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In his speech at the 60th anniversary of Tibet’s ‘liberation’, Xi Jinping said, “We should fight against separatist activities by the Dalai group, rely on cadres and people of all ethnic groups...
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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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