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The Dharamshala based Tibetan People’s Movement for Middle Way in a release Tuesday came out in full support of the exile Tibetan family marching back to Tibet carrying a Chinese flag, calling their initiative “exemplary.” The release comes days after Tibetan Youth Congress objected the parading of Chinese flag...
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Sutse  

Location: Australia
Subject: Out of touch
May 12 2012 02:05 AM

The middle way movement's head is out of touch of what we tibetans are going through at this point of our history. If the PRC implement some proposals of the middle way especially respect to the human rights of Tibetans, I might seriously reconsider my position on future of Tibet, given the fact that china is a growing nation and already more Chinese are settled in Tibet. However, the brutality, repression, serious human right abuse is widespread in Tibet. Hence, if the red flag is flown today in TGIE dharsa I will disassociate myself from it as a Tibetan.
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: red flag
May 10 2012 10:51 AM

If China were had any intention of considering the Middle Way, wouldn't they have done it by now ? Instead we see an escalation of the brutality and a drive to extinguish all light in Tibet. Perhaps just to carry the Tibetan flag alone not involve any other country would have kept the politics out of an honorable act of this walk which I believe is in support of those who have burned. It is not honoring those who have died, for Tibetans to squabble.
tibet_1959  

Location: USA
Subject: Bad message
May 10 2012 04:05 AM

It's is very bad thing to parade a flag belonging to the Butchers of Beijing. it only emboldens these state sponsors of terrorism and will hurt the Tibetan people. The Tibetan flag can and must fly freely in Tibet.
purondorjee  

Location: USA
Subject: Full support
May 09 2012 11:15 PM

“Tibetan People’s Movement for Middle Way” nice come back to support the family marching to Tibet for the Tibetan cause. Lets be cool and think, TYC is a NGO, where as CTA is a government for the Tibetan. I think people should care more on CTA policy then a NGO’s principle. I with my friends have full support for this marching family, God bless them in their mission.
madras_dosa  

Location: Vishakapatnam
Subject: Parading China's flag
May 09 2012 06:59 PM

This is now a growing sign of worsening the structure of Tibetan freedom movement. The mistake of having no clear goal in approach to the Tibet's nationhood. We are just a handful of Exile population to represent Tibet's struggle without a clear stand. It is everyone's downfall and a tragedy for people back in Tibet. A play of tragedy which Chinese can do everything to catch up with. Feeling ourselves puddle in the hot sun! Where are we still heading for?
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