Anonymous
Anonymous

Nobody has the right to damage a unique culture.
(I couldn't sign the letter, there is a technical problem.)

Anonymous
Anonymous
  • Anonymous

sure, Dude

Lobhu Tendar
Lobhu Tendar

thank you very much for the supporters.FREE TIBET.

Lobhu Tendar
Lobhu Tendar
  • Lobhu Tendar

thNKS tee.

Nawang Chouni
Nawang Chouni

if communist china continue to call dalai lama a separatist, sooner or later whole world will call china a separatist of this world, remember wht tutu said, this is moral universe.every1 are citizen of this planet nd care ech other.

Shiwapa Pasang
Shiwapa Pasang

really appreciate this initiative. it makes sense and need to continue.. keep it up..

Ugyen Norbu
Ugyen Norbu

your link to submit to the letter seems to have been hacked and not working properly. Obviously China is behind this.

Brian Brewer
Brian Brewer

the community.com website seems to be malfunctioning. I tried it in I.E. Explorer and in Firefox.

Larry Mallet
Larry Mallet

No country should have the power to prevent any man of peace, and no less than the Dalai Lama, from entering another country; particularly when it's purpose is to suppress a people, and create an atmosphere of suspicion and distrust. The Dalai Lama does everything to create trust, yet China sows the seed of distrust.

Kenneth Fitzpatrick
Kenneth Fitzpatrick

“let justice be done though the heavens fall”

Eleanor Scarlett
Eleanor Scarlett

I believe in cultural, religious and human rights for all.

Barry Rhodes
Barry Rhodes

Atheist China has openly called "Religion" (that is ALL religions)...A POISON. Thus their treatment of "Religious Tibet" and the Delai Lama is an abuse of Human Rights on an international scale.

See more comments…