UG'S FREE TIBET GROUP's Profile Comments

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21wickwing wrote on Aug 29th, 2010 5:17pm

It should read Free China...remember that whole Tianamen Square incident? No Chinese citizens do...or at least they pretend not to...


Abunai X wrote on Apr 6th, 2009 11:26am

I am joining this group because the Dalai Lama is adorable.


dgargett95 wrote on Mar 15th, 2009 9:57am



Trickycindy wrote on Jan 14th, 2009 5:29pm

How about a Free Palestine group.


banned_464006 wrote on Jul 29th, 2008 6:43am

i was reading this article in the new yorker (yep, i'm a pretentious bastard), and apparently, a lot of the educated youth in china are starting to lead towards nationalism, as a result of, among other things, what they perceive to be a worldwide media bias against china on the issue of tibet.

a lot of them view it as china attemtping to "civilize" tibet, and the fact that people are calling for boycotts of the beijing olympics is as ridiculous to them as calling for a boycott of the salt lake city games, as a result of america's treatment of the cherokee.

thought it was interesting, as in america, you only ever hear one side of the issue.


hansarvin wrote on Jun 26th, 2008 11:55pm

I'm not terribly educated on the topic, but I believe no man should be over another, so I'll join :D. *goes to do research on google*


Harmonius wrote on Jun 16th, 2008 10:46pm

Pro-Beijing, naturally



Kensai wrote on Jun 9th, 2008 1:17pm

Yes, I'll take one!

*runs to phonebooth*

"Hello, China. I've got something you want... yes that's right... all the tea."


Richard Pizzey wrote on May 9th, 2008 7:17pm

fuck china, if tibet is just gradually given its freedom n china give it tons of money as compensation for bein twats id be happy


hugh20 wrote on Apr 27th, 2008 9:19pm

Yeah, the human rights would get better in tibet if they were freed but surley they'd have no resources unless we gave aid. Then they would be worse than before.


Masamune wrote on Apr 22nd, 2008 4:33pm

How did I join?! Are you going to slowly drag all of UG into this group?


vigenharutyunya wrote on Apr 16th, 2008 12:36pm

Hey guys wtf is goin on in here.. how do people become a meber witrhout joining the group??


tb_1337 wrote on Apr 15th, 2008 12:58pm

Circle wrote on Apr 9th, 2008 at 8:26am :

Tibet must be free, China should have nothing to say about Tibet.

Do you think we should boycot the Olympic games?
heehee my last name's boycott


valennic wrote on Apr 13th, 2008 5:42am

when did i join this..............i looked, but i never joined...............


RatmN'Roses wrote on Apr 12th, 2008 5:19am did i join this group....


RHCP94 wrote on Apr 11th, 2008 1:29am

How did I just join this group when I didn't just join this group?


ECwomantoneman wrote on Apr 10th, 2008 9:33pm

wth I've just joined?!?!? Damn you! :haha:


captainjackass wrote on Apr 10th, 2008 2:26am

Im confused... I dont remember joining this group?


SsPunk wrote on Apr 9th, 2008 9:22pm

Xiaoxi wrote on Apr 9th, 2008 at 3:08pm :

t's not a matter of hiding secrets, it's a matter of conducting opinions. The media, be it government or non-government controlled, is biased.

Again, Tibet is a thin slice of China.

Yes, but logically (of course there are many reasons why it would differ from direct proportion), the amount of funding should at least be proportional to the amount of population - it is, however, 275 times less than the mean average. Even in a supposedly 'Communist' country, power = money, so it's obvious what they are trying to do: keep the Tibetan people powerless. Rule over them.

And the media, yes, they want to conduct people's opinions. Ask yourself: Why would their be a big media conspiracy to tell people to stand up for freedom? What could they gain from lying to you about that?


Xiaoxi wrote on Apr 9th, 2008 8:08pm

If the Chinese have nothing to hide in Tibet, why do they not allow any non-government-controlled media coverage?
It's not a matter of hiding secrets, it's a matter of conducting opinions. The media, be it government or non-government controlled, is biased.

Edit: 515.8 billion US$ = 3.61 trillion Chinese yuan, says Google translator.
280 million yuan is looking like quite a thin slice of the cake..

Again, Tibet is a thin slice of China.


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