Category: Opinion

Khampa regionalism and the blind U-Tsang

By Khampas, of course, I don’t mean all Khampas and by sanjor Khampas I don’t mean all sanjor Khampas. By Khampa sanjor dralok I of course don’t mean all Khampa sanjor dralok. This should be basic and clear to the reader. Continue reading “Khampa regionalism and the blind U-Tsang”

Genetic purification and the future of all living beings

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Throughout history, humans have tried to find answers to the problems they faced but to this day all their efforts failed. All religions failed. Capitalism, communism and all other -ism failed. All birth control and eugenics failed too. All attempts failed because we humans were not visionary enough, were not revolutionary enough and were obviously not bold enough. Continue reading “Genetic purification and the future of all living beings”

Tibetan Buddhism and the death of the Tibetan nation

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The Dalai Lama often said that without Buddhism we Tibetans are nothing. He explained that the fact we find people around the world who like us is not because we are wealthy or intellectual or beautiful as a people, but because we have Buddhism in its purest form to offer to the world. Continue reading “Tibetan Buddhism and the death of the Tibetan nation”

Struggling against the sleep of my U-Tsang people PART 2

This article is not about Tibet and China. It is not about Rangzen and Umaylam, nor is it about democracy or free speech strangulation in exile Tibetan world. So any questions you, the reader, might have regarding these topics can be put aside for now. This is a call to the people of Utsang to wake up: Continue reading “Struggling against the sleep of my U-Tsang people PART 2”

Is Indian citizenship a threat to Tibetan cause?

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Tibetans have been living in India as what they call themselves “refugees” since 1959 after the original Middle Way Approach that began in 1951 and which was subsequently rejected by China with a barrage of guns, artillery, and Continue reading “Is Indian citizenship a threat to Tibetan cause?”