SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – SAINYA SEVA MEDAL – SERVICE AWARD WITHOUT SERVICE WEAPON

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SAINYA SEVA MEDAL
Government of India awards Sainya Seva Medal to Service Personnel serving in Indian Armed Forces in recognition of ‘non-operational’ services under conditions of special hardship and severe climate. The bar or clasp shows the words ” NEFA ” in Hindi. To qualify for this award, an aggregate of one- year service in the North-East Frontier Agency (NEFA) is required. The Medal shows an image of Nanda Devi Himalayan mountain peak with a bamboo stand in the foreground.
I am proud of my military service in North East Frontier Agency (renamed ‘ARUNACHAL PRADESH) for several reasons. These are,
1. In 1962, Communist China’s War of Aggression across Himalayan Frontier motivated me to Resist, to Oppose and to Fight against Red China’s military threat posed from Occupied Tibet. 54 Years after the 1962 War, India is unwilling to part with her territory. India lost control of her territory in the LADAKH region as TIBET still remains under Chinese occupation.
2.Fortunately, in the North-East Himalayan Sector, India retains control over territory which we initially lost in the 1962 War. In 1972, I was very glad to serve in this area for one complete year and I could personally witness the fact that India is fully prepared to fight against Red China one more time. We are willing to do our best to keep ‘NEFA’ (ARUNACHAL PRADESH) under our control whatever may be the Chinese threats protests, and claims to territory she calls “Southern Tibet.” China, apart from illegal military occupation of Tibet, claims Indian territory publishing maps showing international borders. In recent years, China refused to issue visa to an Officer of the Indian Administrative Service who had earlier served in this region.
3.The tensions still exist and I am glad for we are better prepared now and if war is inevitable, we would welcome that challenge. To serve in NEFA, I was stationed at Doom Dooma, Assam. When I first arrived in Doom Dooma to join my Unit, the first thing that I was told by my Unit Adjutant was , ” Rudra, if you need a copy of your most recent photo, ask the Chinese Intelligence, and they could provide you one “. The Chinese Intelligence operatives or spies keep tabs on each Officer who is entering this area while keeping close watch on our movements.
4.We are neither threatened nor intimidated by this kind of Chinese surveillance. We want to assure China that we will not be deterred by their superior Intelligence capabilities.
5.I arrived in Doom Dooma without my Service Weapon issued by Indian Army as I am expected to participate in operations not known to Indian Army. My Unit in Doom Dooma is fully armed and equipped by the United States. While I arrived in Doom Dooma, US President Richard M. Nixon arrived in Peking seeking Communist Party Chairman Mao Zedong’s hand in friendship. I was not amused. I had no choice, no alternative for providing Military Service using Weapon for my personal protection. At Doom Dooma, I am predestined to oppose Red China without access to Service Weapon. I moved around in NEFA performing military tasks sanctioned by my Unit without carrying any Military Weapon.
INDIAN ARMY’S COMMITMENT TO ITS MEN :
In Indian Army, we take pride in looking after our men and very often we stretch ourselves to do our best to safeguard the welfare of our men even under the most difficult circumstances. And we maintain this attitude while extending help to others who may not be members of our Service. I remember my visit to a Forward Company location when a Sub-Inspector of Police came to me asking for medical attention. He belonged to the Central Reserve Protection Force and was dispatched to this difficult area without any prior health screening. I will not be surprised if the same thing is happening today. We deploy police personnel to work in remote areas and we do not care and value their services. This Police Officer was not medically fit to serve in this area and no attempt was made to ascertain his physical fitness to perform the task for which he was sent . Fortunately, he survived the long trek and very difficult and physically challenging climb to reach the Government Clinic where I was voluntarily providing services to all civilians residing in that area. I examined him and found his blood pressure to be very high and he was at a great risk of suffering from a stroke which could be fatal or cause paralysis. He had undiagnosed high blood pressure for a long time and I could also find evidence that his kidneys were already damaged. He needed immediate hospital treatment and required emergency evacuation. His Police Department never cared to inquire about his well-being before giving him the posting order. Where as in the Armed Forces, we routinely interview the men and get them medically examined before they are sent to difficult areas. I prepared a note about his medical condition and the Signal Company Operators immediately dispatched this message. Within minutes, my request for Emergency Medical Evacuation was approved. Doom Dooma Air Force Station was asked to send a helicopter. After a short while, I received a call from the helicopter pilot who spoke to me on his radio and informed me that he was sitting in his helicopter and was ready to take off as soon as the weather permits. That was a particularly, rainy and cloudy day with very poor visibility and the mission was really challenging. The pilot had assured me that he would fly in spite of all odds and would pick up my patient. The control tower was closely monitoring the clouds and they were waiting for a window of opportunity to make this trip while the cloud system moves through the mountain valley. He had asked me to keep the patient ready at the helipad and that he would not be able to spend even an extra minute on the ground. Instantly, the whole scenario at my Company location got transformed. The day started on a very dull note. It was raining and there was dense fog. Suddenly, everybody got busy. As per standing orders, armed men were sent to secure our landing strip, weather signs were posted, helipad was marked with fresh paint. Equipment for Fire-Fighting and Smoke Signaling were positioned on the ground. We erected a small shelter for the patient to rest while awaiting evacuation. A Sub-Inspector of Police suddenly became the focus of attention literally transforming him into a ‘VIP’ or Very Important Person. He was worried about his senior officers who had transferred him to this station. He was concerned that he might offend them by leaving his duty station without their prior permission. I reassured him and told him that Indian Army would accept total responsibility for sending him to hospital and that we value him and care for his well-being and that we would not expect any person to perform duty when their personal health is at risk. The pilot made the bold trip as promised and safely transported him to a Service Hospital at Air Force Station, Jorhat. The Sub-Inspector of Police told me that he would never forget this particular day of his life on which he could directly experience the sense of urgency with which we acted and treated him as if he is the most precious thing on earth.
I love this Sainya Seva Medal, the Service Award I earned at Doom Dooma without using Service Weapon. I love Doom Dooma for the opportunity it gave to me to demonstrate my commitment to serve the men who serve our country without any concern for my personal safety.
Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
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DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA HINTS AT MAO ZEDONG’S DOWNFALL

