However, saying the Tibetan theocracy was immeasurably worse than living under Chinese rule I think is a gross overstatement. Maybe living in China today isn't so bad, but, in the 1950s during Mao's "great leap forward?" (which is when Tibet was first annexed)... I'd say it was probably equally bad or worse.
Also, this Dalai Lama seems like a pretty open-minded, reformist leader. While this may be a result of his exile and tumultuous life, I still feel like Tibet under him would be much better off than it is under China.
My brain allways needs a second when hearing, I am going to the drugstore. What ?! you have stores for that?? (Well I think it used to be a second, now it is 0,0001 second, but still a little pause)
It's like saying Apollo 11 discovered the moon!
A little more leeway on the Israeli leader would be nice. I got her name, first name and surname, but missed one letter from the latter.