To Ottawa! (March 20, 2008)

This is a call to all freedom fighters and humanitarians to gather in front of the Parliament Hill on Thursday, March 20, 2008 at 9 AM. The international spotlight is now focused squarely on the happenings inside Tibet. This is our moment to link arms with our brothers and sisters back in Tibet and turn that spotlight into a worldwide pressure.

Tibetan Monk

How long can China continue to cover up their violent and brutal suppression of millions of Tibetans inside Tibet? How much lower can they sink without drowning in their own lies and filth? Is the IOC really willing to cover up their bloody hands for the sake of greed?

We can change that outcome. And we can do that right up to the face of the monster.

What: Ottawa Tibetan Rally
When: Thursday, March 20, 2008 at 9 AM
Where: The Parliament Hill & the Chinese Embassy.

See you on the streets!

For Tibet! For Tibetans!


5 responses to “To Ottawa! (March 20, 2008)

  1. when/where is the next protest in ottawa

  2. for crying out loud that’s a picture from Nepal not from China.

    Oh well, I guess media distortion is the strongest weapon against any truth.

  3. The Manchurians ruled China for 200 years, but at the end the Hans absorbed them. There are just way too many Hans. What so special about the Tibetans ??

  4. Ne: No where in the post was it mentioned that the picture was taken in Tibet. This was just the one that I thought perfectly (and beautifully) captured the struggle and the costs of the struggle.

    If you like — I can post the graphic images of the dead Tibetans riddled with bullets. But then you’d call that “sensationalism”, wouldn’t you?

  5. Johnny: No one’s saying the Tibetans are special about anything. We’re just asking the Chinese gov’t to please stop oppressing us.

    Is that simple enough? How much clearer can I make it to you? Do you want me to lash back at the Han Chinese about some perceived insult? Because that’s what your post is: a bait for racist remarks.

    I hope you look deep inside yourself and question why the Tibetans have been so adamant in their struggle for the last fifty years. This isn’t about a bunch of us worrying that we might not get to celebrate some holidays in our special villages. This is about a whole culture on the brink of being wiped out from the face of the earth.

    Please put yourself into the shoes of a Tibetan and try to imagine
    yourself in Tibet for a bit.

    Just try it.

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