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"Dear Editor, You write that Raoul Wallenberg disappeared in the Lyublyanka prison in Moscow 'exactly 50 years ago, probably shot by the order of comrade Stalin, Beria or some other comrade'. This is a gross misconception. Raoul Wallenberg's fate was far crueller than that.

Your information is correct as far as there was a memorandum from foreign secretary Andrei Gromyko in 1957 as a result of persistent Swedish enquiries into the case of Raoul Wallenberg, which memorandum stated that Raoul Wallenberg died in the Lyublyanka prison on July 17th 1947 from heart failure and that he instantly was cremated without any autopsy, according to the director of the health department of this prison, a certain mr Smoltsov, who reported the matter to his superior, the minister for state security in the Soviet Union mr Abakumov. The Gromyko memorandum further states, that minister Abakumov later on was prosecuted and shot for crimes against the laws of the Soviet Union. All this indicates that the report about the death of Raoul Wallenberg with its most unregular "cremation without an autopsy" is a construction from 1957 compiled solely for the Gromyko memorandum. There are clear indications that Raoul Wallenberg was still alive much later.

The true story of his fate is probably as follows. He was arrested by the Russians in Budapest on January 17th 1945 since they didn't believe that his only engagement in Hungary had been to save Jews. They suspected him of espionage and therefore brought him to Moscow, where a number of other prisoners experienced him in various prisons from 1945 at least well up to 1979. He disappeared probably by the order of the highest authority, that is Stalin. This man had promised Sweden to look into the case and do something about it, after his ambassador in Stockholm, madame Kollontay, had blundered by admitting that Raoul Wallenberg was alive and well in Moscow, whereafter she immediately was recalled to Moscow. The most probable thing is that Stalin ordered that R.W. should disappear without a trace since he was labelled a security risk for the Soviet Union. In consequence thereof an undisputable document testifying to his death was drafted, and he was made to disappear into the Gulag archipelago. Referring to this document, Stalin and others then could claim that Raoul Wallenberg was unknown to exist in the Soviet Union, which all since has remained the official statement.

The fate of Raoul Wallenberg after 1947 can vaguely be reconstructed according to the stories of witnesses. He was probably tried for espionage by a Soviet court and sentenced (without his guilt being proven) to 25 years' imprisonment. He was kept for years in total isolation in different prisons, during which time he could only communicate with other prisoners by knocking. He was not allowed to receive or to write letters. He appears to have been a singularly energetic knocker, though.

His localities in various prisons seems to have constantly shifted between isolation cells and mental hospitals, especially between Moscow, Vladimir, Mordovia, Vershnye Uralsk and Alexandrovsky Central, the last two places by the Ural Mountains; but he also appears to have been brought around in Siberia. Only in prison hospitals he seems to have been able to keep human contact with other prisoners and then invariably asked them to communicate his whereabouts to the world if possible. The Soviet authorities seems from the beginning to have made some effort in isolating and eliminating all prisoners who succeeded in getting a word out about Raoul Wallenberg being alive.

A typical example is the doctor-scientist, who at an international conference happened to disclose to a Swedish colleague, that Wallenberg at that moment stayed at a mental hospital which was a typical isolating institution for political prisoners. When the matter was internationally known through Sweden, that scientist was immediately summoned up to the antisemite Chrushchev (1961), who gave him a profound castigation, which frightened him into recalling all that he had said to the Swedish professor. Not long after, this prominent scientist died of heart failure. Such stories and glimpses of the existence of Raoul Wallenberg are innumerable.

These are the main contures of the destiny of Raoul Wallenberg, which only vaguely can be discerned, but paradoxically enough for that very reason appear the more clearly. Considering his outstanding good health both physically and mentally 1945, it is not improbable that he is still alive. Rudolf Hess died 94 years old after 46 years in prison. Raoul Wallenberg would today only be 85.

The cruellest thing in his mistreatment is the obvious and uncompromising isolation he has had to endure all these years. He has never had any chance to learn about all the efforts that were made from the outside world to save and at least to find him, and all his own efforts to communicate with the outside world has since 1947 been quenched with uncompromising cruelty. The opening of old files in the new Russia has not resulted in much increased helpfulness from the Russian side. The official Soviet version, that 'Raoul Wallenberg is unknown in this country', is still dominating.

With kindest regards, - Raoul Wallenberg's friends."

