Despair, crackdowns breed more violen...

Despair, crackdowns breed more violence in Tibet

There are 78 comments on the Asian Correspondent story from Jan 28, 2012, titled Despair, crackdowns breed more violence in Tibet. In it, Asian Correspondent reports that:

A young man posts his photo with a leaflet demanding freedom for Tibet and telling Chinese police, come and get me.

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Ching Chow

Silver Spring, MD

#63 Feb 1, 2012
China already murdered 1.2million Tibets and they will remember that forever,,,they will fight and hate China forever!
LIVE BY THE SWORD

New York, NY

#64 Feb 1, 2012
You must quickly call upon Gandhi's guaranteed methods. Look how they defeated the British.

Is nonviolence that abhorrent to you?

Since: Jul 08

Southington, CT

#65 Feb 1, 2012
LIVE BY THE SWORD wrote:
You must quickly call upon Gandhi's guaranteed methods. Look how they defeated the British.
Is nonviolence that abhorrent to you?
Got news for you, the Chinese ain't the British. Tiananmen Square showed that. China and Iran deal with it the same way, kill them all and they'll stop protesting.
YOU OWE 65 TRILLION

Germany

#66 Feb 1, 2012
CTYankee wrote:
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Got news for you, the Chinese ain't the British. Tiananmen Square showed that. China and Iran deal with it the same way, kill them all and they'll stop protesting.
well you did a good job in Iraq... silencing the people who didnt think like you....

even installing new leaders...
boondock saint

Circleville, OH

#67 Feb 1, 2012
"To demonstrate our solidarity with Tibetans in Tibet, I urge Tibetans and our friends around the world, to participate in a worldwide vigil on Wednesday, February 8, 2012. LetÂ’s send a loud and clear message to the Chinese government that violence and killing of innocent Tibetans is unacceptable! I request everyone to conduct these vigils peacefully, in accordance with the laws of your country, and with dignity"
QUEENSBURY RULES

New York, NY

#68 Feb 1, 2012
The PLA should fight them mano y mano then we'll see who wins.

A-HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHH AAA
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#69 Feb 1, 2012
Ching Chow wrote:
China already murdered 1.2million Tibets and they will remember that forever,,,they will fight and hate China forever!
In 1959, the population of Tibet was 1.2 million. If there was a Genocide, then Tibet's population today would not be 2.7 million, but ZERO. Simple math.

So, did your Dollar Lama pull that number out of its ass? And you are so stupid to believe it.
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#70 Feb 1, 2012
Speaking of Genocide, the native American's population was reduced from 12 million to 3 million today. Now, that's Genocide.
old china

Chengdu, China

#71 Feb 1, 2012
CTYankee wrote:
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I your mind only......Tibet is an occupied country.
The USA is also an 'occupied country' as is Australia, New Zealand etc, etc.
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#72 Feb 1, 2012
old china wrote:
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The USA is also an 'occupied country' as is Australia, New Zealand etc, etc.
And Canada.

Since: Jul 08

Southington, CT

#73 Feb 2, 2012
RayH wrote:
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In 1959, the population of Tibet was 1.2 million. If there was a Genocide, then Tibet's population today would not be 2.7 million, but ZERO. Simple math.
So, did your Dollar Lama pull that number out of its ass? And you are so stupid to believe it.
Because the chinese government keeps importing ethnic chinamen into Tibet to cement it's occupation.

Since: Jul 08

Southington, CT

#74 Feb 2, 2012
YOU OWE 65 TRILLION wrote:
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well you did a good job in Iraq... silencing the people who didnt think like you....
even installing new leaders...
U.S. left Iraq.....how's that working out? Now that the the Americans let the animals out of their cages and got rid of the zookeeper (Saddam) life there is much improved. They get to shoot and blow each other up all they want.
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#75 Feb 2, 2012
CTYankee wrote:
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Because the chinese government keeps importing ethnic chinamen into Tibet to cement it's occupation.
Tibet today is over 90 percent Tibetan.
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#76 Feb 2, 2012
CTYankee wrote:
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U.S. left Iraq.....how's that working out? Now that the the Americans let the animals out of their cages and got rid of the zookeeper (Saddam) life there is much improved. They get to shoot and blow each other up all they want.
The South Vietnam government lasted just over one year after Dick Nixon pulled out. The Afghan puppet regime lasted 2 years after the Soviets pulled out.

Use that as a reference for U.S. pull out from Iraq and Afghanistan. Iraq puppet government collapse in 2013, while Afghanistan's in 2015.
YOU OWE 65 TRILLION

Phoenix, AZ

#77 Feb 2, 2012
CTYankee wrote:
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U.S. left Iraq.....how's that working out? Now that the the Americans let the animals out of their cages and got rid of the zookeeper (Saddam) life there is much improved. They get to shoot and blow each other up all they want.
you helped the zookeeper get his job, and keep his job in the first place... retard

then when you had no use for him you gave him the go ahead to invade another country, then went after him for doing so...

Since: Feb 12

Xian, China

#78 Feb 2, 2012
you is dog.
boondock saint

Circleville, OH

#79 Feb 3, 2012
A remote mountain village in southwestern Guizhou Province, called Goushi, meaning dog shit in English, adopted a new auspicious name at the request of 69 villagers.

The provincial public security bureau director Cui Yadong renamed the poverty-stricken village as Jinxin, meaning prosperous and happy, and handed a new name board yesterday, the Guizhou City News has reported.

The village has 285 inhabitants in 63 households. Per capita income is 2,800 yuan (US$443.52) a year. The village got its old humiliating name because for a long time the place was so inaccessible that only dogs would go there to shit, the paper said
LIVE BY THE GUN

New York, NY

#80 Feb 3, 2012
Say no to Violence.

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