Why Obama mocks Chinese

Barack Obama, who had driven in the near future with congressmen (they do not allow the president to increment the U.S. debt limit and thus lead government direct path to a technical default) makes one mistake after another.

As it is not Paradoxically, the head of the United States, continues the work of his own senators: he waves a reddish flag in front of the main creditor of his own country — China. Thus, Barrack Obama held talks on Saturday with a spiritual favorite of Tibet Dalai Lama XIV. Conversation 2-favorites was not in the "Oval Office" white houses, where the U.S. President usually sees heads of state, but in a more private Map Room (Cartographic room). According to analysts, this can be taken as a symbolic proof that the Dalai Lama to take Snow White house as a spiritual, not a politician.

Meeting lasted 45 minutes and took place behind closed doors. Upon graduation in the presidential administration said head country, "reiterated the strong support of the preservation of their own unique religious, cultural and linguistic traditions of Tibet and its people throughout the world." However, Barrack Obama fit senses and said that he considers Tibet as an inalienable part of China. Dalai Lama to this thesis did not argue, and expressed the hope that the talks between Beijing and the Tibetan government-in-exile to resume most recently.

In this situation, the Chinese behaved entirely predictable: they were angry, as in February 2010, when the last meeting was held on Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama. Despite the Jesuit wishes Barack Obama renewed dialogue between Beijing and the Dalai Lama, the Chinese aggressively embraced the meeting between the president and dissident (the Dalai Lama fled Tibet in 1959 after the district in the PRC, and at the moment, along with his supporters live in Indian town of Dharamsala, where the Tibetan government operates in exile), which in China is considered a separatist, doing their best to split the country.

"This meeting was a gross interference in China's internal affairs, hurt the feelings of Chinese people and damaged the Sino-US relations," — said the official dealer violently Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Ma Zhaoxu, accusing the Dalai Lama of using "religious banner in anti-China separatist activities."

Displeasure of the Chinese completely understandable. A visceral passion for the Yankees to "help" in spreading democracy, they well remember the sad story of the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, etc. (The list is enormous), and are not going to step on the same rake. "We urge the U.S. side to take seriously China's stance, immediately adopt measures to eliminate the harmful consequences finish interference in China's internal affairs and finish condone anti-China separatist forces that require independence of Tibet" — said the Minister in an appeal.

Snow-white house does not commented on the statement of the Chinese Foreign Ministry. But the case show more if statements. Despite protests from the Chinese, the Dalai Lama with fanfare on tour in the U.S.. He has already visited the Capitoline hill, where he accomplished meeting with members of the U.S. Senate Committee on international relations. On the American side, the meeting was attended by the chairman of the committee Sen. John Kerry and the 11 members of the committee.

With all of this congressman Kerry welcomed the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan greeting "Tashi business" and expressed his admiration for the commitment to the cause of the Buddhist world. John Kerry also said that U.S. Senators have the deepest respect for the Dalai Lama, as evidenced by awarding him the 2007 Gold Medal of the Congress. His respect for the exile and expressed Sen. Richard Lugar, which assured him that the Congress has a lot of friends.

After meeting with the senators of the Dalai Lama visited the next event in the Congress building, where he was awarded the Prize of Mama Theresa «Mother Teresa International Caring Award» for the fact that he devoted his life promoting the values of caring, sympathy and public service.

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