Thursday, October 22, 2009

China's bullying tactics - 7 - His Holiness the Dalai Lama

In an amazingly clear move, China now wants to forbid His Holiness the Dalai Lama to travel to western countries!
By the way, they recently also do not want him to visit Taiwan or even Arunachal Pradesh in India as you can see in previous posts here.... So perhaps His Holiness should not even leave his residence?

As Phalyul reports on October 22 in China sets three conditions for resumption of talks with Dalai Lama's envoys;

The Dalai Lama should stop travelling to the west as it jeopardizes China’s friendly relations with other countries, Zhu said, accusing the Tibetan leader of engaging in political activities in those countries.

This is not paranoia anymore, this is outright mentally disturbed!

Love & clear light,

China's bullying tactics - 6 - Japan

The good news is that China does not only bully other countries about the Dalai Lama. The bad news is that they bully just about everyone on everything.

China criticises Japan over Uighur exile visit
Reuters[Tuesday, October 20, 2009 19:07]

BEIJING - China chastised Japan on Monday for allowing a visit by an exiled Uighur activist who Beijing condemns as a separatist, opening a small crack of discord with Japan's recently elected government.

It seems that China is full of separatists and splittists that are all supported by just about all foreign countries. I wonder what the Chinese word for paranoia is?

Love & clear light,

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

China's bullying tactics - 5 - India

I hope to be wrong, but it seems that China is desperately looking for a fight with India. A few months ago, the Chinese started claiming that Arunachal Pradesh is their territory, and India's own Prime Minister and His Holiness the Dalai Lama should not go there....?

Now they are starting to show Kashmir as an independent state and treating Kashmir as an independent nation. reports on Oct.20:

Besides issuing separate visas to Indian passport holders from Jammu and Kashmir State China is now projecting Kashmir as an independent country on maps, media kits and tourist information brochures.

When will the Chinese ever be really concerned about saving face, and stop being every neighbor's pain in the *ss?

Love & clear light,

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Nepal becoming a Chinese province? - 3

From Phayul[Monday, October 12, 2009 17:13]

Nepal asks China for Beijing-Lhasa railway extension till Kathmandu

Dharamsala, October 12: Prime Minister of Nepal, Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal, has urged China for extending the Beijing-Lhasa railway line till Kathmandu, PTI reported.

As Beijing marked the 60th anniversary of Communist rule last week, police in Nepal quietly rounded up dozens of Tibetan exiles they said were suspected of planning to hold anti-China protests here. (AFP/File/Prakash Mathema) The report indicated that the new demand could have strategic geopolitical implications for India.

...In return, the Nepalese Prime Minister has assured not to allow any anti-China activity from its soil.

Whereas China has left Maoism behind a long time ago, the Maoist in Nepal are growing and growing in influence. Stuck in the middle are the Tibetan refugees. I wonder when the Chinese will come up with a story that Nepal was China all along in history...

Love & clear light,

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Nobel peace prize for Barrack Obama

OK, I'll admit it, I'm an Obama fan, his attitude is so much more positive then the retard who held the office 8 years before him...

His Holiness congratulates Obama, and in his letter to Obama it reads (from on Otober 10, 2009):

“The Committee has rightly noted your efforts towards a world without nuclear weapons and your constructive role in environmental protection. The 20th century was a century of bloodshed and all of us have the responsibility to make the 21st century a century of dialogue and co-operation. There is thus the need for concerted efforts from all sides in this highly interdependent world to promote and adopt a more compassionate approach."

"I have maintained that the founding fathers of the United States have made this country the greatest democracy and a champion of freedom and liberty. It is, therefore, important for today's American leaders to adopt principled leadership based on these high ideals. Such an approach will not only enhance the reputation of the United States, but also contribute tremendously to reducing tension in the world"

It may be interesting to also note the article "Obama’s Tibet plan: risks and opportunities" from ICT from 18 September.

Love & clear light,

China's bullying tactics - 4 - USA legislators

China, a country of over 1 billion people is scared of one simple Buddhist monk, guess who....

From, October 9, 2009:
China on Friday warned members of the US Congress to 'stop using the Tibet issue' to meddle in Beijing's domestic politics, after top US lawmakers gave a human rights award to the Dalai Lama.

Ummm... since when is a human rights award by US lawmakers an internal affair of China? Which part of  the US is now claimed to be Chinese territory?

Love & clear light,