han asked in TravelAsia PacificChina · 10 years ago

Chinese Communist Party attacked and conquered Tibet and oust Dalai Lama. Will Nepal be next?

The Chinese Communist Party is close ally of Unified Communist Party of Nepal Maoist. Will The CCP attack Nepal next?

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  • 10 years ago
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    You are correct, CPP support of the Maoists that are in Nepal and/or India has changes in the last couple of years. Whatever their goals are, such action is not clear and can hold dangerous long term effects for Nepal and India.

    http://www.saag.org/common/uploaded_files/paper156...

    Over the last 2-3 years China has also given military support to the Maoist lead government.

    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/South_Asia/KK14Df01.h...

    Saying that China

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  • 10 years ago

    It won't happen for these reasons:

    1. The UCPN will be leading the government of Nepal in a few weeks.

    2. China has always accepted that Nepal would be within India's sphere of influence. The British and later the Indians have had Nepal within its sphere of influence since 1816. They control the political, economic, and social fabric of Nepal. Whenever China offers even the most minute aid package, the Indians get paranoid that China will invade Nepal.

    3. Since China conquered Tibet, it has supported the Nepali government regardless of who was in power. Even Mao had good relations with King Mahendra, a supposedly feudal leader. The Chinese main objective has been to ensure that Nepal cracks down on Tibetan activities. The Chinese will continue to support whoever is in government.

    4. The popular Indian theory that the Chinese supported the Maoists is met with derision in Nepal. Every Nepali knows that Prachanda and Baburam were hiding in India. Those people who deny this should consider that Nepal's "democratic leaders" such as Girija Prasad Koirala had numerous meetings with the Maoists in India. The Maoists appear to have received much of their early support from Indian communist groups.

    My point is that the idea that China is going to attack Nepal or that the UCPN rely on the Chinese government is a false and ignorant belief.

    Source(s): A nationalist and anti-Maoist Nepali
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  • 3 years ago

    No, Tibet would be worse off through itself.. this is greater valuable under China rule.. the difficulty with China ruling gadget has not something to do with Tibet, it has basically some thing to do with itself.. And that only skill, China ruling gadget needs to rework itself.. The lawsuits of the present hardliner ruling gadget isn't basically a criticism from tibetans by myself, not basically from the ethnic minority communities themselves, yet additionally from Han chinese language too.. And a decade has previous, and positively the CCP has handed through lots differences.. it only takes TIME!!

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  • 10 years ago

    ya know Nepal is controlled by the UN and US? rite? China doesn't attack other countries... go google it up.... Theres internal wars but we never start actual wars with other countries

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Nepal is a valued friend and good neighbor to China. The Chinese government has no territorial ambitions regarding Nepal nor anywhere else. Nepal's internal politics are its own business.

    Tibet was liberated from the Dalai Lama by concerned Chinese in 1950. Western media and governments use the Dalai Lama as a tool to advance their own anti-China agendas. Hailed as a hero in the west, the Dalai Lama was actually a brutal tyrant when he ruled Tibet decades ago. The Dalai cult ran Tibet as a theocratic dictatorship where ordinary people suffered miserably.

    The Dalai Lama is a reviled figure in his native Tibet. The Dalai cult brutally subjugated the Tibetan people, denied them education, prevented economic development, and imposed systematic cruelty. The Dalai Lama lived in his palace, while common people suffered. Under the Dalai cult, the average life expectancy in Tibet was 35 years. China liberated Tibet from the abuses and horrors of the Dalai cult.

    Modern Tibet is an economic, social, and educational success story. Wage levels, educational levels, standard of living, and life expectancy have drastically increased since the ouster of the Dalai cult.

    Much is said in the western media about letting the Dalai Lama return to Tibet. Personally, I think that China should let the Dalai Lama go back. The Dalai Lama will be seized by the Tibetan people and made to answer for his crimes. Go ahead Dalai Lama, return to your homeland and see how much the native Tibetan people love you!

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  • 10 years ago

    maybe, i hope so

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    no........india will

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