Sunday, March 8, 2009

Dalai Lama marks 50 years of Chinese oppression (video)

The Dalai Lama has been in exile for 50 years now. Meanwhile, the people of Tibet have lived under the yoke of Chinese oppression. There was hope President Barack Obama would put pressure on the Chinese to improve human rights in Tibet. However, statements by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, during her recent Far East visit, indicate the Obama Administration is willing to throw Chinese human rights under the bus in favor of Chinese economic cooperation.

Dalai Lama 50 years in exile(video)

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama calls for a united struggle against Chinese occupation of Tibet. The Dalai Lama was addressing the 10th Religious Conference of four Tibetan Buddhist sects and Yungdrung Bon in India's northern Dharamsala to mark his fifty years in exile. The high Lamas of different Tibetan Buddhist sects attended the three-day conference, which concluded Sunday.
Dalai Lama marks 50 years of Chinese oppression.

3 comments:

TRUTH 101 said...

Damn you IR! Your word verification on my last comment was "talibad." I know what you're doing man but I shall retain my sanity and continue the work of enlightening you and your right wing readership.


"fandoga" I don't think that means anything but know that I am watching...

The Intellectual Redneck said...

"TRUTH 101"

Your picture has changed. I see you have abandoned Howard Dean too. LOL

TRUTH 101 said...

WE are some pro gun libs in western Illinois IR. I don't shoot anything alive. But I can nail a no trespassing sign from 100 yards.