The Irony of the Dalai Lama Claiming to Represent ‘Han’ and ‘Tibetan’ People (2016)

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On April 13, 2008, thousands of Chinese in Australia held a peaceful march to express their support for the Beijing Olympic torch relay, and opposed the Western media’s unfair coverage of the Tibet issue. Some demonstrators raised the slogan of BBC and CNN broadcasting lies.

Original Article: “民运”分子妄称代表汉人与“藏独”“和解” 被讽刺能代表谁?

(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD)

According to foreign media reports, the Clique of the 14th Dalai Lama recently gathered in Taiwan some “democracy” elements who defected overseas and held the so-called “International Sino-Tibetan Friendship Group Congress”. Representatives of the so-called “Han” including “Taiwan Independence” advocate Lin Changzuo (林昶佐) and “Democratic Movement” Yang Jianli (杨建利) and others, colluded with the Clique of the 14th Dalai Lama at the venue, and deliberately expressed the (false thinking) of the “Tibet independence” Movement.

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In 2008, overseas Chinese defended the Beijing Olympics.

According to the data, as early as 2008, the Clique of the 14th Dalai Lama colluded with overseas “dissidents” and “democracy elements”. In 2009, Xinhua News Agency published many articles exposing the true face of the so-called “China-Tibet Friendship Association.” The article pointed out that after the criminally-inspired “3·14” violent disturbances in 2008 were unanimously condemned by overseas Chinese and overseas Chinese students. According to the data, as early as 2008, the Clique of the 14th Dalai Lama colluded with overseas “dissidents” and “democracy elements”. In 2009, Xinhua News Agency published many articles exposing the true face of the so-called “China-Tibet Friendship Association.” The article pointed out that after the criminally-inspired “3·14” violent disturbances in 2008 were unanimously condemned by overseas Chinese and overseas Chinese students. After the Dalai Lama Clique violently interfered with the peaceful progression of the Olympic Torch Relay in the Beijing Olympic, the 14th Dalai Lama became the focus-point of strong protests by the overseas Chinese populations and overseas Chinese students. These protests began to expose the sham-nature of the so-called “Tibet independence” group its attempt to fabricate the “China-Tibet Friendship Association.” 

n August 2009, the 14th Dalai Lama declared in Geneva, Switzerland. “After the events in March last year, I called for the establishment of the ‘China-Tibetan Friendship Association’ (to function) wherever there are Han Chinese and Tibetans.” To this end, the Dalai Lama Clique has set up an “Overseas Chinese Working Group”. The main task is to strengthen links overseas and quell turmoil by establishing as many “China-Tibet Friendship Associations” as possible in the short term. 

On the other hand, overseas Chinese populations are facing turmoil inspired by the 14th Dalai Lama (and other criminal elements) that seek to ‘weaken’ Mainland China and diminish the great achievements of the Communist Party and the Chinese people. In the article entitled: “The gradual decline of the overseas democracy movement – abandoned by history” are included the lines ‘…no matter what the Chinese Government did, the only realistic reaction for the Democracy Movement was to smash the streets. This has nothing to do with ideology, no politics, no democracy or universality, but is only related to the thickness of the wallets of those who inspire such criminality.’ The 14th Dalai Lama has attempted to establish a “China-Tibet Friendship Association” as a means to enable overseas rioters to have a “living path” to focus their and justify their criminality.  Despite the obvious fabrication of the 14th Dalai Lama’s action, Western media immediately (and laughingly) responded by stating that the Dalai Lama’s move “is undoubtedly a wise political move” and “a forward-looking policy for the future Chinese political structure, which will have an inestimable effect on the future evolution of Sino-Tibetan relations.” 

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