Support those who are under the boot and under the terror of an occupation and a dictatorship

occupied and colonized by China since 1951, deprivation of liberty, brutality, repression, imprisonment, forced labor, executions, torture, plundering of resources, destruction and pollution of the environment, genocide (nearly 1 million Tibetans killed), cultural destruction, attempt at total destruction of Tibetan civilization


Tuesday January 12th, 2021, 11:12 AM

As the US Congress prepared to vote on its much-needed economic stimulus package that provides financial aid to struggling Americans, it added an unexpected and incredible addendum: life-saving provisions to protect the tortured and slaughtered Tibetan people, as well as their peaceful religious and political leader, the Dalai Lama. While US law has traditionally been relatively silent on this subject, the Tibetan people have spent decades suffering as the Chinese government drove their leader into exile, kidnapped and "wiped out" many of their associates, and continued to suffer. 'imprison and murder their people. Finally, the United States defends international human rights and freedom of religion by defending Tibet.

The long-awaited move stipulates that the United States will apply economic sanctions against key leaders of the Communist Party of China if the Chinese government attempts to appoint its own Dalai Lama in order to further control Tibetans. It also prohibits China from establishing new consulates on American soil until the United States is allowed to establish its own consulate in Tibet's capital, Lhasa. These are impressive steps - but it shouldn't end there. Every day, the Tibetan people continue to be brutalized. Some experts estimate that around 1.2 million Tibetans were murdered in a state-sponsored mass genocide. It is time for the European Union to follow the example of the United States. Tell the European Parliament to pass a law declaring that it will sanction the Chinese government if it interferes with the appointment of the Dalai Lama's successor!

P.S. Tibetan monks, nuns and civilians have been subjected to torture, imprisonment and murder. Tell the European Union to protect the Dalai Lama and his supporters now!




Le Dalaï-lama à New York 


We would like to thank Reporter Without Borders who succeeded in unblocking the censorship exercised by the Chinese government on the Tibet Post International site (as well as the censorship exercised by authoritarian regimes on 9 other sites in the world).


Wednesday July 8th 2020, 11:25 AM

Finally, we are interested in Tibet occupied and martyred for decades by the Chinese Communist regime.

follow the link below

Sanctions de Washington contre les responsables chinois impliqués dans la répréssion contre les tibétains.


China, which wants to eliminate the Tibetan nation down to its cultural roots after having massacred 1 million Tibetans, continues to lock up in "laogai", beat and torture thousands of Tibetans to make them abjure their language, their customs and their faith in it. shameful and culpable indifference of our rulers and our fellow citizens.
As you can see, some countries have the right to genocide (mainly communist countries) and others do not! ....
and that in no way disturbs the advocates of "human rights"!

Extract from

We have removed from this site the link to which has been attacked by a virus intended to ward off, by this threat, those of us who would like to find out what is really going on in Tibet. This does not prevent me from going to consult it from time to time (with a good antivirus)
You will find an excerpt from this site which can be consulted without any problem, in the following section.



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The disputed Chinese president's visit to Prague

web photo: Reuters

President Xi Jimping, leading an even harsher policy of repression than his predecessor Hu Jintao, also called "the butcher of Lhassa" (following the fierce repression of the demonstrations of March 5 and 6, 1989 in Lhassa or the Chinese army and police fired into the (unarmed) crowd and killed more than 400 people, civilians and monks) was strongly contested during his March 28, 2016 visit to the Czech Republic.
A giant photo of the Dalai Lama with former President Vaclav Havel was displayed, the latter had received the Dalai Lama despite pressure from Communist China and preferred honor and justice to compromise and money.


