The colonization of Tibet continues inexorably under China's Communist Party leaders seeking to completely erradicate all vestiges of its history, religion and culture and with the clear purpose of transforming the demographics of the country and make its people disappear as a nation.
This strategy was already envisioned by former Communist Party Secretary Chen Kuiyuan when he blatantly ordered to: "Erradicate Tibetan Buddhism and culture from the face of the Earth, so that no memory of them will be left in the minds of coming generations of Tibetans, except as museum pieces."
This is not just talk. The Chinese government is acting with impunity to crush relgious freedom in Tibet, destroy the Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, and effectively wipe Tibet and Tibetans off the map, so future generations will never know they existed.
So far, more than 6.200 monasteries has been destroyed or damaged in Tibet, leaving less that 100 standing. Chinese Communist Party officials view Tibetan Buddhism as a major obstacle to controlling Tibetan's lives and they constantly target monks and nuns.Add a comment Leer más...