It goes without saying that the psychotic regime ruling China should never have been awarded the olympics in the first place as it legitimises their truly awful humans rights abuses to the rest of the world. I also know our own regime is falling over itself to arse lick to the Chinese regime because we can't get enough of their cheap shoddy goods produced by nearly slave labour but I'm wondering if the cops would have ANY grounds for confiscating banners? After having watched the Channel 4 undercover in Tibet documentary on human rights abuses in illegally occupied Tibet on Monday:
made me realise that things are FAR worse than even I imagined. Compulsory sterilisation of Tibetan women, blatant ethnic cleansing, confiscation of land and virtual imprisonment of nomads, shooting dead of KIDS as they tried to escape over the border to Nepal, 13 year prison sentences for political protesters. So what I'm thinking is that we would all be failing as citizens of this world if we don't at the very least wave some kind of banners protesting at China's human rights record. If the cops do perform a mass confiscation then we should swamp them with a mass police complaint, unlawful arrest claims etc. Would make them look ridiculous after it's all over. Now I'm thinking about this, I recall it's all happened before when Chinese psycho leader himself visited in 2005:
etc. Cops got blasted over that.
justice for Tibet & all political prisoners in China