Author Topic: Totalitarian Governments fear the Net  (Read 3074 times)


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Totalitarian Governments fear the Net
« on: May 22, 2016, 07:26:13 AM »
The 2016 CTA elections left little to the imagine, with more mudslinging slung than pressing issues discussed. Many countries around who has had oppressive regimes, found themselves outmaneuvered by their citizens and many were toppled due to the internet and mobile apps.

It is good that Tibetan have had an election whereby they could get access to news from other sources, than the normal dribble from CTA's mouthpieces. Perhaps the next election could spell the final end of CTA.


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Re: Totalitarian Governments fear the Net
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2016, 09:11:06 PM »
CTA had lived many years padded by their country people being behind in the technology/social game but times had changed and as more of their people relocate to better environment and the younger generations become more educated, technology savviness becomes the norm. As such, people has more access to fair views/facts and they are able to better understand. As time goes on, CTA will not be able to hide their dirty deeds and all the sufferings they had caused.

I sincerely hope that their people will have the courage to stand up for their rights and to exercise fair judgement in their actions. May the illogical Shugden ban be swiftly lifted to bring stop all the oppressions and restore Buddhism to its pure state.