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·中国律师朋友们幸福不会从天降!/南郭
·我为北京16位律师喝彩!郭国汀
·郭国汀律师与网上警官的交锋
·我是中国律师我怕谁?!
·郭国汀 好律师与称职的律师
·温柔抗议对郭律师的ID第二次查封
·第五次强烈抗议中国律师网无理非法封杀郭律师的IP
·中国律师网为何封杀中国律师?
·中律网封杀删除最受网友们欢迎的郭国汀律师
·最受欢迎的写手却被中共彻底封杀
·我为何暂时告别中国律师网?
·南郭:律师的文学功底
·中国最需要什么样的律师?
·勇敢地参政议政吧!中国律师们!
·将律师协会办成真正的民间自治组织
·强烈挽留郭国汀律师/小C
·the open letter to Mr.Hu Jintao from Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada for Gao Zhisheng
·自宫与被阉割的中国律师网 /南郭
·做律师首先应当做个堂堂正正的人——南郭与王靓华的论战/南郭
·呵!吉大,我心中永远的痛!
·再答小C君/南郭
·凡跟郭国汀贴者一律入选黑名单!
·历史不容患改!历史专家不敢当,吾喜读中国历史是实
·思想自由的益处答迷风先生
·答迷风先生
·答经纬仪之民族败类之指责,汝不妨教教吾辈汝之哲学呀?
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·答时代精英,
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·中共专制暴政长期推行党化奴化教育罪孽深重
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·论当代中国大学生和爱国愤青的未来
·给中国大学生留学生及爱国愤青们开书单
·中国知识分子死了!
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***(54)《郭国汀妙语妙言》郭国汀著
***随笔\散文
·中华文化精华杂谈
·儒家文明导至中国人残忍?!
·儒家不是中共极权专制暴政的根源
·商业文明决定自由宪政民主体制
·关于儒学与中华传统文化之争
·孔子的哲学识见等于零且其思想落后反动?!
·中华文化精华杂谈
·中国人民代表大会体制纯属欺骗国人的摆设
·诚实是人类最大的美德
·人的本质
·圣诞感言
·宽容
·友情
·批评
·物以类聚,人以群分
·中国人难以团结协作的根源何在?
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·特务
·民运人士需要静心学习思考充实提高自已的理论休养
·诚实是人类最大的美德
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·马虎学风要不得
·爱与战争及宗教
·为什么说爱才是宇宙的本质?
·最爱我的人去了--哭母亲/郭国汀
·论爱情/郭国汀
·难忘的真情至爱
·初恋
·忠诚的品格
·论幸福/郭国汀
·生命感悟/南郭
·人生 道德 灵魂/南郭
·学者 神 上帝 /南郭
·论英雄
·思想家是真正的王者
·论诗人/郭国汀
·诗论/郭国汀
·人性兽性的证明 南郭
·论嘲讽/南郭
·讽刺与赞美
·南郭点评芦笛
·竞技的由来与意义
·思想言论自由
·精神与物质同性
·自由的含义
·历史的价值
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布什总统再度敦促中国(中共)与达赖喇嘛对话

   Bush urges China to open dialogue with Dalai Lama
   Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:20am EDT
   
   By Tabassum Zakaria
   WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush on Wednesday urged China to open a dialogue with the Dalai Lama, saying Beijing would find the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader to be a "fine man."

   His comments came as several Democrats called for a boycott of opening ceremonies at the Beijing Olympics, and thousands of China supporters and protesters gathered in San Francisco where the Olympic torch began its only relay in the United States.
   Bush said this week he plans to attend the Olympics and also to speak out on religious freedoms.
   As if to demonstrate that, Bush said after meeting with Singapore Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong they had both agreed "that it would stand the Chinese government in good stead if they would begin a dialogue with the representatives of the Dalai Lama."
   He added: "If they ever were to reach out to the Dalai Lama, they'd find him to be a really fine man, a peaceful man, a man who is anti-violence, a man who is not for independence but for the cultural identity of the Tibetans being maintained."
   Some Democrats, including presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, have urged Bush to boycott the Olympics opening ceremonies to protest Chinese actions in Tibet.
   EWTN Global Catholic Network asked Bush in an interview this week how "in good conscience" he could attend the opening ceremonies considering China's human rights record.
   "I'm going to the Olympics, for starters. And I've, my plans aren't, haven't changed," Bush responded in the interview to air April 11. EWTN provided a transcript of the comments.
   "I don't need the Olympics to express my position to the Chinese leadership on freedom," Bush said. "These Chinese leaders know exactly my position. I've talked about freedom of religion every time I visited with them.
   "And my question that I think about is, if I politicize the Olympic Games, will that make it less effective for me to deal with them, or more effective?" Bush said.
   "But nobody needs to ... tell old George Bush ... that he needs to bring religious freedom to the doorstep of the Chinese, because I've done that now for -- I'm on my eighth year doing it."
   White House spokeswoman Dana Perino was repeatedly asked whether Bush would attend the opening ceremonies and replied that she could not say. "But I'm not trying to signal anything by saying that, " she said "It is way too far in advance for us to announce the president's schedule."
   In another development, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the United States was considering whether to open a consulate in Tibet.
   Such a move would require the approval of the Chinese government, which has severely restricted access to Tibet for foreign diplomats and journalists following riots that broke out in the regional capital Lhasa on March 14.
   "We are looking at the possibility of a consulate in Tibet," Rice told lawmakers at a congressional hearing.
   (Additional reporting by Arshad Mohammed; Editing by David Wiessler)

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