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What is your opinion about the tibet situation

Will1344 Avatar
8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Hi,
personally, I think the americans should keep their noses out of china's business,
what about you?
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Why do you say Americans? :?
#2
Personally I think America should keep there noises out of Everyone's business.
#3
cause most of the people putting up the banners are them, with some brits and frenchies
#4
black gerbil1
Personally I think America should keep there noises out of Everyone's business.


Exactly what I think
#5
Kinda get the feeling there is maybe gonna be demonstrations throughout the Olympic games and maybe some in the actual stadium.
#6
GerryG
Kinda get the feeling there is maybe gonna be demonstrations throughout the Olympic games and maybe some in the actual stadium.


Hopefully the tanks and soldiers can stop them
#7
none of our business. we shud stay out of things that don directly concern us.
#8
Mclovin
none of our business. we shud stay out of things that don directly concern us.


yeah, just seeing your opinions
#9
Will1344
Hopefully the tanks and soldiers can stop them


Are you crazy?! Do you want to live in a world where people have no human rights? The Tibet situation is every civilized persons business.

Must I remind you about the Tiananmen Square Massacre, here is a good example of the Communist state using tanks and soldiers to stop people!!
#10
tibet isnt the only region that is rued against will, there are the ughur people who have been opressed for far longer. i cant stand these attention seeking mongrels who are disturbing the games cause they can .
#11
Mclovin
none of our business. we shud stay out of things that don directly concern us.


sad fact is the world does concern us ...:whistling:
#12
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/olympics/cycling/7544769.stm
typifies the arrogance of the americans really.
#13
Karim786
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/olympics/cycling/7544769.stm
typifies the arrogance of the Americans really.


Just because some Americans are xenophobic morons, they should not be held as an example to discredit the validity of the free Tibet protests.
#14
Karim786
tibet isnt the only region that is rued against will, there are the ughur people who have been opressed for far longer. i cant stand these attention seeking mongrels who are disturbing the games cause they can .


cutting a bit close to a warning strike there!
#15
Heavertron
Are you crazy?! Do you want to live in a world where people have no human rights? The Tibet situation is every civilized persons business.

Must I remind you about the Tiananmen Square Massacre, here is a good example of the Communist state using tanks and soldiers to stop people!!


Yeah, but tibet belongs to china, how would you feel if the isle of white started rebelling against england and setting fire to cars and buildings?
#16
Is there any oil in Tibet?
#17
nah don't think so, but americans are just ******* *******
#18
Will1344
nah don't think so, but americans are just ******* *******


americans upport causes that will cause friction in a specific region. Bosnia, Kosova - Yugoslavia. Tibet - China, Darfur- Sudan. the list is endless
#19
Could I ask the ages of the people contributing to this thread so far? I'm in my 30's and trying to get a handle on the age-groups interested in talking about international politics. Just curious, thanks. :thumbsup:
#20
Liddle ol' me
Could I ask the ages of the people contributing to this thread so far? I'm in my 30's and trying to get a handle on the age-groups interested in talking about international politics. Just curious, thanks. :thumbsup:


im 20
#21
Liddle ol' me
Could I ask the ages of the people contributing to this thread so far? I'm in my 30's and trying to get a handle on the age-groups interested in talking about international politics. Just curious, thanks. :thumbsup:


Im 30

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