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Location: Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Subject: Hats off to the American law........
Feb 11 2010 10:26 PM

Hats off to the American Law makers for nominating Liu Xiaobo,Chen Guangcheng, and Gao Zhishang (read his memoir/essay "A China More Just")to be awarded world's prestigious Nobel Peace Prize to some of the most deserving heroes of to-day.Lovers and seekers of freedom,human rights,social equalities, religious freedom,political justice,defenders of ancient good and worthy cultures,protectors of natural environment and its resources and climate change should all stand up together in support of awarding noble of all noble Nobel Peace prize to any one of the three above mentioned names.These men are representatives of voices of millions and millions of voiceless. Therefore an ordinary nobody like self could not just stay away not saying any thing.Likes of Gao,Liu,and Chen represent likes of me in Tibet and in China.
This is the right time to get tough on China and prove her wrong about what she thinks of the world due to today's weak-world economy and China tries to take advantage of the situation to influence all and sundry to get what ever she lays her hands on.That only happens in countries like Nepal and Bangladesh for the reasons best known to the world of their plights.Therefore Nobel committee should consider any one of the three above mentioned names for the "Nobel Peace Prize"for this year or simply forgo with the award in retaliation against China's senseless demands.Pure and simple!
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