Author Topic: Dalai Lama only travel to rich countries and cancels visits to poor countries?  (Read 2353 times)

pemachen

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Japan is one of the CTA  and Dalai Lama resources for a huge chunk of money. While in Japan, he entertained questions he has been answering again and again. It is also amazing how the Dalai Lama can repeat the same old statement and people still find it amusing to make news out of it. "On the issue of the relations between Tibet and China, the Dalai Lama told NHK that China’s effort to suppress Tibet has apparently failed after 70 years. However, he emphasized that even though he will not seek the independence of Tibet, he hopes China will take a practical attitude toward Tibet and improve the bilateral relations through dialogues, according to reports." https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3574642

Well, now Lobsang Sangay has picked up the same habit. Canada has just announced aids for Tibetans, after Lobsang Sangay visited Canada twice in less than half a year to beg for money. Why don't they ever do a "Thank You Nepal" for Nepal has done so much for Tibetans? Clear sign it's all about the money.

Canadian Government announces 5.4 million in funding for Tibetan Education

Toronto: The government of Canada yesterday announced a $5.4million ($5,408,824) in funding for education of Tibetan youth in India and Nepal. The official announcement was done by MP Arif Virani on behalf of the government of Canada in the presence of Dr. Lobsang Sangay, President of the Central Tibetan Administration, Mr. Ngodup Tsering, representative of His Holiness for North America and members of the Tibetan community at the Parkdale Centre for Innovation. Mr. Virani is the MP for Parkdale-High Park and also the chair for Parliamentary Friends of Tibet (PFT) Canada friendship group.  Parkdale is home to the largest concentration of Tibetan refugees and immigrants outside of India, and this is Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay’s first official visit to Parkdale.

https://tibet.net/2018/11/canadian-government-announces-5-4-million-in-funding-for-tibetan-education/

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Japan is one of the CTA  and Dalai Lama resources for a huge chunk of money. While in Japan, he entertained questions he has been answering again and again. It is also amazing how the Dalai Lama can repeat the same old statement and people still find it amusing to make news out of it. "On the issue of the relations between Tibet and China, the Dalai Lama told NHK that China’s effort to suppress Tibet has apparently failed after 70 years. However, he emphasized that even though he will not seek the independence of Tibet, he hopes China will take a practical attitude toward Tibet and improve the bilateral relations through dialogues, according to reports." https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3574642


Well, now Lobsang Sangay has picked up the same habit. Canada has just announced aids for Tibetans, after Lobsang Sangay visited Canada twice in less than half a year to beg for money. Why don't they ever do a "Thank You Nepal" for Nepal has done so much for Tibetans? Clear sign it's all about the money.

Canadian Government announces 5.4 million in funding for Tibetan Education

Toronto: The government of Canada yesterday announced a $5.4million ($5,408,824) in funding for education of Tibetan youth in India and Nepal. The official announcement was done by MP Arif Virani on behalf of the government of Canada in the presence of Dr. Lobsang Sangay, President of the Central Tibetan Administration, Mr. Ngodup Tsering, representative of His Holiness for North America and members of the Tibetan community at the Parkdale Centre for Innovation. Mr. Virani is the MP for Parkdale-High Park and also the chair for Parliamentary Friends of Tibet (PFT) Canada friendship group.  Parkdale is home to the largest concentration of Tibetan refugees and immigrants outside of India, and this is Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay’s first official visit to Parkdale.

https://tibet.net/2018/11/canadian-government-announces-5-4-million-in-funding-for-tibetan-education/

Wow! Lobsang Sangay scored 5.4 million from Canada huh! Luckily this fund won't be managed by CTA or it will never be used for what it was meant for, the education of Tibetans. I find it so ridiculous that a government needed to be governed by another due to their bad track record of misappropriating funds into other uses (personal luxury living and retirement funds). Hopefully, this funds will really benefit the children to have a better future than the ones managed by CTA.

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Wow! Lobsang Sangay scored 5.4 million from Canada huh! Luckily this fund won't be managed by CTA or it will never be used for what it was meant for, the education of Tibetans. I find it so ridiculous that a government needed to be governed by another due to their bad track record of misappropriating funds into other uses (personal luxury living and retirement funds). Hopefully, this funds will really benefit the children to have a better future than the ones managed by CTA.

This is the objective of CTA, continue to get free money from their sponsors and not doing anything beneficial for the Tibetans. CTA gets million of financial aids each year from the western countries, what did they do with the money? After 60 years, Tibetans are still refugees in India, there is no real talents in the Tibetan community.

Tibetans in Indian may still be political victims, but CTA is also victimising their own people. Dorje Shugden ban is a very good example of how CTA is discriminating and segregating Tibetans on the basis of their religious belief. What kind of democratic government is this?

There should not be a double standard, if Chinas has to be penalised for suppressing Tibetans, CTA should also be penalised. As a government, CTA has to be fair to all Tibetans, no one should be blamed for the failure of the Free Tibet movement except for the CTA themselves.