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Dalai's brag about "peace" is nothing but lie

April 9, 2008

Xinhua [China's Official News Agency]
2008-04-08

China on Tuesday criticized that the Dalai Lama has proved with his own
acts that his brag for "peace" and "non-violence" is nothing but lie.

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu made the remarks at a
regular press conference on Tuesday afternoon when asked to comment on
the Dalai Lama's claim in his recent statement that he sticks to his
"middle way" approach and does not seek for "Tibet independence".

Jiang said the Dalai Lama is the head representative of the serf system
which integrates religion with politics in old Tibet.

Such serf system, which harbors no democracy, freedom and human rights
in any form, is the darkest slavery system in human history, Jiang said,
adding that only the serf owners could enjoy special privileges under
such a system.

The "middle way" approach that the Dalai Lama is pursuing for is aimed
at restoring his own "paradise in the past", which will throw millions
of liberated serf back into a dark cage, Jiang said.

"Such a 'middle way', who can accept it?" said Jiang.

On the Dalai Lama's claim that he is unconnected with the riots in
Lhasa, Jiang said "Dalai has always been dependent on telling lies",
noting that it does not matter much about what he said, only what he did.

One thing that the Dalai Lama has done recently is to instigate and
orchestrate the violence in Lhasa, Jiang said.

The Dalai Lama's own acts have proved "peace" and "non-violence" are all
lies to cheat people, Jiang said.

Jiang also added that the central government's policy toward the Dalai
Lama is consistent and the central government has been patiently keeping
contact with the Dalai Lama side.

"Our door to conduct dialogue with the Dalai Lama was open in the past
and is still open now", Jiang said.

Only if the Dalai Lama changed his mind, stopped separatist activities,
violence and sabotaging the Beijing Olympic Games, "we are still willing
to contact and consult with him", Jiang said.
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