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Pema Tsepak, one of the three Tibetans youths who protested in Dzogang county of the Chamdo prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region has died on January 23 after...
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christian  

Location: amsterdam
Subject: nonviolence
Jan 28 2009 12:24 PM

How to protest without loosing the life. this is the question.
And how to spear human lives that are also tibetan?
Is it better to be a coward but alive?
googling  

Location: US
Subject: Tibetans can never become Chinese
Jan 28 2009 01:47 AM

China was allowed to host the Olympic Games by the world despite their inhuman treatment of Tibetans.

His Holiness is a monk and he cannot ask Tibetans to retaliate violently. But as a man, a human being, in the deepest recess of his mind, it is very probable that he feels anguish and resentment against these atrocities committed against his people.
Every where His Holiness goes he gives us countless advices on how to live a noble life. He tells us not to be angry at the enemy, not to cheat in business, etc. We listen to him but do we act on them? Not all of them. It is not humanly possible to do all those things unless we are enlightened or have gained certain state. So why do majority of Tibetans harp on this "middle way" business? Because it is the easy way out.

Some notable figure had said that if you remain objective when atrocties are being committed then you are also implicated in that crime. So when you remain objective when your own people are being slaughtered this way, there is no human being lower than youself.

Next Pawo Thupten Ngodup should be at the UN. There are enough Tibetans with grit to support that.
tibgal  

Location: Canada
Subject: Sad
Jan 28 2009 01:10 AM

It is really sad to learn that each and everyday how many of our Tibetan brothers and sisters inside Tibet suffers from Chinese torture. I can feel the pain they must have gone throughout the tortures.
May the Martyr's soul rest in peace!
Us living in Exile should always remember the RESPONSIBILITY that we need to share.
wds1  

Location: USA
Subject: Tibetans should sue the Chinese Govt
Jan 28 2009 01:10 AM

Tibetans should be allowed to sue the Chinese Govt for crimes like the beating to death of a young Tibetan man. We should be able to see in int'l courts to insure a just & fair case.

The Chinese Govt & its officials should be held directly accountable for crimes against humanity involving Tibetans.

The world can no longer tolerate such barbaric actions from the world's largest one party dictatorship.
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