Editor's note: A netizen of China Tibet Online currently says that the Dalai Lama intends to ignite reverse discrimination. We can see his views as follows:
Although the 14th Dalai Lama lives abroad, he is always "concerned" about affairs in Tibet Autonomous Region: for many times he has expressed his dissatisfaction with the situation that different ethnic groups live and work in Tibet. What he expects is that only Tibetans live in Tibet.
Everyone with a common sense knows that national integration is strengthened with the development of the society. People of the Han, Hui, Ughur and other ethnic groups work and do business in Tibet, getting on well with Tibetan people. Besides, in ancient Tibet, there were people of different ethnic groups. In other words, the natives in Tibet include not only Tibetans, but also those from other ethnic groups including the Han.
In my opinion, the Dalai Lama's expelling other ethnic groups from Tibet is reverse discrimination.
According to Wikipedia, reverse discrimination refers to discrimination against members of a dominant or majority group, including a city or state, or in favor of members of a minority or historically disadvantaged group. Groups may be defined in terms of race, gender, ethnicity, or other factors.
It is not difficult to see that the Dalai Lama's comments reveal that he aims to make new inequalities and to disrupt the harmony of different ethnic groups in Tibet, which will not be accepted by all the people in Tibet.
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