Left to right: DIIR Secretary Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, Former MP Mani Shankar Aiyer, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, Activist and Former Politician Jaya Jaitly and DIIR Secretary Sonam Norbu Dagpo, when CTA's full report on the situation in Tibet Club of India, New Delhi, December 17, 2016

Central Tibetan Administration - December 17, 2016 -
News Flash -

From left: DIIR Secretary Ms Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, former MP Mr Mani Shankar Aiyer, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, activist and former politician Jaya Jaitly and DIIR Secretary Sonam Norbu Dagpo, at the release of CTA's comprehensive report on the situation inside Tibet, at Constitution Club of India, New Delhi, on17 December 2016
Left to right: DIIR Secretary Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, Former MP Mani Shankar Aiyer, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, Activist and Former Politician Jaya Jaitly and DIIR Secretary Sonam Norbu Dagpo, when CTA's full report on the situation in Tibet Club of India, New Delhi, December 17, 2016
NEW DELHI: The Tibetan central administration today launched a report titled "Tibet is not part of China, but the Middle Way remains a viable solution". The flagship report is CTA's comprehensive report on the situation inside Tibet under Chinese occupation and was released today in three languages: Tibetan, English and Chinese. Along with Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, former diplomat and MP Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar attended the publication of the report at the Constitution Club of India in New Delhi.
Chinese colonialism on the Roof of the World was the greatest disaster the Tibetan people have had to face in thousands of years of its history. The occupation not only caused great consternation and disappointment to the Tibetan people, but it also resulted in massive destruction of their culture, religion and language as a result of the chess policies adopted by the government. Chinese. However, despite more than fifty years of Chinese brutality and repression, the fact remains that China has failed in its attempt to capture the heart and soul of Tibet. This is evidenced by the peaceful protests that the Tibetan people have continued to stage over the years, especially with this wave of self-immolation protests that have rocked Tibet and which since 2009 have exceeded 145 cases.
This evidence indicates that, contrary to what the Chinese government claims, Tibet is far from the socialist paradise it has promised and remains one of the most repressed places in the world, plunged into a series of unjust and unfair policies. cruel. Stung by these protests and the backlash from the Chinese government, Tibet has once again begun to capture the world's imagination with its nonviolent movement and realistic Middle Way approach to resolving the issue.

The Tibetan Central Administration today released this comprehensive report titled "Tibet is not part of China, but the Middle Way remains a viable solution."
The 107-page report directly addresses the many areas of concern, in particular the fundamental question on the historical status of Tibet, the question of reincarnation with regard to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the deterioration of the environmental situation of the Tibetan plateau. and repression masking urbanization. As well as the economic development inside Tibet.
The report also deeply illustrates the flagship policy of the Tibetan Central Administration - the Middle Way Approach to resolve the Tibet issue amicably with China.
The report, described as readable, informative and poignant at the same time, is CTA's latest attempt to properly inform about the real situation in Tibet after a period of at least seven years. The last comprehensive report on Tibet "Proving the Truth from the Facts" was published in 2009 by DIIR.
“As far as the Chinese government is concerned, the truth has always been a malleable entity, to be subverted and twisted at will to suit its agenda. However, this report promises to stick to the truth in its truest form. and tear apart China's pathological obsession with information control, ”said Dhardon Sharling, DIIR's information secretary. "The report vividly captures the dire consequences of China's atrocities in Tibet and the Tibetan Central Administration's repeated attempts to improve the situation through dialogue," she added.
The report also features bold proclamations and exposes the stark contrast between the Tibet of Chinese propaganda and Tibet which continues to remain - at least in the popular imagination - a separate entity from what the Chinese government attempts to describe. "The Tibetan proposal to resolve the Tibet issue is in close collaboration with India's efforts to resolve its border disputes with China. Nehru's vision was in perfect harmony with the current approaches proposed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama." , said the Indian representative. He also encouraged the Tibetans to continue their efforts and said he remains optimistic and confident for an early resolution of the Tibet issue.
"It is easier to be a pessimist than an optimist, but the fact that there is a dialogue gives the Tibetan movement a certain stability and progress," he said. He added that India and Tibet know that China is not easy to manage. "However, our efforts also let China know that Tibet and India are not easy enemies either. Empty military threats no longer work," he said.
To highlight this particular strain of truth, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay said when releasing the report today: “China has repeatedly made every effort to create a blank image of Tibet that is out of touch with reality. Shortly after its formation in 1949, the People's Republic of China occupied Tibet under the guise of its “liberation.” Since then, people inside Tibet have expressed deep resistance against China's Tibet policy. through many peaceful protests It is clear that issues such as the reincarnation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the degradation of the ecosystem of Tibet, the rapid urbanization of rural Tibetan areas have a direct impact on the whole world. Therefore, we are issuing this publication in three languages to present the current situation in Tibet under Chinese rule and share our position on these issues to bring attention to i international and to generate public discourse on how best to resolve the Tibetan issue. Through the Middle Way Approach. "
Ms. Jaya Jaitly recalled the time when George Fernandes, former defense minister of India and staunch supporter of Tibet, organized the first international conference on Tibet in August 1989. “I would like India to open the door to the process. door to Tibetans, our Country will open your door for you first, "she said.
The full Tibet report received an enthusiastic reception from the audience in attendance, which included Tibetan friends, researchers, politicians, academics and journalists.
"The report, especially the spirit in which it is written, is surprisingly relevant today and should draw the world's attention to the occupation of Tibet and the repeated efforts of the Tibetan Administration to resolve the issue," said Lobsang Yangtso, PhD, JNU. "The non-violent and peaceful approach to reconciliation with the invaders of Tibet by the Tibetan people, based on the Middle Way approach, is exemplary and enlightening," she added.


