Beijing's communist dictatorship executes Tibetans while the Chinese who murdered many hundreds of thousands of people in decades past in Tibet walk freely in the light of day.
Where is the justice?
The Tibetan unrest and uprising in 2008 was not the disease, but simply the growing symptom of a disease which is China's continued illegal occupation and colonization of Tibet.
Since the Chinese military invasion of Tibet over a million Tibetans have been murdered by the Chinese. 6,000 Buddhist monasteries have been destroyed and Tibetan culture and religious practice in its own homeland brutally supressed.
When will the Chinese government ever learn that their continued violence, destruction and murder in Tibet will only harm themselves much more in the long run...
"It was because of your disregard of the Law of Karma, That an ugly body in an inferior birth was taken, Should you think now upon the vices of Samsara, You would confess your guilt, and promise to do good.
Like a lion, I do not fear; Like an elephant, I have no anxiety; Like a madman, I have no pretension and no hope. I tell you the honest truth. To make trouble and afflict me Will only bring more sorrow on yourself."
Milarepa speaking to the Demoness Draug Srin Mo in Linba Draug, The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa page 46, in the Garma C.C. Chang translation
EU denounces China's execution of two Tibetans AFP October 29, 2009
BRUSSELS (AFP) The European Union on Thursday condemned China's execution of two Tibetans, voicing concerns over how their trials were conducted.
"The European Union condemns the recent executions of two Tibetans, Mr Lobsang Gyaltsen and Mr Loyak," the Swedish EU presidency said in a statement on behalf of the 27-nation bloc.
"The EU respects China's right to bring those responsible for the violence to justice but reaffirms its longstanding opposition to the use of the death penalty under all circumstances," the EU statement said.
"The EU reiterates its concerns about the conditions under which the trials were conducted, especially with regard to whether due process and other safeguards for a fair trial were respected," the EU presidency added.
The European Union has called for death sentences handed down on several other Tibetans to be commuted.
China said Tuesday that the two Tibetans had been executed for their role in deadly ethnic unrest that rocked the Himalayan region last year, the first known use of capital punishment over the violence.Fierce anti-China protests erupted in Lhasa and spread across Tibet and adjacent areas with Tibetan populations in March last year, embarrassing the government in Beijing as it prepared to host the Olympic Games.
Beijing blamed the Dalai Lama -- the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader seen by authorities as a separatist bent on independence -- for inciting the unrest. He, however, insists he only wants greater regional autonomy for Tibet.
China has said "rioters" were responsible for 21 deaths, while its security forces killed only one "insurgent." But the exiled Tibetan government has said more than 200 Tibetans were killed in the subsequent crackdown.