Tibet Slavery

Now, 1st of all, im not pro-China or pro-Tibet.. I am a neutral person.

But a person commented on one of my topics “Dalai Lama Visits Japan, Meets With Press” that have an interesting webpage showing some graphic pictures of past fights between China and Tibet.

I’m going to show some photos for his/her behalf, and below is her/his website.

website: http://claria.blogbus.com/

WARNING: PHOTOS ARE GRAPHIC AND NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART

1.Bowl’s made of Tibetan slave skulls

2.Slaves chopped hands

3.Dried skins of slaved children

4.Dried skin of a Tibetan Child


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3 Responses to “Tibet Slavery”


  1. 1 Roman Debettignies November 30, 2010 at 11:20 pm

    Superb post ,I really like it. thanks for bringing freshness in this topic. admin I have read a lot of articles but nothing with the recent updates about this topic. Your article came as a great help.Thanks

    • 2 onigirisensei November 30, 2010 at 11:56 pm

      Thank you for your comment ^_^. I try my best to keep this site up to date and post more of Japanese-Filipino stuff. If you know any that has not been to this site, please share it with us and ill gladly post it.Thanks again ^_^

  2. 3 Medicare Supplement Insurance December 5, 2010 at 5:16 pm

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