China banning Tibetan Prayer Flags

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more appalling oppression from China against the Tibetan people and their culture.

https://savetibet.org/tibetan-prayer...e-authorities/
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Alright.
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Surprised that it took them this long tbh
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CCP doing what they do best.
Mao would be proud.
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China oppression everybody no one left out.
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Doing the same to Christians. Entering their homes and telling them to take crosses down and put up photos of Mao or lose social credits which can have a massive affect on their lives.
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I'm not surprised they act like this. When a leader was visiting London several years ago and a trip along the Thames was part of the itinerary, a member of the public living in an apartment overlooking the river hung out a Tibetan flag on his balcony.
Cue a British secret service agent knocking at his door telling him to take it down.
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Those flags were of no harm to anyone.

China should not be in posession of Tibet in the first place, the only thing they can do, is to exploit and destroy this beatiful place.

If the US were ever declaring war for moral reasons, like they always boast about it, they should have had attacked China years ago.
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Buddhism in the West is tokenised and not treated as religion. Tibetan prayer flags are flown without any understanding of their meaning, while Buddha statues are totems for middle-class progressives.
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(Original post by caravaggio2)
I'm not surprised they act like this. When a leader was visiting London several years ago and a trip along the Thames was part of the itinerary, a member of the public living in an apartment overlooking the river hung out a Tibetan flag on his balcony.
Cue a British secret service agent knocking at his door telling him to take it down.
Is this story true? I know many were standin in the streets with Tibetan flags but I have never heard of this brave act.
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