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What can be inferred from awarding Nobel Peace Prize to Dalai Lama and Liu Xiaobo?
10:28, October 13, 2010  

On October 8, 2010, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo as the winner of 2010 Nobel Peace Prize who had been sentenced for committing the crime of inciting to subvert the rule of the Chinese government by China's judicial department.

According to China's Foreign Ministry spokesman, it run counter to the goal of this award and blemished its original purpose. However, some supporters were wild with joy as if they just used drugs. The 14th Dalai Lama immediately who was another recipient was one of them. Less than two hours after he heard the news did he make an open statement. He expressed his congratulations to Liu and said that this honor represented the praise to Liu Xiaobo by the world community. He also said that he would like to take this opportunity to appeal to the Chinese government to set free Liu Xiaobo and all the other Chinese dissidents who were committed crimes by expressing critical remarks to the Chinese government. As a matter of fact, the appearance the Dalai Lama made is a good thing because it makes every Chinese to think over why these two people were granted the Nobel Peace Prizes and what's behind and why?

The Dalai Lama and Liu Xiaobo are merely political puppets of western forces.

In 1989, the 14th Dalai Lama received the Nobel Peace Prize.

In March, 1989, the Dalai Lama clique stirred up a bloody riot in Lhasa.

Instigated and supported by some western forces, turbulence occurred in Beijing on June 4, 1989. Afterwards, western countries took a series of measures to oppress China, such as political isolation and economic blockade.

In October, 1989, the Nobel Peace Prize eventually fell into the hands of the 14th Dalai Lama.

At that time, the chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee publicly admitted that the reasons why the 14th Dalai Lama won the Nobel Peace Prize were not only to recognize the efforts made by Chinese students in the democratic campaign and but also to worsen China's situation, that the human rights issue was not a new factor in the 14th Dalai Lama winning the prize, in which politics played a role.

He also alleged that the praise for the 14th Dalai Lama was also a punishment for the Chinese Government.


Obviously, the 14th Dalai Lama's Nobel Peace Prize was not only a political "reward", and also a means used by some western forces to oppress and separate China. The Nobel Peace Prize has already reduced to a political puppet.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee claimed that the 14th Dalai Lama was awarded the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize for his peaceful standpoint and non-violent struggle to liberate Tibet, but everybody knows that non-violence and peace have nothing to do with the 14th Dalai Lama.

After a failed armed rebellion to cruelly kill Tibetans, the 14th Dalai Lama fled to India. Supported by CIA, the 14th Dalai Lama was bound up in armed attacks against China's borders by his 4,000 soldiers. It was fully proved by the declassificated files of U.S. Department of State and CIA.

The Dalai Lama exactly knew why he could receive the Nobel Peace Prize and excitedly delivered an speech on the occasion of receiving the award in 1989. He said that the prize meant a lot to the six million Tibetan people, and the prize reaffirmed his conviction that with heroic combat and unremitting struggle, Tibet would be liberated. There it is! Instead of peace, what the Dalai Lama pursued was "heroic combat, unremitting struggles as well as Tibet Independence".

Samdhong, top leader of the exiled Tibetan government once also said the prize "was a kind of praise for the courage of those Tibetan people all over the world for their continuous struggles."

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(Editor:叶欣)

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