Dalai Lama: Look, this is proof that the Chinese Solider is infiltrating the Tibetan monks demonstration. Motherducker 15:20, 6 April 2008 (UTC)
Or are they monks who just dressed up like soldiers?! All this comfusion and conflict is enough to set your yin against your yang in an almighty battle of the mojo! --Careax 16:46, 6 April 2008 (UTC)
"Okay, so in this training exercise, you guys are going to dress up as monks, and that massive platoon over there holding the bats and clubs are going to 'restrain' you." --Careax 16:48, 6 April 2008 (UTC)
"Human Rights in China" said the Premier, "is defined as the right to water, food, clothing, and shelter and does not include Civil Rights."
"You have the right to remain silent" said the Chinese Police, "anything you say will be used against you in a court of law to sentence you into hard labor--1-3 years for any Labor Rights or Child Labor Movement, 3-5 years for any AIDS awareness or Patient Rights movement, 5-10 years for any Environmental or Consumer Rights movement, 10-20 years for any Minority Rights or Pro-Tibet/Pro-Mongol/Pro-Muslim movement, 20 years-life for any Gay Rights or Reproductive Rights movement, etc."
Yeah, that'll teach you to use Chairman Mao's portrait as a hat, won't it! --Careax 01:46, 9 April 2008 (UTC)
Wow, got to feel sorry for those poor Zimbabweans. A belligerent warmongering leader abusing their civil rights, showering his cronies with political favors, and running the economy into the ground... glad that isn't happening in the good old U S of A!" --Careax 01:52, 9 April 2008 (UTC)