Photo taken on the web
Today we commemorate the 57th anniversary of the 1959 peaceful uprising against the Chinese invasion and occupation of Tibet. On this occasion, my government colleagues and I would like to pay homage and pray for all those brave men and women who gave their lives for the just cause of Tibet. We want to express our solidarity with all those who continue to suffer from the repression under the Chinese regime.
This has been going on for decades now and Tibet is still under Chinese control. Tibetans have managed to maintain their identity and cultural values despite extremely difficult living conditions. The new generations, inspired by the sacrifices made by their elders, have taken on the responsibility of fighting for the Tibetan cause. The courage and conviction of our brothers in Tibet deserve our praise and admiration.
The Chinese government keeps repeating that happiness and prosperity reign in this new Tibet, but the truth is quite different. In all places inhabited by Tibetans, they are deprived of basic rights and are kept under strict surveillance. This is even more convincing if we take into account the travel and travel bans imposed on Tibetans.
I stand before you to inform you that the situation in Tibet is grim. The Tibetan people continue to be deprived of their fundamental rights and anyone who refers to freedom of worship is often condemned under political pretext and severely punished. Even possession of an image of His Holiness the Dalai Lama is punishable by arrest and imprisonment. The custodians of Buddhist culture are closely watched, monks and nuns risk expulsion from their monastery for "not denouncing" their spiritual leader. At the moment, Tibetans living in the “Tibet Autonomous Region” as well as those in other regions are subject to a hardening of the situation. This reality is corroborated by humanitarian organizations. The Freedom House report in 2016 listed Tibet as the second country in the world for deprivation of liberty. As for Human Rights Watch, it reports that an intense surveillance program is applied to all villages in Tibet. The European Parliament, in its report on EU-China relations of December 2015, clearly expressed its concern about the lack of freedom of worship and freedom of movement in Tibet. The Tibetan people as a whole therefore live in fear and insecurity.

