The Times of India published an article entitled "Dalai Lama is US-controlled Nazi: China" on Mar, 25 as a response to a commentary entitled "Seven Questions to Dalai Lama" made by China Tibet Online last Thursday.
It said the Chinese media descried the Dalai Lama as a US-controlled Nazi and blamed him for inciting Tibetans to commit self-immolations by referring directly to the original sentences in the Seven Questions.
"It is doubtable that the Dalai Lama would speak on behalf (of) Tibetans as he is sponsored by the US and his relatives work for the CIA," it quoted.
In response to the commentary's evidence that the Dalai Lama tries to stir up national hatred and has declared to expel non-Tibetans out from Tibet, it referred directly to the original text, "The remarks of the Dalai Lama remind us of the uncontrolled and cruel Nazi during the Second World War.... How similar it is to the Holocaust committed by Hitler on the Jewish!"
When coming to the recent incidents of self-immolations, it copied that the Dalai Lama is making people feel that those who commit suicide will win the privilege of the Tibetan leader praying for their soul.
In Seven Questions to Dalai Lama, the author accused the so-called spiritual leader of instigating Tibetans to torch themselves by praising their boldness and asking them to forgo Loshar festival celebrations as a mark of respect for those committing suicide.
"The Dalai Lama still treats himself as the serf owner, Tibet as his property and its people as his slaves," the commentary said.
It criticized the Tibetan leader's remarks that the government's policies, including the use of Chinese language in Tibetan schools, were eroding Tibet's culture. It called the Tibetan leader a "tricky liar skilled in double dealing" who wants to build a "Berlin Wall" of ethnic segregation and confrontation.
From: China Tibet Online
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