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As the Tibetan people wait for His Holiness the Dalai Lama's national address of 10 March, hackers in Beijing are working overtime to sabotage the cyber world of Tibet movement....
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killchinksforsport  

Location: USA
Subject: EVIL CHINESE
Oct 12 2005 02:14 PM

The only problem with China is that there are too many chinks there.
It is hightime the USA dropped a few nukes on china,especially in beijing
to help mother nature lessen the grossly
high population density.
By the way ,the dumbest hackers in the
world are chinese,even dumber than
arab ones.
By myself,I can outdo a battalion of chinese hackers because these dodos dont even understand the basics of x86 assembler,i eat them up and spit them out like the dumbass chinks that they are.
may every nation in the world declare fullout war on china and wipe them out!!
Elisa  

Location: Canada
Subject: Educate all on cyber warfare, and be wise...
Mar 09 2005 09:19 PM

Everyone who receives any email pertaining to Tibet needs to know how to handle incoming and unsolicited emails. All people who use computers, really, should learn this - don't open anything you are not expecting, even if there is a suspicious looking attachment looking like it came from a known source. Learn what each file designation means because in their very names there is a clue about whether it needs to be handled carefully (such as not opened, and simply just deleted). Heads up! These email attacks can be peacefully deflected.

This news brings to mind a letter His Holiness the Dalai Lama wrote just after 9/11, which wise words may help here:

"Dear friends around the world:

The events of this day cause every thinking person to stop their daily lives, whatever is going on in them,and to ponder deeply the larger questions of life. We search again for not only the meaning of life, but the purpose of our
individual and collective experience as we have created it--and we look
earnestly for ways in which we might recreate ourselves as a human species, so that we will never treat each other this way again.

The hour has come for us to demonstrate at the highest level our most
extraordinary thought about Who We Really Are.

There are two possible responses to what has occurred today. The first comes
from love, the second from fear.
If we come from fear we may panic and do things -- as individuals and as
nations -- that could only cause further damage. If we come from love we will
find refuge and strength, even as we provide it to others

This is the moment of your ministry. This is the time of teaching. What you
teach at this time, through your every word and action right now, will remain
as indelible lessons in the hearts and minds of those whose lives you touch,
both now, and for years to come.

We will set the course for tomorrow, today. At this hour. In this moment. Let
us seek not to pinpoint blame, but to pinpoint cause. Unless we take this time
to look at the cause of our experience, we will never remove ourselves from the
experiences it creates.

Instead, we will forever live in fear of retribution from those within the
human family who feel aggrieved, and, likewise, seek retribution from them.

To us [Buddhist thinkers] the reasons are clear. We have not learned the most
basic human lessons. We have not remembered the most basic human truths. We have not understood the most basic spiritual wisdom. In short, we have not been listening to God, and because we have not, we watch ourselves do ungodly
things.

The message we hear from all sources of truth is clear: We are all one. That is
a message the human race has largely ignored. Forgetting this truth is the only cause of hatred and war, and the way to remember is simple: Love, [in] this and every moment.

If we could love even those who have attacked us, and seek to understand why
they have done so, what then would be our response?
Yet if we meet negativity with negativity, rage with rage, attack with attack, what then will be the
outcome?

These are the questions that are placed before the human race today. They are
questions that we have failed to answer for thousands of years. Failure to
answer them now could eliminate the need to answer them at all.

If we want the beauty of the world that we have co-created to be experienced by
our children and our children's children, we will have to become spiritual activists right here, right now, and cause that to happen. We must choose to be a cause in the matter.

So, talk with God today. Ask God for help, for counsel and advice, for insight and for strength and for inner peace and for deep wisdom. Ask God on this day to show us how to show up in the world in a way that will cause the world itself to change. And join all those people around the world who are praying right now, adding your Light to the Light that dispels all fear. That is the challenge that is placed before every thinking person today.

Today the human soul asks the question: What can I do to preserve the beauty
and the wonder of our world and to eliminate the anger and hatred--and the
disparity that inevitably causes it--in that part of the world which I touch?

Please seek to answer that question today, with all the magnificence that is
You. What can you do TODAY...[at] this very moment?

A central teaching in most spiritual traditions is: What you wish to
experience, provide for another. Look to see, now, what it is you wish to
experience--in your own life, and in the world. Then see if there is another
for whom you may be the source of that.

If you wish to experience peace, provide peace for another. If you wish to know
that you are safe, cause [others] to know that they are safe.

If you wish to better understand seemingly incomprehensible things, help
another to better understand.

If you wish to heal your own sadness or anger, seek to heal the sadness or
anger of another.

Those others are waiting for you now. They are looking to you for guidance, for help, for courage, for strength, for understanding, and for assurance at this
hour. Most of all, they are looking to you for love.

My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.


Dalai Lama
Nerd  

Location: Cyberland
Subject: Cyber Terrorism
Mar 08 2005 08:27 PM

This development indicates that it is cyber terrorism, pure and simple, that China is launching against us Tibetans. Let us all draw attention to this.

I suppor the point that our officials in Dharamsala should be more seriously concerned about Chinese onslaught on our cyberspace.

dolkar  

Location: Bangalore
Subject: full bright experts!!!!!!!
Mar 08 2005 07:49 PM

Which full bright scholar has done an exceptional job so far?
It is a full bread scholarship, so don't expext bright results.
TSETOR  

Location: Bangalore
Subject: Why shout, just do it.
Mar 08 2005 07:45 PM

Hi! Why shout at the Chinese? It is their job and they will do it. Your appeal or shouting will not stop them doing their job.
The question is what are we doing? Are we doing anything to face it or give a befitting reply?
What is the statement of all the computer experts in Dharamsala. What is the statements of our concerned departments?
Do't blame the game, play it guys.
Yakchen  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Yak Virus
Mar 08 2005 07:38 PM

Where are all the Fulbright Scholars who went to US to study Computer Science? Can't they Create a Yak Virus and send it to China with compliments?
dorje  

Location: Nepal
Subject: Chinese Computer Hacker
Mar 08 2005 06:55 PM


Hellow ! Chinese !

Do you think you are admired, appreciated, liked and loved arround the world. Go and travel arround the world and find out. In the eyes of the people arround the world you are a liar, cheater and aggressive. Hacking the computers arround the world, you are a criminal.China is a criminal nation and should be punished accordingly. South Korea and the USA wtc..whose compters are hacked, should take China into the International Court of Justice and sue.After all it is planned and executed by the Beijing Government.

I also see Taiwan is just a dream for China. Taiwan should never sbumit to Being.It should never trade its Human Rights, freedom and Democracy with feudal, dictatorial and Communist China.
Taiwan should go ahead with its defence. YOu have the Right to exists as Taiwan. YOu have more respect arround the world than China.
Tenzin  

Location: New Delhi
Subject: China's Desperation
Mar 08 2005 05:44 PM

The Chinese hacking of the Tibetan internet system shows their desperation. This is another form of terrorism by China against Tibetans.

It is also a reminder to the Tibetan Government in Dharamsala, particularly the individual offices of Tibet abroad, to treat itself and its system seriously. The weakest link in the whole chain could spell a doom to its security system.
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