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pemachen

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Re: China co-opts a Buddhist sect in global effort to smear Dalai Lama
« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2017, 01:37:25 AM »
Whether or not the Shugden group is funded or supported by China, the heart of the matter is that the Central Tibetan Administration does nothing to solve the problems in the community, but continues to create more problems.

The purity of our Tibetan religion and heritage are at stake, yet the only leaders we have are shrew politicians who are concerned about channeling more funds into their own pockets. The Lal Qila fire incident shows clearly their inability of the leaders, the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) promised 15 lakh rupees, but the families have not yet received the funds. We had to depend on the state government of Delhi's sanction of INR 1 Crore 38 Lacs as relief for the Tibetan sweater sellers who have been affected.

China is not the problem. We can't trust the Tibetan leaders who are rulling the Tibetans (in India) now, so how can we trust the leadership to rule all of us and the Tibetans in larger Tibet? Even if China wants to give autonomy to the Tibetan leadership, can we trust them?

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Re: China co-opts a Buddhist sect in global effort to smear Dalai Lama
« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2017, 03:06:51 AM »
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China is not the problem. We can't trust the Tibetan leaders who are rulling the Tibetans (in India) now, so how can we trust the leadership to rule all of us and the Tibetans in larger Tibet? Even if China wants to give autonomy to the Tibetan leadership, can we trust them?

Could not agree more. This is an illegitimate, vitiated, corrupt, obsolete leadership, which has no place in modern Tibet.

However, such a leadership is bound to exist as long as there are sizeable Tibetan colonies in India.

Therefore, probably Tibetans self-exiled in India have to ask themselves what exactly binds them there.