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Location: MT
Subject: LONGSHOK!!!!
Nov 28 2012 09:40 AM

Seeing this kind of report from Tibet, my heart aches in pain and tears drip through my cheek- and am clueless what I can do?

When so much is happening in Tibet, why is there a kind of insensitive atmosphere in exile, especially in the big settlements ? Though I should not blame them entirely- because --most of them do not have access to instant electronic media just like some of us have. The only effective window for the general mass seems to be VOA news and Kunleng. Unfortunately ,many places like major settlements and Nepal are deprived of electricity due to power outage - not able to see VOA regularly. Is Dhasa aware of this?

What the hell is Drildak Lekhung doing?

Why can't these Donchoes, instead of spending lots of time in organizing expensive receptions to Kungoes spent more time in keeping the people aware of what is happening Tibet?

Why can't TYC organize a repeat of Delhi Chalo campaign by Kalsang Phuntsok?

I am really disappointed.



Location: nz
Subject: Citizen of Tibet
Nov 28 2012 04:16 AM

The statement from His Holiness says all there is to say. We are citizens of Tibet, not China. The communists show no real strength, they hide behind their brutality and weapons. No greater courage or resolve can be found than that embedded in every Tibetan across the planet.60 years of lies and failure should tell Hu and the others that the greatest weapon is Truth and the Tibetan spirit. Our hearts and minds are with these protests inside Tibet.
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