China, God is not happy with you. God said "China leave Tibet" this morning.
FREE TIBET! "Leaving Fear Behind" (2008) - A documentary about Tibet, BANNED IN CHINA!
"Tibetans wish to tell the world of their plight and their heartfelt grievances against Chinese rule. The footage was smuggled out of Tibet under extraordinary circumstances. The filmmakers were detained soon after sending their tapes out, and remain in detention today.
In a remarkable coincidence, filming concluded in early March 2008 on the eve of the eruption of unprecedented mass Tibetan protests across the Tibetan plateau. Shot primarily in the eastern provinces of Tibet, the film provides a glimpse into the hearts and minds of the Tibetan people and their longstanding resentment of Chinese policies in Tibet.
The filmmakers traversed thousands of miles, asking ordinary Tibetans what they really feel about the Dalai Lama, China, and the Olympic Games. The filmmakers gave their subjects the option of covering their faces, but almost all of the 108 people interviewed agreed to have their faces shown on film, so strong was their desire to express themselves to the world. Excerpts from twenty of the interviews, including a self-recorded interview of the filmmaker himself, are included in the 25 minute film.
The footage reveals with stark clarity that Tibetans are frustrated and embittered by the deterioration and marginalization of Tibetan language and culture; the destruction of the lifestyle of Tibetan nomads through Chinese forced settlement policies; the lack of religious freedom and the vilification of the Dalai Lama; and the broken promises made by the Chinese government to improve conditions in Tibet in the run up to the Olympic games."
WHEREABOUTS OF THE FILMMAKERS
"Dhondup Wangchen was detained by Chinese security authorities on March 26, 2008, only days after delivering his taped interviews to a safe location. He was held in Ershilipu Detention Center, in Xining (Qinghai) for three months. From there he was moved to unofficial detention in Guangsheng Binguan, in Xining. He was last seen in Guangsheng Binguan on or about July 12, 2008.
Golog Jigme, a Tibetan Buddhist monk, assisted his friend Dhondup in the making of the film. He was born and raised in Golog Serta, in the Karze region of Kham, the southeastern province of Tibet (Chinese: Ganze, Sichuan). Golog Jigme was detained on March 23, 2008. He was last seen in a detention center in the town of Kachu (Chinese: Lingxia, Gansu)."
May these people be given their freedom immediately Abba, may your will be done.
China is plundering Tibet
May the will of God be done. China Leave Tibet.
Graphic video not one of for the faint hearted.