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Stepping Up: Dharamsala Meeting of Tibet Support Groups

Stepping Up: Dharamsala Meeting of Tibet Support Groupsi
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21.11.2012
Kunleng discusses the recently concluded meeting aimed at strengthening international support on the dire situation in Tibet today. Guests : Tsering Jampa, ICT Europe, Tenzin Dorjee, SFT, and an interview with Kalon Dicki Choeyang, Minister of DIIR, Central Tibetan Administration.
Kunleng discusses the recently concluded meeting aimed at strengthening international support on the dire situation in Tibet today. Guests : Tsering Jampa, ICT Europe, Tenzin Dorjee, SFT, and an interview with Kalon Dicki Choeyang, Minister of DIIR, Central Tibetan Administration.

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by: Rang from: Bangkok
26.11.2012 18:57
Recently in Dharamsala India, heald a International Support for Tibetan cause. Time and time again His Holiness has kept pushing for Tibetan a full Autonomy to stay under Communist rules which native Tibetan people opposed.
"All these meetings of so-called ‘support’ groups are a waste of time, money and energy. What is the 60-year struggle for now? Is their ‘struggle’ today the same as the original struggle of the Tibetan people 60 years ago? What is the difference between ‘autonomy’ and freedom, ‘independence’? Real autonomy means you rule yourself 100 per cent without outside interference. It seems to be a word game, a word game invented by the weak, a word game that confuses logical, sensible people. How do Lobsang Sangay and others think and hope ‘their supporters will stand up for them’, when they don’t even want Tibetans to stand up for themselves?
Since when did you begin feeling Chinese? What about the rest of the ‘Tibetans’ at the meeting?"

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