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Today's Tibet is nothing less than a Hell!

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Today, The Dalai Lama stated that the Chinese rule on the sacred Tibet has created hell on earth and it’s no more worth staying there. In a speech marking the 50th anniversary of the failed uprising that sent him into exile, he called for genuine autonomy for Tibet and told thousands of supporters that Chinese law and policies such as the Cultural Revolution had devastated the Himalayan region.

Even today, Tibetans in Tibet live in constant fear and the Chinese authorities remain constantly suspicious of them. The Dalai Lama felt sorry for the brutal behavior in the region after protests last year turned violent.

He warned that the Tibetan culture is nearing extinction and will soon be vanished in thin air. Someth ing meaningful must be done to preserve the rich culture of Tibet. The group gathered in a courtyard that separates the Dalai Lama's home from the town's main temple. Monks blowing enormous conch shells and long brass horns heralded his arrival.

Normally, Lama does not have harsh or strong comments but seeing what is happening he had to go a bit rough. He told thousands of people there that if they continued the protest peacefully and without violence and on the path of truth then they will surely succeed. After his speech thousands of people marched on Tibet’s streets shouting ‘No China’ and ‘Tibet is Tibetans’ slogans demanding Chinese officials and army to move out.

China’s President, Hu Jintao, demanded a great stability after home-made explosives were used in some parts of Tibet to protest against Chinese bureaucracy.

The unrest broke out after police stopped a truck at a checkpoint during a clampdown across Tibet and areas of western China with large Tibetan communities. This kind of non violence should be stopped said the police head. They had to take strict actions against violators.

The Dalai Lama requested people to protest peacefully, without harming anyone as he thinks getting something by hurting someone is not the right thing to do. He requested to talk with Chinese government which was ruled out by the Chinese official bluntly.

By FW Editor

Tags: tibet, monk, buddhism

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Date Added: 23 April '10

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