Reliable information of Raoul Wallenberg's existence in Soviet prisons :

1) Cell 123 in the Lyublyanka prison from 6.2.1945. The Stalin establishment tries by force to make him admit to espionage for the nazis in Budapest in January 1945, when he remained in Pest with an expired passport despite the Russians having taken that part of the city. Raoul alleges that he only remained in order to save Jews, especially 7,000 from being annihilated with the Ghetto. The Russians refuse to believe this. He is sentenced to 25 years in prison for espionage although there is no evidence of his guilt.

During the years he is often sent back to the Lyublyanka.

2) The Lefortovskaya prison in Moscow in May 1945.

3) Vladimir 200 chilometres to the north east of Moscow, a prison which Raoul often had to experience, the first time in 1947, then 1949-51, 1952, 1953, - August 4th in Block 2 (the sickness and isolation department) Raoul communicates on his birthday by knockings to a fellow prisoner that he is not allowed to write letters or to receive any; again 1955, 1956-59 and 1967.

4) Vorkuta by the Arctic Sea north of the Ural mountains in 1948.

5) Khalmer Yu north of Vorkuta in 1948.

6) The Butyrka prison in Moscow, a prison specialized on prisoners impossible to crack down, with a comprehensive sick department, perhaps the prison which Raoul saw the most of. He was here at least in 1949, 1951, 1962, 1965 and 1975.

7) Vershnye Uralsk in southern Ural close to Chelyabinsk 1951-53.

8) Alexandrovsky Central by Ural 1954-55.

9) Poima between Krasnoyarsk and Irkutsk in Siberia in 1955, "a severely ill Swede in the hospital" with confirmed identity.

10) Professor Alexander Myasnikov's sensational divulgence in January 1961 that Raoul was in a mental hospital outside Moscow "in a very poor state". The professor is summoned to Chrushchev, who cries him down to nothing, after which the professor clearly under duress and fear contradicts his earlier information to doctor Nanna Swartz. He dies of heart failure in 1965 after the fall of Chrushchev when Leonid Breshnev, commissar in Budapest after the war, has risen to power. Professor Myasnikov appears to have written his memoirs before his death, which must exist somewhere in the world of samizdat (underground press by stencils.)

11) Wrangel Island north of Siberia in 1962.

12) Mordovia east of Vladimir 1964 and 1971-73.

13) Zadivovo close to Irkutsk 1966 and 1967.

14) Irkutsk 1973 and 1974.

15) "Shvedsky 040812" at a research station east of Lake Baykal in Siberia for "non-existent" persons officially pronounced dead but in reality still alive.

16) The Special Psychiatric Hospital in Blagoshevensk north of Manchuria close to the river Amur in 1978. He might still have been there in 1980.

That is the last convincing information of Raoul Wallenberg's whereabouts as a live man.

All the information above comes from convincing sources which have been confirmed by others or by particular details. Unconfirmed testimonies without convincing factors have here been left aside.

Of vital importance is the fact, that Raoul Wallenberg was sent on a special mission to Budapest in 1944 on behalf of the International Bureau for Refugees, established by Franklin D. Roosevelt in America, for the single purpose of saving as many Jews as possible with unlimited economical means to buy them free from the Nazis. For that reason, Raoul Wallenberg was posthumously created an Honorary Citizen of the United States. Consequently Americans should have a special interest in the Raoul Wallenberg case. He managed to save the lives of more than 10,000 Jews - actually they were innumerable: the figure can not be specified nor perhaps even estimated.

 

 

The Raoul Wallenberg Literature.

This is extensive, but some books deserve more attention than others for their greater initiation, understanding and seriousness. These are mainly:

1) The Austrian Rudolph Philipp's classic from 1946, the first real book on the subject, which above all explains the Hungarian background better than any other book.

2) Raoul's stepfather Fredrik von Dardel's book from 1970, a concentrated and intimate documentary, which expresses the deepest understanding and gives the best portrait of Raoul as a person.

3) "The Raoul Wallenberg Case" by the French Jew Jacques Derogy from 1980, offering the greatest collection of facts on the subject in a broad international perspective.

4) The second book by Eric Sjöquist from 1981, offering the best collection of witnesses from the Gulag archipelago.

These are the four most important books. The novel by Frederick Werbell and Thurston Clarke from 1985, which was used to make the film for TV with Richard Chamberlain, is very well written and interesting but speculative. It claims that Raoul died in the middle of the 60's "by a mistake" committed by his gaolers. This is an entirely new theory with no support.