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DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA HINTS AT MAO ZEDONG’S DOWNFALL.

I say, “Mao Zedong Lives” for his Occupation of Tibet survives apart from his Single-Party governance of China that he has put in place shaping lives of millions of people.

I am Witness to his Failure in 1971 when he failed to attack India to abort Liberation of Bangladesh War. He was too busy plotting the murder of his Defence Secretary and purging top-ranking officials of People’s Liberation Army. I am Witness to his Success in Vietnam War when he outmaneuvered Nixon-Kissinger who deserve equal credit for their Vietnam Treason.

Mao Zedong Lives. Red China is still in Tibet. At this moment, Mao Zedong’s Communist Party appears to be invincible. However, I visualize Mao Zedong as Queen of Babylon whose Downfall is Revealed in The New Testament Book ‘REVELATION, Chapter 18, Verses 1-24. Mao Zedong’s Evil Red Empire awaits the Fate of Babylon revealed by Prophet John. Mao Zedong’s Babylon is Doomed. No One on Earth can avert this Calamity, Disaster, and Catastrophe that humbles Mao Zedong.

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China’s Biggest History “What-If”: If Mao Zedong Died in 1949

Robert Farley
September 23, 2016

For thirty-seven years, Mao Zedong occupied a singular position atop the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), governing organization of the world’s largest country. For over a dozen years, Mao had led the CCP through wilderness (literally), fighting off factional opponents, the armies of Chiang Kai Shek, and the invading forces of the Empire of Japan. In the next decades, Mao would put a deep imprint on the politics and history of China, rarely for the good.

Modern scholarship on the history of the CCP has demonstrated that Mao rarely, if ever, had complete control over the Party machinery. He struggled through his entire tenure against competitors, both bureaucratic and ideological. Many of the decisions Mao made had strong support from the rest of the CCP, and emerged more from consensus that from authoritarian diktat. Nevertheless, the CCP and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) bore the special imprint of Mao’s ideological conviction and genius for infighting.

