Tibet’s leader in exile, the Dalai Lama, has continues to point to the inevitable failure that all who rule by force must eventually face.

I am deeply concerned over the situation that has been developing in Tibet following peaceful protests in many parts of Tibet, including Lhasa, in recent days. These protests are a manifestation of the deep-rooted resentment of the Tibetan people under the present governance.

As I have always said, unity and stability under brute force is at best a temporary solution. It is unrealistic to expect unity and stability under such a rule and would therefore not be conducive to finding a peaceful and lasting solution.

I therefore appeal to the Chinese leadership to stop using force and address the long-simmering resentment of the Tibetan people through dialogue with the Tibetan people. I also urge my fellow Tibetans not to resort to violence.



2 Comments

  1. Antonio Santana Carlos

    Now the problem is with Tibet and with a great man: Dalai Lama.

    China wants to control the world and we have to stop it!

    Home telephones and cell phones have been cut off and the movement of people is restricted in many parts of Tibet.

    Governments have no courage to comment!

    China and North Korea are the same dictators and we must stop them.

    Against China!

    Antonio Santana Carlos

  2. terminator

    Are telephone and cell phones a part of “culture genocide”? And how about all stuff in modern life such as highway, railway, electricity, movies, pop music, manufactory, condom… pretty much everything in our daily life did not exist in Tibet before China’s takeover in 1959. Damn those communists! They use our west inventions to do “culture genocide” in Tibet! We must stop them and put Tibet back to “friendly fuedalism” under Dalai Lama’s control! Wait, wait, is Dalai Lama using telephone, cellphones, electricity, etc…??? What a heck! I am confused. Who is doing “culture genocide” in Tibet indeed?

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