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Dalai Lama's Retirement: political farce (4)
08:35, April 06, 2011  

Based on the analysis of the role designed for the Dalai Lama in the "Charter", which till now is in full effect in the Dalai clique, the article says "the so-called 'Tibet Administration in Exile' is anything but 'democracy, freedom, human rights".

It is convincing to believe that other than fitting to the western "universal values", the "Tibet Administration in Exile"is absolutely a totalitarian autarchy dominated by a gang of illegal theocratic enthusiasts who were led by the Dalai Lama as the ringleader.

What makes the Dalai Lama a spiritual leader and a practical controller? What makes the Dalai Lama and his followers an international "brand"? The reason lies in that he has had the supreme right a descended from the feudal serfdom of old Tibet in the past decades plus some western politicians have euphemized, advocated and supported his political influence. In other words, without the leadership of the Dalai Lama could his followers- a bunch of political and religious power holders- never carry on for another single day!

When the Dalai Lama proposed "retirement", Samdhong Rinpoche, chief Kalon of the clique, immediately stated that they had no capability to take over the government without the Dalai Lama. His "ambassador" to the United States of America also admitted that his leadership would not change even if he retired and that there would be no need to state it so clearly in black and white.

The western media and scholars generally believe that the Dalai Lama will probably pull strings behind the scenes to influence the political policy on overseas Tibetans and that as long as he lives he will always hold the absolute leadership.

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