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Sonam Wangdue from New York :

@Wangchuk from New York. You think there is no censorship anywhere else other than in China. You need not go further, it is right in your backyard. Do you think exile media either independent or government affiliated are not censoring any news. How about some of the hot button issues, which I am not going to mention here, otherwise, even my comments will not see the light of the day.
As much as we see the Chinese media as a propaganda machines, in the eyes of the Chinese officials, Tibetan broadcasters are not anything better. For we are the propaganda tool of exile entities and high religious personalities. I heard of emotional blackmailing in exile to Tibetans who do not conform to the norms and way of the majority. In exile no thinking is kind of self preservation too. while individual liberty and freedom are much higher. When it comes to news and information, there is self censorship and out right censorship in exile. And it is a fact. Therefore, when you point one finger at others, all the four other fingers are pointing back at you...

Sep 16, 2019 12:16 AM

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Wangchuk from NY :

Censorship is one of the primary tools of dictatorships & tyrants. The CCP doesn't believe in freedom for speech for Chinese, Uighurs, Mongolians, Hongkongers & Tibetans.

Sep 13, 2019 11:40 AM

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