Image: courtesy of @anonriddler Following yesterday’s news of a fire at Lhasa’s Jokhang temple, questions are turning to the cause. Of course it wont be long now before a servile and uncritical mainstream media dutifully report the official version from China’s regime. This will claim that faulty wiring or insufficient attention to safety measures caused […]Read More In Response To Inferno At Lhasa’s Jokhang Temple Anonymous Target Chinese Government Sites
Image:Twitter/@josepalay As Tibetans celebrate their New Year festival of Losar, in the capital of occupied Tibet, Lhasa, a major fire has today engulfed the Jokhang Temple. An ancient site of immense religious and cultural importance to Tibetans. Recent reports have confirmed the blaze struck an ancillary building within the Jokhang complex. This is not the […]Read More Fire Engulfs Tibet’s Jokhang Temple
Image: archivenet In 1942 Adolph Hitler agreed to the establishment, proposed by a Dr. Augustin Stein, of a Jewish museum in Prague, which would hold all the objects that the Germans were confiscating from the synagogues in then Bohemia and Moravia. Some reports claim that the Nazi dictator suggested it be called ‘The Museum Of […]Read More China To Expand Its Tibet Propaganda Museum
Image:karmadhondub-dennisbarbion So here we are again, supporters of Tibet preparing to commemorate the Lhasa Uprising of March 10, 1959, a day on which many Tibetans were killed during a courageous resistance against Chinese rule. The event will be marked by rallies, and marches, at which folk can demonstrate their solidarity with the people of Tibet, […]Read More The Hi-Jacking Of Tibetan Uprising Day
Image via landofsnows amended by @Glasto4TIBET What an awesome idea from @Glasto4TIBET who today launched a petition asking the town hall of Glastonbury, England to consider twinning with Lhasa, Tibet. It’s a cool match as both places share a lot in terms of being historic and sacred sites that have attracted pilgrims for millennia. The […]Read More Glastonbury Council Being Asked To Twin Their Town With Lhasa, Tibet
Image: @tibettruth In the early summer of 1989 around 500 Chinese students began a hunger strike in Tiananmen Square, their demands for greater democracy were formalized in a statement which included the following words: “This country is our country, These people are our people, This government is our government, If we do not cry out, […]Read More Remember Tiananmen Square-Remember Occupied Tibet
Across the lands of occupied Tibet, which since 1950 has become effectively the world’s largest prison, with some 6 million Tibetans held captive by China’s terrorist regime, numbers of paramilitary troops are increased. Reports describe additional units of armed police, while armored convoys are on the streets of Lhasa, the Tibetan capital. A merciless war […]Read More China Sends In The Psychopaths To Ensure A ‘Harmonious’ Tibetan New Year!