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President George Bush, who visited Beijing on November 19 and 20, 2005, has said that he has urged the Chinese Government to invite the Dalai Lama so that they can hear directly from him about not seeking Tibetan independence....
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DaLaid Lama  

Location: Shangrila
Subject: Musch Ado About Nothing
Nov 23 2005 01:01 AM


Bush can talk with Dalai all he wants, in fact, Bush can invite Dalai to live in the Lincoln Bedroom everyday, sharing breakfast, lunch, dinner or even bed with Dalai.

But it won't change anything except iritating Beijing further.

It's childish play.

LOL
123  

Location: US
Subject: Clinton/Bush on Tibet
Nov 23 2005 12:11 AM

Actually Bush is speaking in a softer tone to Hu Jintao than Clinton did to Jiang Zemin in 1998.
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This time:

President George Bush, who visited Beijing on November 19 and 20, 2005, has said that he has urged the Chinese Government to invite the Dalai Lama so that they can hear directly from him about not seeking Tibetan independence.

In 1998:

April 30, 1998 - Secretary of State Madeleine Albright makes it clear to President Jiang Zemin that Tibet is a high priority of the U.S. government for the June Summit in Beijing. "What we urge is a dialogue with the Dalai Lama," Albright told a news conference after her meeting.

June 27 - US President Bill Clinton urges Jiang Zemin to open talks with the Dalai Lama at a press conference in Beijing.
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Last time when Clinton talked about Tibet, it was aired alive by CCTV which millions Chinese had watched.

But this time whether Bush talked with Hu on Tibet or not -- nobody knows since it is behind closed door.

Anyway, even if he really spoke on Tibet, Bush merely suggested Hu to invite HHDL.

But to INVITE or not is all up to the host.
tsewangyal  

Location: new york
Subject: bush meeting with H.H
Nov 22 2005 09:53 PM

congratulation president Bush for meeting the simple buddhist monk who have the voice of all being.and thank you so much for your concern and expressing His Holiness view to the chinese authority. Thanks again and please keep up the good work.your support means a lot to the peace loving people of TIBET.
321  

Location: Seattle
Subject: To 123
Nov 22 2005 09:46 PM

Just forget about Bush.. Tibetans hasitate to pay even a green book amount for the Tibetan Goverment .. What you expect Bush to do .. fight for Tibet? Shut the FU** Up!

Bush did say many times infront of the media before reaching China,,, in Japan.. in South Korea, His father was the one who started meeting with HH Dalia Lama, Thank a lot for the Family

He and His father is a Man of word.. despite such a trade partner with China.. he can speak what he thinks right, Not like a Tibetans who are always hunting for benefits and always ready to lick when you see something out from other..

Do you want Bush to forget about his country and only Talk about Tibet.. Shut the Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuu** Up!
Tselha  

Location: Seattle
Subject: Thanks Bush ..
Nov 22 2005 09:06 PM

I see my vote worth for Bush.. I know he will meet H H and will speak up to China,, I am happy that he is a man who can speak.. His father was the first ever President who met with H H. No President ever did... Thanks Bush..
tape  

Location: Tibet
Subject: Well done Bush!
Nov 22 2005 03:43 PM

You had guts to bring Tibet issue in front of Chinese.It will move a lot to them.well done
Sonam  

Location: America
Subject: That's Y I voted for Bush........
Nov 22 2005 11:20 AM

Thank you Mr. President. That's what I been trying to explain to my Tibetan friends about your moral and what kind of person you are. You have proven once again that you mean what you say and promise. Thank you once again.
Kukpa  

Location: Lhasa
Subject: Bush is greater
Nov 22 2005 10:48 AM

Hey guys the message Bush gave to the Reptile Hu was much more clear than Clinton did. Only thing Clinton said to the Reptile Jiang was that the Dalai Lama is a nice guy and I hope the Chinese leaders will have talk with him. That was all Clinton said. Then Look the US secretary Rice said to Chinese Reptiles was even greater.

Thanks to Rice and Bush.
Bush JOker  

Location: US
Subject: More Bush Bloopers
Nov 22 2005 09:30 AM

What does President Bush mean by the term'improperly prisoned'. Does he mean they should be properly imprisoned (like those at Guantanamo Bay). I think he should have use 'unfairly'or similar words.

And I hope Dalai Lama did not say that'he has no desire for an independent Tibet'. I hope he said he does not seek an 'independant Tibet'.

Desire for freedom should be in the hearts of all Tibetans, only practical concerns may make us negotiate and settle for less but once we let go of our desire for freedom, we have practically given up on Tibet.
123  

Location: US
Subject: Inflation & Budget Deficit
Nov 22 2005 06:01 AM

Moreover, nowadays US economy is being held hostage by East Asia especially PRC.

If the shopping shelves of Walmart and Costco are not stocked by the inexpensive quality goods imported from China, inflation may have jumped by one full percentage point. And if PRC, with its massive US$800 billion foreign exchange reserve which mostly invested in the low-yielding T-Bonds and T-Bills, divest from the holding, long term US interest rate may jump by 2% and 30-year mortgage rate may be over 8% now.

US property owners and consumers should thank PRC for the economic assistance.

You guys should petition Prez Bush to advise PRC to liquidate some T-Bonds and pour the proceeds into health care and education for Tibetans.
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