The Dalai Lama and the Distortion of History


The 14th Dalai Lama with Mass Murderer Shoko Asahara

Original Chinese Language Article By: Lu Cangsheng (戮苍生)

Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles (PhD)

Translator’s Note: The deliberate and continuous misrepresentation of China in the West is very much a relic of the US-inspired Cold War against the Soviet Union. Although the USSR is no longer in existence, the US security apparatus (which includes the ubiquitous CIA) continuous to manufacture and fabricate a ‘mythic’ reality for Tibet and her people. This myth is steeped in an obvious Judeo-Christian sentimentalism that plays toward a certain and specific Western psychology that has neither historical place nor cultural relevance within Tibet or China, which are ironically the two ethnicities it claims to represent. Chinese misrepresentation within the West is pandemic and premised on achieving two clear objectives; 1) the political destruction of the Communist regime in China, and 2) the presentation of the Chinese people as being comprised of an inferior race. The policy is to attempt to ‘breakup’ the internationalism and cultural hegemony that bind the Tibetan and Chinese people together, and introduce a capitalist system into China. The 14th Dalai Lama is financed by the West and although a Buddhist monk who has taken a vow of poverty, is able to circumnavigate the globe with a relative ease that none who accept his rhetoric ever question. Tibetans living in Tibet do not accept or adhere to the alternative mythic history that surrounds the Dalai Lama, and nor do the millions of Tibetans who live peacefully in China. Tibet under the Chinese Communist regime has progressed from a primitive and backward, religiously dominated feudalism, to that of a modern State – whilst many of the Dalai Lama’s followers live in abject poverty in refugee camps in India. The Dalai Lama of course, and the small clique of High Lamas who surround him in exile do not live in squalor despite their vows. The problem for the West is that there is a lack of genuine Chinese and Tibetan history due to the denigration of China and her history. This tabula rasa allows the CIA to churn-out its endless spew of anti-China propaganda using Hollywood as a platform, and the situation is arrived at where SS Officers from Nazi Germany (such as those executed for crimes against humanity after WWII) are elevated through Western media to be both trustworthy and truthful representatives of China and Tibetan history! Perhaps the last word is this poorly acted charade should be left with the Dalai Lama himself who likes to inspire his after-dinner guests with stories of how he is now a ‘Marxist’. ACW 12.11.15

Two reporters for Xinhua (Cui Jing – 崔静 and Xu Lingui -许林贵) on the 19th of May, 2011, attended a press conference called by the State Council Information Office where the Chairman of the People’s Government of the Tibet Autonomous Region – Padma Choling (白玛赤林 – Bai Ma Chi Lin) – noted that the 14th Dalai Lama, when speaking in foreign lands, does not present the facts about the real history surrounding the peaceful liberation of the part of China known as Tibet. Instead he fabricates a myth that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) ‘invaded’ Tibet and inflicted violence upon its people. This is a lie (perpetuated by a Buddhist monk who has taken a vow against ‘lying’), and is designed to attack the legitimate Government of China (even though Buddhist monks vow ‘never to harm any living being’). His motivation is clearly to encourage separatist movements and disunity within China.

Padma Choling was asked how the Dalai Lama Clique should be answered when it claims that the Dalai Lama was ‘forced’ to sign the ‘Seventeen Point Agreement’. He replied by clearly stating that all the people know the truth, and that no one in China (which includes Tibet) accepted this distortion of historical fact. Padma Choling continued that the recorded and well known historical facts are as follows. In 1950 the PLA peacefully entered Tibet and patiently set about helping the local people. The 14th Dalai Lama then sent Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme (阿沛·阿旺晋美 – A Pie A Wang Jin Mei) – a member of the then Local Tibetan Authority – to negotiate on his behalf as part of a delegation to Beijing. During this time it is known that the Dalai Lama kept in close contact with his representatives, and was made aware of everything that happened. After the agreement was signed, the Dalai Lama’s delegation returned to Lhasa and made a full report to him in person. The Dalai Lama then held a plenary conference in Lhasa and those in attendance unanimously supported and accepted the agreement. The Dalai Lama then sent a telegram on behalf of the Local Tibetan Authority stating that he, and all the High Lamas and ordinary Buddhist monks and nuns, as well as the lay-Buddhist population of Tibet, fully understood and endorsed without reservation, the ‘seventeen point agreement’ to Chairman Mao Zedong (毛泽东). It is obvious that recorded history proves that the Dalai Lama knew and understood the import of the agreement, and having fully understood it, agreed to its implementation on behalf of the Tibetan people. The Dalai Lama was never ‘forced’ or ‘threaten’ into signing as he often asserts in his story-telling to gullible audiences outside of China.

Padma Choling clarified that the situation between the Dalai Lama and the Government of China is this; if the Dalai Lama publically acknowledges that Tibet and Taiwan are inalienable parts of China, and that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is the sole and legitimate government of geographical China and all its people, then under this understanding the Government of China is willing to discuss any matters. Padma Choling concluded by stating:

“The door is always open for constructive dialogue between the Government of China and the Dalai Lama. The key to this dialogue is that the Dalai Lama must be seen to have abandoned the deliberate fiction of an ‘Independent Tibet’, a progressive development that the Dalai Lama appears unwilling to make.”

©opyright: Adrian Chan-Wyles (ShiDaDao) 2015.

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