The Gothenburg journalist Gunnar Möllerstedt made a considerable research into the case in the 70's, which resulted in some journalism but in no book, until his colleague Bernt Schiller wrote the book which appeared in 1991. It is interesting for its revelation of many new facts which were made available by the Glasnost era, and above all it sheds an important light on the Himmler factor and his efforts to make peace approaches to the west through the business of selling the lives of Jews to Raoul Wallenberg and others; but Bernt Schiller commits the mistake of accepting the document of Raoul Wallenberg's staged death in Lyublyanka July 17th 1947, which so many others do with little understanding of Raoul Wallenberg's personality, thus falling into the trap of an artificial version which was published not until 1957 and which still is the official one.

Of course this theory can be as little disregarded as any other theory. But if Raoul Wallenberg really died in Lyublyanka in 1947, the most important question is how. He could hardly have died of heart failure, since he had a strong heart and in 1947 was only 35 years old. There are two other thinkable alternatives: 1) mistreatment or torture that went too far, or 2) suicide. Both alternatives would have been equally embarrassing to the Soviet authorities, who afterwards would have found every reason in the world to blot out all traces of what really happened, which everything clearly indicates that they did, whether Raoul remained alive or not. Nothing in the whole Wallenberg affair is more obvious than such efforts on the side of the Soviet authorities.

Which is why there is every reason to go to the bottom of things and never be satisfied with less than the whole truth of the matter.

Raoul Wallenberg today.

The Raoul Wallenberg Street in Budapest goes through the so called Swedish Houses, which he himself bought from Eichmann in 1944 just to shelter and provide homes for liberated Jews. The Tátra Street is in the vicinity, where Raoul was last seen by number 6 before his disappearance on January 17th 1945, according to his own words in order to go to Debrecen for a meeting with the new Hungarian government to draw up plans for the rebuilding of Hungary. He never reached Debrecen. This part of the town is directly opposite the southern tip of the Margaret Island (Margitsziget) on the eastern shore of the Danube.

As Boris Yeltsin visited Stockholm earlier this winter, the Wallenberg case was again put forth to the Russian authorities. They claimed they were doing what they could to investigate the matter, and since nowadays the mystery of the last Czar and his family has been solved, there is also hope that the whole truth about Raoul Wallenberg at last could be found out.

 

The Empire of Evil.

Thus called president Ronald Reagan the Soviet Union and used this epithet to justify his launching the "Star Wars" to at last reach a settlement after 40 years of Cold War. The Soviet Union was unable to meet his challenge and instead took the heroic initiative towards nuclear disarmament (under Michael Gorbachev), which really was a capitulation and the beginning of the fall of the Soviet Union. But no one was aware of that when Ronald Reagan launched his Wild West campaign to speed up the Cold War. Many considered it somewhat precarious of him to thus irresponsibly put the whole world at risk, that he was a security risk to the world and possibly suffered from some dementia, mentally living still in the forties. However, not even Ronald Reagan himself knew how right he was.

For the Soviet Union really was nothing less than en empire of evil, even if nothing more remained of it, when Ronald Reagan started waving his guns, than an obsolescent wreck which long since had stuck in the mud, run by sleeping mummies who hardly even could appear in television in spite of all the modern technical aids to mask them and keep them upright and make them almost seem alive. Leonid Breshnev and Kosugin, Andropov and Chernenko, they were all brought up by Stalin and had made it their issue to carry on his work. Even Gorbachev was hand-picked by the KGB and brought forth by this notorious terror company, or else he would never have reached power.

How evil was then Stalin's Soviet Union? No one really knows even today, but research is constantly increasing in this unsurveyable field. The world started to grasp a faint notion of the width of its evil by the publication in the 70's of Alexander Solshenitsyn's greatest documentary work "The Gulag Archipelago" about the incredible prison industry of Stalin's. A careful appreciation of the number of victims to Stalin's various terror waves amounts to about 63 million people, and that's just a rough guess.

During the last years it has gradually been uncovered what enormous scenes Stalin set up to cover what he was doing. Research is especially increasing concerning the efforts of the Red Army to work up the concentration camps in Poland as these were liberated from the east. The Russians were the first of the allies to get inside views of the Nazi holocaust industry, and Stalin appears to immediately have realized the enormous propaganda possibilities in these camps to further the cause of the communists. The Soviet Union not only made all the horrors of these camps public to all the world at once, but they also found it worth while to "improve" the premises of the camps, so that the horrors would appear even more horrible than they were. Special extra gas chambers were constructed by the Russians to illustrate the premeditated inhumanity of the Germans. That such incredible horrors which were displayed in the Polish concentration camps could not be found in the camps liberated in Germany by the British and Americans made no one in the slightest degree suspect that the Russians in any way had retouched the camps in the east.

The purpose of this blazoning the German horrors abroad after the "improvement" and the "spicing" of the worst terrors of the concentration camps was of course to conceal what went on inside Stalin's Russia. And no one suspected much as long as Stalin lived. No one questioned him, and he got away with it.

When Kruschev took the initiative to expose what Stalin really had been up to, the empire started trembling in its knees, and all the disciples of Stalin went shaky all over, thinking that Kruschev had to be stopped and silenced at once. Among these men were Breshnev and Kosugin, Andropov and Chernenko. They succeeded in checking him, but they could not stop Gorbachev twenty years later, because by then they were all dead, and new generations were taking over, demanding straightness for the sake of the country and the future.

And suddenly the Russians are given the opportunity to relate what they know. Suddenly all those who were buried alive and who survived the empire of evil are resurrected and brought forth into the open, suddenly history is made to bear witness of itself, and so it does with heart-rending screams of anguish. When censure at last was abolished in 1989 you could suddenly see on television old KGB executioners tell their stories about mass executions, which turned the great KGB prison on the Neva in Leningrad so full of blood that the basement was flooded, so that all this blood inundation "had to be pumped out into the river Neva, where then motor boats had to run interminably with their propellers, so that all the blood could mix with the water..."

In the beginning of the 70's, the strong man of Poland and its highest commander Wojciech Jaruzelski had a meeting with eight of his highest military leaders, of whom seven were generals and the eighth one a colonel. He concluded the meeting by divulging, that "one of us has betrayed all the military secret of the Warsaw Pact to the west, and I assure you, that it wasn't me." All the others immediately responded, that it neither was none of them, but none of them believed each other. Shortly afterwards one of them defected to the west. It was the one colonel in the company, Ryszard Kuklinski. He escaped with his two sons to America, where eventually both the sons had mysterious accidents and died, but the colonel was rigorously safeguarded by the CIA and never had an incident. In May this year he was invited to Poland to give lectures around the country and to have all his property restored to him, which had been confiscated as he defected: a sailing-boat, a villa and a valuable collection of art, among other things. Quite honestly he told his audiences in his lectures, that his one motivation in acting as he did was, that he had "seen through the empire of evil and found it his duty as a human being to do what he could to finish it." The Polish people were asked what they thought about this traitor. 70% of the Polish people thought he had done the right thing, and he was made an honorary citizen of Krakow and Danzig.

The awareness of the real nature and undertakings of the empire of evil is constantly increasing. Also new questions are constantly raised. "If the Russians did so much to retouch and improve the German concentration camps, does that imply that so many Jews weren't killed after all?" is one of the most disturbing. Nothing can excuse or mitigate the German crimes against humanity of actually trying to exterminate all Jews, not even if the crimes of Stalin's communists were even worse, which more and more clearly appears to have been the case. And we must never forget, that the National Socialists of Germany, the so called Nazis, were as much socialists as Stalin's communists.

"What was really the part of the Jews in the making of the empire of evil?" is another recurrent question. It's a fact that many Jews helped the Bolsheviks into power in 1917. Leon Trotsky, Lenin's closest associate, was the foremost of them. Karl Marx could hardly be called a Jew, since he denounced the faith of his fathers. And those Jews that helped the Bolsheviks into power had suffered much under the systematic pogroms of the Czars. They couldn't imagine that the regime of the communists would become even worse. Lenin started to have misgivings about it in his last years as he saw what kind of a man Stalin really was.

Power always corrupts. The socialists were true idealists in the whole world until they reached power through the Bolsheviks in Russia. The definite abortion of socialist idealism occurred as Leon Trotsky ordered his newly organized Red Army to open fire against the people, the marines in Kronstadt in March 1921, when they asked for free elections, freedom of speech, press freedom, free labour unions and freedom for the farmers to keep their own crops from their own lands. By that massacre, socialism was tarnished forever. Such historical blots can never be washed away. By that massacre, the empire of evil was hopelessly established.

