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Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Monday held formal talks with the Dalai Lama, becoming the first Canadian leader to ignore China's warnings not to host the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader....
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Location: USA
Subject: Many Thanks, Canada!
Oct 30 2007 11:57 PM

As a Tibetan-American I wish to express my sincere gratitude & appreciation to the Canadian Govt and PM Harper for meeting publicly and formally with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Canada is yet another country that is willing to stand up to China and say enough is enough. We won't allow you to dictate who our govt meets with on our own soil.

Canada is also sending a symbolic message to Tibetans inside Tibet and in exile that Canada believes in human rights and the Tibetan cause. Chinese propaganda and oppression will never erase the Tibetan national spirit or Tibetan Buddhism. In the end, truth and justice will prevail over tyranny.

Location: US
Subject: China's protest
Oct 30 2007 10:43 PM

We as Tibetans have always known that the Chinese, as a race, have always been (Hampa-Shen-Po). There is no English word to translate it. A rough translation would be Belligerently Rude, obnoxious,greedy etc, etc. The world is now learning their mind set.So keep getting in their face. This is the only way to push them back. Did you notice China is little more calm with Canada on His Holiness' visit. It's because those B******s need Canada's rich natural resources like Tar, sand, oil, copper, uranium etc etc.
Free Tibet!!!!

Location: CA
Subject: Go Canada!!
Oct 30 2007 02:26 PM

Canada has shown to the world that a free nation will not be cowered by hollow threats and economic blackmail. China may be getting it's way with the poorer and undeveloped nations but the West is getting sick and tired of it's belligerent attitude. Canadians should be proud of their leader who has brought dignity and morality back to the political sphere. I salute his wisdom and courage. China may have the largest population on this planet but the investments of the West is providing most of the jobs there and moreover, the spending power of each Canadian is 10 times as much!! So, their threats of sanctions are only going to be more detimental to themselves. Therefore, China's outburst should be taken with a pinch of salt. I say, "China, take a Hike.....Canada is no Burma or Sudan or a Pyonyang!" Go Canada... God Bless!!

Location: Dsala
Subject: ChinaGuilty Conscience?
Oct 30 2007 09:57 AM

China’s unqualified personal attacks against HHDL are getting rather tiring and needs to be tuned out by the world powers. They have no legitimate rights in Tibet, yet they rant and rave like mad men and try to bully Western nations into accepting communist lies regarding HHDL and Tibetan nation. Although, the West regards HHDL as a moral thermometer and respects his message of peace, little is being done to bring relief to the millions of Tibetans suffering under a brutal communist regime. The situation will become even graver in the near future should HHDL pass away and a solution with China is not reached. If one could see into the future, China’s trouble with Tibet will be far from over, Hu and his gang will not have an easy time riding off into the sunset thinking the worst is over.
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