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dsnowlion

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Re: It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders
« Reply #15 on: November 06, 2019, 06:10:11 AM »
All I can say is the CTA is stupid to go against China. Most of the countries in the world is having a bad time now, their economy is getting from bad to worse while the economy of China continues to boost. China does not want to invade another countries. In terms of land, they only want to get what belong to them. They invade others using economy.

Many African countries that have a strong foreign relationship with China develop faster than those that don't. China helps other countries not only financially but technologically as well. If the CTA wants the best for the Tibetans, they should start making friends with the Chinese.


Yup I totally agree with your statement Drolma... CTA is duh!

And again Lobsang Sangay proves he does not listen and does not know what to do without the Dalai Lama and hence, CTA will definitely dissolve once the Dalai Lama goes into clear light.

Delegates from various countries question the so-called exile Tibetan President on why would Beijing be interested in resuming talks and what political realities does the Tibetan set up see in their favour to hope for Beijing to come half the way and hold dialogue? The answer is obviously clear.... NOTHING especially since you CTA have been condemning and irking China. Why would China bother to have dialogue if they don't even give any consideration to Taiwan which can bring them more revenues? Who is CTA and what can they do for China? Sangay better wake up and smell reality!

So Sangay can only repeat his politically correct answer without any real substance and praises the Dalai Lama to save the day which China no longer seem to be interested.
 
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Delegates question validity of Sino-Tibet dialogue at TSG meet

DHARAMSHALA, Nov. 5: The Sino-Tibet dialogue which has been stalled since 2010 was one of the most discussed and debated issues at the 8th Tibet Support Group (TSG) Meet with many of the participants questioning the exile Tibetan leadership on why China will rekindle ties with Dharamshala and why the dialogue still remains a viable channel to resolve the Tibet issue.

The TSG meet concluded on Tuesday here with over 180 participants from 42 different countries pledging action plans, one of which was to “appeal the international community to prompt the Chinese government to enter into negotiations with Tibet”.

Veteran Indian journalist Vijay Kranti questioned why would Beijing be interested in resuming talks now that their grip on Tibet in terms of control mechanisms are well entrenched. A fellow delegate from South Africa asked what political realities does the Tibetan set up see in their favour to hope for Beijing to come half the way and hold dialogue.

A delegate from Mexico asked if there are any isolated sections within the leadership in China that is sympathetic enough to the Tibetan cause to jolt the deadlock between the two sides. Further stoking the discourse, a delegate from Hong Kong asked if Tibetan demand for autonomy is a safe bet having seen the model of ‘One country, two systems’ being disregarded blatantly by China in present day Hong Kong.

Another delegate also said that the “Tibetan side should give up any hopes that the Chinese government is negotiable” and that the Tibetan issue will not be solved as long as the Chinese communist party is in power.

The head of the Tibetan polity, however, reaffirmed that dialogue remains the only viable channel, as the Tibetan struggle is non-violent and that his side remains optimistic of Beijing rekindling contacts citing China’s quest to seek legitimacy and soft power in the global hierarchy.

Dr. Lobsang Sangay also said that the solving of the Tibetan issue is favourable to China now more than ever with a leader like the Dalai Lama who he called moderate, compassionate and reconciliatory.

Source: http://www.phayul.com/news/article.aspx?id=41905&article=Delegates+question+validity+of+Sino-Tibet+dialogue+at+TSG+meet

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Re: It’s Bad to Be Seen With Tibetan Leaders
« Reply #16 on: November 06, 2019, 09:36:17 AM »
All I can say is the CTA is stupid to go against China. Most of the countries in the world is having a bad time now, their economy is getting from bad to worse while the economy of China continues to boost. China does not want to invade another countries. In terms of land, they only want to get what belong to them. They invade others using economy.

Many African countries that have a strong foreign relationship with China develop faster than those that don't. China helps other countries not only financially but technologically as well. If the CTA wants the best for the Tibetans, they should start making friends with the Chinese.


Yup I totally agree with your statement Drolma... CTA is duh!

And again Lobsang Sangay proves he does not listen and does not know what to do without the Dalai Lama and hence, CTA will definitely dissolve once the Dalai Lama goes into clear light.

Delegates from various countries question the so-called exile Tibetan President on why would Beijing be interested in resuming talks and what political realities does the Tibetan set up see in their favour to hope for Beijing to come half the way and hold dialogue? The answer is obviously clear.... NOTHING especially since you CTA have been condemning and irking China. Why would China bother to have dialogue if they don't even give any consideration to Taiwan which can bring them more revenues? Who is CTA and what can they do for China? Sangay better wake up and smell reality!

So Sangay can only repeat his politically correct answer without any real substance and praises the Dalai Lama to save the day which China no longer seem to be interested.
 
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Delegates question validity of Sino-Tibet dialogue at TSG meet

DHARAMSHALA, Nov. 5: The Sino-Tibet dialogue which has been stalled since 2010 was one of the most discussed and debated issues at the 8th Tibet Support Group (TSG) Meet with many of the participants questioning the exile Tibetan leadership on why China will rekindle ties with Dharamshala and why the dialogue still remains a viable channel to resolve the Tibet issue.

The TSG meet concluded on Tuesday here with over 180 participants from 42 different countries pledging action plans, one of which was to “appeal the international community to prompt the Chinese government to enter into negotiations with Tibet”.

Veteran Indian journalist Vijay Kranti questioned why would Beijing be interested in resuming talks now that their grip on Tibet in terms of control mechanisms are well entrenched. A fellow delegate from South Africa asked what political realities does the Tibetan set up see in their favour to hope for Beijing to come half the way and hold dialogue.

A delegate from Mexico asked if there are any isolated sections within the leadership in China that is sympathetic enough to the Tibetan cause to jolt the deadlock between the two sides. Further stoking the discourse, a delegate from Hong Kong asked if Tibetan demand for autonomy is a safe bet having seen the model of ‘One country, two systems’ being disregarded blatantly by China in present day Hong Kong.

Another delegate also said that the “Tibetan side should give up any hopes that the Chinese government is negotiable” and that the Tibetan issue will not be solved as long as the Chinese communist party is in power.

The head of the Tibetan polity, however, reaffirmed that dialogue remains the only viable channel, as the Tibetan struggle is non-violent and that his side remains optimistic of Beijing rekindling contacts citing China’s quest to seek legitimacy and soft power in the global hierarchy.

Dr. Lobsang Sangay also said that the solving of the Tibetan issue is favourable to China now more than ever with a leader like the Dalai Lama who he called moderate, compassionate and reconciliatory.

Source: http://www.phayul.com/news/article.aspx?id=41905&article=Delegates+question+validity+of+Sino-Tibet+dialogue+at+TSG+meet



People with sense know that the CTA and the Tibetans in exile do not have anything to bargain with China, let alone a dialogue. They should really humble down and request China to kindly let them return to Tibet. But Lobsang Sangay still wants to act arrogant. He travels around the world to condemn China, trying to disturb China's social stability.

On one hand, the CTA keeps saying they want to have a dialogue with China but on the other, they are trying to undermine China. If the CTA continues to do that, what makes the CTA think China should talk to them? The CTA is not showing sincerity in wanting to reconcile with China.