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China rules out Tibet autonomy
China issued a policy paper on Tibet Sunday, dismissing the Dalai Lama's call for greater Tibetan autonomy as untenable.
In the last two years, the Tibetan government-in-exile has sent two delegations to Beijing, hoping to convince Chinese authorities to give Tibet greater autonomy.
Originally posted by IAF101
Originally posted by IchiNiSan
Originally posted by antar
It is absurd that the Chinese Government accuses the Dali Lama of master minding this event!
hahahha, something as absurb as "accusing" a caveman in the Middle-East master minding the 911 event? or accusing a sovereign country of hiding WMD to justify an invasion to drown up their oil?
Bin Laden is no cavemen. He is probably more qualified than you are. He studied in an English school and even went to university. He is from one of the richest families in Saudi Arabia and is an accomplished fighter living in a lawless region.
Juxtapose that with the Dalai Lama; Nobel peace prize winner. Monk, spiritual head. No declared assets. No physical power over law where he lives. Exiled and benign. His only tools being his voice and his ideas.
Yes, both Bin laden and Dalai Lama are the same thing!! NOT
Originally posted by IAF101
John Locke was not even French nor was he ever American!
In America the revolution was never about Voltaire, Locke or Rousseau. It was Thomas Paine, Jefferson and Franklin
When you do look up BANDIT.
I knew you would ask the mundane thats why I linked to that whole article.
80 Tibetans already confirmed dead.
Sorry I dont know about all the Chinese thugs
The Nepalese camo on the other hand was blue and grey, which is close to the urban camo used by NATO forces black and grey.
Psurbu Tsering of the Tibetan Association of New York and New Jersey said its members received phone calls from Tibet claiming 70 people had been killed and 1,000 arrested.
Originally posted by IAF101
-The picture is indeed Tibetan and has been shown to be Tibetan protester in many articles.
-Claimed he was dead as the picture shows him to be and also after you said he was dead.
-American influence in establishing the French Third Republic is well known
Of the 100+ reported to be killed, 80 are "confirmed" dead already.
The initial figure was give only for Lhasa but with protests in other cities also considered it is only natural to assume
Prove it. Where is your link ?
When I asked you for proof of him being Chinese, you said he was dead!
I think you have trouble comprehending my native language.
Also you have repeatedly claimed that they have Molotov Cocktails, without any pictures showing them to have that.
I saw the entire video it doesnt show a monk looting anywhere.
After you posted the caption I read it and then said that my conclusion is wha the caption implies.
As for stealing motorbikes and trucks from passing drivers, there is no proof
The only picture even taken by the Communist news service are what the Tibetans have done.
Second, hardly any foreign news people in Tibet.
Not at all. You never showed that that APC's were used by the Miami PD to quell protests.
Which nobody can verify.
250,000-Vietnam and 55,000-Iraq. Which makes it only 305,000!
During the 1989 Tiananmen revolt, Deng Xiaoping's order to "clear the Square before sunset" came after a prolonged stand-off with the students. High-level leaks showed that the Party elders hesitated before resorting to violence under the eyes of the world, in a way they would never have done under Mao Zedong.
Originally posted by Damien_Hell
Massacre is Tibet? This isn't a massacre, its two people
Originally posted by infinite
Surprisingly, the Dala Lama has not called for a boycott and believes the Olympics should still go ahead.
But he is right, the cultural genocide by China is trying to destroy any type of Tibet identity.
Eight dead bodies brought into Ngaba Kirti MonasteryMarch 16 - Eight dead bodies have been brought into Ngaba Kirti Monastery according to confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. The bodies were brought in from the protest scene in Ngaba County, Sichuan Province. Sources say at least "30 Tibetans felled" after armed troops shot indiscriminately into the peacefully protesting Tibetans. Out of the eight bodies, one has been identified as Lobsang Tashi, a former monk in his mid 20s. The remaining bodies are unidentified at the moment. The monks in Kirti Monastery are currently offering prayers for the deceased.
Fresh Protest broke out in Rebkong
According to reliable sources within Tibet, around 300 monks of Rong Gonchen Monastery conducted Sangsol Prayer (Incense burning ritual) on the hill just behind the monastery during the early hours of the day. It was known that the monks performed Long Life Prayer Ceremony for the Dalai Lama. Shortly after the end of the prayer ceremony, the monks started peace march towards the government headquarters of Rebkong County which is located in the downtown market area which was later joined by lay people of the County.
At least seven shot dead in demonstration in Ngaba CountyAccording to the latest confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), at least seven people were known to have been shot dead including monks of Ngaba Kirti Monastery by the People's Armed Police (PAP) during the peaceful demonstration by thousands of people in Ngaba County (Ch: Aba) this afternoon. Hundreds of people are also known to have been injured in the incident following PAP crackdown on the protestors. The demonstration is still going on when the Centre received the information from the venue of demonstration.