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Standing Committee of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile yesterday sent greetings to South Korean Foreign Minister, Ban Ki-Moon, on his unanimous election to the post of the UN Secretary General....
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Tseta  

Location: Kathmandu
Subject: For what UNO stands for?
Oct 21 2006 06:38 AM

For the Hypocrite politicians and bureaucrates UNO means: United Nations Organizations, in reality, it truly means: UNNECESSARY NEGLIGENT OBSTRUCTION, in between well organized bureaucrates of hypocrites, doing nothing for the occupied, suppressed and poor countries in this world. They are just a puppets of nations holding veto powers!

Down with the UNO!
dude12  

Location: ari
Subject: he will not read it
Oct 20 2006 08:39 AM

i am sure he's receiving thousands, if not ten thousands, of letters as greetings. even his secretary/ies may not have time to read them.
regrading tibet, it is gone.
thinking that UN or some other will fight for the tibetan cause is a dream.
china has emerged as one of the most powerful countries, and Ban will not give even two cents for the tibetan issue. so don't expect anything from the UN.
whether or not the UN is useful or useless is a perspective issue. You just have to ask: for whom?
Amigo, a land of cowboys.
parchok  

Location: england
Subject: Post your comment on " Tibetan parliament-in-exile greets new UN General Secretary
Oct 20 2006 03:47 AM

Its so disgusting to see Tibetan parliament sends greetings to UN new Secretary General and no statement or a word on the recent killing of Tibetans on the Nagpha la .
Sonsta  

Location: BhodJong
Subject: UNO = Useless Nonsense Organization
Oct 19 2006 08:22 PM

Ban ki Moon is the same dude that was against inviting His Holiness to South Korea.

UNO cannot look after the interest of the common people, it only serves the interest of the few countries in the Security Council including China.

We the Tibetan people need to rise up united and fight against the illegal occupation of our country. Only then can we regain our country.

Don't expect to get Independence in a silver platter. It comes with a price and we should be ready to pay for it.
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