George Bush was here - in Italy - on Friday (June, 5th)... He was in Rome to see the Pope and other politicians. Everybody forgot to introduce him to the Dalai Lama, the head of Tibetans, who was also here in Rome the same day to improve the dialogue between different religions.
Both the Pope and the Dalai Lama are prominent men in a world that needs peaceful people. But the Dalai Lama was not in George W. Bush' agenda. Why? Because China doesn't like the Dalai Lama? Or because Bush is a right wing christian fundamentalist?
To the media, that forgot to notice the unhappened meeting, this was not news. Which is technically correct, because it didn't happen... But we should discuss it anyway. Don't you think?
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