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In one of the strongest statements yet on the spate of self-immolation in Tibet by a political leader, senior Japanese leader Shinzo Abe promised to “do everything to change the situation in Tibet.” Abe, former prime minister of Japan...
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Penelope  

Location: Dharamsala
Subject: Deeply thanks To Mr. Abe.
Nov 14 2012 08:04 AM

Japan is a country of example, in which the government looks over its all people that's why all the Japanese are all well educated and self determined and a developed nation too. These all credits goes to all those leaders like Abe. I being a student, highly appreciate all those people who follow the TRUTH!!!!
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: The tables are turning
Nov 14 2012 05:36 AM

At last Countries are now beginning to voice what everyone thinks of China. The Chinese Communist party are a disgraceful representation of human kind. They are despised throughout the world. The corrupt regime that now supports capitalism in its raw and obscene manner is not what the rest of us want. You are becoming isolated by your own dogmatic ideology which causes varying degrees of suffering not only to Tibetan, Mongolian and ordinary Chinese, but to millions of other peoples across the planet. The tables are turning and your protest to those countries who are openly critical of your regime, are beginning to be discarded and ignored. Now China will get a taste of how it feels to be ignored.
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