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Amnesty International and a pro-Tibet group voiced shock Friday after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton vowed not to let human rights concerns hinder cooperation with China...
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nicolacecily  

Location: london
Subject: clinton
Feb 28 2009 11:08 PM

I am shocked, but then again why should I be shocked, as it is so predictable that America choose to turn a blind eye to the human rights concerns regarding the Chinese in Tibet. It is just an excuse to say that the global "credit crunch" needs more attention. It's always about money when it comes to western countries politics. The credit crunch is being used as an excuse for anything now. Clinton probably timed her visit to China now so she could use the credit crunch as her excuse to ignore the moral issues.
googling  

Location: Free World
Subject: Are you shocked?
Feb 26 2009 08:38 PM

ARe you really shocked? This is Mrs. Clinoton whose husband gave China Most Favored Nation status. These two are the mother of all Chinese running-dogs. They were planning to move to China at one point.
Don't trust Clinton and her matrix cloak. And the Republicans? Usually they are worse. Bush might have met His Holiness in the Oval Office but he didn't recognize His Holiness as the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet. He just met him in the Oval office. That's it. It ain't nothin more.
lotennamling  

Location: Bern
Subject: Lets stop being fools.
Feb 24 2009 12:07 AM

The point is the are same. Bush or Obama.
Important thing is we must be srong and stand up for our cause.nobody will help us. we tibetans love hoping and in the end we loose.... loose all. So lets take the fight in our own hand and kick the Chinese ou of Tibet.Happy Losar with a stronger dedication for free Tibet!
wiseman  

Location: US
Subject: Clinton
Feb 23 2009 11:15 PM

Clinton is projecting Obama's policy. The democrats have always been supporters of Tibet in the form of sympathy with no substance. this tells us that we are on our own,so urge all Tibetans to unite and get ready to fight this tyrant nation for may be another 100 years.

We will never give up!!!!
phurpaman  

Location: London
Subject: Clinton
Feb 23 2009 08:53 PM

This proves once again that politicians can't be trusted!
They promise to speak up when they are canvassing but once they are elected only selfinterest counts!
Maybe once the USA has got what they want out of China will they bring up human rights and the situation in Tibet.
But ofcourse in a way so it would not annoy China!
Tibet and Tibetans stand alone!
I for one will be at the vigil at the London embassy this wednesday and hope fellow supporters will join me.
As for support from politicians,forget it!
What do they care about Tibet and it's people as long as they can get their economy back on track!
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