- Feb 2011
But Tibetans in China ARE citizens of the Chinese state. So if that's your definition of "actually Chinese", then how could you say they are NOT "actually Chinese"?Citizen of the Chinese state. If I am not mistaken, there isn't a "Chinese ethnicity". Maybe I am wrong on that.
Give specifics on how I am practicing double standards. Not vague statements. For example, did I support any separatist movements in other countries due to justifications that I am now dismissing?Not at all.
Maybe You had written this before I edited my post. Reread it: if You still see it that way, I will respond You on the double standards.
You don't want to draw parallels between the Confederacy vs Union situation with that of the Tibetan situation, on vague basis of "different ethnicity" or younger nation. I don't see how that justifies the topic at hand. Perhaps be less vague about what you mean because it sounds like a justification for double standard.