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tador_tador  

Location: Dehradun
Subject: Rhetoric
Jul 27 2011 03:01 PM

I am sick and tired of hearing these same old rhetorics from our leaders. “Things are changing in world and so is the case in China” , “Changes are likely to take place in the People’s Republic of China.” and “Things might change for Tibet in future when a new leadership comes up in China”… I heard this same line when Deng was being succeeded by Ziang and same line when Ziang was leaving – and same again when Hu is making way for Xi. It have become absolutely clear, our leaders do nothing but wait and wait.

I would agree with Thupten Samphel la instead on his argument “My idea is that Xi Jinping and his colleagues would consider the current hardline policy on Tibet as a safer bet.”

Dr. Sangay – you have been voted for your agenda of creating some concrete solutions for Tibet’s issue. I hope all of your promises during the campaign wont be of those soap bubbles sort.
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