THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – POLLUTER

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THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – POLLUTER

The word ‘pollute’ means to make unclean, impure, corrupt, defile, contaminate, dirty by releasing harmful ideas, wicked practices, immoral and unethical conduct apart from the usual meaning of a harmful chemical or waste material recklessly discharged into water, land, and air. Red China is guilty of both kinds of pollution and hence I acknowledge Red China as a “POLLUTER.”

My concern is not about Karl Marx’s philosophy called ‘Dialectical Materialism’. My concern is about Red China’s immoral conduct and behavior. My concern is about Red China’s use of Intimidation, Infiltration, and Internal Subversion to inject her Communist Doctrine into Land of Tibet which she had illegally occupied since 1950s using her superior military power. Red China constantly intimidates Tibetan people to make them afraid, to make them timid, and to force them or deter them with threats and use of brutal violence. Red China uses the policy of Intimidation to completely undermine ability of Tibetans to resist military occupation. The policy of Intimidation is not working and Tibetans responded with patience and perseverance to resist Red China’s military occupation.

Red China, A Jackal, knows several tricks or ruses to conquer her opponents. Red China is using a strategy called ‘Infiltration’ to subjugate Tibetan people. Infiltration involves penetrating a group or a region gradually or stealthily so as to attack or to seize control from within. In military strategy, Infiltration describes passing through weak places in the defense lines in order to attack defender’s flanks or rear. Red China used a frontal attack and had overcome opposition to her military power when she occupied Tibet in 1950. However, Red China failed to exercise control or influence the minds of Tibetan people. Tibetan National Identity and Tibetan National Character is resisting corrupting influences introduced by Foreign Conqueror. Tibet is displaying strength, and resilience in refusing to embrace evil, wicked, depraved, dishonest dealings and behavior of Communists. The word ‘CORRUPTION’ means a change from sound condition to an unsound condition. The effect or consequence of Corruption is described as rotten, spoiled, contaminated, deteriorated, debased, perverted, venal, or depraved condition as compared to normal standards and perceptions of morality and ethical behavior.

Red China is a Seven-headed Scarlet Beast and in her passionate desire to possess Tibet; to dominate, to control, and to influence Tibetan people Red China is using a Communist tactic called “Internal Subversion.” Subversion is a mechanism used to ruin, destroy, or overthrow an established government, institution, belief, etc., using the tool called Corruption. Red China is using Subversion as a means to undermine or corrupt established social, cultural, religious, political, and belief ‘Systems’ of Tibet to overthrow, destroy, and ruin Tibetan National Identity, Tibetan National Character that continues to resist Red China’s Communist Doctrine and Ideology.

The controversy about Tibetan Panchen Lama is evidence of Red China’s wicked practice called ‘Internal Subversion’.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162, USA
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  • China’s Panchen Lama promises Xi he will uphold national unity

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Gyaltsen Norbu, the 11th Panchen Lama, speaks with a delegate ahead of the opening of the third plenary meeting of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Beijing

Gyaltsen Norbu (R), the 11th Panchen Lama, speaks with a delegate ahead of the opening of the third plenary …

BEIJING (Reuters) – A youth named by China as the second-highest figure in Tibetan Buddhism, but reviled as a fake by many Tibetans, on Wednesday told President Xi Jinping he backed national unity and would strive to meet the Communist Party’s expectations.

Although officially atheist, China selected Gyaltsen Norbu as the 11th Panchen Lama in 1995, in a drive to win the hearts and minds of Tibetans.

Tibet’s current spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, had announced his own choice of a six-year-old boy, but he was taken away by authorities and has since vanished from public view.
This year marks not only the 20th anniversary of the boy’s disappearance, but also the 80th birthday of the Dalai Lama, who has lived in exile in India since fleeing Tibet in 1959 following an abortive uprising against Chinese rule.

It is also the 50th anniversary of the founding of what China calls the Tibet Autonomous Region.

At a meeting in the party’s Zhongnanhai leadership compound in central Beijing, China’s Panchen Lama told Xi he would “resolutely uphold the unity of the motherland and its people”, state television said in its main evening news bulletin.

He would “not fail to live up to the ardent expectations of the party and people”, the report added.

Xi said the party paid great attention to events in Tibet, and would send a delegation to mark 50 years of the founding of the autonomous region.

“Tomorrow will be even better for all the people of Tibet,” Xi said, adding that he hoped China’s Panchen Lama would promote patriotism and uphold national unity.
China has gradually exposed its Panchen Lama in public roles in the hope he will achieve the respect commanded by the Dalai Lama among Tibetans and globally, and in 2012 he made his first trip outside mainland China when he visited Hong Kong.

Chinese troops marched into Tibet in 1950. After the Dalai Lama fled, the 10th Panchen Lama stayed on and was initially seen as a collaborator, but it later emerged that his criticism of Beijing had earned him more than a decade spent either in prison or under house arrest.
Freed in 1977, he was politically rehabilitated the following year, and died in 1989.

Activists say China has violently tried to stamp out religious freedom and culture in Tibet, which remains under heavy security. China rejects the criticism, saying its rule has ended serfdom and brought development to a backward region.

(Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)

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