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Major_Retd_Rudra  

Location: Ann Arbor, MI USA
Subject: SPEAK WITH ONE VOICE
Jan 05 2010 10:12 PM

Communist China is using the dialogue process to spread its lies all over the world. This book clearly documents the Tibetan sentiment and its manifestation as an uprising in 2008. Tibetans living inside Tibet are clearly demonstrating and voicing their opinion about their relationship with China. The Tibetan Government in Exile must take into consideration the facts displayed by this 2008 uprising.There is a well established political dispute and the talks for autonomy may not resolve this dispute.On the contrary, the dialogue process is actually weakening the Tibetan people. The global community is getting a wrong impression. If Tibetans are unhappy about the illegal occupation of their Land, they must all speak with ONE voice and their agenda should be very transparent.
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