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In confirmed reports coming out of Tibet, yet another Tibetan set himself on fire today in Golog region of eastern Tibet in an apparent protest against China’s continued occupation of Tibet. Lobsang Gendun, a 29-year-old Tibetan monk...
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Tseta  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Sad and proud too!
Dec 04 2012 09:37 PM

It is so sad and heart breaking to see our brave hearts taking these strong acts of self immolation in Tibet. Upon seeing these relentless acts of true bravery I feel proud being a Tibetan. It is fortunate for the Chinese regime that these brave hearts follows the non violent path of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Otherwise.....they might have suffered a lot too!
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: 300 steps
Dec 04 2012 06:54 PM

Last year, in Melborne, His Holinss, during his talk, made reference to an occasion where he found Himself seated to a representative of the Jain religion. Evidently the man was naked, and whilst His Holiness found this a little amusing he also emphasized the point that the man was demonstrating admirable dedication and commitment to what he believed. This monk, according to RFA walked 3oo steps with his hands clasped in prayer, before he finally fell and died.His dedication and commitment to what he and tens of thousands if not millions of Tibetans believe to be the only way which is a free Tibet, an independent Tibet does not seem to have the support of the CTA. The world his reaping the consequences of believing China would be a responsible player in the global community, and still the CTA tie themselves to this untenable position of remaining under Chinese rule., and blaming outside Governments and institutions for allowing this situation to continue.
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