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Wangchuk from NYC :

The Tibetan struggle is not just for human rights & religious/cultural freedom. It is an anti-colonial, nationalist resistance movement. Tibet is ruled as China's colony & its policies in Tibet are colonial in nature. Colonialism is inherently evil & unjust. Just as Asians & Africans fought against European colonialism, Tibetans & Uighurs are fighting against Chinese colonialism.

Nov 14, 2012 07:17 PM

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Wales :

Fortunately, there are quite a lot of Chinese liberals who have traveled to Dharamsala or otherwise developed more than a superficial understanding of Tibet's cultural and religious identity. In a truly federal governmental system in which Tibetans were left to handle their own cultural, educational, and religious affairs without outside interference, a renewed blossoming of Tibetan culture could occur. The major stumbling block is the CCP and the Hàn chauvinism that is encourages, along with its neocolonialist migration policies.

Nov 12, 2012 11:30 AM

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Kip :

Many Tibetans see the Chinese Communist Party solely to blame for their suffering. But the Nationalist Chinese claimed Tibet as part of China also. In fact Taiwan claimed Tibet up until recent years! The problem is the Han Chinese and their racism and distorted version of Tibet's history. Unfortunately, democracy in China won't free Tibet from China's grip. Ask the native Hawaiians about that.

Nov 10, 2012 02:13 AM

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