Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Dalai Lama marks 50 years of protest

Dalai Lama Decries 'Brutal Crackdown'

Forbes — The anniversary that Chinese leaders dreaded most this year has arrived, and the Dalai Lama is not letting anyone forget.
The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader marked the 50th anniversary of a March 10, 1959, attempted uprising against Communist rule on Tuesday by accusing Beijing of making life in Tibet unbearable over half a century of destructive campaigns, including the Cultural Revolution and repeated security crackdowns.
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Dalai Lama lashes out at Beijing

Radio Netherlands — Tibet's spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has lashed out at the Chinese government. He said that hundreds of thousands of Tibetans have died as a result of Chinese rule, and accuses the authorities in Beijing of turning Tibet into a hell on earth. The Dalai Lama made his remarks on the 50th anniversary of a failed uprising that forced the Tibetan leader to flee into exile.
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Tibetans are unhappy when Dalai Lama tells lies

Tibet News — To Tibetan car dealer Purbu, the Dalai Lama always seems unhappy when Tibetans are really happy.
When knowing the recent claim of the monk that Tibetans are becoming more unhappy about the government, Purbu scorned "it is all imaginary and false."
"How can Tibetans be unhappy when the economy develops so fast with the support from the central government?" said Purbu, a car dealing company manager in Lhasa.
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