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2 more Tibetans Self-immolate inside Tibet June, 20, 2012

Two Tibetans hold Tibetan independence flags as they set themselves on fire to protest against Chinese rule, on a street in Yushu prefecture in China’s Qinghai province yesterday.

6 Responses to 2 more Tibetans Self-immolate inside Tibet June, 20, 2012

  1. who_me June 21, 2012 at 10:35 pm #

    the western public view of tibet and the dalai lama is one of the most encompasing success stories of fascist/zionazi “big lie” propaganda. more successful even their portrayal of israel as victim, as only a very few people have questioned the big lie about tibet. the following are a couple of essays which do question this big lie and provide solid information showing that what most people in the west “know” about tibet and the dalai lama is nothing but disneyland style fantasy.

  2. who_me June 21, 2012 at 10:38 pm #

    “Friendly Feudalism: The Tibet Myth”

    “In old Tibet there were small numbers of farmers who subsisted as a kind of free peasantry, and perhaps an additional 10,000 people who composed the “middle-class” families of merchants, shopkeepers, and small traders. Thousands of others were beggars. There also were slaves, usually domestic servants, who owned nothing. Their offspring were born into slavery. 15 The majority of the rural population were serfs. Treated little better than slaves, the serfs went without schooling or medical care, They were under a lifetime bond to work the lord’s land–or the monastery’s land–without pay, to repair the lord’s houses, transport his crops, and collect his firewood. They were also expected to provide carrying animals and transportation on demand.16 Their masters told them what crops to grow and what animals to raise. They could not get married without the consent of their lord or lama. And they might easily be separated from their families should their owners lease them out to work in a distant location. 17

    As in a free labor system and unlike slavery, the overlords had no responsibility for the serf’s maintenance and no direct interest in his or her survival as an expensive piece of property. The serfs had to support themselves. Yet as in a slave system, they were bound to their masters, guaranteeing a fixed and permanent workforce that could neither organize nor strike nor freely depart as might laborers in a market context. The overlords had the best of both worlds.”

  3. who_me June 21, 2012 at 10:55 pm #

    “Dalai Lama Cult: Postmodern Neo-feudalism and the Decline of the West”

    “Nor will one ever learn about what the Chinese People’s Liberation Army actually did when they entered Tibet in 1951. When the PLA arrived in Tibet, the upper lamas tried to portray them as cannibals and vandals who were intent on destroying Tibetan culture.

    But the lower level lamas soon realized that the PLA’s purpose was to implement democratic reform, and that this was also in their own interest as they had themselves suffered much from the upper Lamas and the cruel autocratic Dalai Lama. Education in the monasteries was reserved for the top lamas such as the gesi. Most of the lower-level lamas could neither read nor write and were the sons of serfs.4

    Pedophilia and sexual abuse was also rampant throughout Tibet’s monasteries. It was not until 1959 when a tiny minority of Tibetan lamas, backed by the CIA, rose up against the communist government that the Tibetan people finally freed themselves from the yoke of tyranny. The Lamas were forced by Tibet’s liberated serfs to go into exile in India.

    Once the Dalai Lama and his cohorts had been exiled, celebrations followed in Lhassa as the title deeds of the manorial lords were burned in bonfires. The freed Tibetan serfs received title deeds to land, cattle and tools for farming.5

    The liberation of Tibet permitted other minority ethnic groups such as Loba, Monba and Deng to play an active role in society for the first time. Over half the secretaries in the Tibet Autonomous Region’s Party Committee were Tibetan. The people of Tibet had never known so much autonomy and freedom in their history.6

    For the first time in the history of Tibet, the majority of the people were taught how to read their own language. The communists constructed thousands of schools and hospitals throughout the country providing free health and free education for the Tibetan people. Tibetan Women were given equal rights to men.”

    on the current dalai lama:

    “In 1994, the current Dalai Lama attempted to organize a meeting with some of his closest friends in London. Among the sweet and cuddly Dalai Lama’s closest friends were ex Waffen SS man Heinrich Harrer, Bruno Beger, a former Nazi ethnologist who worked in Auschwitz, and the Chilean neo-Nazi Miguel Serrano. Serrano happens to believe that Adolf Hitler was a god. 15

    Neo-Nazi dictator of Chile, Augusto Pinochet, was also a close friend of the Dalai Lama, who personally intervened in Spain to get the Butcher of Chile off the hook when he was about to be tried for crimes against humanity in 1998. Another important friend of the Dalai Lama is the Japanese Shoko Asahara, a religious cult leader who was convicted of terrorism in Japan in 1995 after having organized a poison Sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subway.”

    what a cuddly guy, friend of rothschilds, nazis, terrorists and the cia.