In recent times, the treatment of national minorities by the Chinese authorities, including the Tibetan people, suffers from disinterest and alienation. Chinese action in owning and running the Rebkong (ch Tongren) hotel in Quinghai Province met with strong opposition and protests when it banned Tibetan-speaking employees. On December 22, 2015, a recognized ethnic leader expressed his concern about the prevalence of discrimination during a rally in which he referred to the fact that some people with ethnic roots suffered from discrimination and even rejection in some services. He reported that these problems generated others, social ones, as well as strong political reactions in the "ethnic" regions. Like the policy of the Chinese government in general, the remarks of some leaders, especially those who have called an ethnic group as a whole "separatist", have the same effects. Such remarks aroused strong reactions from academics and intellectuals who responded with scathing writings.
Environmentalists and scientists have recognized the importance of the Tibetan Plateau as the third reservoir of ice and the source of ten of the rivers that feed the surrounding countries. It must be reiterated that the frenzied extraction of Tibet's natural resources, its relentless deforestation, the construction of dams, the retreat of glaciers etc. have undoubtedly caused irreparable damage to its environment which, in turn, affects the entire environment of Tibet. Asian continent. Recognizing the urgent need to protect Tibet's environment, we have consistently raised this issue at international climate change conferences. Last year, the Tibetan Central Administration presented, at the COP21 in Paris, an indictment accompanied by a 10-point plan, explaining how the Tibetan plateau concerned the whole world and called on the Chinese government and the international community to take immediate action to protect it.
We, the Kashag (cabinet of ministers) of the Tibetan Central Administration, believe that the long conflict in Tibet and its resolution can only be achieved in a face-to-face meeting between the representatives of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Chinese government. We confirm that we are always in total agreement with the Middle Way which demands real autonomy for the Tibetan people. This Middle Way does not in any way require the separation of Tibet from China. In fact, our position is clear and known to the Chinese authorities concerned. Hopefully the leaders in Beijing will recognize this approach instead of distorting it and take a step to engage in dialogue with representatives of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
In this regard, President Barak Obama, during a joint press conference with President Xi Jinping in Rose Garden on September 25, 2015, said: “We continue to encourage the Chinese authorities to preserve cultural and religious identity. of the Tibetan people and to enter into a relationship with the Dalai Lama or his representatives. The concern and support of the United States government was amply demonstrated by the visits to the Tibetan community in India by Ms. Sarah Sewall, Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues and Under Secretary for Civil Security, Democracy and Human Rights. State Department man. The Kashag deeply thanks the United States for its support and solidarity as it brings hope and courage to the Tibetan people.
China claims the right to identify the reincarnation of the Tibetan spiritual leader. This is a blatant lie because it is based on a falsified story. The power and authority to decide on the reincarnation of the Buddha of Compassion, protector of Tibet and savior embodied in a human body is the prerogative of the Dalai Lama alone. No one other than him has the right. Regarding the recognition of reincarnation, His Holiness the Dalai Lama clearly indicated the procedure to be followed in his declaration of September 24, 2011: “When I reach 90 years old, I will consult grand lamas (masters) of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the Tibetan people and others concerned who follow the path of Tibetan Buddhism. We will then decide whether the institution of the Dalai Lamas should continue or not on these bases. If it is decided that the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama should continue and that a 15th Dalai Lama is needed, the responsibility will fall on the staff of the Dalai Lama of the Gaden Phodrang Foundation.
They should consult the leaders of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition as well as the protectors of the Dharma who have taken the oath and are inseparable from the lineage of the Dalai Lamas. They should seek advice from the latter and carry out the search and recognition procedures in accordance with past tradition. I will leave clear instructions on this. Keep in mind that, apart from reincarnation recognized by this legitimate process, no reincarnation or acceptance should be given to a candidate chosen for political reasons by anyone, including the PRC ”.
We were truly overjoyed to see the deep respect, reverence, and enthusiasm with which Tibetans inside and outside Tibet, friends and supporters around the world celebrated His 80th birthday. Holiness the Dalai Lama. The most recent and important event took place in Delhi in the presence of former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, former Deputy Prime Minister Shri LJ Advani, former ministers Dr. Karan Singh, Dr. P Chidambaram and other eminent figures representing the Indian people. On this occasion, Dr. Manmohan Singh referred to the Dalai Lama by reverently calling him “the gift of God to the world”.

The multiple actions or achievements of His Holiness the great 14th Dalai Lama are not mentioned because they are known to the whole world. However, at a time when Buddhism is going through a difficult period, faithful supporters and practitioners of Buddhism should be grateful for the precious opportunity given to them to receive the teaching of the 18 major stages of the path to enlightenment ( lamrim), a teaching meticulously and efficiently lavished by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in recent years. Such a feat is unprecedented in the entire history of Tibet and must be engraved there in gold letters. We are pleased to share with you the excellent news of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's imminent return to Dharamsala after successful medical treatment in the United States.
After the transfer of political and administrative power to elected officials, the 14th Kashag, led by myself, comes to an end. Concrete efforts have been formulated to increase international awareness and support for Tibet, to make improvements in the education of Tibetan children and the stability of refugee camps, among others. The decision to award the “Geshema Degree” to nuns is a landmark decision. We have seen an extraordinary response to our appeal to help Nepal earthquake victims, which deserves recognition and appreciation. The Kashag would like to thank and express his deep appreciation to His Holiness the Dalai Lama for his invaluable words of wisdom and sound advice. We also extend our heartfelt thanks to the Tibetan people inside and outside Tibet who have repeatedly expressed their support to us.
The Tibetan people in exile follow the path of democracy and have shown constant interest and actively participated in the electoral process. Soon the last round of the election of Sikyong and members of the Tibetan Parliament in exile will be held. Voters are therefore encouraged to participate in this election so as to exercise their democratic rights, as specified in the “Charter of Tibetans in Exile”.

