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DharmaSpace

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Would Tibetan people benefit from a New Political Party
« on: September 16, 2014, 05:50:36 AM »
The CTA is the vehicle for enforcing the Dorje Shugden ban. And so far all our attempts to uncover the CTA discrimination and the injustice they have inflicted onto Dorje Shugden people and lamas does not impair CTA's ability to operate.

Right now there is no political party representing the Tibetans and being friendly to Dorje Shugden people and practitioners. And this political party should be run by Tibetans and have Tibetan people interest at hand. Since CTA has failed to make any headway for Tibetan independence, Tibetan people should have more options? Having such a political party will emasculate the CTA once and for all and neutralise CTA's grip on the Tibetan people. Not only that such a particular party will undermine CTA's power base and their monopoly over the Tibetan people and it is surely an act of compassion?

Any takers?


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Re: Would Tibetan people benefit from a New Political Party
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2014, 01:26:17 PM »
A political party that is not on Indian soil. Well even without a political party they put the picture of Dorje Shugden activists and lamas on tombstones and violent memes.

Tibetans deserve much better than so many years of having no result. If the current methods is not benefitting the Tibetan it is best to change to others who can do better? If the Chinese do not want to negotiate with CTA why not the new kid on the block?