November 9, 2007 at 2:43 am #25763
Hi all, I went to a Falun Gong art gallery tonight and talked with some practitioners who profess at Yale.
What I saw this evening sparked me to hash out my thoughts on my blog. Also, I will be interested to hear anyone else’s insights about the situation…
That is, about Falun Gong Oppression, Tibet, poisened Toys, communism, and mostly, the audacity of the Olympics being in China nonetheless.
China demands the worlds attention, money and love in the games which are supposed to be about FREEDOM and UNITY? Perhaps it is a chance for them to come correct as more pressure and attention will be drawn to them? Or not.
However, talk of boycott and protest is exciting.
Also, I am just happy to see Tai Chi in the Olympics!
That will be very interesting!
If the Olympics even DO go down! and the regime is still not toppled or something! People in it have been quiting… and capitalism is obviously taking over (the false dualism of their economy is not real sustainable perhaps).
My blog for more and some awesome Falun Gong art:
Thoughts?November 9, 2007 at 9:21 am #25764
Idea!November 9, 2007 at 10:43 am #25766
If Hitlers Germany could host I do not see why not China. Is it realy more evil to kill your own people vs other people. I mean thats what we are talking about here. China kills mainly there own people. Unlike Brit or USA which kill out side there country for the most part. The olympics mean one thing to us and something differrent to the elite in this world. I find it to be a waste of energy, both the olympics and protesting the olympics in china. The Olympics have been hosted by countries with large pasts of elites killing hundreds of thousands such as stalkers Russia. There is that saying if you point a finger you have four pointing back at you.November 9, 2007 at 1:11 pm #25768
ot’s one big business deal, and certain people think better business will result in better democracy in future.. but principle is principle..
olympics in china?
lets go blow people’s heads off outside..
but why is the Dhalai Lhama even talking to Bush?
i guess he didn’t see Fahrenheit 911 or Bill MOyers, or Richard Clarke or the UN?
who knows, maybe i am wrong about it..
but chgina with olympics, no, it’s acompromise of principle in the name of business as democracyNovember 9, 2007 at 1:17 pm #25770
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