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Chinese ambassador to the Czech Republic Huo Yuzhen on Friday complained at the Czech Foreign Ministry about Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek having had a Tibetan flag on his lapel at the...
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wds1  

Location: USA
Subject: Chinese interference in Czech affairs
Jul 29 2008 01:39 AM

Once againt the communist Chinese are interfering in the internal affairs of another country.

Now they are dictating to the Czech officials how they should dress & what kind of lapel pins they must wear. Is there no end to Chinese interference in the internal affairs of other sovereign nations?
garuda  

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Subject: on the chinese flag
Jul 27 2008 08:06 AM

It is not a shame that the good Czech diplomat wears the Tibetan flag on his lapel. That flag shows the dignity of the Tibetan people.

It is a shame that the Chinese government conducts itself the way it does -- In such a way -- that the red of their flag stands for nothing but spilled blood. So that the stars on their flag symbolize nothing but subjugated, brutalized peoples -- stars of darkness, rather than stars of light.

If Tibetans would live under the Chinese flag, then the Chinese should create a nation worth living in. They should muster an army that abides by ethics. They should enforce a police that rules by law and not brutality and corruption. They should respect Tibetan culture, religion, and language as their legitimate equal. Communists should drive out every vestige of Han chauvinism, and of the unspeakable brutality of which the whole world knows. If the Communists did all this, perhaps there would be some ground to negotiate.

But are we not tired of trying to talk with a gang of thugs, a coalition of cold-hearted Communist butchers, a mass of murderous hooligans?

As it stands, the international community clearly perceives that the flag of the red Chinese is merely a symbol of genocide, of torture, of countless murders...of starvation, of rape, of colonialism.

Who would pin such the Chinese flag on his lapel -- indeed -- who would dishonor himself in this way.

SHAME, SHAME, CHINA SHAME!
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