A Poisoned Arrow: The Secret Report of the 10th Panchen Lama by Tibet Information Network

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This is principally because under the leadership of the Party Central Committee, which is great and glorious, under the leadership of our great leader Chairman Mao, who is great and correct, who is the source of talent and wisdom and who leads each nationality of the people on the road to happiness, under the leadership of the State Council and in the splendid light of the Party's ethnic minority policies and various correct policies which have been formulated for Tibet by the Party, the CCP Tibet Work Committee resolutely, correctly, and thoroughly implemented the guiding principles, policies and instructions of the Central authorities and directly ted and commanded various types of work in Tibet, and thus obtained great achievements.

Therefore, these people wanted the exploiting class to continue to exist forever and so disliked revolution, and as a consequence they came up with the idea of rebellion. At the same time, the imperialists and the Indian reactionaries were anticipating that the whole revolutionary cause of our motherland, in particular the elimination of Tibetan feudal serfdom and the exploiting class and the liberation of the masses of the working people, would change our backward and dark Tibet into a beautiful region with bright and progressive democracy and socialism.

Fifrft^, *6 s« jgf 7 ft? H **F - * # * 4 1 ^ 10 ES fsi| fe O A Poisoned Arrow: The Secret Report of the 10llT Panchen Lama 10 [cong feng/ian] Therefore, the monastic and secular masses of all strata in Tibet have feelings of respectful love, support and gratitude towards the Chinese Communist Party and the great leader Chairman Mao, and wifl never forget it was them who saved them from the bitterness of the rule of the feudal serf-owning system and placed them in the happiness of people's democracy; and they feel enthusiastic admiration for the nationalities of the whole country with the Han nationality at their head and for the PLA and cadres based in Tibet.

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