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In one of the largest mass arrests, hundreds of Tibetans were arrested and many received severe beatings from the police while attempting to march to the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi today....
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Location: London
Subject: Hundreds jailed,many severely beaten in mass arrest
Mar 30 2012 01:42 PM

Shame on India indeed!!!
I have always admired India for the help they have given Tibetans over the years as without India there really would have been nowhere to go for Tibetans and the the fight for an Independent Tibet would have already been lost years ago!
Unfortunately now even India seems to suck up to the chinese criminal hu jintao.
Can India not see the enormous threat they are facing themselves from this sick regime?
If as most deluded western politicians think the future lies with china then the future looks very bleak indeed for mankind under the boot of this despicable regime led by these chinese criminals.

Location: nz
Subject: Shame on India
Mar 27 2012 07:13 AM

It seems as though Tibet has no friends at all, with this disgraceful behaviour from the Indian police. Alongside the Indian Governments apparent lack of concern in regard to the recent violation of its air space; Chinese military build up along the border;ridiculous claims to Indian territory; impeding water flow into rivers that supply millions of Indians; and now a cosy chat with Hu, one has to wonder where the Indian government loyalties lie?
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