WASHINGTON — China announced that it will crack down on exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, by not distributing his material in his native homeland of Tibet.
Reuters reported that the communist Chinese government will no longer put broadcasts of any type of the exiled spiritual leader of occupied Tibet, the Dalai Lama.
Even with widespread and heavy-handed restrictions by the government, Tibetans have obtained the Dalai Lama’s material through illegal internet use and satellite television feeds. They have also smuggled in pictures of the Dalai Lama and teachings.
The communist Chinese government will go and confiscate illegal satellite dishes, monitor online and internet use, as well as requiring registration for their real names for internet and telephone users.
China called the Dalai Lama a “wolf in sheep’s clothing”, who had won the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to peacefully declare autonomy and independence from the communist government.