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German Chancellor Angela Merkel reaffirmed that there has been no change on her position on the Dalai Lama following Beijing's strong criticism over last September's between Merkel...
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Subject: Well-done Kanzler Merkel
Jan 16 2008 08:04 PM

Well-done Chancellor Merkel for sticking up for human rights in the face of non-sensical criticism from some German politicians. Human rights is more important than trade to Germany is what Chancellor Merkel said in her remarks. I think most Germans agree. But some German politicians seem to think human rights are unimportant. I find that scary considering Germany's Nazi past & lack of human rights during that era.

China is turning into a right-wing, jingoist & fascist country. It's ocupation of Tibet is one of the greatest evils in these times. Democratic & free nations must take a stand for human rights & not be afraid to say no to China.

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Subject: German chancellor reiteratesno change on Dalai Lama stance
Jan 16 2008 03:56 AM

As a German I only can say: She is great! She has spine!
Who in fact in Steinmeier??? A former lackey of spineless Schroeder ( who by the way is on the payroll of Russia and China!). Deeply deplorable that no other option for the nomination of a Foreign Minister was available. I am sure the Great Coalition could have produced a personality more adequate and with more subtle intuition for this job than this toady.
He is not worth meeting the Dalai Lama!
Not worth at all!!!!!!!!
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