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During his maiden visit to China, President Barack Obama became the first American President in history to publicly make an acknowledgement that “we recognize that Tibet is part...
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Major_Retd_Rudra  

Location: Ann Arbor, MI USA
Subject: FACE THE CHALLENGE WITH HOPE AND COURAGE
Dec 24 2009 10:57 PM

Thank you Jigme for expressing your views on the issue of autonomy.President Obama is not the first President to backstab the Tibetans. I will give that credit to President Nixon and Dr. Henry Kissinger. In 1971, while I was on active duty defending the interests of the United States, these two people got together to betray the Tibetan Freedom Movement. My pain has not gone. My wounds have not healed.Fortunately, my spirit is still alive. Health, or age would not deter me. We need to accept this challenge with hope and courage. Tibetans had sacrificed a lot with that precious sense of hope. They had shed their blood and had laid down their lives. I know where I had buried these young Tibetans who gave their lives with the Dream of Freedom glowing on their faces. Let us not forget them. I am their witness and most particularly, I will demand action from Tibetans to keep their Spirits alive and standup to defend their own Rights.
UgenSky  

Location: Ari
Subject: Beggars can't be choosers...
Dec 24 2009 12:59 AM

This is the end result of going around the world with a begging bowl! Tibet's cause was lost as soon as the option of violence was renounced.Violence may not be right but it is an effective tool to make the enemy listen and act.Destabilising China's economy with few acts of "noble sacrifices" will not only get China's attention, but also much of the Western world's too, since they have become too reliant on China's so called miracle economy. Now, I know this is tall order, but Palestine's struggle should be a good example for us.
Sumtsul  

Location: asia
Subject: Tibet- A bargaining chip for International leaders
Dec 01 2009 08:22 PM

Tibet is used as leverage for all the nations who has business ties with China, I wonder how much US govt gained from Chinese Brutal Regime for the Words Obama used "Tibet is part of people's republic of China".Every one had high hopes with Obama for change but his change turned out to be for the worst. To all the Tibetans our struggle for Free Tibet is our problem don't have high hopes on any country, we Tibetans need to work hard.What can you expect from Obama when he betrays the Chinese also on Basic Human Rights issue. We shall overcome someday till then work hard.
phurpaman  

Location: London
Subject: Endorsing China's lies cannot change the truth
Nov 26 2009 07:36 PM

Thank you for a very well written article.
The painful truth of the betrayal of the people of Tibet by Obama is only too painfully clear!

It is amazing how quickly this president has become a huge disappointment as far as the cause of Tibet is concerned and human rights in general!

This makes his winning the Nobel peace price even more of a sick joke!
Unless it is really the Nobel appease price he was given as I has suggested before!

He refused to meet the Dalai Lama a few weeks ago,I think the Dalai Lama should refuse to meet Obama when He is next in the USA.
Obama is not worthy to meet this Great Man!

It is quite clear now that the Tibetan cause can expect no help from the USA.

Obama has joined all the other cowards and liars who are too scared to stand up to China.
The PM of New Zealand another recent example!

One day the world will regret that they appeased this sick regime.
Unfortunatley it will than be too late!!
nyinjey  

Location: Wyoming
Subject: Human Rights and America
Nov 26 2009 12:20 PM

I think its high time we should stop expecting American government to genuinely work for Tibet's freedom and human rights. This is an illusion that has been exposed time and again.

The US itself is an empire, presently keeping military bases in more than 100 countries. It is waging a brutal military campaign against two of the most impoverished countries in the world, Iraq and Afghanistan. It is regarded as the greatest threat to world peace in the Middle East.

More than a million Iraqis have been killed since the country was occupied some years ago. Also more than 2 million Iraqi have been driven out of their homes because of the war. They are like us Tibetans, suffering and dying in dust and spit.

And the majority of Americans themselves have no human rights and welfare. They have been suffering because of the lack of free health care and education systems.

One percent of the rich Americans share more wealth than that of the 99 percent of Americans combined.

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