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·“法学专家”是因“理性”还是因“奴性”而胡说八道?!
·强烈谴责胡锦涛及中共专制暴政枉法杀害英雄义士杨佳!
·杨佳精神不朽 抗暴当走退党之路
·岂能将英雄义士杨佳与希特勒、哈尔曼、唐永明相提并论?!
·杨佳案7名涉案警察证人和杨佳的母亲必须出庭作证
·郭国汀预言死刑将造就更多杨佳
·杨佳略传六则一揽
·悼颂杨佳
·杨佳依自然法无罪而且是个值得国人敬重的英雄!
·郭国汀再谈杨佳案的辩护
·郭国汀律师的臭文
·正义、尊严、公道与犯罪----杨佳有罪吗?
·敬请关注声援失踪的律师英雄张鉴康
·强烈谴责中共胡氏当局非法剥夺人权律师张鉴康的执业权
·坚决支持李国涛先生的义举,反对极权专制独裁政治!
·严正责令胡锦涛及中共当局——立即无条件释放民运志士李国涛!
·强烈谴责中共恶意迫害自由战士杨天水、许万平/郭国汀
·强烈谴责中共流氓暴政政治迫害冯正虎先生
·历史耻辱柱上的中国法官
·中国律师受迫害的根源何在?-—声援支持高智晟律师
·良知律师朱久虎被刑拘突显中国司法制度的流氓化/郭国汀
·闻小乔遭警方驱逐毒打有感
·强烈谴责中共专制暴政纵容黑社会暴力侵袭郭飞雄先生的暴行!
·敬请各界朋友们关注声援支持正在为全民族承受无边苦难的英雄郭飞雄
·郭国汀敦促胡锦涛立即无条件释放人权英雄郭飞雄、高智晟的公开函
·强烈谴责上海市当局非法拘禁李剑虹 郭国汀
·专制流氓暴政本质的再暴露——强烈谴责中共流氓黑社会企图暗杀高智晟律师
·严正责令胡锦涛立即无条件释放朱宇飙律师!
·评论严正责令胡锦涛立即无条件释放朱宇飙律师!
·强烈谴责中共专制暴政迫害人权律师杨在新!
·强烈谴责胡氏专制暴政滥施淫威迫害当代中国最高贵的人吕耿松
·中共专制暴政再次公然指鹿为马!——我为陈树庆先生抗辩
·强烈谴责中共流氓专制暴政悍然施暴人权律师李和平!
·谁是精神病?!敬请关注自由思想者贺伟华先生
·郭国汀敬请全球华人关注自由思想者贺伟华
·强烈谴责胡氏专制暴政对中国知识分子的政治迫害!---我为荆楚抗辩
·严正警告胡锦涛:立即无条件释放高智晟律师!
·郭国汀谈胡佳案
·恶法不除,国无宁日/郭国汀
·严正学先生何罪之有!
·中国涉外案件没有一起获得执行 郭国汀
***(50)坎坷人权律师路
·郭国汀致中国律师网全体新老网友的公开函
·成为一名人权律师!---郭国汀律师专访
·令我热泪横流的小诗 郭国汀
·无知缺德者当权必然造成人为灾难--正视科学尊重科学
·我们要说真话-答红旗生的蛋 郭国汀
·出身论,成份论应当休矣!
·民族败类!你是否中国人?
·说句心里话
·孔子当然伟大.郭国汀
·时代不同了! 郭国汀
·可敬的国安公安或网警请自重!
·我们决不再沉默! 郭国汀
·秋池君倡议创立中共中国律师网上支部有感/南郭
·我有罪,我可以再作一次自我辩护吗?
·错兄你该醒醒了!
·给某北大高材生的公开函
·答"语文大师"之指责
·答错别字的终结者/南郭
·吾不同意你的观点,但捍卫阁下的自由表达权。错兄的贴还是应当保留
·答龙吟君/南郭
·答紫兄质疑/南郭
·答醉翁
·答迷风先生/南郭
·驳上海当局特务造谣抵毁郭国汀律师的谎言/南郭
·答紫兄质疑/南郭
·吾不同意你的观点,但坚决捍卫阁下的自由表达权。
·郭国汀:我向错兄致歉--同时为错兄说句公道话
·我的观点与立场--驳非法入侵
·郭国汀 汝吹牛!
·南郭不但会骂人而且必将把“乡愿,德之贼”型的小人骂得狗血喷头!
·纯属多余的担忧
·伟大的中华文明博大精深的中华文化---答孟庆强
·我看郭国汀律师
·剥放屁狗们的皮----公安国安网警与郑恩宠
·亦曰将无同,兼斥郭国汀、刘路之类,并向相关版主求教
·对内直不起腰者别指望其对外挺身而出
·南郭/对周树人的评价吾深以为然
·世上最美丽者莫过于大自然——人的本质、伟大
·令郭国汀律师老泪纵横的真情
·南郭:为当代中国人的幸福而努力奋斗
·心里话三步曲/郭国汀
·致刘路及中律网友们新春祝福/郭国汀
·驳上海当局特务造谣抵毁郭国汀律师的谎言/南郭
·我的声明与立场------南郭与中律网友们的对话
·语言与民族密不可分——奉旨答复小C:/南郭
·致刘路及中律网友们新春祝福/郭国汀
·学习方法与读书计划答小C网警同志/南郭
·英雄伟人与超人/郭国汀
·中共党奴的“学术”
·我倒宁可相信李洪东仅仅是因为无知/南郭
·愿王洪民先生的在天之灵安息!/郭国汀
·堂堂正正做个真正的中国人!/南郭
·中国律师朋友们幸福不会从天降!/北郭
·令我感动的赞美!/南郭
·谢谢网友们关注天易律师事务所的命运
·公开论战化敌为友——新年致词/新南郭
·中国涉外案件没有一起获得执行 郭国汀
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   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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