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Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Subject: Freedom is still a Dream.
Nov 11 2012 11:05 PM

Tibetan exiles had received support and encouragement from both Republican and Democrat Presidents of the U.S. There is nothing very special about this election. We need action and not simply a promise for some future action. The sense of frustration and lack of hope is now getting reflected on the streets of Tibet.

Location: nz
Subject: relieved
Nov 08 2012 04:22 PM

I am sure the President is in a way relieved that the non violent way of Tibetan and continuing to look to the Chinese for dialogue is still top of the CTA agenda. Unlike any other country seeking a change to democracy, and America is called to help with military intervention either by their alliance to the nation concerned or by a public and global outcry. The call for dialogue has no beginning and no end, and just entails more reports being drafted. Today the Chinese stated their intention to overtake the US as the worlds biggest and most powerful economy and unless a much harder line is adopted in respect of China's continuing overseas land grabs, monetary manipulation and a concerted international effort to reduce their stranglehold on other nations economies and jobs, China will succeed in it's goal. Sadly for Tibet the issue of human rights and freedom will slide down the list of priorities, as it always done when the spotlights are turned off.
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