Trouble in Exile

Trouble in Exile Tibetans are becoming increasingly frustrated by the Dalai Lama's message of peaceful resistance. They feel their spiritual leader's policies of compassion have failed to bring them closer to freedom.
"For me independence for Tibet is also my life. I will not be silent." Speaks Tenzin Tsundue a view invoked by many defying the Dalai Lama's preference for autonomy over independence. They believe that militant tactics are the only way to resist unconscionable China. "I'm calling upon Tibetans to go inside China and sabotage their economic structure," proclaims campaigner Lhasang Tsering.

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