India’s Position On Tibet Is A Self-Serving Betrayal Of The Facts

Mr Gopal Baglay and his Indian Government colleagues betraying Tibet, history, the facts and international law.

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The announcement today by the Government of India, which acknowledges Tibetan territory as being ‘part of China’, is an endorsement of colonization. An appeasement to China’s regime that’s particularly strange, given India’s struggle for nationhood against a colonial power! Clearly the requirements of realpolitik, and heightened sensitivity regarding India’s border with Chinese occupied Tibet, have taken precedence over such sickening hypocrisy.

Meanwhile officials within the Indian External Affairs Ministry, such as Mr Gopal Baglay, have blinded themselves to the truth that China’s bogus claims over Tibet are a cynical fabrication. In a scramble to posture concessions to China they consciously ignore the reality that such assertions lack any credibility within international law. While seemingly oblivious to the fact that Tibet has been rightly defined as being a land under an illegal occupation.

In light of this position adopted by Indian authorities we must conclude; given it accepts that territorial legitimacy and sovereignty is defined by military invasion, occupation and colonization, (a process which established Chinese rule in Tibet from 1950 on-wards) that prior to 1947 India was ‘part of Britain’. Presumably on this basis Mr Baglay would agree with the observation that any protests against the occupying Raj, took place not upon Indian soil, but British territory!