Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Hao Peng's comprehension of freedom

A fascinating comment by Hao Peng, deputy Communist Party boss and deputy governor in Tibet, as quoted By Reuter June 30, 2010 (Writing by Emma Graham-Harrison, editing by Miral Fahmy) exposing his delusions:

Hao said the prohibition on his image was natural. "The Dalai Lama is not merely a religious figure, he is also a mastermind of separatist activities. No sovereign country in the world would allow the hanging of a portrait of a person like that," he said.

The blind leading the seeing?
I thought only the North Korean government could come up with such unworldly statements about freedom of expression...

Love & clear light,
Rudy

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