Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Chinese Torture

Ngawang Sangdrol was just 13 when she was first imprisoned by China in Tibet. She was so small her prison guards found it easy to pick her up by the legs and drop her, head first, on to the stone floor of her cell.
They beat her with iron rods, placed electric shock batons in her mouth and left her standing in the baking heat until she collapsed of exhaustion. They called her the "ballerina", because when the pain became too much for her, she would stand on the tips of her toes like a dancer. "The more we cried out in pain," she said, "the more they laughed."
"They would put a rope around your neck, tie both your hands and hang you down from the ceiling. They used iron bars to beat you systematically," she says. "And once you are imprisoned there is no difference between a child and an adult and an elderly person, or between a man and a woman. All punishments and torture methods are equal for everyone."

Another example of what real torture is. This lady, who is now a Tibetan nun, was released shortly before Jiang Zemin's visit to Bush's Texas ranch & was made to sign papers promising never to speak of her experiences. She was imprisoned, in her words for, " saying just two things: 'Long live the Dalai Lama' and 'Free Tibet'." She received far worse treatment, for a harmless act, a far cry from the coddled enemy combatants at Guantanomo Bay. AI, MSM, UN: why so little fuss about the actions of dictators?


We should be treating China as an enemy, not as a trading partner. China is not a democracy. It illegally occupies Tibet, and does it's best to suppress the Tibetans. China conspires to steal our technology to build up it's military.

All we do is stand by and watch.

We need an American President that acts in the interests of Americans.
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