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PD Online readers support crack down on TYC
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17:31, April 11, 2008

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Netizens have left dozens of messages on PD Online supporting China's stance on dealing with the Lhasa riots, and condemning the terrorism incidents triggered by the Dalai Lama clique.

A reader named Sohail Ahmad from Pakistan says he feels sad about what is going on in Tibet. He claims that Tibet is part of China; and China must handle these terrorists with an iron fist.

"I firmly believe that landlocked [Tibet] is an integral part of China. These are attempts by the US to destabilize Asia. …The US has committed the worst crime against humanity by subjecting Iraqi civilians to daily mayhem and genocide. …The US is trying to cover up its crime against humanity in Iraq by inciting CIA-funded covert operations in Tibet," another reader stated.

Another reader commented that the War against Lies must be made at all costs not only in China but internationally, as he thinks that the greater the lie the more people will believe it. In terms of dealing with the terrorists, he thinks U.S. President Bush is the best person to give advice.

Another American reader expressed that he was appalled by the lack of simple internet research that would show the historical use of the Dalai Lama's family as just part of a much larger historical geopolitical attempt to dismantle the Chinese government. He held that the Dalai Lama's hands are still dirty today, and he hopes the world will see the real truth soon.

By People's Daily Online



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