February 13 is Tibetan Independence Day an event recalling the historic sovereignty of Tibet and the fact that Tibet remains within international law an independent nation under illegal occupation. We salute the brave people inside Tibet who continue to oppose Chinese rule.
On this occasion it is important to remind our Tibetan friends that we stand with you in your just cause for national independence and we shall continue to do all we can in active solidarity with the movement for Tibet’s national liberation.
In this we are given very welcome support from people around the world and are really grateful to all those who offer their knowledge, skills and donations towards our efforts. We also acknowledge the contributions made by Anonymous activists, who today are taking action against Chinese government websites.
Together we are stronger.
Print Screen of Tweet from @anonymzmeduza
Looks like Anonymous is set to strike against Chinese government websites this February 13, an action of solidarity (on Tibetan independence day) which is being reported across Twitter. We’d like to thank @AnonymousTibet for sharing news of this and to all those hacktivists who will be taking part, including #teamriddler #Op_Tibet and #BlackHat. Your active support for Tibet’s just cause is greatly appreciated. Thanks to @anonymzmeduza for her graphic.
Graphic from @tibettruth/original photo from a brave Tibetan inside occupied Tibet.
For more information on this release visit: http://tchrd.org/tibetan-singer-jailed-for-songs-praising-dalai-lama-released-after-more-than-four-years/
Breaking news received from the Anonymous collective #blackhat reports that some 1500 China-linked usernames and passwords have been hacked as part of the ongoing #Op_Tibet action. This latest strike, taken in support of Tibet’s cause for human rights and national freedom has left many Chinese websites exposed and vulnerable to further attacks. Sincere thanks to all, who know who they are, that contributed and for sharing news of this action.