70 years later in August 1991 it had its last dying convulsions in the pathetic effort to topple Gorbachev. It was like a feverish reminiscence of an old sickness. Gorbachev had then already during a number of years been doomed: It was not his efforts to abate alcoholism which caused his downfall but the fact, that he failed his promises. He promised reforms which everyone believed in, he introduced them well, glasnost and perestroika were successes from the start, but in 1989 he started to fear the speed of the development and to hold it back, and people began to feel betrayed. This paved the way for Yeltsin, who openly declared himself willing to be more consistent.

The empire of evil is fallen today, and the autopsy of its formless terror monster is a constantly growing enterprise. But it is still alive in China, who have spread its terror tentacles into Burma. North Korea is on the verge of collapse, her days are numbered, but China is the last colossus. Not until that autocracy finally has plunged into the self-destruction of all empires, the empire of evil can be said to have been finally overcome.

 

The Sikorsky Case.

This is an unfathomable mystery, which probably never will be solved. Wladyslaw Sikorski was prime minister of the Polish exile government in London and chief commander of the Polish army. It was much to his desert that Polish pilots in England helped to decide the battle of Britain in Britain's favour. But Sikorski was a determined gentleman who could not compromise, and he was not an easy companion for Churchill to work with. He was even less popular with Stalin. The collaboration between Churchill, Sikorski and Stalin went off in 1941 and became more and more strained in 1943, when Sikorski developed critical attitudes against Stalin and warned against him. In February the Soviet news agency Tass transmitted, that Sikorski had perished in an aeroplane accident together with Madame Chang Kai Shek outside Portugal on their way to the US. How on earth did Soviet know about this? The truth was, that Sikorski had had a warning against taking that flight, since a sabotage had been attempted against it, wherefore he took another plane with Madame Chang Kai Shek and managed all right with her. The Soviet Union and Tass had committed the error of rejoicing too soon over a successful assassination of an unwanted political character in the west. The following day, Tass admitted an error and denied the news when they had learned about their failure.

In April the Germans discovered the massacre in the Katyn forest on Polish officers. The Germans claimed that the massacre had been committed by Russians on the Polish officers, while Stalin claimed the massacre had been committed by Germans. Sikorski demanded what was reasonable for a responsible Polish prime minister to demand, namely an investigation of the matter. This turned both Churchill and Stalin against the wall and developed into a most uncomfortable situation, when Stalin threatened to make separate peace with Germany if Sikorski was allowed to go on as he did. Stalin did open peace negotiations with Ribbentrop through Madame Kollontay in Stockholm with Willy Brandt as the German mediator. This was not to Prime Minister Winston Churchill's immediate liking.

On July 4th Sikorski flies from North Africa to meet with Churchill in London and stops half way in Gibraltar to change planes. When the plane leaves Gibraltar with a Czech pilot called Prchal, the plane is seen from the airport to fall into the sea. As luck would have it, the pilot Prchal happened to have a safety-jacket on, so he could swim ashore, while Sikorski is drowned and lost.

Of course there is an investigation. This is kept behind locked doors. No Pole is allowed to share the details, which are filed as top secret for 30 years. Officially the explanation is, that the steering system jammed. When after 30 years the matter is investigated by Polish expertise they find, that important documents of the investigation are missing, and that the plane impossibly could have had a jammed steering system, since the plane in that case would have fallen in a totally different way into the sea than it did. Of course, the Czech pilot Mr Prchal knows nothing.

The day after the death of Sikorski, July 5th 1943, the battle of Kursk begins, in which 400,000 Germans with 4,000 tanks go against 500,000 Russians and 5,000 Russian tanks. This is the last German offensive in Russia and effort to reach for Moscow. The battle goes on for eight days and is concluded on July 13th with a Russian victory, which is the ultimate turn of the tide in the second world war. Two days later, on July 15th, Stalin disrupts the negotiations with Germany for a separate peace, since it is now clear to him that he will be able to beat the Germans. And besides, the awkward Sikorski problem has been solved.

 

 

Raoul Wallenberg and Tibet

The Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg disappeared in Budapest January 1945 after a peerlessly heroic engagement to save tens of thousands, maybe up to 30,000 Jews from the Nazi holocaust in Hungary. He was last seen alive as he was escorted away by Russian officials of the Stalinist occupation. The Swedish government decided to be patient.

When two years later Moscow reported that Raoul Wallenberg was dead, this was swallowed by the Swedish government without comment. It also swallowed the Russian explanation that Raoul Wallenberg never had entered Soviet territory but had found his end in Hungary. It also swallowed that no evidence ever was produced by the Russians to confirm Wallenberg’s death. Whatever could the Swedish government do? The more important then to watch what they did not do.

