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  • #16
    Originally posted by Connaught Ranger View Post



    Typical answer from a Chi-com Bot!!
    No, no, no, that is the typical answer from your government. We don't answer these questions because we don't think these questions even need to be asked. Ask us again and again, and we will refer you to your own government.

    Even better yet, the best answer is given by Dalai Lama himself. Why don't you go ask him whether or not Tibet is part of China. He will give you a "typical answer." Well, according to you Dalai Lama is a Chi-com Bot. But we think he is a CIA bot.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...w/61775261.cms

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Devil Child View Post

      Any sources for this claim?
      A word is missing in my sentence : people
      Much like a lot of people in a lot of countries are ok with such thing to quell muslim fundamentalism
      And some politicians too

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      • #18
        Western hypocrisy stinks to high heaven. After killing hundreds thousands of Muslims and making millions homeless in the MENA, all of a sudden they are concerned about Muslims in China?
        Last edited by MRAPer; 11-10-2018, 05:47 PM.

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        • #19
          All you China bots bring to the table here is whataboutism...

          Which actually makes you a perfect fit for TheMess discourse so carry the fuck on.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Devil Child View Post
            All you China bots bring to the table here is whataboutism...

            Which actually makes you a perfect fit for TheMess discourse so carry the fuck on.
            All you bring to table is whataboutism. This is not whataboutism. China is not doing what the West has done or is doing.

            So why are you so "emotionally reactive"? Haha!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by pla View Post

              So why are you so emotionally reactive? Haha!
              Because there is no quality Chinese take-out in my neighborhood.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by pla View Post
                No, no, no, that is the typical answer from your government. We don't answer these questions because we don't think these questions even need to be asked. Ask us again and again, and we will refer you to your own government.

                Even better yet, the best answer is given by Dalai Lama himself. Why don't you go ask him whether or not Tibet is part of China. He will give you a "typical answer." Well, according to you Dalai Lama is a Chi-com Bot. But we think he is a CIA bot.

                https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...w/61775261.cms
                Dalai Lama is a refugee in India.

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                • #23
                  They are holiday camps to help Chinese Muslims become contributing members of society and not blow stuff up.

                  All Tibetans world-wide love being part of China rather than a Free Tibet.

                  China has never and will never steal a single bit of intellectual property from anybody, because China already invented that exact thing but only 70% as good for 10% of the price 5 minutes ago.

                  Tiananmen Square protestors were all just accidentally run over when PLA tanks were simply trying to parallel park for an unanticipated military parade the following day. PLA tanks have better rear view mirrors now to check for blind spots.

                  Everyone is racist against China, especially Japan and America.

                  One of these might be kind of true.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Nancy View Post

                    Dalai Lama is a refugee in India.
                    Well, he is a refugee according to the Western narrative. To us, he is a fleeing fugitive who may face the death penalty if he ever returns to China. He literally was and may still is on CIA's payroll. But considering how he was young and was manipulated by his older brother to work for the CIA, he may get a life sentence instead. Also, his brother and Dalai Lama have both regretted working for the CIA and Dalai Lama has declared that Tibet is part of China. This may help him if he ever wanted to surrender himself to the Chinese authority.
                    http://articles.latimes.com/1998/sep/15/news/mn-22993


                    The Dalai Lama wrote in his autobiography that the cutoff in the 1970s showed that the assistance from the Americans "had been a reflection of their anti-Communist policies rather than genuine support for the restoration of Tibetan independence."

                    The newly published files show that the collaboration between U.S. intelligence and the Tibetans was less than ideal. "The Tibetans by nature did not appear to be congenitally inclined toward conspiratorial proficiency," a top CIA official says ruefully in one memo.

                    The budget figures for the CIA's Tibetan program are contained in a memo dated Jan. 9, 1964. It was evidently written to help justify continued funding for the clandestine intelligence operation.

                    "Support of 2,100 Tibetan guerrillas based in Nepal: $500,000," the document says. "Subsidy to the Dalai Lama: $180,000." After listing several other costs, it concludes: "Total: $1,735,000." The files show that this budget request was approved soon afterward.

                    A later document indicates that these annual expenses continued at the same level for four more years, until 1968. At that point, the CIA scrubbed its training programs for Tibetans inside the United States and cut the budget for the entire program to just below $1.2 million a year.

                    In his 1990 autobiography, "Freedom in Exile," the Dalai Lama explained that his two brothers made contact with the CIA during a trip to India in 1956. The CIA agreed to help, "not because they cared about Tibetan independence, but as part of their worldwide efforts to destabilize all Communist governments," the Dalai Lama wrote.
                    From Dalai Lama older brother's book: https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/his...per-1431299979

                    The book reveals a catalog of lost opportunities to open a dialogue between the Tibetan government in exile in India and Beijing in search of a settlement that would allow the Dalai Lama to return home and provide Tibet with a degree of self-government. In each case the overtures were sabotaged by the CIA or India’s intelligence service, or they were brushed aside by Britain’s MI6. The British were concerned for the security of their Hong Kong colony and suggested that the Tibetans look to the Americans for military and political support.

                    In a painful assessment of the U.S. role in Tibet, Mr. Thondup writes that he genuinely believed the Americans wanted to help Tibetans fight for their independence. Eventually, he said, “I realized this was not true. . . . They just wanted to stir up trouble, using Tibetans to create misunderstandings and discord between [communist] China and [nonaligned] India.” They were successful in that, he notes, pointing to the 1962 border war between the two Asian giants.

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