Thursday, March 27, 2008
manhattan, new york, usa- free tibet?
when your country clubs buddhists peacefully walking down the street; tortures people and detains them indefinitely for no good reason; invades and occupies a sovereign nation for its resources; covertly surveilles citizens and non-citizens alike and stores that information in gigantic databases- would you say that you live in a free country? most folks in tibet can go to work and the grocery store and get married and have children and read the newspapers and watch tv- and we say that they aren't free. can someone explain to me the difference between tibet and america? i would say- both are owned by china.