“What better way to let the world know that there’s nothing objectionable going on than to indefinitely suspend foreign tourism!”

Via elephant journal
on Jun 7, 2012
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Glorious Leader sez…

Nothing to See Here.

China: Foreigners Barred in Tibet.

Of course, they don’t even call it Tibet anymore.

Following our story re the immolations, China has banned tourists from the whole of occupied Tibet. Yeah, that goes for press, too. Because censoring the internet, media, militarizing monasteries and making photos of the Dalai Lama apparently wasn’t enough to snuff freedom.

For more:

In a matter of days, the number of expected foreign visitors to Tibet has gone from millions to zero, as China Forbids International Tourism to Tibet Indefinitely


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3 Responses to ““What better way to let the world know that there’s nothing objectionable going on than to indefinitely suspend foreign tourism!””

  1. […] letters of truth seem benign from so far away. I propose an alternative reality to that—what China is doing to the Tibetans today will be knocking on our suburban doors not far into […]

  2. […] and Chinese. Given the recently deteriorating situation in Tibet, of which the tragic series of self-immolations is a stark symptom, I hope your Administration will be able to take further steps to encourage a […]

  3. Henry says:

    It's hard for a western guy to read such things – we often tend to just close our eyes in concern of other parts of the world. In the end it makes you feel sad for being able not to do anything about it .. can we?

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