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Being a state that does not believe in religion and being a state that has driven Dalai Lama away from his homeland and persecuting the Tibetans, China has no right to interfere in who becomes the next Dalai Lama. China is violating the basic principle of separation of State and Church.
Will not some influential world leader speak out? Will China be able to get way with murder? It has been getting away with murder for too long. Time that somebody stands up and kills this monster.
China is back at it again. This time it is trying to “re-educate” the monks in the monastery. What will people no do in the name of “Socialism”. This is taking equality to the extremes. “If somebody is poor I will make all of them poor.” I ask the same question. Will no leader in the world speak up against these atrocities? Will they all fall prey to the lure of lucre from the Chinese market?
Will some leader have the guts to speak out against what is happening in China. They seem to take lot of interest in protests in Middle East and rightly so, but why does nobody speak out against China’s human rights violations. Why? Why? Why?
Tibet. Does anybody even know it is country and not part of China? And if they know why are they turning the blind eye to what China has been doing and is still doing to Tibet?
Pure greed. If anybody stands up to China they lose 1/6th of the world’s population as their market and this translates into huge revenue in their eyes. So what does it matter if a Liu Xianbin is jailed or if the monks in Tibet are prosecuted. Nothing matters but money. Show me the money is the name of the game that every leader in the world plays.
Greed for money has no end.
Last year we had the undeserving Obama who could collect the prize and this year we have a deserving Liu who could not collect the prize, thanks to the skewed justice in China.

China is a nation that today stands on the cusp of dominating the world economy. Can we afford to let such a thing happen? It seems we are headed for disaster if such a country is allowed to dicate economic or for that matter any other term. This should be an opportunity used by all heads of states to reprimand China on its human rights violations, regardless of their market potential and their economic strength.

It was good that atleast India for once showed some spine and did not boycott the event at the insistence of China. Now we need to see how China will try and twist India’s arm when its delegates come to India to discuss.

A true article India snubs China.

In an earlier blog I had criticized Obama for not having taken any steps to correct the situation in Tibet. He has now risen up marginally in my eyes by way of having met Dalai Lama despite threats from China. It is time to call China’s bluff of owning Tibet and it having done only good for Tibet.
Hope he has the courage to take on China and hope rest of the worlds supports him in the cause of Tibet and help put an end to the autocratic rule in China.