采访/朱智善 编辑/宋风 后制/陈建铭
Chinese Communist Party Internal Document Exposed
Overseas Tibetan organizations exposed an internal document
of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) People’s Armed Police.
The content of the document is to instill hatred towards
Armed Police in Tibet.
This would then allow the police to enforce the command for
inhuman repression of Tibetans for the CCP. Let’s look at the reports.
On May 14th Voice of Tibet headquartered in Norway reported
on Tibetan human rights and democracy promotion center in Dharamsala, India.
They announced they had an internal document of the Armed
Police Force of the CCP, the so-called Psychological Counseling
and Protection Handbook for Forces in Tibet.
This manual was issued in October 2008 by the Political
Department of the Sichuan People’s Armed Police Corps.
It had a total of 25 chapters.
Phrased in the form of questions and answers, it ‘consults on’
the psychological quality of armed police stationed in Tibet.
In particular those participating in repression of Tibetans.
In the manual, the wording is cruel. For example how to deal
with the Tibetan separatists’ arrogance.
How to deal with the harsh scenes in the mind from
time to time when executing Tibetans?
How to cope when you don’t know what
to do when troublemakers rush forward?
Item 16 said: “Some comrades feared recalling cruel scenes
of troublemakers’ crazy attacks with knives, machetes, stones.
They felt high tension when seeing the monks in red dresses”
Mr. Zhang, a Xinjiang human rights activist said, “These
things make me think of the massacre on June 4th 1989.
Those forces were close to the suburbs of Beijing,
and were brainwashed for a certain period.
Now for suppression in Tibet, they used the same materials
for brainwashing the officials and soldiers.
These officers and soldiers were basically devoid of
humanity in the suppression of these Tibetans."
Mr. Zhang, a Human rights activist in Xinjiang believes,
the officers and soldiers are closed off.
They do not know anything of the outside world messages,
trained not to say the truth.
That way they might treat Tibetans with the hate in
the propaganda of the authorities.
The 2008 Annual Report of Human Rights in Tibet was
released by the human rights and democracy promotion center.
It showed the entire Tibetan demonstrations in 2008.
At least 120 Tibetans were shot by the CCP military and police.
Over 6,500 Tibetans were arrested, 190 were sentenced.
Seven were sentenced to life imprisonment and 90 got over
ten years in prison, while many other people were missing.
Dawa Tsering, a representative of Tibetan government-in-exile
in Taiwan: “Since 2008, the CCP has described Tibetans
as fierce looking mobs waving knives and Uighurs
as thieves or with violent tendencies."
Dawa Tsering, also said that Chinese soldiers have no religion.
Add to that the CCP counseling them to overcome psychological
pressure when killing others, so they will become inhuman.
Dawa Tsering: “Regardless of the civil war, CCP troops, when
repressing, are not facing soldiers, but the general population,
such as Tibetans, or Xinjiang people, Falun Gong practitioners,
or other ordinary citizens like women and children.
The soldiers are relentless in repression.
Even if their car ran over those who guard their own land,
they had no psychological burden at all."
Dawa Tsering pointed out that the practice of the CCP is not
what a responsible government should do;
It is a disregard of the long-term interests of the state or nation.
It shows up the lies they told that the Tibetan people
welcomed the liberation of the People’s Liberation Army,
when actually it exposed the plight of the Tibetans
in front of the whole world.
From 2009 to April 24th 2013, the number of self-immolations
from Tibetans rose to 121 people.
Inland Tibetan self-immolations totaled 117 deaths, and 102
people were killed, 100 domestically and 2 overseas deaths!
It is worth noting that this came about after the CCP had
enforced the Special Project of Anti-self-immolation in Tibet.
They had strengthened the overall social control,
tightened blockade of self-immolation information leakage
and severely punished those releasing self-immolation messages.
Scholar Wang Lixiong pointed out that the fundamental
purpose of the CCP is to maintain their own power.
He said the control, which the CCP exercised on the
largest scale, was the maintenance of stability;
Only to keep their power stable,
not to keep the society stable.
The CCP relies on the regime administrative system
and police to manage 1.3 billion people in details.
It holds all the Chinese people as hostages;
if the CCP died, then the Chinese will all die with it.”