Only democracy can resolve Tibetan issue

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Apparently, Dalai Lama or no Dalai Lama, China will have this thorn in their side, of Tibetans wanting freedom to decide their own destiny!
     
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    So true. Chinese are the only ones that take pride in their moral bankruptcy.
     
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    To the Chinese, morality is not that important.

    It is economic enhancement that is important.

    It is just that the Tibetan don't understand the Chinese and they out morality and spirituality over money and materialistic pleasures!

    A clash of culture and psychology!
     
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    Morality is found its foundation on economy too. There is no need for stealing if one is wealthy. It is also nation's obligation and duty to allow its Citizen to have a environment to pursue better living. Theocracy is always the worst solution. Iran is a prime example of Theocracy that teach everyone a lesson. In Chinese do have moral standard just like any other nation. It is ignorance to classified all of citizens of a nation as careless of moral. One must be feeling supremacy of culture its nation to give such a bold statement.

    I must admit China is not a democracy, it is dictatorship that rule by communist elites,.. However, culture correct some of evil of nature communist regime. India does not enjoy supremacy in term of moral if you accounting to crime rate and the rampant of child prostitutes in India does not justified for moral supremacy over China.

    China is rampant with many problem, issue like broken building, tainted milk really question the our system. However, it is not the morality of citizen is at fault, it is lack of oversight by government. The government in China collect taxes and do so little for its citizen, that is the source of all evil.
     
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    And that is not with the Tibetans?

    Is there no corruption by the rich or powerful in China?

    Why is it that you have to be a CCP chap to flourish?

    Morality of being a Communist working tirelessly for the poor, the workers and the peasants?
     
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    There is indeed corruption among CCP, and I believe it is the root of many evil the society. Many within their rank abuse their power as they wish because there is no checking or balance.

    All I want to point out is, do not argue that entire ethnic group is moral less. I also want to point out from what we learn from Iran, theocracy is worst form of government possible.

    A software engineer wrote a software, some porn site used it without his knowledge. Then this guy is being killed by Iran's government. True story, just happening... That is called theocracy. Theocracy solve no problem, it is source of problem. It is birthplace of evil and oppression.
     
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    So the slave-owners and their dying head That Liar want democracy?:rofl:
     
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    Godless-Kafir DFI Buddha Senior Member

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    I dont understand, can you first post an coherent sentence?
     
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    Which Liar wants democracy?

    Hu or Wen.

    Hu is this and wen is the democracy will be the way?
     
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    Dalai Lama has relinquished his political power as he had as per traditions.

    It is now with common Tibetans as the new PM.

    Therefore, it is not a theocracy and the comparison with Iran is flawed.
     

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