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Why does Dalai clique incite Tibetans to boycott traditional new year celebration?

February 21, 2009

www.chinaview.cn 2009-02-16
Xinhua is the official press agency of the Communist Party of China and
the government of People’s Republic of China.

BEIJING, Feb. 15 (Xinhuanet) -- The illegal "Tibetan
Government-in-Exile" released a circular on Feb. 7, claiming "during the
Earth Ox Tibetan New Year, all festive events will be cancelled except
for those religious activities." It is the "official" announcement of
the "Tibetan Government-in-Exile" on celebrating the new year after
"Tibetan Women's Association," "Tibetan Youth Congress" and other
separatist organizations incited Tibetans to boycott the upcoming
festival. This has aroused wide concerns among people at home and
abroad. So why did the Dalai clique instigate Tibetans not to mark the
new year?


? ?Inciting Tibetans to boycott new year celebration is an attempt to
increase the impact of "Tibet Independence" inside China

The Dalai clique has come to understand that its attempt of splitting
Tibet from China would never succeed and it got nowhere after all these
years visiting foreign countries, making troubles at Chinese embassies
or consulates, disrupting the torch relay for the Beijing Olympic Games,
staging "indefinite" hunger strike, sending so-called petition letters
about Tibetan human rights to international human rights organizations
and politicians in the western world.

Who were adversely affected by Dalai's separatist activities overseas?
It is the governments and people in the countries where such activities
were held. However, the pressure arising thereafter on the Chinese
government was so limited and impact on the normal life of the Tibetan
people was almost insignificant.

The March 14 riot last year drew worldwide attention, aroused Chinese
people's anger and severely interrupted the peaceful and happy life of
Tibetans. Yet it made the Dalai clique believe that staging riots inside
China is "more effective."

By inciting Tibetans to boycott the new year celebration, the Dalai
clique attempts to deceive and instigate those Tibetans who are unclear
about the true nature of last year's riot in terms of traditional
customs and cultural life, with the purpose of expanding the influence
of "Tibet Independence" inside China.

Inciting Tibetans to boycott new year celebration is to apply pressure
to people in Tibet

The complete failure of the March 14 riot brought the Dalai clique to
the realization that it has to change its means by turning violence into
"making non-violence troubles." The Dalai clique started to incite
Tibetans not to celebrate the upcoming new year before March. By doing
so, it attempts to put pressure on people of various ethnic groups in
Tibet, interfere in and undermine commemorative activities to mark the
50th anniversary of serfs emancipation by Tibetans and people in other
parts of China, and cover up the evil history of how the three major
estate-holders --local officials, nobles and upper-ranking lamas --
exploited serfs in the old Tibet.

Inciting Tibetans to boycott new year celebration to deceive Tibetans
with the false impression of "non-violence"

The Dalai clique has been dreaming of "Tibet Independence" on its own
wishful thinking. Last year, the so-called "Tibetan Government-in-Exile"
decided on the strategy in the next step as taking "non-violent" means
to "strive for" "high degree of autonomy" at the "Special Meeting of
Tibetans" initiated by the Dalai Lama. "Non-violent" means are
considered deceitful as they could involve participation by some people
who have not seen through the true nature of Dalai.

In fact, it is the old trick of the western hostile forces and was used
in Bosnia, Kosovo and Chechnya. People will eventually see through the
true nature of the Dalai clique's "non-violence" and the good-natured
Tibetans will not be so easily fooled.
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