpretation.

Location: USA
Subject: western scholarship
Jul 22 2008 02:57 AM

Mel Goldstein's leninist agenda 'scholarly' lens being turned on Tibet reflects a weak link in the great tradition of Western scholarship. The tradition forces scholars to take a micro view of a topic in their field and remain wedded to their original thesis as they gain seniority at their institutions. Therefore you have someone like Goldstein who writes on recent Tibetan history but has very little knowledge about Tibetan Chinese history, Buddhism, ancient Tibetan history, and so on and so forth. It would be like writing about 20th century space exploration from a fiscally conservative view, but with little scientific knowledge about the Universe. Mr. Goldstein can probably rationalise why the Jewish bankers and business people of Germany in the 1930s, were ripe for their own demise from a leninist view.
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