"The history of Tibet before the Chinese takeover was brutal and filled with bloodshed, the ambassador said. He said he'd done some research on the internet and discovered that a high-level expedition from Nazi Germany visited Lhasa in 1939 to study Tibetan ways and see if they fit into the Nazi worldview. Nazi scientists did make an uninvited visit to Tibet at that time."
Who wants to take bets that this "research" is the result of a google search and a wikipedia article? *Shakes head sadly* Doesn't the Chinese government have some kind of historians employed by them, to prevent this kind of shit? I know the US government hires them for every country on the globe (whether they listen to them or not is another question entirely). Since I'm graduating in May, I'm willing to offer myself up as a candidate for the job if they offer it LOL.
The rest of the article is just a bunch of circular arguments, propoganda and attempts at brainwashing. Sort of like what the President of Iran tried to do at Columbia university last year. These people operate in an environment that is so closed off (China and Iran are notoriously isolationist, even banning access to the internet and heavily censoring the access that is granted)t that their reality has become what they want it to be. They can't quite understand when the rest of the world doesn't buy it, or laughs at them for it. It's more sad than anything, that people are that disillusioned.