The Kashag would like to take this opportunity to recall the kindness of the leaders of the various nations who cherish justice, parliamentarians, intellectuals, academics, human rights organizations and support groups in Tibet, who have stood firm in their support for the Tibetan people. We will especially always remember the kindness and continued support of the people and government of the Republic of India and the state governments who have helped us to preserve and promote our religion and culture, while caring for the good. -being of our people in exile. We offer our deep gratitude to all of them.

Finally, we pray for the long life and health of our esteemed leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama. May all his wishes be granted. May we achieve an immediate resolution of the Tibetan problem and most importantly, may the Tibetans inside and outside Tibet come together quickly.


Note: This is a translation of the statement in Tibetan. Please treat the Tibetan version as definitive and authoritative

March 14, 2016



"Tibetans who refuse to hoist the Chinese flag over their homes risk being brutalized or killed. This is China's latest find to break down Tibetan resistance. But this week we have the best chance in years to restore hope to the people. Tibetans, a proud but desperate people.

The Chinese leaders have launched a wide-ranging campaign to cover up their human rights violations and to convince other governments to vote in favor of China for its election to the United Nations Human Rights Council. If enough of us expose to the world what is happening in Tibet - a crushed ancient religion, censored journalists, early morning arrests - we can convince China of the need to reverse its policy of oppression. to ensure that the 97 votes necessary for his election are obtained.

Let us show the Tibetans that the world does not forget them. China is currently under pressure: 13 countries have just called on it for its human rights violations in Tibet. Sign to support Tibet and send this text to all your loved ones. When we reach a million signatures, we will deliver this petition to key UN delegations and create a real media surge. "



Thursday October 4th, 2012, 11:58 AM


Sunday March 30th, 2008, 10:37 AM

Read on March 2008 by Redaction Tibet Info (JMB)
On this occasion, we will denounce the degraded treatment of the Tibetan people and the systematic and aggravated human rights violations committed by the People's Republic of China.
China has slaughtered one million two hundred thousand Tibetans, and what is happening right now before our eyes in Tibet is nothing but genocide. This same government also represses those who only claim democracy in China.

Moreover, China exerts ideological influence over the Vietnamese Communist Party to stifle voices calling for democracy in Vietnam and it wields invasion threats against Taiwan. Now the Chinese military is leading intrusions on Nepalese soil. China illegally occupies Tibet but also East Turkestan (ch .: Xinjiang) and part of Mongolia.

The recent Chinese military repressions against peaceful demonstrators of the Tibetan civilian population bear witness to the incompatibility with the values of the Olympic Games. All the more so as China pledged before the International Olympic Committee to respect fundamental rights and freedom of expression in China and Tibet. However, the handling of the crisis in Tibet has proven otherwise. People's China no longer inspires the confidence and respect of the international community, and even less among rebels.

Let us prevent another extermination of an entire people and the Tibetan Nation by learning from the fate of millions of European Jews during World War II. Tibetans are living the current situation.
This appeal is launched by all of the following communities: Burmese, Chinese, Taiwanese, Tibetan, Turkestan, Vietnamese and COBOP.


Film de Martin Scorcese de 1997

Retrace la jeunesse du 14ème Dalaï lama jusqu'à son exil en Inde, après les menaces de mort à son encontre par les dirigeants communistes chinois, et l'invasion de son pays par la dictature communiste chinoise.

Flag of the Chushi Gangdrug, the Tibetan Resistance (1950-1974)

manifestations  around the world

The Dalai Lama in Geneva; Beijing wants to censor

photo issue du Web

Song "la Tibetaine" by Yves Duteil.


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