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Details have finally emerged on a Tibetan self-immolator, who set himself on fire in Driru, Tibet on the eve of the Chinese Communist Party’s 18th National Congress on November 7. Tsegyu (Tsegyal), a 27, succumbed to his injuries after being denied any medical attention...
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: beyond comprehension
Nov 30 2012 09:55 AM

It is beyond comprehension that Chinese can leave a man to die a slow agonizing death in this way, and I pray those responsible are brought to justice. The CCP continuously blames Dalai Lama, but it is they who are deliberately pushing more Tibetans to the point of no return. Is it just coincidence that Chinese bully boys, who are operating in Burma with Burmese consent, that Buddhist monks and others have been sprayed with chemicals that burn away the skin and flesh. This was the work the Chinese forces dealing with protests at the unwanted copper mine, which is owned by Chinese arms company and a Burmese Govt.
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