Appeasing China, Tibet

Another Day Of Xi Jinping Indoctrination Within Occupied Tibet

Another Day Of Xi Jinping Indoctrination Within Occupied Tibet

Image courtesy of the occupying Chinese regime in Tibet

Another day in occupied Tibet as the Chinese regime rolls-out the latest propaganda drive to induce loyalty towards the dictator Xi Jinping. Central to this indoctrination program are those Tibetans who have chosen to collaborate with and endorse the extreme and oppressive ideology of China’s communist party.

Another Day Of Xi Jinping Indoctrination Within Occupied Tibet

Image courtesy of the occupying Chinese regime in Tibet

After publicly demonstrating their support for the tyranny which is oppressing Tibet and its people these loyal Tibetan stooges sit through hours of study, soaking up the enlightened political wisdom of their glorious dictator.

Another Day Of Xi Jinping Indoctrination Within Occupied Tibet

Image courtesy of the occupying Chinese regime in Tibet

The medium of communication for these brainwashing sessions is Chinese, we wonder what trace of Tibetan cultural or national identity (if any) exists within these collaborators.

Another Day Of Xi Jinping Indoctrination Within Occupied Tibet

Image courtesy of the occupying Chinese regime in Tibet

The loyalty of those Tibetans actively supporting the Chinese regime is rewarded with a certain political and local status, fringe benefits on housing and travel within occupied Tibet and a regular salary. Yet their dedication and obedience to the foreign occupier who so brutally suppresses Tibetan culture and identity is ultimately not trusted, and valued only for the furtherance of the violent policies and dogma represented by Xi Jinping. These sad and treacherous Tibetans are no more than disposable puppets, whose position of security is utterly dependent on their submission and fanaticism. In that regard they are the ideological foot-soldiers of China’s oppressive rule in Tibet the regime. In another word, traitors.

News Item, Tibet

Tibetan Nuns Beaten To A Pulp For Crying During Forced Indoctrination

Tibetan Nuns Beaten To A Pulp For Crying During Forced Indoctrination
Tibetan nuns, stripped of their Buddhist robes, forced into Chinese military uniforms and ordered to sing daily praise of China’s regime.

Image: cellphone images made possible by an extremely brave Tibetan

This is what happened. Yachen Gar, a major Tibetan Buddhist center, the size of a small town was invaded couple years back by Chinese paramilitary. On the orders of China’s regime the bulldozers moved in, centuries old buildings demolished, thousands of monks and nuns homeless. Rounded up by armed Chinese troops they were forced onto convoys of buses, destination prison camps. Held there under a brutal program of political indoctrination, mental and physical abuse, Tibetans whose daily life was dedicated to following the teachings of Buddhism now are forced to renounce their cultural identity. Failure to comply results in beatings, torture and additional years of detention.

Today we read that Tibetan nuns being held at Jomda near Chamdo in occupied Tibet have been beaten to a pulp by Chinese thugs, their supposed crime? Having each and every day being forced to sing songs in Chinese praising Xi Jinping and China’s communist party, followed by hours watching propaganda films on Chinese military campaigns these Tibetans are in psychological trauma. Some breakdown into tears. It was this response, which was seen as disloyalty and dissent against the glorious Chinese government, that resulted in a number of brutal assaults against these Tibetan women. Left unable to walk, barely conscious and seriously bruised they were removed into isolation cells. Following this attack they were informed their detention would be increased, more endless days of misery and indoctrination.

While these atrocities are being inflicted and China wages cultural genocide against Tibetans the political world shrugs, what kind of world are we inhabiting, in which such atrocities are ignored so as to maintain positive relations with China’s terrorist authorities?