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Before the first round of the French presidential in two week's time, Tibetans and Tibetan supporters have launched a consultation tour of the major presidential candidates, at the...
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mongolandre  

Location: Ulaanbaatar
Subject: Excellent initiative!
Apr 16 2007 03:07 PM

I am delighted to learn that Tibet supporters have done such a good job and that some candidates-not all of them,as you have noticed-have clarified their stance.My dream would be to see His Holiness the Dalai Lama invited OFFICIALLY by the next French President.
Warmest regards to Tibetan friends and supporters! mongolandre.
nordhar  

Location: malden, MA 02148
Subject: Thank you for your support
Apr 13 2007 06:36 AM

Thank you Madame Dominique and Mr. Jack for your support for the freedom struggle of Tibetans. Ours is a struggle of a nation and a people trying to preserve a civilisation that has the potential to contribute positively in this troubled world. The Republic of France with its long history of diplomacy will befittingly continue to play key part in the comity of nations. Your continued support is critically important for the long suppressed people of Tibet.
vajradog  

Location: New York
Subject: Good Job, Tashi Delek
Apr 11 2007 07:05 PM

Deepest appreciation to Tibet- Supporters in France and Gyatso la. I wish Tibetans around the world could take the initiative of doing things like this and working for our sole goal of a Free Tibet first instead of poking nose everywhere from world peace to animal rights. Sometimes it feels like we are the poor guy usually sitting in the indian tea shop who doesn't have much to eat for himself but is always complaining, bragging and suggesting about how this world could be a better place and at last ends up begging for lunch money for himself which anybody hardly gives.
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