The Struggle for Tibet by Wang Lixion...

The Struggle for Tibet by Wang Lixiong and Tsering Shakya | The End...

There are 15 comments on the Guardian Unlimited story from Apr 2, 2010, titled The Struggle for Tibet by Wang Lixiong and Tsering Shakya | The End.... In it, Guardian Unlimited reports that:

And before reading The Struggle for Tibet I, too, was unaware of the Tibetan monks who, more recently, were ordered to write down that the Dalai Lama "is the biggest obstacle to Tibetan Buddhism". By adding a barely visible dot to the script, they were able to convert "is" to "is not". Nor did I know that many educated Tibetans can only communicate ...

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Trevor Swistchew

Hayes, UK

#1 Apr 6, 2010
China unfair in Tibet.
Trevor Swistchew

Hayes, UK

#2 Apr 12, 2010
China is unfair in Tibet.
Trevorlogic

Edmonton, Canada

#4 Mar 4, 2011
One of Trevor's typical comrades.



Interesting!
TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE

New York, NY

#5 Mar 4, 2011
Dalai Lama exposed!

&fe ature=related
jock

Goodman, MO

#6 Mar 5, 2011
Life is the struggle. You should persue your dreams with caution and respect and big enough balls, and with the ever persuing respect for life of all living creatures. China is getting more into prostitution and drugs and sexy swinging night clubs with sexy women. The last thing they are concerened with right now is the dolly loma taking away their pleasure.
good wishes

Edmonton, Canada

#7 Mar 5, 2011
Well said, Jock!

A nice woman for you:

jock

Goodman, MO

#8 Mar 5, 2011
good wishes wrote:
Well said, Jock!
A nice woman for you:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =8IcIrl3QPZIXX
I know I love Sexy Tibet Activist . I about 2000 pictures of them stapled on my ceiling so when I look up I see sexy Tibetian activist, activating the boo machine, and I have also a Sexy Tibet 2 taboo 2012 calender with Linda Lambo Looo holding a bamboo shoot like a whip. Owl. Whip it hard, whip it good, Looo.
jock

Goodman, MO

#9 Mar 5, 2011
There is an old Chinese saying. It goes like this.
A Buddhist went up to a hot dog stand and told the vendor to give him a bless buddha hot dog, the man said what do you want on your dog? Buddhist said what I always put on my dog, creme and slippery relish, the vendor creamed the dog and then took slippery sugar and rubbed the dog back and forth. The Buddhist smiled with an exhilarating smile on his face. He said you do that beautifully vendor. Thank You said the vendor turning his back and bending over to put away the special sauce, vendor turns around and says to the buddhist that 'll be 20 dollars. The Buddhist reaches into his pocket and hands the vendor a 50 dollar bill. The vendor puts it in the cash drawer closes it and stares at the monk. The monk stares with wonder at the vendor and says where's the change. Vendor leans over towards the buddist and softly says.'change comes from within'
Trevor Swistchew

Hayes, UK

#10 Mar 28, 2011
Trevorlogic wrote:
One of Trevor's typical comrades.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =8IcIrl3QPZIXX
Interesting!
what you say you free to
you know nothing of love or human rights you are a joker
go learn what law is or not
free thought will let you know
Trevor Swistchew

Hayes, UK

#11 Mar 28, 2011
jock wrote:
Life is the struggle. You should persue your dreams with caution and respect and big enough balls, and with the ever persuing respect for life of all living creatures. China is getting more into prostitution and drugs and sexy swinging night clubs with sexy women. The last thing they are concerened with right now is the dolly loma taking away their pleasure.
China has no human rights no morality no love only gun law
would you love it in your own nation?
YOU BEAST

New York, NY

#12 Mar 28, 2011
A daily dose of your racism most foul!
Tashi

Malaysia

#14 May 16, 2011
All these hyperbolic nonsense such as guns , etc is a sign of a person who has never left their country.Give China a chance
Gong Xiao Ping

Canada

#17 Sep 7, 2011
"Tibetans not seeking separation: Dalai Lama"

This statement is largely true.

But one has to figure out who are the "Tibetans".

90% or more of the population of old Tibet were very poor people (slaves and serfs). They gained a lot of benefits from emancipation in 1959. They were much better off after being freed in 1959. They got their loan and indenture contracts cancelled. In addition, they took over the mansions and land of their former overlords and each family share the farm land. They became free peasants owning small plots of land by this time and they were penniless and landless before the abolition of the old system.

Would Tibetans in this category (freed serfs and slaves) going against the central government and trying to break away? Would they want their former landlords back? Would they want to give up their own small plots of land and freedom to restore their former masters' priveleges?

The second category of Tibetans are those belonging to the artistocracy of old Tibet who have lost everything if not their lives. They (~80,000 people out of total population of 1 million in 1959) rebelled to fight against emancipation but failed. They escaped to India and establish the so-called "gov't in exile" and the Free Tibet Movemement to continue their fight for independence while in exile.
shocked

West Linn, OR

#18 Sep 7, 2011
Trevor Swistchew wrote:
<quoted text>China has no human rights no morality no love only gun law
would you love it in your own nation?
thats what i said about uk when i saw this
Rong

Sibu, Malaysia

#19 Sep 7, 2011
Tsering Shakya works for the CIA lie machine called Radio Free Asia. He makes a living inventing history for the CIA.

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