    “According to the Dalai Lama, the Dorje Shugden are traitors to the cause of Tibetan independence. Such is the Tibetan leader’s “tolerance”. The Dalai Lama’s violations of human rights are rarely, if ever, mentioned among the cacophony of hysterical “free Tibet” sloganeering in the mass media.

    Death threats and the ostracism of whole families who practice this traditional form of Buddhism are common in Dharamsala. Thousands of people have had to flee Dharamsala due to the “tolerant” Dalai Lama’s commands. Many people have been murdered.

    The French documentary made it abundantly clear that the Dalai Lama functions as an absolute dictator in Dharamsala. The French film crew was even prevented by Tibetan officials from recording a dispute between a Dorje Shugden monk and his pro-Dalai Lama opponent.

    Breaking with official orthodoxy, the France 24 report admitted that the Dalai Lama and his independence movement has no popular support in Tibet and that many Tibetans actually fear a return to the days of Lama autocracy.

    The Dalai Lama’s problem with these Buddhists is simply that they worship the symbolic god Dorje Shugden and not “his holiness, the Dalai Lama”. The exiled leader is persecuting Buddhists for not worshiping himself and his insatiable desire to become the puppet dictator of a ‘free Tibet’ under NATO hegemony. Any worshiper of Dorje Shugden is, then, automatically dismissed as an ‘agent’ of China.

    The France 24 report also admitted that the Dorje Shugden community constitutes the majority in Tibet and that they were almost all pro-Chinese government.”

  4. who_me June 21, 2012 at 10:57 pm #

    the following is taken from the conclusion of colmáin’s essay:

    “The jihadist violence that Western imperialism is now spreading throughout North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia is also spreading across the Pakistani and Afghanistan borders into China.25 This aspect of imperialist destabilization of China, focusing on Uighur Islamism, merits a separate article.

    But China is likely to face more problems from Tibetan fundamentalist separatists in the coming months, with full intelligence, logistics and media backing from the West.

    On August Monday 15th, 2011 a Buddhist monk poured petrol on himself in Sichuan in West China which has a large Tibetan population, in an apparent protest against Chinese rule.26 Many self-immolations have followed and extremist journalists in respectable Western news outlets have encouraged such acts of terrorism with the Guardian’sPatrick Barkham claiming that “self-immolation inspires in others a belief that individual suffering can set in motion changes far greater than one horrifying death.27

    Self-immolations are acts of violence and terrorism. The promotion of these barbarous acts is another worrying indication of the moral degeneracy of the Western press.

    One should not forget that self-immolations were said to have caused the US backed regime-change uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt. There is reason to believe that covert warfare on China will be the next objective on NATO’s bellicose agenda

    American ambassador to China John Huntsman was caught on camera last year attending a protest as North Africa was erupting in chaos during the US-fomented “Arab Spring”. When a netizen asked him what he was doing there, Huntsman replied:

    “Just having fun’’

    To which the Chinese netizen retorted.

    “You’d like to see chaos in China wouldn’t you?”28

    Huntsman furtively departed the scene, followed by his security henchmen.

    Chaos is precisely what the US government and NATO would like to see in China, chaos and civil war, in order to drive China back to the semi-colonial status it had in the nineteenth century or the radical disunity of the Warring States Period in the 5th century BCE.

    But what the Western neophytes in global imperialism fail to understand is that the Chinese civilization-state has existed for millennia and will continue to flourish long after the West consumes itself in hubris, war and moral corruption.”

  5. who_me June 21, 2012 at 11:39 pm #

    what sort of sick monsters would trick and encourge people to set themselves on fire so the monsters could get even more power?

    the same sort of monsters that encourage and trick people into blowing themselves up to further israeli/jewish and american power.

  6. fool me once... July 16, 2012 at 10:38 am #

    A link from who_me’s July 16, 2012 at 8:17 am link on the “Sectarians Against The Resistance” thread is a report of an self immolation in israel;
    “Following protests on Saturday, a middle-aged man dowsed himself with a flammable liquid and then set himself on fire. He was admitted to a hospital with severe burns. Before setting himself ablaze, he had read out a letter outlining the financial difficulties he faces. The case has shocked the nation and underscored some protesters’ concerns.”
    “I believe, to really be successful, we also need to address the big topics that shape our society,” one young demonstrator said, adding, “It starts with a dialogue on the Israeli occupation, on the priorities of this country, which only spends money on the military and only talks about security, the military, rockets and Iran.”,,16099227,00.html