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AP Omits Tibet From US Bill Slamming China

On the eve of the Olympic start, the US House of Representatives passed a bill condemning China for their human rights violations, particularly in Tibet. The bill made several points, calling on Bush to:

1. "begin earnest negotiations, without preconditions, directly with His Holiness the Dalai Lama or his representatives, on the future of Tibet to provide for a mutually agreeable solution that addresses the legitimate grievances of, and provides genuine autonomy for, the Tibetan people;"
2. Seek to visit Tibet while in China;
3. Guarantee unrestricted travel by journalists and visitors to Tibet; and
4. Make a strong public statement on China's human rights situation, both prior to his departure and while in Beijing.

Here's AP pitiful excuse for a news report:

AP- The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a resolution calling on China to immediately stop abusing its citizens' rights and to end its support for Myanmar and Sudan."

ZERO mention of Tibet, the main focus of this bill. Most media are taking China's side, headlining "China lashes out at USA's attack," if they report it at all. I can't find any report from Fox News, LA Times, New York Times, Drudgreport, NBC (invested billions in the Olympics, etc.

1 comment:

veracity said...

It is time for international intervention on the Tibet issue.
Politicians, form every country, and for five decades, have rung their hands in public over the atrocity of the illegal Chinese occupation, but never shown the least bit if courage to make a tangible impact.
Time is fast running out for Tibet under the perverse policies of the occupying Chinese.
Now time has come for righteous politicians from the so called civilized nations to bring this issue to the UN, and as a first step force China to accept at least some semblance of accepted international human rights standards, all of which they’re signatories to.

Every self respecting nation should immediately:

• Declare Tibet an occupied nation.
• Recognize the Tibetan Government in exile.
• Force China to cease its illegal occupation through intense, coordinated international pressure.
• Postulate the issue before the UN and bring about resolutions to the same effect.

The Dalai Lama’s good intentions are being exploited to the full by the CCP and made a mockery of, by resorting to puerile berating of his HH and questioning his legitimacy.

The legitimacy question is China’s alone.
This anachronistic, colonial and thoroughly racist empire is doomed to failure; they rose by, and just manage to hold onto power at the barrel of the gun.
Remove the gun, and with it evaporates their raison d'ĂȘtre, and their perceived ‘legitimacy’ arising from it.
Free Tibet now.