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Tibet needs better leadership The Dalai Lama does not qualify as a good leader If this man was a good leader then he would have had this cleared up a long time ago The life of the Tibetans is horrible Their homes and living style has been changed ever since the invasionAccording to the World Encyclopedia and Tibetcom The Tibetan people and culture have been under Chinese rule since 1950 Since then more than 12 million Tibetans have been killed another 100000 forced into exile and thousands imprisoned Recently the Chinese have discovered that Tibetan culture brings in tourists That causing hundreds of monasteries to be destroyed statues mutilated and religious treasures more than a thousand years old have been sold next to nothing but outside the cities sturdy nomads continue with their lives as they have for thousands of yearsThe changes that could be made if a new leader was brought into this beautiful country are they would be freed and live normal lives The Dalai Lama now doesnt seem to want to be free from China Another thing that could change is that millions upon millions could have their lives savedA new leader should be brought into office because the way the present leader is running the country The Dalai Lama promised many changes that would be made such as Commencement of earnest negotiations on the future status of Tibet and of relations between the Tibetan and Chinese people notice how this hasnt happened yet The Tibetans are suffering more by each month that passesAfter these changes are made the suffering could have a chance to stop The Dalai Lama doesnt want change because his life is great but for the other millions in the country it is a horrible life
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