Iconic Glastonbury Outlets In Solidarity With #teamGlasto4TIBET

                                                    Glastonbury Publishers Partnering With #teamGlasto4TIBET

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During the past few weeks our Twitter colleagues @Glasto4TIBET have been in 24/7 action preparing for Glastonbury Festival which launches June 21. It  looks like the Tibetan flag will be flying again, thanks to some amazing  folks who’ve offered their support in ensuring that the issue of Tibet will have a positive presence at the event.

In 2016 #teamGlasto4TIBET was greatly helped by Luis Vilchis, who traveled over from Mexico and Karen from Cambridgeshire, England.  This year we’re delighted to hear that in the town itself #teamGlasto4TIBET has three iconic Glastonbury partners who will be showing solidarity with the people of Tibet.

Glastonbury Restaurant Partnering With #teamGlasto4TIBET

Glastonbury Restaurant Partnering With #teamGlasto4TIBET

Image:Honour Bennett

It’s a pleasure  to welcome Gothic ImageThe King Arthur pub and Hundred Monkeys Café , all based in the center of Glastonbury, thank you so very much for supporting #teamGlasto4TIBET.

Glastonbury Pub Partnering With #teamGlasto4TIBET

                                                                          Glastonbury Pub Partnering With #teamGlasto4TIBET

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Anyone visiting the town is recommended to check these  out, you will be sure to get a great welcome, especially if you support Tibet 🙂

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Thank You Anonymous For Supporting Tibetan Independence Day

Graphic courtesy of @team_riddler

This is a shout-out to those anonymous activists who yesterday targeted Chinese government websites in action to support Tibetan Independence Day. Your active solidarity with the just cause of Tibet is greatly appreciated. That you chose to take a stand for justice, human rights and national freedom for the Tibetan people, against the the Chinese regime, is an action which would resonate in the hearts of Tibetans living under the shadow of that tyranny.

The operation you carried out not only disabled a number of official sites, causing disruption and delay to the Chinese authorities, but more importantly sent a resounding message. Namely, that people around the world care about the plight of Tibetans and are willing to expose and oppose the dark realities of Chinese rule in Tibet. In addition, thanks to your actions the issue was given wide exposure across the digital maelstrom of social media.We were greatly assisted in receiving news about events by the following, who deserve special mention: @AnonymousTibet @team_riddler @anonymzmeduza @BodhiAnon @anonriddler @ProjectInject