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We are asking that Facebook kindly review its current profile format to enable Tibetans to select , as their hometown Lhasa, TIBET. Currently when Tibetans open an account they are denied that choice and can only select ‘Lhasa, Xizang, China’, an option that endorses the bogus claim that Tibet is part of China. We recognize and welcome the fact that the administrators of this socially responsible organization respect; and is committed to human rights, justice, democratic values and freedom. As such we are hopeful that they will have no objection, in allowing Tibetans worldwide, the freedom, to select for a profile, their hometown of Lhasa, Tibet, and not be forced to choose an option that perpetuates China’s cynical fabrication. We look forward to a positive response from Facebook.
Send a message to Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to allow Tibetans freedom to select Lhasa, Tibet, as their profile hometown.
1) open-up messages on your Facebook homepage
2) click see all messages
3) now in the URL (top of your browser window) add the number 4
4) click enter you can now paste:
Facebook: Please Allow Tibetans Right To Select Their Hometown https://tibettruth.com/2012/01/03/facebook-please-allow-tibetans-right-to-select-their-hometown/
5) Do exactly the same for the rest of Facebook Execs simply add respectively 5 and 7 in the URL and follow instructions above
An alternative description was offered by one of our readers:
“when you click the message icon at the top, a scroll bar shows your recent messages. at the bottom of this is the “see all messages” option, which will open the messages page. You can also reach this page by clicking on “messages” on the left hand column in the main, home, or news feed (I’m not sure what the correct term for it is) page . This will get you to the right page, where u can simply add 4 to the end of the URL and if will open a message to the founder of Facebook. then do the same thing with 5, then 7…. kind of complicated, I know, but should be easy enough…”
Thanks to everyone who is supporting this action and those below who have offered comments and suggestions.