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Stuck II

Blogging in Support of Tibet

The original post by Miladysa.

Stuck, II
Any Olympic protest by the United States would deeply offend a proud Beijing leadership that hopes the games will show China's emergence as a new world power. It also would run the risk of hindering a host of international efforts the Bush administration needs China's help to solve, including efforts to confront Myanmar's military junta and North Korean and apparently Iranian nuclear programs. China holds a veto on the U.N. Security Council, and the U.S. and Chinese economies, as well as many of the countries' political efforts around the world, are increasingly intertwined.
"The problem with a boycott is you end up taking 1.3 billion Chinese — who have different views of democracy, of the U.S., of human rights, but all want the Olympics to be successful — and you turn them all against the U.S.," said Green, an analyst with the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank. "It's a crude and blunt instrument to just boycott."

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[#] In many languages this would mean 'we're in a fuckin tight position'. Cant say the present American government is the sharpest in the world, when was the last time Bush made up his himself? What we want is simply for the world leaders to skip the opening ceremony, not the games itself. Send a message by being there, but not for the opening ceremony. Many world leaders already made a decision to skip the opening ceremony.

[+] Tibetan support groups in Asia [Asia], [World]
[+] Friends of Tibet (Mumbai)

[#] Please support the cause of Tibet by Blogging in Support of Tibet. Display the Tibetan flag on you site.


Nachi said…
i got the flag!!

d SINNER!!! said…
i wud get the flag...

:) well written...well conveyed...
Miladysa said…
Brought a tear to my eye Ghosty - you are such a bright soul!

M x
Ghost Particle said…
[nachi] thanx a million bro...spread the word. and read the original post by Milady.

[dsinner] hey neha...thx thx thx...spread the word. and read the original post by Milady.

[milady] ...u are the best. hugs. we will change the world together...bloggers united!
Alok said…
the problems of intertwined societies, democracies and economies .... as much as I am glad tht US cannot exude the sense of one man show in all respect now ... it irritates me to see how irresponsible the so called large economies of the world have become ... I always tend to rem one of the quotes 'power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely'

Ghost Particle said…
[alok] well said bro. the large economies are to service the few big players, the ceo's, etc. very hard to get them to act against a cause they can identify with. sad but true.

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