Re: A question for PRC followers
- From: "Nickel" <nickel_deja@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 13:31:58 +0800
I think most Tibetan will not choose Dalai, more than 80% Tibetans were
slaves under the old system, Tibetans today may make use of Dalai to fight
for more benefits from government and respect from the Hans (may be Hans
shall talk less about slavery and subsidiaries), but talking about return to
the slavery system? No way! Tibetan culture is very popular in China (may be
too popular), so currently there is no danger of extinction of Tibetan
Ironically, Communism, or more accurately Maoism actually fit Tibetan
culture (Tibetan culture not slavery), that's why Dalai once considered
joining the Communist Party but his men could not live without the slavery
system. It is Capitalism coming from the west destroying the serenity of
Tibet and Tibetans, crimes rise as more people concentrate on earning more
Not all Tibetans believe in Buddhism, and there are many branches of
Buddhism in Tibet and Dalai is just one of them, Dalai is not the Pope of
Buddhism, the pervious Dalai has murdered the leader of another school
called Panchan Lama with poison and there were bloody wars within Tibet in
the past, Tibet has been part of China long before the USA was established
and Lamaism was the state religion of Qing dynasty.
After the Qing dynasty fell about 100 years ago, many provinces declared
independence so as Tibet, the whole China was ruled by warlords for many
years and millions of people died in foreign invasions, civil wars, plagues
and starvations, most Chinese will not want to return to that period. Many
of the provinces were reunited by one of the warlord called Jiang Jie Shi
but Tibet still kept independence because of its loyalty to the Qing
Dynasty. Eventually Mao defeated Jiang Jie Shi and reunited most of the
lands of China included Tibet.
Who do you think Native Americans would choose for their government if the
present USA was an international entirely de-militarized
zone and no Europeans and Africans who are blood-unrelated to Native
American families were enfranchised to election?
Why shall Hans be excluded? Is it democratic to do so?
Luckily China has not followed the way how Inca and Aztec fell. Were they
defeated by the "Divide and Conquer" strategy or just by plagues? I think no
leader can stand losing one quarter of Chinese land as declared by Dalai.
Tibetans have the right to live a modern life, also live with respect and
freedom from slavery.
About Buddhism :
Massacres of Chinese by foreigners:
Chinese Civil War:
"Jakub A. Krzewicki" <ebredel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Please make a little thought experiment.
Who do you think Tibetans would choose for their government if the present
autonomic province of Tibet was an international entirely de-militarized
zone and no Han who are blood-unrelated to Tibetan families were
enfranchised to election?
tois egregorosin hena kai koinon kosmon einai
ton de koimomenon hekaston eis idion apostrephesthai
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