BEIJING, CHINA – On Wednesday, Li Changping, a member of the standing committee of the Sichuan Committee of the Communist Party of China has stated that the Dalai Lama is a “separatist” who is behind the self-immolations in Tibet and the “stably developing trend in the Tibetan-populated regions” is out of control.
In an open press during the ongoing legislative meeting, Sichuan Delegation said “The Dalai Lama clique have made more attempts to split China, a few monks and nuns of the Tibetan-populated regions echoed them at a distance. But these people can neither represent all Tibetans nor stop the stably-developing trend in these regions.”
In the past few months there has be chain of self-immolation and reports of mob attacks on police in Sichuan’s volatile Tibetan areas. Two people have been reported dead and many have been injured, although the exact numbers are unreported. China blames the Dalai Lama for all that is occurring in the country.
The Dalai Lama has been blamed as the main obstacles for the development for Tibetan Buddhism. He has also been called as the ring leader for the “free Tibet ” movement and the creator of Anti- China movement around the world.
Li said ”Our combat with the Dalai Lama clique is not on the ethical or religious fronts but a serious political struggle. Unity and stability bring blessings while separation and turmoils result misfortune. Tibetan people are firm and resolute in their combat with the Dalai Lama clique and have successfully made one after another tough, preemptive and political contests with the separatist forces. The hearts of Tibetan people are always favoring Beijing and the Communist Party of China. The separatist activities of Dalai Lama clique are doomed to fail”
There are many biased information in the People’s Republic of China on Tibetan human rights movement and the real intention behind the Dalai Lama and its followers. Some spokesperson have commented that the money supply for The Dalai Lama has been established by the Israel government, whereas others states that these acts are not according to the Buddha’s teachings.