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These things would have been of great benefit for strengthening ourselves and weakening and isolating the enemy. However, as I have just set out above, because the investigation was not thorough, careful or in accordance with the actual situation, this led to many people being given the label "black" and to the range of the attack being too broad, and so many households whose property should not have been confiscated did have their property confiscated. This made the people feel suspicious, anxious and disappointed with us.
A major portion of this text is therefore devoted to a discussion of Tibetan religion, nationality and language, which set the Tibetan people apart from the Han and other minority nationalities. He writes on page 70 that "if there are no nationality language and other characteristics, then there can be no continued existence and development of the nationality, and there certainly would be no reason for nationality autonomy". Here, the Panchen Lama adds a cultural and political content to the Maoist concept of "autonomy" for minority nationalities.
Xxxiv A Poisoned Arrow: The Secret Report of the 101* Panchen Lama What the Panchen Lama reports In this text is far more relevant to Tibet's future than any other High Lama or Larnas writing in exile whose targeted audience comprises the disenchanted sections of the middle class in post-industrial societies, who are far removed from the problems and the reality in Tibet. Therefore, I recommend the late Panchen Lama Choekyi Gyaltsen's 70,000 Character Petition, as translated by the Tibet Information Network, to all those interested in contemporary Tibet and its future.