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garuda  

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Subject: a prayer for the Chinese
Jul 17 2008 12:25 AM

I attempted to compose a prayer for the Chinese, but was wondering if it would violate any international laws to aspire for the complete elimination of every Han Communist on the planet. So I switched my Buddhist gears on and thought about composing an invocation to inspire the Chinese towards humanity. However I reflected that they appear to lack the intelligence, clarity, wisdom, or education to appreciate any such piece. I found myself at a loss as to how to pray for the Chinese. Then I remembered how much Tibetans suffering under China, and I decided it is not worth my time to pray for Tibet's enemies. I usually forget to pray when I eat my favorite slice of beef. A cow's life has more value to me than a Chinese Communist. Why would I pray for such a "man"**

**if you would like the quotations removed, just prove that you are humans and not devils by respecting human rights.
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