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Theos-World Re: The US Constitution - A Midsummer Nights Dream

Mar 28, 2008 09:22 PM
by Richard Semock

Ok, you got me. One balances the other and we can let Tibet slide 
into the pages of history along with the Indians even tho that was 
then and this is now. Its cheap in terms of karma but then again one 
risks being branded a dharma bum which takes a million lifetimes of 
strenuous payback. Chances are, M has already moved into another 
ravine with a view somewhere in Sikkim or Bhutan. Or at least until 
the Greater China blob catches up with him again.

--- In, Cass Silva <silva_cass@...> wrote:
> Richard, people in glass houses, should not throw stones as the old 
saying goes.  I am not an American and I am totally unfamiliar with 
your constitution, but I was referrring to Free Speech not the 
freedom of religious beliefs.  The freedom of religious beliefs were 
made at a time when there was only two religions operating in the 
west, christianity and protestanism. Salem showed that religious 
beliefs were strictly christian beliefs.
>   For the record, I do not support China's actions in Tibet, as 
much as I do not support the horrors perpetrated by the christian 
settlers on the American Indians.  But there is no hypocricy with the 
Chinese, they do not hide behind a constitution that is constantly 
set up as the ideal and at the same time flagrantly crushes those 
>   Cass

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