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  1. lol dood. well, i have nothing else to say.
  2. um. okay? i don't get your point but i can see how it may appears chauvinistic (very much, actually). and i did not know of those other public forums and what occurs there. the images is much more than 'misidentifying'. it shows either a. [ certain media outlets have no idea what is really going on ] or b. [ certain media outlets are commiting teh liesz ]. anyways.
  3. Christo-f, i said that because china only made a request.. am i right? That's all, no bombs or colonization. It's just a request. Though, that article managed to make it seem a lot more out of something very ordinary. Example of a request: Bob asked Joe for a cookie. Joe said, "sorry no cookies for you". Example of what is going on: Bob asked Joe for a cookie. Joe calls his gang and beats up Bob because Bob has no right to ask Joe for a cookie.
  4. This will result in the same demonization done to the Mideastern peoples, towards the Asians. Am i the only one who realizes that this is a scare tactic, public relation bowl of dog doodoo?
  5. http://www.timboucher.com/journal/2005/07/25/dalai-lama-on-cia-payroll/ "Funds to pay this army were funnelled through the Dalai Lama and his organization, which received US$1.7 million a year, later reduced to $1.2 million. (Of this, the Dalai Lama himself was paid $186,000 a year. But no one has ever suggested that he pocketed it. The money was used to operate his exiled government’s offices in Geneva and New York.)" "The money for the Tibetans and the Dalai Lama was part of the CIA’s worldwide effort during the height of the Cold War to undermine Communist governments, particularly i
  6. dood. i thought selective interviews were deemed false since they first tried doing it? if you watch chinese news you'll see that they actually do end to end coverage on the entire issue. they show both sides of the story and record the foreigners who support china (yes, there actually are few avid intellectuals whom live). i can selectively find people in america who don't have any clue about the protests going on around the world. given that western media is doing selective interviews, which is an obvious bias.. it shouldn't be hard to figure out why china doesn't want western reporter
  7. http://www.historynet.com/wars_conflicts/20_21_century/3025986.html?featured=y&c=y ^ CIA's Secret War in Tibet In a top secret and still little-known, decade-long 'war at the top of the world,' the CIA fostered, trained and supplied a tenacious Tibetian resistance force in its struggle against the Communist Chinese.
  8. You can find dirt coming from both sides. though, the link you showed invokes suspicion. http://anti-cnn.com/ It's all about western interest and a great pr stunt of false amnesty and false liberation. The current Dalai lama has admitted how he was used for cold war efforts, dood received 1.7 million a year from the CIA during the 1960's. Speaking of western interest, lol @ Kosovo There is also a lot of important history about Tibet; that doesn't come from Brad Pitt's first movie. For example, Tibet ran on a feudal system with slaves and nobles before China intervened.
  9. that speech was amazing. it is either that the pr monkey on his back is a god or obama is simply a decent guy.
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