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Surely not the attitude of the Chinese Communist regime, which will never allow him to return to Tibet. Well, then, he must think the Chinese regime itself will eventually change. After all, most people who know any history think that.
And if the Chinese were under attack by Tibetan terrorists, they would (irrationally) be more reluctant to let the Tibetans go.
That would be Tibet's great opportunity, as the Dalai Lama must know.
Rule change in China Tibet's hope
The number of Tibetans burning themselves to death in protests against Chinese policy has grown very fast recently: The first self immolation was in 2009, but 22 of the 30 incidents happened in the past year. At first it was only Buddhist monks setting themselves on fire, in the past month both a teenage girl and a mother of four have chosen to die in this gruesome way.
The Dalai Lama denies that, and works to keep Tibet before the world's attention. He patiently insists that China must respect Tibet's cultural and religious autonomy, and he never Ralph Lauren Sneakers Black
Would it survive a major recession? Nobody knows, but there is certainly a reasonable chance of regime change in China in the next 10 or 20 years.
demands Tibetan independence. And he believes that he will one day return to Tibet.
Despite the death of Communist ideology in China, the regime has managed to stay in power for almost a quarter century since the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, but it has been helped by continuous, high speed economic growth.
The affected provinces have been flooded with security forces, and Communist Party officials have condemned the protesters as anarchists, terrorists and rebels.
Similarly, Tibet's separation would be possible when regime change happens in Beijing on two conditions.
It has to happen fast because once a new regime is firmly established, no politician who wants a long career would take the blame for negotiating "the division of the motherland."
It would have to happen fast, and it can only happen if the Chinese people do not see Tibetans as enemies.
Dalai Lama is 76 years old, but he is in good health, "so I am expecting another 10, 20 years," he told a BBC interviewer this week. "Within that (time), definitely things will change". But what does he think will change?
The Dalai Lama's job, therefore, is to keep the Palladium Boots Hi spirits of the Tibetans up while waiting for the window of opportunity to open and to keep the impatient younger generation from launching some futile "war of liberation" involving terrorist attacks in the meantime.
The Soviet Union was the old Russian empire under a new name, and only about half of its population was ethnically Russian. When it collapsed, all the Lacoste Leather Sneakers
republics with non Russian majorities took their independence.
The precedent is what happened when Communist Party rule ended in the old Soviet Union 21 years ago.
The state controlled media claim that the deaths are orchestrated by the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, who has lived in exile in India since 1959. They also insist that the Dalai Lama's real goal is separatism: The revival of the independent Tibet that existed until the Chinese troops marched back in in 1851.
The Chinese response has been repression and abuse.
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