Chinese Evil Designs on Brahmaputra:Force China out of Tibet

published on April 2, 2008


is gearing for a project on the Brahmaputra that threatens
drought in India’s
Northeast, environment experts and Indian officials claim, reports  Telegraph

clear instructions from Chinese spies in Communist party , UPA decided to
ignore the developments and instead volunteered to pay Beijing for help in avoiding floods in the



, has long been planning to divert the waters of the Brahmaputra
— which originates in southwest Tibet
as the Yarlung Zangbo or Tsangpo —to its thirsty northwest. Chinese government
had also built an airstrip on the river’s banks close to a potential diversion
point where a dam could come up


have warned that such a project could trigger an ecological disaster in India’s Northeast and Bangladesh. Chinese project could
divert 200 billion cubic metres of water annually to the Yellow River, leaving Assam
dry during the lean season, warns experts



Dr. S.
Kalyanaraman Comments


If China touches Brahmaputra waters, India should declare all-out war on the
imperialist China.
Now, people should know why China
annexed Free Tibet in 1950. Let us hope that there are patriotic Indians who
will not countenance another stab in the back after Hindi-Chini bhai-bhai. It
is shocking that CPM should be supporting China
in the ongoing genocide in Tibet,
couched as ‘people’s war’. Who are the people at war?


should spell out its acronym: Chinese Party of Murderers. There is neither
communist nor marxist in the rag-tag’s ideology. It is simple chamcha-giri to China, as a member of China-tern (relic of the
Comintern era after the collapse of the Soviet Union).


From a
strategic perspective, every effort should be made to break China into three or four parts so that it does
not pose a threat to the survival of the free developing nations of Asia.


Free Tibet, NOW.

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