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With Tibet witnessing an alarming escalation in self-immolation protests, Chinese authorities have imposed a near-total information blockade and restrictions on sale of inflammable liquids in many parts of Tibet....
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Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Subject: IMPOSE TRADE SANCTIONS
Nov 07 2012 12:31 AM

If China can restrict trade and commerce and impose restrictions on freedom of speech, the global community of nations must serve China in the same manner. Both the United States and India have pledged their support to Tibetans during 1962 and have recruited Tibetan freedom fighters to serve in the military organization called Special Frontier Force. We have patiently waited for over 50 years. We demand something in return for the service rendered to this multinational military alliance/pact. We are absolutely annoyed for these two countries have increased their trade and commerce with China and have totally ignored the problem of Freedom and Democracy in the occupied Land of Tibet. If the U.S. and India do not have the courage to fight a battle, we demand that at a minimum they must impose trade sanctions upon China until it changes its policy of oppression in Tibet.
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