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Location: CNN
Subject: Wats up China?
Jan 03 2005 06:00 AM

Yap! another curtain down days for the Chinese embassies around the world for their loosing, they deserved it. They don't have a bank to deposits their lie because its full. Ha...and IRS doesn't need any modern high tec.to investigate rather a bull dog would be more than enough.Peace..Long live Tibetan and Short live Chinese.gashh i love this part. don't you? Peace. Yahooo

Location: france
Subject: real success
Jan 01 2005 06:10 PM

this shows that even if it is not so easy or immediately gratifying, pressure and publicizing issues by demonstrating works
to keep mum about China is just to let dirty job done- Chinese want Dharamsala surrender, no "negociations"
to agree on only "autonomy" is loosing a strong bargaining card (the only one actually) , because next thing from China will be cancellation of Central Tibet Region so-called "autonomous"- status - understand that for China , they can be no discussions on "purely chinese" provinces of Qinghai (Amdo, Nangchen), Gansu (Labrang) and Kham
demonstrations and programs worked
the only problem is that support is limited to foreign individuals and NGOs and such other groups. The duty of Gov in Ex is too reach to other governements
This shows impossibility of "middle way" approach, "middle way" is about religion , it makes poor sense
for instance , where is for Nepalese the "middle way" between autocratic king/ army on one side and Maoist terror ?
I think , what the China Gov has only to offer is some official religious position for Dalai Lama in Beijing, nothing else; with , for this, abandon all other requests, even any pretention of autonomy- this is theit best offer since years - actually, they hope that after His Holiness will decide to go (we wish him long and meaningful life and better advisors) the whole thing will fizzle down.
One bad thing is that members of old elites like "middle path", dreaming that China may give them some position (Communists always succesfully used this kind of trick)
Never forget that meanwhile , homeland Tibetans are made more and more marginal, the country is made more and more chinese- read "The Dragon in the Land of Snows" by Tsering Shakya to see China policies from their own documents
Happy New Year 2005, more succcesses for Tibet and less disasters for Asia
N.F.S. Australia Tibet Council Member  

Location: Australia
Subject: Continue to lobby for Rinpoche's release
Dec 31 2004 10:36 AM

I agree entirely with the comments posted by "wonder" of the USA.
Having a death sentence commuted to life in prison in China is a living nightmare and Rinpoche probably will be tortured to death eventually.
We definately must continue to lobby for his freedom, only a release from prison is considered acceptable.
At least the possibily of having the death sentence commuted is a positive sign and gives us all more time to step up the pressure and hopefully achieve something.
As a member of the Australia Tibet Council I can say that I know that this organisation will continue to pressure our government and the Chinese government over this issue.
It will be excellent if other international groups continue their work as well.
The fact that China is hosting the next Olympics is a god-send to groups such as ours because it provides a great opportunity to raise as many issues as possible and receive media coverage and pressure governments.
I hope everyone will continue to work hard on Tulku Tenzin Delek's behalf and also on behalf of the many other people who are suffering.
Thank you to all.

Location: NY
Subject: China will not win
Dec 31 2004 03:11 AM

Let's be very clear about this. China is largely a slave society whose sole occupation is expansion and defense of the motherland at the expense, or on the back, of the people. Their concern for the things that really matter in life like liberty, democracy and virtue are found sorely wanting. Givewn these conditions, and China's refusal to listen to the international community, its minorities, or to ease its tyrannical polcies to the Uyghurs, Tibetans, Mongols and Manchus, China will not win in the world. Wait until the average liberal democrat in America sees what
china has in store for them....

Location: dc
Subject: TD
Dec 30 2004 11:19 PM

I think your ideas are good, think of it to be then we will see A brighter day coming for all, he should be released along with all the other prisoners of Chinese policy of unkindnes toward beings
what is the world waiting for? I think chinese policie is directed related to natural disaaters like happened just this week, Tibet needs to be free so the world and planet might breath again free of poison hate and greed please hear the cry of the Tibetans Oh please do not forget them in this dificult time

Location: usa
Subject: Tenzin Delek Rinpoche
Dec 30 2004 10:38 PM

Though glad to see the execution not carried out, life in a chinese prison may/is be worse than death. His release is worth fighting for. He will likely die in prison, or suffer tremendous torture. Only if the international community, and organizations stay on this, is there a chance for his release. Those that have been released in the past have told horrific stories of life in prison. Perhaps with the world watching, he will be treated more humanely, or released. Or I may be hoping for too much from chinese and from the world.

If only the US would not attend the Olympics, the loss of revenue would be huge, and make an impact. Boycotts have happened before. Until then, Amnesty International and other NGO's have to stay on their case.
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