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Subject: Dalai Lama
Apr 14 2015 09:57 AM

I chuckle when I see the Dalai Lama called a "wolf in monk's clothing." This is so ironic. Look at the Chinese - they aren't even real Communists. They are just Capitalists in drag. Before they start to insult Nobel Peace Prize winners, they should look to their own ethical failures; namely how their cadres get rich and leave the proletariat poor and hopeless! They are not even real Communists, and I am not sure that being a Communist in itself is that great of a thing. If China embraced a middle way between Communism and Capitalism, China could be both humane and admired....but right now the Chinese are just fat cats and hypocrites, which is sad. Let the Communist leaders prove themselves by living as their people do. How come I don't see any volunteers? Hard to give up those fancy dinners and expensive homes and live on rice, isn't it?
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