Sad news, the Dalai Lama is no longer the poilitical leader of Tibet:
News | The Office of His Holiness The Dalai Lama
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Yes, we must remember this is the head of state of a government in exile which fled to India when China militarily conquered their country which still remains quite evidently under military occupation.
That China is indifferent to human rights has never been in doubt, the government there seems to be gaining an understanding there are some limitations to their capacity to supress such rights, but its a nominal change and as regards Tibet, there doesn't seem to be much accomodation for their cultural and religious differences. China has a racist government and its policies towards minority ethnicities in China are intolerant. In Tibet they are subsidizing mass migrations which in effect colonise Tibet with an alien population and displace Tibetans.
China said Mar 7 that there will be only small repercussions due to religious reasons when the Dalai Lama passes away but that the overall situation in Tibet will not be affected. "Of course there will be a little repercussions due to religious factors, but we will take that into consideration and will surely guarantee the long-term political stability in Tibet," the official Xinhua news agency Mar 7 quoted Qiangba Puncog, chairman of the Standing Committee of Tibet Autonomous Regional People's Congress, as saying while attending China’s annual parliamentary session in Beijing.
The report further quoted Qiangba Puncog as saying, "I dare not say that Tibet will not see any incidents, big or small, forever, but I dare say that the current situation in Tibet is on the whole stable, and the Tibetan people wish for stability and object to trouble-making." The report also referred to the Dalai Lama’s view that the institution of his reincarnation might also be abolished after his death but rejected the possibility of it. "What he said does not count," it quoted Padma Choling, chairman of the Tibet autonomous regional government, as saying. "We must respect the historical institutions and religious rituals of Tibetan Buddhism. I am afraid it is not up to anyone to abolish the reincarnation institution or not," he was quoted as adding.
China says Dalai Lama's end won't affect Tibet's stability - Tibetan Review
Terrorism doesn't exist only with the "Islamic" culture (as rabid Islamophobes would put it), but with state policy. But this broader view is quite out of favor, especially among those who gain -- or believe they gain -- something from such oppression. In other words, we're doomed to repeat the past, and militarism becomes necessary yet again. In this case, people forget how Tibet was around before the PRC found the need to dominate it.
Post by post, building his arguments by smashing a couple of theirs -- for America.