Conservative British Prime Minister, David Cameron and his Deputy PM Have Never Felt this Good, ( and They Are Not Smoking Pot )

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Conservative British Prime Minister, David Cameron and his Deputy PM Have Never Felt this Good, ( and They Are Not Smoking Pot ) Open the link, view the photo, look at the twinkle in their eyes, and judge for yourself.

http://freetibetorg.tumblr.com/post/23100590723/small-victory-for-uk-tibet-supporters-credit

All this peaceful man is doing is stating that China must allow criticism from within and honor it's constitution.

"The British Prime Minister's contact with .. (this Nobel Lauriate) ... "hurts the feelings of the Chinese people and meddles in its affairs"..and "hurts the feelings of the Chinese people", "and harms Chinese-British relations", said the Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei. He said Britain now needed to take action to repair the damage.

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China unhappy at Cameron's meeting with Dalai Lama http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/15/china-unhappy-cameron-dalai-lama

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China shouldn't be too surprisd—the UK leaders have been meddling in US internal and external affairs since 1776. And the US didn't even have any separate nations within that the UK was trying to validate— like the Cherokee Nation, etc.

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