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Self-immolator 3: How I become a fanatic

12-27-2012 10:07 BJT

Editor's note: an ordinary Tibetan young man, a young lama practicing Buddhism, who nearly set himself on fire and was about to be abandoned by the instigators. What role does the "Tibet government-in-exile" play in this case? What are the lies and the truth behind the flames? From today on, the China Tibet Online will release the story of a young Buddhist, a potential self-immolator enticed by the book titled "Repentance-from Dharamsala" written by Xiaolin.

Now, self-immolation on the Jokhang Temple Square in Lhasa, the most unforgettable thing for Gyatso , the potential self-immolator, is still the last thing he wants to mention.

“Every time I think of the self-immolation scene, I always feel my heart is burning, like my body is all enveloped in flames except my head. I was suffering a painful struggle in the conflagration and I could neither live nor die,” said Gyatso.

The story of Gyatso, a young lama who once dreamed to “sacrifice himself to religion”, left only doubts, puzzles, shocks and deep sympathies in people’s mind.

As a persistent Buddhist sutras learner, a hopeful young man from a remote village and a son of an honest herdsman, Gyatso never lost himself in trivial things, and always tried to fly out of his hometown to achieve a great cause and shoot to fame.

That’s the true reflection of Gyatso before his fate suddenly changed.

But in Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh, India, which was also the headquarters of the "Tibet government-in-exile", Gyatso, the young man with a pure heart was trapped in a “Bermuda Triangle” of thought. He was lost in the false auras created by the Dalai clique, and gave up himself for a deluded “independent fighter medal”.

Thus, Gyatso was involved in the political whirlpool with a twisted soul forced by others in an ignorant state. He has turned to an extremist who takes suicide as his greatest joy from an inward-looking lama. When committing self-immolation, it seems that what he has burned was not a body but pieces of old clothes.

However, Gyatso didn’t know that he was already abandoned and thrown out of the board by the Dalai clique.

Gyatso once said in an interview that there were and will be many impulsive young men like him who might follow the path of self-immolation if the Dalai clique still propagates “Tibet Independence” in the overseas through all kinds of means like films and newspapers.

Unfortunately, what Gyatso had concerned came true now. One after another young people have set themselves on fire and lost their lives under the incitation of the Dalai clique.

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: Tibet.cn

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