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Originally posted by cartkingsky at 2008-5-20 14:32
There are a lot of things he can do, say, a pray for the dead, a good wish, or collecting money for the need. ...
Well, funnily enough, he is calling for Tbtns all over the world to rally around for the victims of this tragedy.
In a statement issued in the northern Indian town of Dhrmsla, the go-vern-m-ent in ex-ile said Tbtns should cease staging dem-onstra-tions in front of Ch-inese emb-ass-ies, and instead write letters of solidarity to earthquake victims.
"In order to express our solidarity with the great natural disaster that befell on Chi-na, Tbtns across the world should shun staging demo-nst-rat-ions in front of C-hin-e-se embassies in the respective host countries they live in," spokesman Thu-b-ten Sa-mp-hel said.
The statement says p-rot-es-ts should be put off "at least until about the end of May," and also urged Tbtns to "write a letter, or send messages to the concerned, that they are doing so in so-lida-rity with the quake victims".
"Since it is very important for Tbtn exiles, or Tbtns living in the free world, also to join in this (relief) effort, we should initiate sol-ida-rity actions by organising p-ra-yer meetings and raising donations."
Of course the usual suspects, showing all the bad grace for which they are renowned, will simply dismiss this show of sympathy and support.