What if Mao had died in 1949, shortly after the declaration of the existence of the People’s Republic of China? How might China’s domestic and foreign policy have fared in the absence of the Great Helmsman?

Ideology and Factionalism:

For better or worse, Mao Zedong supplied a strong ideological foundation for the existence of the CCP, and for its provision of single-party control over the PRC. This melded a modified form of Marxist economic doctrine with Soviet state Leninism, leavened by a strong dose of anti-colonial thought. This ideological foundation, and the cult of personality that the CCP established around Mao, helped provide unity for the party and the state throughout the PRC’s early years, allowing it to weather such crises as the Korean War, the ongoing challenge of the survival of Chiang Kai Shek’s regime on Taiwan, and the Sino-Soviet Split. It also helped drive crises, including the Great Leap Forward, the aforementioned split with the USSR and the Cultural Revolution.

But Mao Zedong was far from the only important figure in the CCP in 1949. The struggle against Chiang and the Japanese had given many prominent commanders and administrators the chance to prove their worth. Other major political players in 1949 included Peng Dehuai, senior PLA commander; Liu Shaoqi, a key theorist and administrator; Zhou Enlai, Mao’s long-time right-hand man; Lin Biao, another senior commander and close confidant of Mao; Zhu De, founder of the PLA; Gao Gang, Bo Yibo, and Chen Yun, chief economic administrators; Deng Xiaoping, protégé of Liu Shaoqi, and Yang Shangkun, military and political leader during the Revolution.

Mao’s prominence among this group played an important role in stifling infighting; he could command sufficient legitimacy inside and outside the party that the other major players remained in check. It is unlikely that any other figure in the PRC could have provided the same degree of prestige and ideological heft. This would have made it difficult, at least in the early going, to pursue a “cult of personality” state-building strategy.

In Mao’s absence, the factions that formed around these prominent figures (and others) might have descended into open combat with one another. As is often the case with revolutionary insurgencies, the Chinese Communist Party was riven with factionalism even as it took power in Beijing in 1949. Different components of the People’s Liberation Army had fought entirely different wars, in different areas, with different tactics and organizational structures.
Powerbrokers within the CCP commanded the allegiance of portions of the PLA, which provided them with security from factional conflict. Without Mao to keep them in check, the PLA itself might have become embroiled in political infighting. Moreover, the USSR (which had substantial influence in the 1950s) might have decided to support one faction or another, leading to even more fighting.

Domestic Policy:

Mao Zedong was the primary driver behind the Great Leap Forward, a project designed to spur industrialization but that instead resulted in massive famine. Mao wasn’t alone; much of the rest of the CCP supported, or at least acquiesced, in the project. However, Mao’s idiosyncratic views on expertise, and his faith in the power of the peasantry, made the Great Leap much worse than it otherwise might have been. In the end, millions died in a campaign that Liu Shaoqi himself declared resulted from “70% human error.” The Great Leap also resulted in the purging of Peng Dehuai (critic of Mao), and the sidelining of Mao from the day-to-day domestic decision-making process. Under the guidance of Liu Shaoqi or similar figure, China would likely not have embarked on such a risky, dangerous course towards modernization, and millions might have lived.

The sidelining of Mao after the Great Leap Forward helped set the stage for the next great upheaval. The Cultural Revolution did not spring fully formed from the mind of Mao Zedong, but he did drive most of its main elements, and the ideological brew it created benefitted Mao at the expense of his competitors. Mao fueled the sense of ideological resentment among a younger generation of Chinese students in order to break the back of the parts of the CCP that opposed him and that, in the early 1960s, had worked hard to sideline him. The impact was dreadful in nearly every way imaginable; millions died, Chinese state capacity atrophied, science and innovation slowed, and the PRC withdrew from the international community. While some of the underlying tensions in China would have existed even without Mao, he played a key role in activating those tensions, and creating a political disaster of epic proportions. Without Mao, China might not have lost an entire decade of economic, social, and technical progress.

Foreign Relations:

The PRC stood in precarious position in the wake of its declaration. The Republic of China, led by Chiang Kai Shek, remained in existence on Formosa, with the United States acting as apparent security guarantor. The Soviet Union offered ideological, military, and economic support, but at the price of full alignment. For a decade, the PRC took this deal. The Soviets supplied support for Chinese military operations in Korea, and helped lay the foundation for the PRC’s military-industrial complex. The Soviets also helped jumpstart China’s nuclear weapons program.

