Human rights of Tibet, when it was governed by Dalai
In this post, I want to talk about the history, how Dalai became the enemy of Chinese government and the human rights of Tibet, when it was governed by Dalai Lama during 1935-1959.
In fact, Dalai Lama is a religious title of privilege in Tibetan Buddhism (many Tibetans in exile call Dalai as their Holiness). After the former Dalai Lama died, Buddhism monks have to select a little boy as the successor. The new Dalai Lama should be approved by the central Chinese government. Today, the well-known Dalai Lama actually is the 14th Dalai Lama, who was born in Qinghai Province, China, but not in Tibet. The appointment was approved by central government in 1935 when the China mainland was still governed by KuoMinTang.
In 1949, the Communist party defeated KuoMinTang in the civil war, and communist army entered Tibet in 1950. At first, Dalai supported China Communist Party(CCP), because Communist party promised that they tentatively did not have a plan to abolish Tibetan Slavery. At that time, Tibet was the last area that slavery is a part of regional law.
In 1959, Dalai thought that CCP was sure to abolish the slavery, sooner or later, therefore he waged a military coup. The result is that Dalai’s army was defeated by People’s Liberal Army(PLA), and Dalai with his supporters escaped to India.
Chinese Tibetan government decided to abolish the slavery, although Tibetan slave-owners strongly disagree. After what the Chinese government called ‘Democratic Reform’, the slavery was abolished, however, many slaveowners escaped to India and became the enemies of Chinese government. Those slaveowners and their families formed the group of Tibetan in exile, and most of them are living in India, Nepal and many western countries as refugees.
The following pictures are released from archives, which reflects the real life of ordinary Tibetan people under the government of Dalai.
The first picture shows that two Tibetans as slaves. Theire hands and feet are locked together by Tibetan slaveowners in case of escape.
Do you know what these are? These are Tibetan people’s skin! Dalai Lama used human skin to execute some Buddhism ceremony. The slaveoweners killed their slaves and peeled their skins. In this picture, obviously the left and the right are skins of children, and the middle belongs to an adult slave. The slaveoweners are willing to provide Dalai with human skins, because they believe they will be blessed by Dalai according to the Tibetan Buddhism.
The third picture shows a slave whose arms were cutted off. When Dalai governed Tibet, human bones were made into religious instruments. The most cruel thing is that the slaveowners cut arms and legs from Tibetan slaves who are alive.
This little girl starved to death. The slaveowners have sufficient foods and they intentionally let the female slave starve to death, because they want to use her heart, liver and other organs as sarcrifice. Besides, her head will be made into a container of drinks.
Do you know how old the female slave were when this picture was taken? Most of you maybe think she was beyond 60 years old. In fact, this female slave, Jinyang, was 35 years old when the picture was taken. No doubt, it is the slavery life that lead this young woman to such terrible state.
When I was editing this entry, I really feel sad for the tragedy of Tibetan people under the government of Dalai. I still have many horrible pictures, and I will release them later. Do you want to let the Tibetan be under the government of Dalai again?