Monday, September 16, 2013

Free Tibet, my holy foot

Please do not liberate my country. I understand your energy, good nature and idealism. I was the same when I was at your age.

First, thanks to the U.S. government. Now, I’m a naturalized U.S. citizen collecting generous welfare benefits. You do not understand how my life has been improved dramatically by living here, in contrast to living on of the highest mountains year around.

Some people desire to be worshipped and served as kings and queens. They have their ambitions and revolutionary ideas. The last ones were those who escaped to India in 1959 after the
failed revolt (also known as the 1959 Tibet uprising) sponsored by the CIA. Please let me know who sponsor today’s Tibetan movements; it does not seem to be a Mickey Mouse production. The monarchy does not speak for the common people who just want a peaceful life.

The devastating news on Tibet dices and slices our consciences. Accounts are often grossly and deceptively inaccurate.1 This is a common practice in news reporting to attract readers in the West, as well as in the East and where ever news is covered.

The ruling party, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), will not give up Tibet-- there is the origin of the major water source for most of South and Central Asia.2 Our standard of living has been improved substantially under China as indicated by the much improved literacy rate and life expectancy.

The (Qinghai–Tibet railway) train and the proposed 750 small dams that generate electricity are recent modernization infrastructure projects. Even though the Chinese government has lifted Tibet's standard of living, the banishment of Han Chinese will further improve our living standard further. Comparisons can be drawn to the U.S.’s permitting the Native Indians to allow the opening and operation of casinos on Indian reservation: The benefits outnumber the drawbacks.

China had been ruled by Mongolians and Manchurians in two of the last three dynasties, which each, as the Tibetans also are one of the 55 ethnic minorities in China. Dalai Lama is an outstanding salesman for the Tibetan Independence cause, as he is able to convince some of most influential celebrities and politicians to support his “plight”. China must be glad that they do not have such salesmen for Mongolia and Manchuria.

Everywhere in China, Tibetan cultures have been maintained; different from what ‘reporters’ report. In addition, all the minorities are exempt from China's one-child policy.

Unless you can convince your Congress to send soldiers to ‘liberate’ us as you’ve been doing for many countries, please do not stir up our rebellious sentiment towards the Chinese. The more you do, the more our folks will suffer and ‘disappear’.

Spend your energy elsewhere. The choices are unlimited: CEOs enjoying outrageous benefits / bonuses from companies receiving bailouts, killing Iraqi children in a war you cannot afford, etc.

Everywhere in China, you see Tibetan cultures have been maintained. Google ‘Tibet song’, or click the following

Do they look they’re oppressed to you?

It sounds like propaganda. But I want you to know that I have no connection with the Chinese government. I just want to be realistic and the world at least my world will be more peaceful without those demonstrations. I wrote the above from the mindset of the silent majority of Tibetans.

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