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Gyalo Thondup, an elder brother of the Dalai Lama and a former Kalon Tripa Wednesday said he was shocked by China’s attempt to deny a statement made by former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1979 that “except for independence all other issues can be settled through discussions”...
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Location: toronto
Subject: Are you kidding me?
Nov 20 2008 12:02 PM

Wow, is this the basis for the abandoning Ranzen? Did we have an official letter or a public statement from Deng Xiaping regarding this matter or is it he said/deng said kind of deal? And we are still doing this cloak and dagger deal behind the scene and have nothing in our hands to say otherwise later? It is high time we have a third party involved in this, hell, even Tamil tigers get third party representation, and they are offically recognzied as a terrorist organization. How long is it going to take before this sinks in?

Location: perched
Subject: the chinese word
Nov 20 2008 08:53 AM

The Chinese jibber and jabber
cajole and they blabber
with practiced black lies.

They threaten and flatter
and bolder and badder
with menacing eyes.

What hurts and what's sadder
than the blibbity blabber
is the menace disguised.

A false promised ladder
to talk and to chatter,
while freedom's maligned.

Let them chatter and flatter
grow older and fatter
for justice to find.

Let them blither and chatter
I'm not one whit sadder.
I fight one last time!

Don't trade the treasure
for the Chinese half-measures.
Rangzen will shine!

Rangzen must ring out
with blood and with shouts
won with blood and with tears
that the Chinese will share.

Location: NYC
Subject: What can you expect from the CCP?
Nov 20 2008 01:30 AM

The CCP is now denying Deng Xiaopeng's comments to Gyalo Thondup & other Chinese officials' statements to Tibetans. What do we expect from a govt that routinely lies about all things Tibet & about history?

The CCP lies about Tibet's independent past, it lies about its human rights violations in Tibet & it lies about what the police state it's created in Tibet today? So are we really that shocked that the CCP is denying statements its officials made in the past?

One can't believe any promises or claims made by the CCP, whether we like those comments or not. The CCP flip-flops on its positions more than John Kerry or a fish taken out of water. Nothing the CCP says should be taken as true unless verified by objective facts.
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