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    genocidegrand is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Default is this what western people think of chinese?wth`

    Can Beijing Olympics be Compared to Nazi Olympics of 1936?

    wow i just realize someone can think like this these day.
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    Its not as if the comparison is that far fetched... The stories I hear from my Chinese friends make it seem as if Auschwitz is preferable to some regions of China.


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    Gotta love the great canabalistic mania of the Mao era.

    Oh and on another note: These western people?


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    Hey buddy.
    Asianoffbeat is MY territory. GTFO.
    Find your own asian news outlet.



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    This time it's more like 1980 & 1984

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    Fuck the Dope fest game called Olympic
    well at least Special Olympic is still fun to watch

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    lol, Godwin's Law

    as much as i disagree with most of China's policies, the West isn't entirely correct in bashing China over its Tibet policy either. rioters really went too far when they beat up people and burnt down shops based on nationality.

    that said, China should really let go of Tibet. if they've really helped improve Tibet's standard of living by injecting resources, then letting go of Tibet would help save said resources. not to mention the Tibetans would be a lot happier, as well as the rest of the world. everyone wins. i suppose the only reason China is holding on, is to show their populace who's boss. but honestly, they have such a tight control on the news outlets that i'm sure they could twist it in such a way to show their decision in a positive light.

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    I support the level of dissent and opposition the Chinese govt is receiving with regards to Tibet. This problem has been ongoing for several years and China has been increasing its suppression of the region. The Dalai lama was forced into exile and has been misrepresented since.And does anyone else remember that article posted here last August when China declared that monks had to be recognized by the government to practice Buddhism?

    That being said, what I don't agree with is using the Olympics as a door to force protests in or in holding violent protests. The event only allows for international collaboration and festivity. The attempts to bring attention and change to China through such an event will only result in failure, as it did in the Olympics with the Nazis and even the Soviets.
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    China is commiting a crime by supressing Tibet.
    And the whole world is looking away!

    Yeah, it resembles the beginning of the Nazi era.


    I really hope some day somebody has the guts to stand up and do the RIGHT thing.
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    Oh shut up you fools.
    Think about something:
    If Tibet gets independence, what will they do? What's to stop India from invading? How will they govern themselves? What kind of economy will they have, if any?

    You all just gobble up Western propaganda like it's cheesecake or whatever. The Chinese government is not all that bad to Tibet. They already give Tibet autonomous rule in governing their own affairs. Also, the Chinese army is what keeps India and other countries from invading. The Chinese government also is the sole reason many Tibetans are able to live comfortably. They receive housing and land for free, sort of like the Homestead Act during the Oregon Trail days of America. The Chinese government keeps the Tibetan economy afloat and keeps it connected to the outside world.
    Without China, Tibet would sink into ruin in no time. They have no government, no army, no economy. It is implausible for Tibet to survive without China.
    The Dalai Lama is just a whining bitch who's butthurt that he got kicked out decades ago. That was for his own good. If a dissenter tried to organize a revolution to overthrow the government in America or any other place, he would be captured and tried as a war criminal.
    Is China so barbaric? I think not.
    Western media shows Chinese armed vehicles rolling into Tibet, but it doesn't show the Tibetan rioters firebombing Chinese businesses and shops. Nor does it show actual Tibetans themselves condemning the whole movement.
    It is in Tibet's best interests to stay unified with China.



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    ^ You have a good point, but you can't force a country to do something, even if it's for their interest, if it wants otherwise.

 

 
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