Q7: Why Dalai Lama is despised by Netizens?
Before each self-immolation, it was always accompanied by activities such as "religious affairs" or "assemble meeting" organized by the Dalai Clique. The Chinese netizens gave an insight into the case.
Netizens said the Dalai Lama and his followers who were all religious figures had intervened in politics. It should not be allowed by any civilized society.
The Dalai Lama's motive is clear: to restore the feudal serfdom system in Tibet under the cloak of "democracy", "election" and "peace" with helps from his foreign partners.
Neither the history nor the people would agree.
The netizens' voices generally represent the public opinions. We wonder if the Dalai Lama is aware of the fact that he is despised by the public.
The Dalai Lama isn't worth of worship. He has never felt contented for his super privilege as head of the feudal serfdom society. So today it is impossible for the monk to "debase himself" and join in carrying out the "democracy".
Here, I would like to give a piece of advice to the Dalai Lama that if he continued to place himself against the country and the people, he wouldn't have a good end.
Don't even think about trying to separate Tibet from China. All the 56 ethnic groups unite together here.
The following is a letter written by a netizen to the Dalai Lama and his western supporters:
I ask God, "When will Tibet be independent?"
God answers, "It is impossible until the earth comes to the end."
I ask, "Why do some people still play tricks to split China?'"
God illustrates, "They are ignorant, boring and inhuman."
I am confused and ask, "Why don't you punish them?'"
God says, "I am in charge of human beings' behaviors rather than domestic animals."
I ask, "Who will be responsible for them?'"
God answers contemptuously, "You'd better ask 'Miss Liberty' in US.'"
"The white pretentious woman standing at the harbor called 'Liberty'? "
"Yes, it is her.'"
"Well, to be frank, I don't believe in her."