When later there were witness reports that Wallenberg was alive, that he had been seen in Moscow by other prisoners and that these had been tapping messages between themselves through the prison walls of Lubyanka, that psychiatrists happened to mention they had had him as a patient and other such stuff, the Swedish government became active but in the opposite way to what would have been expected as rational. They silenced the matter. The foreign minister accepted the Russian word that Wallenberg was dead (without evidence) and refused to accept any other version or even any other possibility, since he did not want to offend the Russians. "The Soviet authorities are respectable. They wouldn’t tell a lie. We must believe them, we have no choice. We must respect them." This cowardice even worsened during the years, during decades the cruelty of silence was the only policy allowed - there was a governmental effort to silence the matter to nothing, and this policy was maintained until the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Not until then, after 50 years, one acknowledgement after the other started gradually to turn up. The Soviet authorities had been lying from the start, and Sweden had not even questioned the lies. The governmental policy was admitted to have been cowardly false. The first official excuses from the government to Raoul Wallenberg’s family were delivered - after 50 years.

This remarkable Raoul Wallenberg syndrome reappears in the even more revolting standpoint of the world in the Tibetan issue. Independent Tibet was occupied by military force by Communist China in 1950. Only El Salvador dared to raise the issue in the United Nations and was silenced. In 1956 the Chinese started their methodical destruction of Tibet with its culture and history by bombings and closing and looting of monasteries, the universities of Tibet, and their temples. Not until Dalai Lama’s escape in 1959 did the Tibetan issue start some attention. A commission of international jurists in Geneva decided to investigate the case and arrived at the conclusion that China had already committed genocide in Tibet. Nobody did anything about it. In 1966 commenced the total devastation of Tibet, which was allowed to rave at large for ten years while the United States by the initiative of Henry Kissinger withdrew their support for the Tibetan resistance movement and abandoned Taiwan (which actually was governed by the only legal government of China), to instead start making business with Communist China and Mao Zedong, the murderer of at least 43 million of his own subjects. (Taiwan is today a developed and working democracy while China after 54 years is still the world’s greatest dictatorship.) No one did anything for Tibet except specially invited leftist writers, like Han Suyin, who wrote books about Tibet depicting China as her benefactor and liberator. The first book to criticize China from inside Tibet was not written until 1979 (John F. Avedon’s "In Exile from the Land of Snows".)

Thereby at last an opposition started to make itself heard in one upsetting testimonial account after the other, the flow of which has never been interrupted; but still the political establishments of the world continue to support China with cajolery: "But China is a respectable nation. They do as well as they can. Although their execution statistics surpass the whole rest of the world they make progress in human rights. After all, they don’t perform public executions any longer by shots in the neck but instead by injections in specially designed execution buses, so that the victims can die comfortably. We must respect China and acknowledge that Tibet is part of China, for the sake of China." (China stands for 20% of the world´s population but 70% of the world’s executions.) While at the same time China enforces mass immigration of Chinese into Tibet to definitely sinocize Tibet by drowning the Tibetan people in Chinese masses, who are not even constituted to live in such an extreme climate; so that Lhasa, the magical capital of Tibet, is now a circus of Chinese brothels, Karaoke bars and sterile business complexes of concrete blocks, where all the profits are Chinese, while the Tibetans are marginalized and sorted out like a lower caste without any rights of their own as citizens or even as human beings.

Unlike the Raoul Wallenberg case, no Chinese has ever made any Tibetan excuses or indemnified anything of the Chinese holocaust against the Tibetan people and culture, which process instead is just kept rolling on and even accelerated together with the Chinese executions, which also are speeded up after constantly quicker summary trials; while the world keeps disinterestedly looking on and lick China under her feet as if in a kind of voluntary blindness and refusal to recognize the evidence of a 50 year old political problem, which by this neglect just keeps growing, given fresh fuel and dirt today in Nepal and France; as the authorities of Nepal in spite of international law returns Tibetan refugees to China (since China pays Nepalese policemen to do this) where the fugitives consequently are maltreated and vanish; and as the French president Jacques Chirac, duped by a Chinese economical charm offensive, tries to persuade the European Community to resume the arms trade with China, which export was interrupted after the massacres by the Chinese authorities on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, June 4th 1989. For what purpose will China use those arms? Shoot more Tibetans and Uighurs? Start war against Taiwan?

 

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