Comments:Dalai Lama threatens to resign if situation in Tibet worsens
Out of ContextEdit
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His Holiness was quoted out of context here. For clarification you can see his site here.
I am slightly puzzled why the United States is always urging other countries to "tolerate" and "mediate" when they clearly have done nothing of the sort in the Middle East. Thoughts? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Cade (talk • contribs) 03:29, 24 March 2008 (UTC)
RESIGNATION IS NOT THE SOLUTION,SIR....Edit
Resigning is equal to quitting from the field. The need of the hour is that how we can resolve thls issue of 1959.. In this regard, I feel that a dialogue between His Holiness
and the chinese government is the best way to settle the on going tensions in Tibet
Our His Holiness must come ahead and invite the chinese part to have a dialogue to solve
the onging issue in the presence of the delegations from U.N.O. The high profile venture
must take place in that country having cordial relation with both India and China.