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March 21, 2008

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jainhao

Most wanted list and pictures include by standers, someone hurling rock, a stick etc. How childish Communist people are. The language they use are the ones they used during cultural revolution in sixties.

Henry Hail, regarding the so-called "intermarriage policy between Han and Tibetans", yes, I'm sure you will agree that in America we used to have a much more enlightened policy called "segregation" to prevent intermarriage between whites and other races so as to prevent "cultural genocide" of white culture in its own homeland. However, since the 1970's, these laws have loosened to the point where white culture is being taken over, and an unthinkable thing has happened, a product of such intermarriage is running for President! Horrors! Yes, it will be really good for us to stop the Chinese communists from undermining the Tibetan race through intermarriage, as Black communists did to the white race in the U.S. (See http://shakespearessister.blogspot.com/2008/02/is-barack-obama-product-of-secret.html for an example of this ridiculous thinking).

chinesedunfightchinese

long live china empire !

to my country of origin, China with lots of love...

its time we chinese unite !

Henry Hail

jay:

The Tibetan rioters who killed innocent people should indeed be brought to justice. However, I'm not certain that the people on the "Most Wanted" pictures were the killers.

jainhao:

As someone who is half-Chinese and half-White American, I have nothing against intermarriage. I also think that there is nothing wrong with Han people moving to Tibet. I was merely pointing out that intermarriage isn't the panacea for ethnic conflict that some people think it is.

In general, I have been very disappointed by the Western media's bias against China recently. At the same time, I can't fully support the nationalistic Chinese response.

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