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Tibetan nun, Sangay Dolma, who passed away in her self-immolation protest on November 25, has left a note professing her belief in the swift return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Tibet’s independence. Sangay Dolma also left a photograph...
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: Poems from Emptyiness
Dec 01 2012 06:49 AM

Your tender face
so full of grace,
Words brim over
like rushing water,
travelling the High Plateau.
Red in colour
the faces watch over,
As you start your journey
to our Land of Snow.
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: muddy waters
Nov 29 2012 08:23 AM

We so need to unmuddy the waters or Sangay and all the others, and all we have lost will have been for nothing. That would be tragedy upon tragedy
brentawerner  

Location: ari, beeach
Subject: tactic
Nov 28 2012 09:06 PM

This is perhaps the most beautiful self-immolation I have heard of, if such words can indeed be paired. The poem is tragic and touching.

What are we to do, when the Maoists rape the women and nuns, torture the lamas and men, and execute the elders? As Buddhists, we can not indulge in rape, torture, and atrocity. We can not sink to their level.

We must join hands with freedom seeking Chinese in the mainland and proceed to EXTERMINATE THE CHINESE ECONOMY.

Many youth like Che Guevara. Remember, Castro exiled him to his death in the mountains at the hands of the CIA, I believe. Che said "A true revolutionary is guided by love." We are guided by love. The Maoists are not free. They are slaves to a policy of atrocity. They are not worth exterminating. Their economic system must be annihilated by all means necessary.

It is easy to write words like these from a comfortable home with a beautiful woman. However, Ari security is not perfect either. No one is untouchable. Even President Reagan was shot. These truths are worth my life. Isn't your national freedom worth your life? EXTERMINATE THE CHINESE ECONOMY NOW.
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