China and Tibet: Democracy in Exile

China and Tibet: Democracy in Exile

There are 3 comments on the Global Voices Online story from Oct 11, 2010, titled China and Tibet: Democracy in Exile. In it, Global Voices Online reports that:

Being a Tibetan in exile is a loss that manifests in many forms: the loss of homeland and natural rights fall within that.

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trevor Swistchew

Kingston Upon Thames, UK

#1 Oct 14, 2010
China slave to CCP wake China time to tell CCP out of power
Johnny Weil

Edmonton, Canada

#2 Feb 16, 2011

New York, NY

#3 Feb 16, 2011
Unfortunately, Dalai was a Nazi collaborator and slave owner. As such, he is celebrated by Western imperialists who embrace Nazis and slavery, which was perfectly legal and institutionalized in America.

Many of the founding fathers, like George Washington, were slave owners.

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