You can't make this stuff up:
MIM believes the people of Tibet and China should cooperate economically under capitalism and not fight. That means that if the World Bank supports Han Chinese settlement into Tibet, we should not oppose it either! It's not a question of national culture, but one of economic survival. There is plenty of land in Tibet. The real question is economic development.
If the Tibetans take up Maoism, we support their evicting the Dengist regime from Tibet. If on the other hand Han Chinese return to socialism, they should oppose the "Free Tibet" movement and struggle to make sure Tibet progresses socially and economically. Either way there will be Tibetans and Han Chinese inclined to the Maoist road and there will be those who want capitalism or something even more backward.
Like I said, you can't make this stuff up. This is what real self-styled Maoists sound like.
- They blame "capitalist inroaders" for Tiananmen square...
- Check out their Maoist movie reviews. For some reason, it reminds me of Focus on the Family's movie reviews, except that the Maoists don't seem to get out that often.
Now, of course I think these folks are Koo-Koo for Cocoa Puffs TM, and I post this merely to note its extreme oddity. All in all, though, I'd say their viewpoints seem much closer to some necons' viewpoints than my viewpoints, by a mile...