Anonymous activists, Operation Tibet has today released a video update on the situation inside occupied Tibet. As ever we thank all those involved who are working anonymously to expose and challenge the Chinese regime and their vicious persecution of the Tibetan people and their culture. May Tibet one day be independent! Many thanks to our Twitter crew and @AnonymousTibet for news of this.
Image: courtesy of @AnonymousTibet @teamriddler
With the ethical horror-show of the 2022 Winter Games due to launch in China on February 4th we were extremely pleased to receive news on social media that hacktivists ‘Operation Tibet’ have issued a statement pledging to take action. If their previous activism is any guide we can expect to see a number of Chinese online platforms and websites being targeted, no doubt linked to this appalling event.
We’ll be posting updates on this as and when available. Meanwhile we’d like to once again express our genuine appreciation and respect to Anonymous for showing such amazing support for Tibet.
With news the past few days of Tibetans in the area of Kardze in Kham region of Tibet being subjected to mass arrests we are reminded that the tyranny waged against Tibet is ongoing. It never stopped of course, but in situ reports have been difficult to come by, as the Chinese regime tightens its military and mass-surveillance grip over Tibetans. This latest incident would never have emerged were it not for the incredible bravery of local people, who put their lives and liberty at genuine risk to leak information.
It is therefore very encouraging and heart-warming to note the response of Anonymous activists ‘Operation Tibet’ who today published a statement on this latest abuse and denial of freedom for Tibetans.
As always we applaud those taking part in such action, your active support for Tibet is deeply appreciated and very welcomed, especially in a world which is increasingly indifferent towards the plight of Tibetans. Thanks to @tibettruth for news on this and to @AnonymousTibet for sharing the video link.