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masked_marsoe Advanced Member

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#41 14 years ago

I would image Tibet would become very similar to Bhutan, provided the ethnic Chinese left. Bhutan is quite unique in that it doesn't regard GDP/GNP as an indicator of success, only the happiness of the people.

Demoncratic goverment

:lookaround: Was that deliberate?




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#42 14 years ago
masked_marsoe;3410837I would image Tibet would become very similar to Bhutan, provided the ethnic Chinese left. Bhutan is quite unique in that it doesn't regard GDP/GNP as an indicator of success, only the happiness of the people. :lookaround: Was that deliberate?

so ethnic chinese should leave tibet?




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#43 14 years ago

They were only moved there by the Chinese government to control Tibet in the first place, and to swamp Tibet with Han Chinese so that the Tibetans could never be free.




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#44 14 years ago
masked_marsoe;3410848They were only moved there by the Chinese government to control Tibet in the first place, and to swamp Tibet with Han Chinese so that the Tibetans could never be free.

so diffrent ethnic peoples should not live together?, are you western?, if so i find that a very backwards view for westerner




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#45 14 years ago

That's not what I'm saying. The Chinese were shifted there to control the Tibetans, to outbreed them, to make Tibet an ethnically-Chinese region.

Tibet cannot realistically maintain a large population, regardless of ethnicity, and the Tibetan way of life is the only one suited to Tibet. It is one completely alien to contempory Chinese life. I doubt however, most Chinese would be willing to live a Tibetan lifestyle, and its most probable that is what the Tibetans would wish to return to, or at least a more modernised version like that of Bhutan.




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#46 14 years ago
masked_marsoe;3410879That's not what I'm saying. The Chinese were shifted there to control the Tibetans, to outbreed them, to make Tibet an ethnically-Chinese region. Tibet cannot realistically maintain a large population, regardless of ethnicity, and the Tibetan way of life is the only one suited to Tibet. It is one completely alien to contempory Chinese life. I doubt however, most Chinese would be willing to live a Tibetan lifestyle, and its most probable that is what the Tibetans would wish to return to, or at least a more modernised version like that of Bhutan.

i do not agree, towns and cities can be made most places now, so there is no need for "tibet" lifestyle




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#47 14 years ago

Who defines "need"?

An independent Tibet could not sustain itself with a Chinese-Westernised society. And cities do and did exist in Tibet, Lhasa for example, but not in the same way.




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#48 14 years ago

Eventually, they would be able to survive. But the difference is that they would have freedom.




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#49 14 years ago
Dragokatzov;3410775I think Tebit will be a free country if/when the Chinese Communist goverment is replaced with a Demoncratic goverment

True enough:nodding:




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#50 14 years ago
Look at that!;3410895i do not agree, towns and cities can be made most places now, so there is no need for "tibet" lifestyle

Towns and cities can be made, but even with massive irrigation projects, one cannot support a large population in a place like the Tibetan plateau. I still don't see why China would want to take Tibet, besides from showing the rest of the world how strong it was, being able to take on a massive military superpower like Tibet:rolleyes:

I asked where you are from so I may help determine your bias. If you were brought up in Europe or the USA or another area that considers freedom one of your natural rights, then you would probably advocate the freedom of a illegally occupied state, especially one that is being devastated by its occupiers. If you were brought up in a nation that values the state more than the people, your views may differ.