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3/20/08

China 'Orchestrated Deadly Tibetan Riots'

And media kingpins, like Rupert Murdoch who told Vanity Fair that the Dailai Lama is "A very political monk in Gucci shoes" were too happy to oblige.

Looking at photos of the deadly riots, I was surprised that it was usually two or three people attacking Chinese, looting, and damaging property, while the rest of the crowd stood a good distance away. At least AP didn't acquire this photo from Beijing's communist media, although they casually called the violent people "Tibetan protesters" and the rest "a crowd" in the caption.


Photo property of AP published here and used under fair-use copyright rules for purpose of critiquing AP's journalism.
Now comes this explosive report:

‘Beijing orchestrating Tibet riots’

(CFP)- "Britain’s GCHQ, the government communications agency that electronically monitors half the world from space, has confirmed the claim by the Dalai Lama that agents of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, the PLA, posing as monks, triggered the riots that have left hundreds of Tibetans dead or injured. GCHQ analysts believe the decision was deliberately calculated by the Beijing leadership to provide an excuse to stamp out the simmering unrest in the region, which is already attracting unwelcome world attention in the run-up to the Olympic Games this summer...

Increasingly, monks have led acts of civil disobedience, demanding the right to perform traditional incense burning rituals. With their demands go cries for the return of the Dalai Lama, the 14th to hold the high spiritual office... Discovering that his supporters inside Tibet and China would become even more active in the months approaching the Olympic Games this summer, British intelligence officers in Beijing learned the ruling regime would seek an excuse to move and crush the present unrest.

That fear was publicly expressed by the Dalai Lama [and completely ignored by the media]. GCHQ’s satellites, geo-positioned in space, were tasked to closely monitor the situation. The doughnut-shaped complex, near Cheltenham racecourse, is set in the pleasant Cotswolds in the west of England. Seven thousand employees include the best electronic experts and analysts in the world. Between them they speak more than 150 languages. At their disposal are 10,000 computers, many of which have been specially built for their work.

The images they downloaded from the satellites provided confirmation the Chinese used agent provocateurs to start riots, which gave the PLA the excuse to move on Lhasa to kill and wound over the past week. What the Beijing regime had not expected was how the riots would spread, not only across Tibet, but also to Sichuan, Quighai and Gansu provinces, turning a large area of western China into a battle zone.

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