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Location: Toronto
Subject: I swear by my fathers grave
Oct 12 2006 04:13 AM

It made me feel so sad and angry. I know many feel the same. I swear by my father's grave it will be avenged some day. Every blood they took will be repaid and accounted for. It's only a matter of time when China will have to answer the world for the genocide in Tibet. Long live Free Tibet. May their soul rest in peace and attain quick rebirth.
Long live H.Holiness

Location: USA
Subject: TYC
Oct 12 2006 01:36 AM

OK! whats TYC doing on this subject now? could we have some concrete action plan to see or just regular Om mani pad me hum.. this is insane, what s happened in Nangpa la. command us/lead us we will do what it takes.
Kyi KYI so so lha gyalo...

Location: World
Subject: Sad of the present situation
Oct 12 2006 12:38 AM

It is very sad to know that situation is still very bad in Tibet especially economically for the Tibetans living in the remote places. The recent events are proof of the desire of the Tibetan people in Tibet to flee the their country. It was especially very sad to read the accounts of the eyewitnesses about the Children being brought in line numb. I just feel so helpless.
The Tibetans in exile should not take things for granted and really strive hard to make the plight of the tibetans in tibet known to the free world.
China is hosting the 2008 Olympics and they definitely are under a lot of pressure to maintain a good picture of the stability they always claim to enjoy in TAR.
Sad. I am saddened.
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