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Tibet Genocide

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Michael Roberts

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Transcript of Tibet Genocide

Mike Roberts Tibet Genocide 1959(1949)- 1990's(present) What You Can Do To Help! Tibetans rose up against their Chinese occupiers, the up-rise was immediately halted by the Chinese military. Around the same time Dalai Lama (Tibet spiritual leader) and more then 80,000Tibetans escaped to India. After this the Chinese began the next phases of their occupation. 1959 Tibetan singers often sung pop songs on Tibetan and Chinese television stations. These routine shows showed citizens (in Tibet and China) that were not witnessing the occupation first hand that the Tibet culture was not being harmed by the occupation. Bystanders: ICT (International Campaign for Tibet): Resistors: Go to http://www.savetibet.org/ Victims: Tibetans, and their culture. Perpetrators: Communist Chinese Government Bystanders: Resistors: ICT, Dalai Lama, 1959 Uprisers Early Occupation For centuries Tibet was a fairly remote country between China and India. In 1949 after the communist Chinese government got a strong foundation they invaded Tibet and quickly over powered the small Tibetan military. After the invasion China began colonizing Tibet, and doing what they can to destroy the Tibetan identity. Tibet was targeted by China for strategic and economic reasons because of their Communist Party's imperialist ambitions. The Next Phases: 1959-1966: -Violent suppression of government and culture,
-Mass arrests,
-Large number of labor camps,
-Annexation of Tibet. 1966-1976: -Destroyed remaining monasteries and monuments,
-Killed those resisting destruction of the "four olds",
-Eradicate all traces of Tibetan Buddhist culture. 1976-1993 -Temporary liberalization, reversed by Xioping
-Mass influx in settlers
-Martial law and renewed suppression
Tibetan Singers Go to the "Support Tibet" tab Then click donate online,fill out the required information, and make your payment! By donating online you: - Support Dalai Lama,
-Ensure safe passage of refugees,
-Maintain pressure on U.S. gov. to make real progress,
-Build long term support for Tibetan people, and culture,
-Monitor and report human right abuse in Tibet. The ICT publishes large amounts of information about the occupation in Tibet such as reports, press releases, information on the occupation and genocide, what Dalai Lama is doing for his nation, and allowing anyone to donate money to help Tibetans. Dalai Lama: His Holiness the Dalai Lama is the leader of Tibet, and fled the country to India in 1959 to inform the world about the crimes China is committing. Discussion between Dalai Lama and representatives from Beijing have recently began. Congressman Mcgovern and Wolf: These two congressman from the House of Reps. wrote a letter to President Obama asking that the "United States take a leading role... in the human rights situation in Tibet" "Tibet." Enotes.com. Enotes.com, n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. "The Tibet Post." China's Hidden 'Cultural Genocide' in Tibet; Crimes Against Humanity? N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. "International Campaign for Tibet." International Campaign for Tibet. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. "International Campaign for Tibet." International Campaign for Tibet. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. "Tibet." Enotes.com. Enotes.com, n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013.
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