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Ringo Starr

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It's good to see Tibetans protesting against segregation.
« on: June 17, 2017, 07:24:53 AM »
A group of 6 Tibetans (I'd like  to call them the Magnificent Six!) have staged a protest at the UC San Diego venue of HH Dalai Lama's public address today, calling an end to segregation.

I like to see this because it is the truth, it is carried out by the peoples who have lost the most in the unlawful ban carried out by the Tibetan leadership which shows a lot of legitimacy I believe, and most of all because it will create the cause for more and larger protests in the future by Tibetans themselves who are the only ones who can make a change of leadership in the CTA.

https://twitter.com/10NewsMatt/status/875760935868153857

Ringo Starr

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Re: It's good to see Tibetans protesting against segregation.
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2017, 07:32:31 AM »
Here is a screen grab from the above video posted by Matt Boone from 10 News

grandmapele

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Re: It's good to see Tibetans protesting against segregation.
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2017, 05:08:23 PM »
The new Tibetans who knows what it means to have real democracy requesting for an end to segregation. Time for them to move out of subservience and to owning their lives in the modern world. They too have their rights to live a life as they wish with freedom and equality. Kudos to a brave bunch to stand up for their rights.

Belinda Mae

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« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2017, 02:37:56 PM »
Yay! This is some good news to the Dorje Shugden practitioners. These seven anti-Dalai Lama protestors have gotten the attention from the public. More and more people will know about what is happening and they will eventually want to find out what had happen. Let's pray that the Dorje Shugden ban will be lifted very soon :)

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« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2017, 04:07:50 PM »
It's good to see that Tibetan themselves aware of what the Tibetan Leadership is doing. Is not to say that I encourage Tibetan to protest against their leadership, but standing at the side of democracy, when voices are not heard by the leadership, protest, demonstration, is to show what people think, and is a way to acknowledge the leadership of what they think. It's time for Tibetan leadership/CTA check again what they have done, and to check what they have done is right or wrong. Is time to unveil what Tibetan leadership/CTA had done all the while. It's time for Lobsang Sangay to wake up from his dream and face the truth. May the ban on Dorje Shugden be lifted very very soon.

Brian Little

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« Reply #5 on: June 19, 2017, 04:25:54 PM »
This is one proof that Tibetans are losing patience on CTA, the Tibetan Leadership. Tibetans out of Tibetan Exile Community will usually have the freedom to do protest compared to those in India living in the settlement under the leadership of CTA but now we are even seeing Tibetans protesting against HHDL which is almost unheard of. This shows they are really disgruntled and the way religious freedom is really non existent under CTA. They must have kept it with them for too long and wanted to venge their unorthodox action of demonstrating against the Dalai Lama.

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Re: It's good to see Tibetans protesting against segregation.
« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2017, 05:15:08 PM »
It is a good start.  It is time for Tibetan  to unite themselves  in regardless of religion. It is time to focus  to bring benefits to Tibetan in Exile. The government should  promote religious harmony and greater understanding between the  religious traditions and the different Buddhist schools. However the ban of Dorje Shugden practise not only against this policy but has segregated the Buddhist into 2 groups -Dorje Shugden practitioner and non Dorje-Shugden practitioner. This doesn’t bring any benefit to the peoples but actually bring hatred  and  disharmony  between the 2 groups. Hope more and more Tibetan Youth will taking charge and use the power of democracy to build a better tomorrow of Tibet.

christine V

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« Reply #7 on: June 21, 2017, 12:08:30 PM »
For long enough i thought that Tibetans are afraid to oppose to Dalai Lama, to them Dalai Lama is everything.
Thus, on many videos of protest, i can only see blue eyes gold hair non-Tibetan people who are truly concerned about Tibet's issue to protest against Dalai Lama. And, CTA have once said, this protest have no concerned of any westerner because it is Tibetans issue. By his 6 to 7 peoples whom dare to sound their concern on the discrimination they face most; well people might said probably they are in other country, thus they dare to protest against Dalai Lama.  The question is how many Tibetan like them whom have migrated to other country are still concern on the issue of discrimination? How many Tibetans have been running away from reality that they have lost their home land, Tibet is now under China, Tibetans in India is still remain as refugees after 50 years! And, CTA is creating refugees within refugees for whom do not obey them.

Tibetans should unite more to fight for their rights as a human beings. To rely on fantasy that created by CTA and imposed on Dalai Lama's power no longer effective to bring Tibetans a home.

Hope more Tibetans realised their situation and act on something before too late.


grandmapele

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Re: It's good to see Tibetans protesting against segregation.
« Reply #8 on: June 21, 2017, 02:29:50 PM »
The Tibetans are growing up and learning real democracy. The Dalai Lama created a common enemy in China but they still couldn't agree which way to go forward. This means that the Tibetans themselves cannot agree on independence or middle way.

But, common enemy without a focus, without unity and harmony will bring nothing positive or beneficial. It serves to divide more.  The CTA has to really decide for the whole of Tibet not just for themselves.