Tell China to Release Tibetan Poet Tashi Rabten

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Edward Medalis
8 years ago
I'm signing to support the notion that all people should have the right to express their opinions regardless of who might be offended. An open marketplace of ideas where thoughts can compete without fear of retribution is the only way that humans have to advance the intellectual property of our species and give us an opportunity for sustained existence.

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fighter against legal terrorism
8 years ago
Please also sign this Petition :-
http://www.change.org/petitions/government-of-india-law-minister-indian-citizens-oppose-the-biased-and-autocratic-marriage-amendment-bill

LEGAL TERRORISM IN INDIA :-

http://fightagainstlegalterrorism.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/red-alert-on-marriages-in-india/

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Colin Bentley
8 years ago
What a disgusting parody of "people power" you operate in your country.

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Madhavrao Bamne
8 years ago
Human rights are fundamental rights. No country should encroach over human rights.

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Gin Allen
9 years ago
Writing should never be considered a threat but as a learning experience. We see China isn't learning but others in the world are far more enlightened.

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Antony Coleman
9 years ago
Freedom of expression for all Tibetan people.China get out of Tibet!

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Lark Kerr
9 years ago
I support freedom of speech, barring that of hate speech.

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Russell Streur
9 years ago
The censored voice speaks loudest

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Patti Wolfe
9 years ago
We need more heroes like Tashi .I am so proud of you. We have the numbers and that is power. Keep the momentum going that is strength, Love is more powerful than evil.

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John Mark Robertson
9 years ago
The Tibetans have suffered too long for trying heroically to maintain their culture. Enough!