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布什总统出席奥运开幕式已不确定

   布什总统出席奥运开幕式已不确定
   
   
布什总统出席奥运开幕式已不确定

   南郭注:由希拉里首议,欧巴马附议,麦肯参议员提议布什总统抵制北京奥运会开幕式。因此,布什总统不得不另行考虑原定出席开幕式的计划。
   

   白宫新闻秘书帕里诺称布什“已经非常清楚并相信他所应当做的正确的事,他将公开和私下,在奥运前、奥运期间及奥运后,继续向中国就人权和民主,政治言论自由及宗教宽容诸事项施压.”
   英国首相布朗的女发言人称首相将不会出席奥运开幕式。此前已有捷克和德国总统,表示不参加开幕式,法国总统表示取决于北京如何处理西藏民暴力镇压事件.如今欧洲各国首脑亦正在重新考虑是否抵制开幕式.因此,愚不可及的流氓中共当权犯罪利益集团本质上即是政治白痴!
   
   希拉里与另两位参议员在周三至布什总统的一封信中称:“镇压藏民(和平抗议)是任何相信人类基本自由的人所不能接受的”。欧巴马随后附议建议布什抵制参加奥运开幕式。而麦肯则称:“我会对中国说:瞧,请做正确的事,这是不能接受的”。
   
   美国国会以431比1票通过一项决议批评中共镇压藏民和平抗议,敦促北京与达赖喇嘛直接对话,释放所有被捕的和平抗议人士并允许国际监督员及记者不受约束地进入西藏地区进行公正调查。
   
   值得一提的是,有些藏民的抗议呼声直指中国,不少外媒的报导也称中国镇压西藏.此种称谓显然有误,因为中共决不等同于中国,中共流氓当权集团根本没有任何资格表达伟大的中华民族.中国人民是世界上最伟大的民族之一.中国人决不欺侮其他弱小民族,而中共则本质上是变态的马列子孙.因此,中共当权犯罪利益集团,不但是全体中国人的公敌,而且也是全世界爱好和平,正义,自由,幸福的民族的公敌!
   
布什总统出席奥运开幕式已不确定

   
   
   
   Bush Presence at Olympic Gala Uncertain
   By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
   Published: April 10, 2008
   Filed at 9:31 a.m. ET
   WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush has said he plans to attend the Beijing Olympics, but the White House has not ruled out the possibility that he may miss the opening ceremony, which China hopes to use as an international showcase.
   Critics of China say that Bush avoiding the event would be a powerful sign of international anger over China's violent response to demonstrating Buddhist monks in Tibet. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's spokeswoman said Wednesday that Brown will not attend the opening ceremony.
   Over two days, White House press secretary Dana Perino has faced questions about Bush's attendance at the opening gala for games that China hopes to use to make a statement about its rising economic and political power. She says Bush will go to the Olympics.
   But, pressed by reporters whether she could say if Bush will attend the opening ceremony, Perino said Wednesday, ''I cannot.''
   She says the reason is not uncommon: ''I'm not trying to signal anything by saying that. I don't have the president's schedule. It is way too far in advance for us to announce the president's schedule.''
   Perino said Bush ''has been very clear that he believes that the right thing for him to do is to continue to press the Chinese on a range of issues, from human rights and democracy, political speech freedoms and religious tolerance, and to do that publicly and privately, before, during and after the Olympics.''
   Democratic Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Robert Byrd and Robert Menendez sent Bush a letter Wednesday saying the crackdown in Tibet ''should be unacceptable to anyone who believes in basic human freedoms.''
   ''We believe that your attendance at the opening ceremonies, rightly or not, would send the implicit message to the world that the United State condones the intolerance that has been demonstrated by these actions of the Chinese government,'' the letter said.
   Meanwhile, the House passed a resolution criticizing China for its crackdown on protesters in Tibet and urging Beijing to hold direct talks with the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan religious leader, on the future of the region.
   The resolution also demanded that China release Tibetans imprisoned for participating in peaceful demonstrations and allow international monitors and journalists unfettered access to the Tibet Autonomous Region and other Tibetan areas of China. It passed 413 to 1.
   The Senate later unanimously approved a similar resolution introduced by Sens. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Gordon Smith, R-Ore. Both say the opening of further Chinese diplomatic missions in the United States should be contingent on Beijing allowing the United States to establish an office in Lhasa, Tibet's capital.
   Meanwhile, Sen. Barack Obama on Wednesday joined Clinton in calling for Bush to boycott the opening ceremonies for the Olympic Games in Beijing. Clinton had commended Brown for announcing that he will skip the August ceremonies in China's capital, and called on Obama and likely Republican presidential nominee John McCain to join her in urging Bush to do the same.
   Obama did later in the day; his campaign issued a statement in which, for the first time, he urged Bush to boycott the festivities.
   Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told lawmakers Wednesday that the United States is looking at the possibility of a U.S. consulate in Tibet. She said the United States has urged China to allow more U.S. diplomats into the region, saying access granted by China so far was not good enough.
   ''The United States,'' she added, ''has been very active in making the case to the Chinese that they are going to be better off to deal with moderate forces on Tibet like the Dalai Lama; that they should open dialogue with him.''
   Protesters around the world are trying to link China's poor human rights record to the staging of the Olympics. Demonstrations about Tibet have been held along the path of the Olympic torch in Paris and London. Officials in San Francisco urged demonstrators to remain peaceful during Wednesday's torch parade there.
   China's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu condemned the House resolution, saying it ''chooses to remain silent on the violence involved in beating, smashing up properties, looting and arson in Lhasa and the Dalai clique who premeditated and organized the criminal act of violence.''
   The Dalai Lama, who fled Tibet after a failed uprising in 1959 but remains the religious and cultural leader of many Tibetans, has said he wants greater autonomy for the remote mountain region but is not seeking independence.
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   Associated Press writer Ben Feller contributed to this story.

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