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An army of 2,000 exiled Tibetans from across the United States, bedrolls at the ready, began descending on the Bay Area on Monday to protest the running of the Beijing Olympic torch...
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nphunkhang  

Location: canada
Subject: Ivy Wu, how you can support a regime whose hands are soaked with blood.
Apr 08 2008 08:06 PM

As a member of the world community, I was surprised to read that Chinese- American Ivy Wu don't like the people who are supporting the just cause of oppressed people of Tibet,East Turkistan, Inner Mongolia and Sudan, no matter,where your origins are, it is a shameful and senseless act of supporting a dictatorial communist Government, while you are enjoying the fruits of a free society.WHAT YOU WILL DO? IF YOUR NEIGHBOUR OCCUPY YOUR HOME,BEAT AND KILL YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS.SHAME ON IVY WU AND LIKE MINDED PEOPLE.
nphunkhang  

Location: canada
Subject: Ivy Wu, how you can support a regime whose hands are soaked with blood.
Apr 08 2008 08:01 PM

As a member of world community, I was surprised to read that Chinese American Ivy Wu don't like the people who are supporting the just cause of oppressed people of Tibet,East Turkistan, Inner Mongolia and Sudan, no matter,where your origins are, it is a shameful and senseless act of supporting a dictatorial communist Government, while you are enjoying the fruits of a free society.
UgenSky  

Location: CA
Subject: Why feel offended!!?
Apr 08 2008 04:16 PM

I am absolutely surprised when Chinese-Americans say that they feel offended by people protesting the torch relay. It is just mindboggling to learn that Chinese people who escaped the brutal rule of their communist govt and found freedom and human right in this great nation would come to the aid of their erstwhile oppressors! If this is what their Chinese pride is all about then I am sorry. I believe that the olympics is not just China's pride, it is infact the pride of all humanity. The Chinese-American community should understand that the protests are not directed at them but at the regime that is abusing and brutally suppressing the peaceful Tibetans and even Chinese too. I hope that the core values of democracy that this nation imparts in all it's citizens will bring make some people who are blinded by foolish pride to see the light and the truth. Dalai Lama should not be blamed for the protests and the unrests in Tibet and elsewhere. It is the policy of repression and injustice of the commie regime that has been brutalising us for the past 50 years that is to be blamed. Tibet with Dalai =PEACE but Tibet without Dalai= Explosive! So, China make your pick..and soon!! Free Tibet!! Long live HH the Dalai Lama!!!
Archid  

Location: Japan
Subject: Tashi Delek
Apr 08 2008 03:47 PM

To Tibetans in United states,
whatever and however the protest will be,please make sure that it will be peaceful one without voilence,no attacks on torch anymore,it won`t make any diffrents instead it will cause more trouble for Tibetans in Tibet.
thank you
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