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CCTV netizen: Interference in China´s internal affairs not allowed

Source: | 04-14-2008 16:52

Special Report:   3.14 Tibet Riots

Many netizens across the world have voiced their indignation toward the brutal acts in Lhasa riots initiated by Dalai clique and their support to Chinese government. The following is an article from a Malaysia netizen, who would like to share his views on the recent Lhasa riots.

(Written by Sam Teng, Malaysia)

Tibet is an alienable part of China. Since the 13th century or 700 years ago, Tibet has been under the jurisdiction of the central government of China and at no time was there a separate country of Tibet. The recent unrest in Tibet is an internal affair of China. Any attempts by any country to get themselves involved in the Tibet issue is a blatant interference in the internal affairs of China. China is now a sovereign nation and it can take care of its own country and people. Those countries who tried to interfere should discard their old colonial thinking and mind their own business.

The Dalai Lama and his clique had revolted against the Chinese rule more than 50 years ago. Such act is tantamount to treason against the country. The recent unrest in Tibet appeared to be well planned and coordinated. The unrest happened so suddenly and disappeared equally fast. The protesters acted like terrorists and committed looting, burning of properties, injuring and killing that resulted in loss of many innocent people. Is this what you called peaceful protests?

We can see monks in their robes carrying out the criminal acts and atrocities. This is very shameful and a disgrace to the religion. In my entire life, I have never seen or heard such disgraceful acts by Buddhist monks. Apparently, this small group of the Dalai Lama clique had forgotten the principles of Buddhism and the teachings of the Great Gautama Buddha. More than 20 innocent people died in the Lhasa riots. The savage and brutal killings of the innocent victims irrespective of race or culture clearly show the barbaric acts of the terrorists. Those responsible must be punished according to the laws of the country to give justice to the innocent victims. My deepest and heartfelt condolences to the families and loved ones of these victims!

Despite the loss of public properties and many innocent lives initiated and committed by these protestors, the US and its Western lawmakers seemed oblivious to the whole situation. They are good in quickly putting the blame on China and asked the Chinese government to show restraint. What irony? It appears to me that the US lawmakers and its key western allies are condoning such acts of atrocities by the protestors. What about the human rights or freedom of the poor, innocent victims? Not a single word of sympathy do we hear from them on the loss of innocent lives. Is this what they term freedom of expression and human rights? What double standard?