President Xi Jinping announced this morning that China will wage an unceasing fight against the “economic terrorism” led by the Dalai Lama and Tibetan separatists on the Chinese economy.
After watching share prices tumble around 25 percent in a little more than a week, China’s president reassured investors that “everything will be done to take care of the Tibetan problem” he acknowledged yesterday.
“We will increase our fight against the Tibetan separatist activities and the Dalai Lama menace” Xi was quoted as saying yesterday. “Until they stop their economic terrorism against the Chinese people and their economy, China will fight an unswerving battle against these terrorists” he acknowledged on a nationwide television broadcast.
“The Dalai Lama, through his ongoing pursuit to destroy the Chinese economy through guerrilla tactics and propaganda, is truly the greatest enemy of the Chinese people” admits leading Chinese economist Liu Huy Yang. “The Western world believes the Dalai Lama is a peace loving sect leader, but all he lives for is the destruction of Chinese pride and nationalism” he told journalists.
The Dalai Lama has vehemently denied any involvement in the ongoing troubles of the Chinese economy.
“I am exiled in India, all I do is meditate and pray. I barely read the newspaper, I find it hilarious that I am blamed for crashing the economy of a billion people” he told reporters with a large grin.
“Maybe President Xi Jinping is right after all, since everything is intimately connected in this universe, maybe I am responsible for the Chinese market crash, earthquakes in South America and all the misery in the world” said the 80-year-old Dalai Lama with humor.
The 14th and current Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, fled south to India, where he established a government in exile, during the Tibetan uprising of 1959.