In 1956, Nikita Khrushchev’s turn against Stalin’s cult of personality cut hard into Mao’s own ideological foundation. Tensions increased as China and the USSR pursued divergent approaches to confrontation with the West; Mao preferred taking risks, while Khrushchev wanted to play it safe. Mao had managed to maintain control over the greater part of the foreign policy apparatus of the PRC, giving him ample space to carry out a feud with the USSR. While other voices within China also resented the Soviets, Mao’s ideological convictions, along with his special role at the top of the CCP, helped poison Sino-Soviet relations and bring about a dramatic split between the two countries.

Ten years later, Mao would override many of the rest of the senior leadership (Lin Biao, longtime confidant, died under suspicious circumstances) to seek an opening with the United States. This decision, which permanently detached China from the increasingly moribund USSR and paved the way for opening the PRC’s economy and society, remains Mao’s most meaningful positive contribution to China’s success. Without Mao, the PRC might have pursued Lin Biao’s preferred policy of re-engaging with the Soviet Union.

Parting Thoughts:

China would have struggled to emerge from civil war and its agrarian roots regardless of who guided the ship of state. The establishment of the cult of personality around Mao undoubtedly helped prevent some nasty conflicts between the leaders of the CCP, and assured a degree of unity against foreign foes. But it also gave Mao Zedong, a man with a special talent for human misery, the ability to guide the destinies of hundreds of millions of people for several decades.

ROBERT FARLEY, a frequent contributor to TNI, is author of The Battleship Book. He serves as a Senior Lecturer at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky. His work includes military doctrine, national security, and maritime affairs. He blogs at Lawyers, Guns and Money and Information Dissemination and The Diplomat.

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DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA PLAYS TIBET CARD AT MICHIGAN FOR HISTORICAL TOUCHDOWN

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Doomsayer of Doom Dooma Plays ‘Tibet Card’ for “Historical Michigan TouchDown.”  SCORES TOUCHDOWN WITHOUT TOSSING BALL. HAIL TO THE VICTORS!!!

As Doomsayer of Doom Dooma, I play ‘TIBET CARD’ to Win in Football Game  with “Historical Michigan TouchDown.” My ‘Tibet Connection’ is always about my Place of Residence during My Life Journey.

I lived in Mylapore, Madras when Richard M. Nixon served as Vice President. My ‘Mylapore Connection’ on one hand shaped my Spirit of Nationalism and on the other hand prepared me for my ‘Nagarjuna Connection’ in 1962 when Communist China attacked India while my father worked in Nizamabad and Nalgonda. This mental preparation lead to my joining Indian Army Medical Corps in September 1969. On completion of Basic Military Training, I served in Special Frontier Force during Presidency of Nixon and Gerald Rudolph Ford formulating Lifetime affiliation. At Doom Dooma, I recognized the pattern of my ‘Mylapore Connection’, ‘Nagarjuna Connection’ and of Tibet, India, and the US Connection. Historical events continuously followed one another guiding my Destiny.

Doomsayer of Dooma Plays ‘Tibet Card to Win in Football Game with “Historical Michigan TouchDown.” Scores TouchDown without Tossing Ball. HAIL TO THE VICTORS!!!

During 1934, Gerald Ford played for University of Michigan Wolverines Football Team long before Red China’s military invasion of Tibet. But, Ford formulated my ‘Doom Dooma – Ann Arbor Connection’ for Providence shaped his destiny giving him historical opportunity to serve as 38th President of the United States without getting elected by people. It is not my choice. My ‘Doom Dooma Connection’ to Nixon – Ford Presidency may seem remote but my Journey to the United States to live in Ann Arbor, Michigan makes it possible to play ‘Tibet Card’ without fear of retribution or retaliation by Communist China which takes pride in her Superior Military Power.

Doomsayer of Doom Dooma Plays ‘Tibet Card’ to Win in Football Game with “Historical Michigan TouchDown.” Scores TouchDown without Tossing Ball. HAIL TO THE VICTORS!!!

