China goes "Mr. Hyde" against India - Re: 100 years of shame/ a new Century of Shame for China -- Re: China reparations to world, ought include returning Tibet to the Tibetans - Wuhan China virus - [PEACE]
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Wed May 27 20:01:10 PDT 2020
On Sun, Apr 12, 2020 at 03:50:29PM +1000, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 12, 2020 at 11:44:05AM +1000, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> > China ought be held to return Tibet to the Tibetans, under the authority of the Dalai Llama, as part of the reparations for the China virus/ Wuhan flu.
> > Coronavirus response in Tibet: arrests, crackdown, religious repression
> > https://savetibet.org/coronavirus-response-in-tibet-arrests-crackdown-religious-repression/
> > https://tibet.net/coronavirus-response-in-tibet-arrests-crackdown-religious-repression/
> > ..
> > - China has responded to the spread of coronavirus to Tibet by cracking down on people who post information online about the deadly illness, including one man who was detained by police simply for encouraging his contacts to recite prayers to ward off infection.
> > - Chinese authorities also announced the cancellation of public religious festivals and prayer ceremonies for “Losar,” the Tibetan New Year, which begins Feb. 24.
> > - In the wake of the outbreak, the Chinese government has activated its network of military and Chinese Community Party cadres to spread propaganda about protecting “stability”—a euphemism for the suppression of free speech and the enforcement of compliance with CCP policies.
> > - Despite the spread of the virus, China’s leadership has chosen to move ahead with a new campaign in Tibet described as sending a “million police to 10 million homes.” The intention is to ensure “grassroots” integration of security forces in local communities. The campaign began in January and will continue throughout the year.
> > - In contrast to the Chinese government’s heavy-handed response, the Tibetan people have reacted to the outbreak of coronavirus with compassion. Monasteries have donated funds for the purchase of facemasks and goggles, and Tibetans lit butter lamps in honour of the Chinese whistleblower who warned about the virus and subsequently died from it.
> > https://www.yandex.com/search/?text=coronavirus%20in%20tibet&lr=10145
> So China's behaviour through all this Chinese Wuhan coronavirus COVID-19 brouhaha, from any view of "human lives matter", has been utterly atrocious.
> But what does one expect from the CCP/ Chinese communist regime?
> This awareness now rising in the West, leads to a looming "100 Years of Shame" for the Chinese.
> Little things such as setting right the Chinese wrongs in Tibet and giving Tibetans back their country, may go part of the way to a future where China is able to build a moral standing in the world. Until then, it is a certainty we shall, sadly, see the coming Century Of Shame for the Chinese people.
> This will not be "humiliation" since it is not caused by other nations, but by the behaviour of the Chinese Communist Party members themselves, and the consequences therefrom.
China feels the burn, chooses to get uppity and aggressive against India:
Satellite Images Confirm Rapid Chinese Military Expansion On Disputed Indian Border
A new report in the Asia-based online tech journal Insider Paper cites open source satellite images to confirm the latest widespread reporting on the major Chinese PLA troop build-up underway along disputed Sino-Indian border regions.
The report cites the following via a reputable open-source satellite imagery analyst:
According to a few satellite images published by a local Indian news publication, the Chinese troops have commenced the expansion of its airbase, 200 km from Pangong Lake, in Ladakh. The images, also showing Ngari Gunsa airport in Tibet, originated from open-source intelligence expert @detresfa_, an analyst with ShadowBreak Intl.
"The first image shows how the territory originally looked. However, the second image clearly shows massive construction activity going on in the territory."
According to the report, this suggests a significant and rapid Chinese military build-up in the past months along the contested border region amid what Indian media has widely reported since this weekend to be PLA forces digging into fortified positions.
Importantly, the strategic base is a mere 200km away from Pangong lake, where recent skirmishes between Chinese and Indian border patrols took place on May 5th-6th.
The Insider Paper report continues, based on satellite analysis: "The expansion has included something that looks more like a secondary tarmac to combat aircraft or taxi-track. Also, the third image shows a line-up of four fighter jets. They are either J-11 or J-16 fighters of the Chinese PLA Air Force."
.. Sporadic but fierce clashes have occurred going back to the 1960's along the shared but pretty much completely unmarked 2,100 mile border, which often involves literal fist-fights among opposing troops and border patrol guards.
.. And The Guardian also said on Wednesday: "Thousands of Chinese People's Liberation (PLA) troops are reported to have moved into sensitive areas along the eastern Ladokh border, setting up tents and stationing vehicles and heavy machinery in what India considers to be its territory."
.. It's a fast escalating situation that FP recently noted could explode into major conflict between two nuclear armed powers.
The more China shows its ugly side today, the more the settlement will be against its interests.
Tibet ought by rights be returned to the Tibetans under the authority of the Dalai Llama.
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