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SabS

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Re: Dalai Lama visit bad for Italian football too
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2017, 12:24:17 AM »
Oh dear! Again we receive this news of the adverse effect that the Dalai Lama's visit have on the business agreements in the host country. The negotiation parties try to make out that they have no knowledge of the planned event where the mayor of Milan presented the Dalai Lama with a key to the city and made him an honorary Milanese citizen. The closing date for the purchase of AC Milan soccer team had to be push later to March 2017 from December 2016, due to China's stance in stopping outflow of money to support the sale. With the final payment of Euro 320 million due in March, I wonder if China will soften her stance or SES will continue to scramble to fulfil final payment using various foreign bank accounts.

Although the Dalai Lama was welcomed all over the world in the past, now they will have to consider the severe repercussions of his visit on their trade agreement with China. Any displeasure and China will halt or cut off the ludicrous agreements. Personally, I really wish the Dalai Lama have a strong Government who is able to stand on its own to handle the Tibetans In Exile's return home on autonomy rule. As it is, CTA is still very much dependant on sponsorship of millions from America and dare not change the status quo for fear of hardship. If only CTA realises that they are holding a trump card if they negotiate with China as successful agreement will mean a "saving face" outcome for China. CTA should not let pride, attachment, greed, fear and what not to stand in the way of negotiations as they are just stooges to the American Government at the moment. Worst, CTA pawns the Dalai Lama, a holy man who is Buddha Chenrezig, in hopes of support from the Western Heads of States creating so much humiliation for them although I wonder if CTA is aware of their actions in the eyes of others. CTA should really stop using Protector Dorje Shugden as scape goat for their failures and be brave to stand up with admissions and move forward.

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Re: Dalai Lama visit bad for Italian football too
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2017, 05:01:37 PM »
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Worst, CTA pawns the Dalai Lama, a holy man who is Buddha Chenrezig,

Then according to you “Buddha Chenrezig” is an idiot who allows himself to be pawned by a bunch of disgruntled ex-slave owners such as the CTA, right?

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in hopes of support from the Western Heads of States creating so much humiliation for them

You are actually describing those self-styled Shugdenpas who are actually dalie zombies.

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CTA should really stop using Protector Dorje Shugden as scape goat for their failures

Actually, many self-styled Shugdenpas should really stop using the CTA as scape goat for their failures, which are all the result of their servile submission to the evil dalie.

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and be brave to stand up with admissions and move forward.

Move forward to Buddhism without the cult-leader, the evil dalie, this is what those self-styled Shugdenpas should do, instead of whining about the ridiculous “CTA” and fighting for the favor of the capo mafioso, the evil dalie.

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Re: Dalai Lama visit bad for Italian football too
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2017, 06:34:35 PM »
It is too bad for Milan that the 740-million-euro ($785 million) deal is not going through, all because of the Dalai Lama's visit. China’s economic prowess and the shift in the global balance of power in China’s favour is a clear sign that the world chooses China against Tibetan leadership and the CTA.

There is a high opportunity costs of being seen friendly with and meeting the Tibetan leadership or the Dalai Lama. This is unfortunate because it will be seen as opposing China or supporting the 'separatist'. Despite what has happened in Tibet in 1959, the Dalai Lama has been trying to resolve Han-Tibetan enmity, and his sincere attitude toward compromise and negotiation with the central government remains the same and the Dalai Lama even abandoned demands for Tibetan independence, seeking only autonomy for Tibet under the Chinese Communists’ current legal framework and political system. However, desire for a peaceful resolution to the Tibetan cause were always hampered by the Tibetan protests, anti-China sentiments, and complaining about China's administration human rights violations and so on.

It is time for the Tibetan leadership to accept the fact that China is boss and start a more friendly approach if they ever want to return to Tibet.

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Re: Dalai Lama visit bad for Italian football too
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2017, 01:28:20 AM »
Again, the tensions between the Tibetan Leadership and China create problems for the rest of the world!
Why letting the world pay for your inability to find a solution? Isn't it that for 60 years there was no progress in making peace with China?
Yes, it has happened - but now 60 years have passed and Tibet needs to move forward, well in fact Tibet has moved forward, isn't it.

Letting others pay for your own failure is very bad. Stop making problems for others and protect your own people CTA! It is too bad but the repercussions of the Dalai Lama's visit are just too bad economically! I hope that spiritually they gained precious insights.

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Re: Dalai Lama visit bad for Italian football too
« Reply #5 on: March 18, 2017, 12:00:21 AM »
Looks like the money wins again as it always has been! Economy is more important than any value at the end of the day. The Tibetans and CTA has no value to anyone, definitely not Chinese, otherwise they would have had a good dialogue, at least one, in the past 58 years? This move of the Chinese is really petty but I guess sometimes stubborn people deserve that kind of treatment.