I am playing ‘Tibet Card’ to Win Football Game without Tossing Ball. I will Win when Heaven Strikes in Pudong Dragon’s Field, a “Historical Michigan TouchDown.” World gives importance to “Historical Michigan TouchDown” for it marks ‘Regime Change’; similar to ‘Dinosaur Extinction’ following ‘Bolide TouchDown’ during events of K-T Junction.

“TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN” – HAIL TO THE VICTORS!!!

Doomsayer of Doom Dooma Plays ‘Tibet Card’ to Win in Football Game to score “Historical Michigan TouchDown” without Tossing Ball. HAIL TO THE VICTORS!!!
Doomsayer of Doom Dooma Plays 'Tibet Card' to Score "Historical Michigan TouchDown" without Tossing Ball. World Rejoices Singing 'Hail to the Victors'.
Doomsayer of Doom Dooma Plays ‘Tibet Card’ to Score “Historical Michigan TouchDown” without Tossing Ball. World Rejoices Singing ‘Hail to the Victors’.

World Rejoices “Historical Michigan TouchDown” Singing ‘HAIL TO THE VICTORS’!!!

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WITH BEIJING, DOES DELHI HAVE A TIBET CARD?

Doomsayer of Doom Dooma Plays ‘Tibet Card’ to Score “Historical Michigan TouchDown.” His Holiness the Dalai Lama with India’s Prime Minister Nehru in 1956 while I lived in Mylapore.

Prashant Jha, Hindustan Times, New Delhi| Updated: Sep 21, 2016 09:57 IST

Tibetan spiritual leader The Dalai Lama at a meeting with the then Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1956. (Popperfoto/Getty Images)

When Narendra Modi took oath on May 26, 2014, there was a surprise guest at Rashtrapati Bhawan – Lobsang Sangay, the Prime Minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
Four months later, when China’s President Xi Jinping visited Ahmedabad, the security administration was instructed to crack down on Tibetan protesters.
The contrasting images take us to the heart of the underlying tension in India’s Tibet policy. Delhi does not want to antagonise China, and clearly recognises its limitations. But it provides home to Tibetan people as well as the government-in-exile, and is keen to emphasise the cultural connectivity between Tibet and India. Sections of the establishment have sought to use it as leverage but with an extraordinary increase in Chinese power, India’s ability to play the ‘Tibet card’ has diminished even further.

NEHRU AND TIBET

During colonial rule, British accepted Chinese ‘suzerainty’ – and not sovereignty — over Tibet, but maintained independent diplomatic ties. India saw itself as a natural successor of the same relationship. But the script got complicated as China invaded Tibet in 1950.
Sardar Patel was deeply concerned. In a now-famous letter to Nehru in November 1950, he warned of a two-front threat. “The tragedy of it is that the Tibetans put faith in us; they chose to be guided by us; and we have been unable to get them out of the meshes of Chinese diplomacy or Chinese malevolence.”
This represents the strong impulse within the Indian system — which continues till date — to see Tibet as an issue where India has a responsibility. It was also an implicit criticism of Nehru for not doing enough to nip Chinese designs.

But Gyalo Thondup, the brother of Tibet’s spiritual head Dalai Lama, has written of how Nehru had sent him three separate messages, asking Tibetans to mobilise militarily and offering Indian assistance. Thondup did not hear back from his own government for six months. By then, it was too late.
In his recent autobiography, former diplomat MK Rasgotra reveals that Nehru twice sent a confidant to Lhasa to sound out the Dalai Lama’s cabinet about applying for UN membership. Tibet only applied after the Chinese Army had invaded.

Nehru only then reconciled himself to Chinese control over Tibet and underplayed differences. “The realist in Nehru recognised the reality of China’s effective occupation of Tibet,” writes Rasgotra. In 1954, India gave up its rights on Tibet and recognised it as a “region of China”. The period of focusing on the convergence rather than differences was short-lived though.

THE DALAI LAMA ARRIVES

According to historian Srinath Raghavan, China suspected India had assisted Khampa rebels planning to launch a resistance in 1956. But this perception, he concludes, is not rooted in facts. Nehru had told Dalai Lama during a visit in 1956-57 that an armed struggle was futile, and that he would not permit any activity in India. He also almost forced Dalai Lama to return home even though…..

DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA PLAYS TIBET CARD AT MICHIGAN

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As Doomsayer of Doom Dooma, I play ‘TIBET CARD’ to Win at Football. My ‘Tibet Connection’ is always about my Place of Residence during My Life Journey.

I lived in Mylapore, Madras when Nixon served as Vice President. I lived in Doom Dooma, serving in Special Frontier Force during Presidency of Nixon and Gerald Rudolph Ford. During 1934, Ford played for University of Michigan Wolverines Football Team long before Red China’s military invasion of Tibet.

I am playing ‘Tibet Card’ to Win at Football without tossing Ball. I will Win when Heaven Strikes Pudong Dragon’s Field, a “Touch Down” World cannot ignore.

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DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA PLAYS TIBET CARD

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As Doomsayer of Doom Dooma, I play ‘TIBET CARD’ to Win at Football. My ‘Tibet Connection’ is always about my Place of Residence during My Life Journey.

I lived in Mylapore, Madras when Nixon served as Vice President. I lived in Doom Dooma, serving in Special Frontier Force during Presidency of Nixon and Gerald Rudolph Ford. During 1934, Ford played for University of Michigan Wolverines Football Team long before Red China’s military invasion of Tibet.

I am playing ‘Tibet Card’ to Win at Football without tossing Ball. I will Win when Heaven Strikes Pudong Dragon’s Field, a “Touch Down” World cannot ignore.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
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DOOMSAYER OF DOOM DOOMA HINTS AT DOWNFALL OF ARROGANT NATION – EVIL RED EMPIRE

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As per Fox News Report, Exiled Supreme Leader of Tibet His Holiness the Dalai Lama hints at EU-Like Arrangement between Tibet and China. In terms of size of territory, China + Tibet  = European Union. But China + Tibet Union will fall apart. Doomsayer of Doom Dooma hints at Sudden, Unexpected Downfall of Evil Red Empire for it is Stubborn, Arrogant, and Wicked.

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Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama offers a sweet to a person, during a press conference , in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. The Dalai Lama says there should be dialogue with Islamic State extremists to end bloodshed in Syria and Iraq, and argues that religion is never a justification for bloodshed. The spiritual leader is on a six day visit to France. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama offers a sweet to a person, during a press conference , in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. The Dalai Lama says there should be dialogue with Islamic State extremists to end bloodshed in Syria and Iraq, and argues that religion is never a justification for bloodshed. The spiritual leader is on a six day visit to France. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) (The Associated Press)

PARIS – The Dalai Lama has praised the European Union for preserving national cultures while pursuing collective goals, suggesting it could be a model for Tibet within China.
On a tour of Europe, the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader said Thursday: “We are very much impressed by the spirit of the European Union – independent, sort-of sovereign states” in which “the common interest is more important.”

It was rare praise for a bloc struggling for unity after Britain’s vote to leave.

The Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile are seeking autonomy for Tibet but not independence.

“We happily join or remain within the People’s Republic of China provided they must respect our unique culture including language,” he said in Strasbourg at the Council of Europe, the continent’s human rights authority.

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The Exiled Supreme Ruler of Tibet His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama expressed deep concern about Cultural Genocide in Occupied Tibet.

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UNPACIFIED PLATEAU: TIBET

Disorienting social and economic change is under way in Tibet. The exiled Dalai Lama accuses China of “cultural genocide” (monasteries are being harassed, and in some parts of the plateau Chinese-language education erodes traditional ways). Government infrastructure investment in the Tibetan Autonomous Region has spurred mass tourism, but Tibetan resentment at missing out on tourism – and construction-related jobs was a big cause of rioting in Lhasa and elsewhere in 2008. Nor do the 6 million Tibetans (seen as troublemakers by China) migrate much to places with more opportunities: only around 1% have settled outside the plateau. The few private-sector jobs in Tibet mostly go to Han Chinese, so educated Tibetans mostly work for the government. The Chinese name for Tibet, Xizang, means “western treasure house” but Tibetans have little share in its spoils.

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