After decades of repression under Chinese rule, the Tibetan people's frustrations have burst onto the streets in protests and. With the spotlight of the upcoming now on , Tibetans are crying out to the world for change.
The Chinese government has said that the protesters who have not yet surrendered "will be punished". Its leaders are right now considering a crucial choice between escalating brutality or dialogue that could determine the future of Tibet, and .
China's economy is totally dependent on "Made in China" exports that we all buy, and the government is keen to make the in this summer a celebration of a new , respected as a leading world power. is also a very diverse country with a brutal past and has reason to be concerned about its stability -- some of Tibet's rioters killed innocent people. But President Hu must recognize that the greatest danger to Chinese stability and development comes from hardliners who advocate escalating repression, not from Tibetans who seek dialogue and reform.
The Tibetan and spiritual leader, the has called for restraint and dialogue: he needs the world's people to support him. Click below now to sign the petition--and tell absolutely everyone you can right away--our goal is 1 million voices united for Tibet: