Tibet's Failure to Resist Communism in 1943 contributed to the June 04 Tiananmen Square Massacre
The Unknown Soldier of America revisits past on the 31st Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre.
On Thursday, June 4, 2020, the 31st Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre, the Unknown Soldier of America revisits the past; the takeover of mainland China by Communism in 1949.
Today, the Unknown Soldier of America regrets Tibet’s decision to pursue the policy of Isolationism while confronting the grave threat posed by Communist takeover of mainland China. In 1943, Tibet had the opportunity to establish formal diplomatic relationships with United States and other countries of Free World to prevent the spread of Communism to the nations of Asia. Tibet had the opportunity to prepare for War in 1943 and avoided the loss of Freedom in 1950.
Tibet’s unwillingness to openly resist Communism in 1943 is a crucial factor contributing to the loss of Human Rights in mainland China.
Rudra Narasimham Rebbapragada
FILE – A Chinese man stands alone to block a line of tanks heading east on Beijing’s Cangan Boulevard in Tiananmen Square, June 5, 1989.