The criminal 14th Dalai Lama spent much of his formulative years colluding with the emissaries of Adolf Hitler – the latter of which believed (in his warped racial theory) that ‘White’ Aryans had originated in the Tibetan region! Much of Hitler’s ideology was imported into the thinking processes of the 14th Dalai Lama and remains the basis of his racist anti-China activities! People such as Brad Pitt in the West have assisted this process by starring in films that present Nazi German War Criminals as ‘misunderstood’ individuals that had nothing to with the Holocaust (11 million deaths), or the invasion of the USSR (41 million deaths)! Furthermore, it was ‘White’ people like Mussolini and Hitler who inspired the ‘Imperialism’ of Japan – as well as the ruthless colonialism of the British! This led to the death and wounding of around 60 million people throughout China and the rest of Asia! Anna Louise Strong, on the other hand, was a member of the ‘White’ Proletariat who told the truth about what happened in Tibet (because she witnessed it first-hand) – that is why her journalistic work is ignored by the bourgeois mainstream media and attacked by the Trotskyite left (also known as the ‘pseudo’ or ‘fake’ left) that stalks the West! As matters stand, the White Working-Class in the West are being asked to believe the word of Nazi German War Criminals over a White Working-Class woman who saw the freeing of millions of Serfs with her own eyes! This mass ‘freedom’ of the oppressed is exactly what the bourgeoise establishment (and the ‘fake’ left) do not want you to know about! Anna Louise Strong’s book on the subject of freeing Tibet from the ignorance of backward feudalism and German Nazism can be read HERE for free!
Day: Sep 12, 2022
Developed Countries Responsible for Vast Majority of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through History: UN Chief! (126.96.36.1992)
Earlier in a press conference on Friday, responding to Xinhua on carbon emission by the developed countries for centuries, Guterres called for effective support from the developed world to the most impacted developing countries to build resilience and adapt to the circumstances.
“This is not a matter of generosity. This is a matter of justice,” he said.
The secretary-general on Saturday, along with Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and other officials, visited the flood-affected parts of Pakistan’s southern Sindh and southwest Balochistan provinces.
Apart from visiting the UNESCO’s World Heritage site of Mohenjo Daro in Sindh, which got damaged from the floods, he also met the displaced people in Sindh and Balochistan.