Hi guest, Register | Login | Contact Us
Welcome to Phayul.com - Our News Your Views
Wed 12, Dec 2018 03:48 AM (IST)
Search:     powered by Google
 MENU
Home
News
Photo News
Opinions
Statements &
Press Releases

Book Reviews
Movie Reviews
Interviews
Travels
Health
Obituaries
News Discussions
News Archives
Download photos from Tibet
 Latest Stories
Uncle claims nephew died of motorbike fire, not self immolation
Tibetans celebrate 29th year of Nobel peace prize conferment
Youth immolates self in Ngaba
Tibetan exiles condemn Indian Express' advertorial "propaganda for China"
China deploys “hunter-killer” drones in high altitude border regions of Tibet, Xinjiang
Bill promoting access to Tibet gets support from US State Department
Closed hotels in Mcleod Ganj see hopes of reopening
German human rights commissioner to visit Tibet after years of prohibition
We need serious action now, Dalai Lama to participants of COP24 climate meet
Tibetan community leaders cancel Dalai Lama’s Nobel prize celebrations in Sydney, cite fear of infighting over the CTA President's presence
Advertisement
Readers' Comments on "Action for Tibet"
The Prime Minister's first official visit to China offered a unique opportunity for Canada to intercede on behalf of one of the world's most embattled peoples....
 Click here to post your comment
3 comment(s) found You are on page 1 of 1
Name
Comment
Tashi  

Location: USA
Subject: Ruder less
Feb 04 2005 01:16 AM

Our policy of non violence has failed to generate even the media and public interest let alone government support.

The world cares for the issues that effect them directly. Why is Palestinian isssues is getting help and from all Western nation despite suicide bombing and massacre and sacrifice. Even president of US, and that of all European nations have hosted and welcomed Arafat despite his violent stand. Clinton even welcome him to Camp David which is the presidental retreat centre.

However humble, noble and compassionate our policies are all most all the world leader do not want to receive HHDL. Very few do so very obscurely not to come in a way of Business deal with China.

World means business and not nonviolence and compassion. When will we realise this I fear that not until Tibet is completely sinocised cent %.

West means caplitalism which is nothing but business.

Paul Martin for all his rethorics on human right and democracy has totally turned blind eye to his values when he met the Butchers of Beijing. After all he was business man before indulged in politics. So profit means more to him than any human right.



Namgyal  

Location: usa
Subject: "Action for Tibet"
Feb 03 2005 11:47 PM

Respected Mr.Prime Minister,
Tibet needs your voice of support for human right in their own country. They are vitimised by the Chinese dictator for almost half century. Tibetan cause is in dire need of a support from the World leaders who believe in human rights for every human being on this earth. We urge all the members of the peaceful loving world to come and support the Tibetan's quest for their Motherland and support His Holliness the Dalai Lama approach of Non-violence. May Goodwill and wise prevail in this world.
Many thanks to all Supporters of Tibet.
If you get chance do watch the Documentary Film:Tibet"Cry of the Snow Lion".
Ngawang  

Location: usa
Subject: come on president Martin
Feb 03 2005 03:41 AM

Hey, you can realli make a difference in people's lives. You got a golden chance. you still have time left on ur term. Just do It. FREE TIBET!
Advertisement
 Latest Topics
Ngari Chithun Association declares support for Penpa Tsering (13:01, 29 Jan 2016)
Tyranny of the Tibetan Majority (11:01, 29 Jan 2016)
RTYC New York/New Jersey controversy ends on positive note (10:01, 29 Jan 2016)
TYC Centrex clears the air at New York public meeting (20:01, 16 Jan 2016)
Chatral Rinpoche passes away aged 102 (22:01, 06 Jan 2016)
  Hot Topics
Religious heads meeting postponed indefinitely (0)
Acres of land sold by Tibetan refugees to locals in Ladakh Sonamling settlement (0)
LODI GYARI - A LEGENDARY DIPLOMAT - OBITUARY (0)
Govt. of India’s post of advisor for Tibet likely to remain vacant until Xi's 2019 visit (0)
Twitter CEO meets Dalai Lama, calls him “an amazing teacher” (0)
UN says it must respect the “sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity” of China (0)
Nepal applauds China at UPR for its work in Tibet (0)
Solving the Tibet issue is in China’s interest: Tibetan President (0)
Must keep pace with trends of changing China: Tibetan President at Chinese Outreach Forum (0)
Around 35 TYC activists detained after protests against Chinese delegation in Delhi (0)
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Phayul.com does not endorse the advertisements placed on the site. It does not have any control over the google ads. Please send the URL of the ads if found objectionable to editor@phayul.com
Copyright © 2004-2018 Phayul.com   feedback | advertise | contact us
Powered by Lateng Online