#33

Is the protest and unrest in Tibet an external instigation exploiting the discontented nationals?

Is this not folly of the nationals to fall prey to such designs of unrest or protest? Is this the only way to embrace or stimulate change? Every one loses when incited to anger and chaos. The Tibetans have been feeling the lack of ‘something’ — many are caught between tradition and modernity (changes)… I do not know enough of its politics but this certainly is no way to resolve some discontents and unhappiness! Surely there must be a more congenial solution.

Those human rights groups do not stand to lose — it’s the nationals who need to pick up the pieces aftermath!

Why loot and burn the Chinese shops when these are the ones who actually bring in some stimuli to the economy, in its miniscule!? By setting fires to buildings, are these nationals not incurring more losses at every turn?

Recently the Icelandic singer, Bjork, deliberately shout out ‘Tibet, Tibet’ during her concert held in Shanghai Gymnastic Center. Is she in cahoot with those Western star celebrities like Spielberg or Richard Gere (was accused of obscene public behavior in India when he hugged and kissed Shilpa Shetty but was dismissed as frivolity) in undermining and politicising the forthcoming Olympic Games in Beijing? Is there link to these events?!

I hope the leaders both in Beijing and Tibet will resolve this with wisdom and integrity — for the sake of peace and humanity.

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