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In a strange turn of events which have raised serious concerns over the well being of Golog Jigme Gyatso, a Tibetan filmmaker, Chinese authorities in eastern Tibet have framed murder charges against the missing Tibetan monk....
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Tseta  

Location: Toronto
Subject: How brave and civilized?
Dec 01 2012 08:02 PM

Breantawerner, I agree with your thoughts and concerns on the Chinese rule of repression, lies and injustice in Tibet. While Tibetans on other side practiced love, compassion and tolerance, which indeed is the hardest and bravest thing to practice in reality.

As we know that PLA started invading Tibet in 1949 and in March 1959 they finally got hold of Lhasa, Tibet's capital. It took more than 9 years for the well armed hundreds of thousands of PLA fighting just with a small resistance of warlords in Kham and Amdo, Tibetans fought voluntarily in small groups and were not organized, poorly armed and out numbered but they gave PLA a very hard time and the Chinese are very scared of brave and hardy Tibetans.

Luckily for the Chinese regime, we Tibetans are purely following the non-violent path by leaded and guided by our most compassionate leader HHDL, otherwise, as in Afghans in Afghanistan, Tibetans in Tibet can also fight back and cause lots of trouble and bloodshed if supplied with good arms, it is because Tibetans are brave and well adapted on the high altitudes. Chinese are lucky that there isn't any such armed groups and human bombs in Tibet. Moreover, if we go back into the past history, Tibetan masters have saved the life of Han Chinese through the hands of Mongol ruler Kublai Khan. Once H.H. the Drogon Choegyal Phakspa was asked by Kublai Khan what most precious gift you want from me, in return His Holiness asked Kublai Khan to stop the massacre of Han Chinese in China, and he said this would be the most precious gift I could accept, since than Kublai Khan stopped the massacre of Han Chinese. So the priest and patron relation with Chinese emperors started, Chinese at that time feels the gratefulness of Tibetans, mainly because of their life saved by the grace of precious Buddha Dharma based on the wisdom of unconditional loving kindness and compassion. However, after the rise of Mao's Communist regime everything changed in China and Tibet as well. At present these shameless bloody regime is creating hell on earth in Tibet and Tibetans in Tibet are leaving fears behind but world are large seems leaving humanity behind, I feel bad and sad upon realizing these hypocrisy of so called civilized world! In reality just civilized on material well being but not on the true inner value of humanity at large! Isn't that sad and disgusting?
brentawerner  

Location: ari
Subject: manhood and murder
Nov 30 2012 07:44 PM

Sometimes, I hate being a man. I am really, truly nonviolent. I get a kick out of saving the lives of insects in our home and releasing them into the backyard. So, the knowledge that I am duty-bound to end the life of any soldier raping nuns and toturing lamas weighs on me. Fortunately, I am not in Tibet and that kind of thing is incredibly rare (only a fool would say nonexistent) in America. Unfortunately, there are no men left in Tibet who seem to believe in handling business. The filmmaker obviously didn't kill anyone. A better question is: "Who will handle the executions that are required, but that the Chinese governmnet prevents as it protects the sadistic rapists?" The rape and torture of Tibetan PEOPLE is unacceptable and wherein a government fails to provide for justice, the citizens must. I know what I would do, much as I would hate it, to someone participating in the rape and torture of my people. It's psychologically hard, but physically, quite easy.
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