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Chinese Occupation Of Tibet

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I believe that Chinese occupation in Tibet is a tragedy that should be
delt with before a total genocide of the Tibetan cultures occurs. This is a very
serious topic that has been avoided since the late 1940's.
Chinese occupation in Tibet is one of the great tragedies in history.
The Communist government is trying to completely erase the Tibetan culture.
Since the Tibetan religion is Buddhism they have vowed to never hurt another
living creature, and because of this they cannot fight back against the Chinese
army. Tibetans can only practice their religion under extensive government
watch and thousands of monasteries have been destroyed. Over 1.2 million
Tibetans have been killed and thousands imprisoned for voicing their religious
beliefs. Tibetan women are sometimes forced to have abortions and become
sterilized. The Chinese have reeked havoc ...

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