Argument: Tibetan exiles forgo any right to self-determination by acting violently and repressively
- Steve Lehman. "The Tibetans: A Struggle to Survive". - "Within the exile community itself there is a continuing streak of political intolerance, especially towards those who have made the slightest perceived criticism of the Dalai Lama, who risk beatings or threats of assassination. Neither is religion by any means above conflict: at least two of the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism are at present wracked by disputes; both cases have led to murders or threats of murder."