Sunday, March 30, 2008

Chinese Supremacists Incite Hatred Against Tibetans In Canada

The Epoch Times, via Drudge Report

TORONTO—A rally that was billed as promoting "anti-violence" turned hostile on Saturday as flag-waving Chinese denounced Tibetans who they blamed for the recent turmoil in Tibet in which 100 are said to have died.

Close to 1000 Chinese were in Toronto's Dundas Square for the afternoon event, many of them students.

"Dalai Lama die there!" some Chinese shouted at a group of Tibetans who had gathered across the street from the square to protest. "Leave Canada!" others urged.

Tibetans say the Chinese rally, which began orderly, was designed to incite hate against them.

The event was promoted in Chinese-language press as a rally to tell the "truth" about Tibet and "safeguard the reunification of the motherland."

Sounds to me a lot like a Skinhead/Neo-Nazi rally... Clearly, the Chinese Communist Party's propaganda agents in Canada and the Chinese media, largely controlled by the CCP, have successfully brainwashed some Chinese students here into hating certain groups (like the Falun Gong and the Tibetans) and have apparently encouraged some Chinese into rallying to incite hatred against the Tibetans.