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Take off "tinted glasses" to see China

(China Tibet Online)

09:01, January 30, 2013

Key Words: religious circle; Tibetans; self-immolations

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Opposite to China's government and religious circle's reporting on the status quo of the self-immolation cases, the oversea separatist forces and their allies put forward "clichés" punitive responses and commentary on nearly all Chinese news and documents regarding the issue.

Almost equally eye-catching are the alleged "third party" or "neutral party" of some westerners including some right-wing personages such as the newly-elected Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, and their demonstration of supporting the 14th Dalai Lama and his separatist clique. On second thought, a reflection of their "tinted glasses" and "double standards" toward China can be fathomed.

"Kashag" cannot represent the public (Tibetans in exile)

By Jan. 22, 2013, the self-immolations of Tibetans in China had reached 99 cases. The tension evoked in China and foreign parties regarding the issue is gaining unprecedented heat.

On the one hand, China is putting efforts to investigate the brutal inciters and crackdown suspected groups with the sole aim to end the horrific act and maintain social stability; on the other hand, the "Tibet government-in-exile" is sparing no efforts to sell their campaign such as "self-immolations represent a new threshold of Tibetan despair and resentment" by the "exiled leader of Kashag", which is described as "jargons" that has been "bereft of any real meaning" in a recent news article on Phayul.

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