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'Self-immolation Guide': desperate insanity of the Dalai clique

China Tibet Online | Updated: 2013-03-01 18:31

No matter from which perspective, this "Self-immolation Guide" can yet be regarded as "a remarkable piece of writing", for it is tantamount to the "confession" of the Dalai clique who has committed the crime of manipulating self-immolations.

As the head of the "Tibetan government-in-exile" has asked the Chinese government to show evidence of the Dalai clique's manipulation of the self-immolations, and "welcome" the Chinese group to go to Dharamsala to search for evidence, they have now made the evidence public by themselves.

The reliability of the evidence is not only lies in the source of the writer, a senior official of the Dalai clique, but also in the confirmation of every item of the contents listed by all the self-immolations happened before.

In fact, almost every self-burning happened on the spot just like what the "Guide" had planned-someone videoing the scene, someone shouting separatist slogans, inciting and gathering some people to stop the government from taking rescue actions.

Sometimes the Dalai clique was able to hype the burning cases with the photos and personal data of the self-immolators even within dozens of minutes.

The contents of the "last words" shouted by the self-immolators are exactly the same with the "Guide".

According to Lorang Konchok, who has pleaded guilty of intentional homicide that he acted on the instructions of the Dalai clique, who required him to make use of his status and influence in the temple, and incited, instigated and coerced others to burning themselves with the help of his nephew.

Before the self-burning happened, Lorang Konchok recorded the individual and family information of the self-immolator and took photos for them. Once the self-immolation crime was committed, he sent the information immediately to the Dalai clique through a cell phone call.

The "Self-immolation Guide" aims to "standardize and systematize the self-immolation behavior so as to manipulate it like an assembly line in the future", and reach the "more efficient" goal put forward by the Dalai Lama.

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