The crackdown on the basic freedoms of the Tibetans by China continues at this moment. This evening as President Obama dines in extravagance with his family in Honolulu, Hawaii, perhaps on Peking Duck prepared by a Chinese chef sent in from his nearby pals in the inner circles in the Communist Chinese Party in Beijing, Tibetans are scared of the constant repression from China, and some are dying in filthy, overcrowded Chinese prisons. Phayul.com reported on Dec. 23, 2013, that China has sentenced three Tibetans to up to thirteen years in prison.
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy says three Tibetans from Driru have been sentenced to varying prison terms up to thirteen years by a Chinese court. Tibetan singer Tsekar Thinley has been sentenced at the prime of his life at 22 years old to nine years in a Chinese prison by the Driru County People’s Court. Choekyab has been sentenced to thirteen years in prison and Tselha got a three year jail term. The three Tibetans were charged with instigating one of the year’s largest protests against Chinese mining activities at the sacred Naglha Dzamba Mountain which is located in Driru County.
Tsekar Thinlay's album "Ring of Unity", which calls for unity among Tibetans, has been well received by listeners. But, Thinlay has been accused of mobilizing anti-government sentiments among Tibetans who listen to his music. China appears to be secretly jailing Tibetans in Nagchu and trying them arbitrarily without any access to due legal process or a fair trial. And so as the elitist Obama clique continues to invest heavily in the future of the Communist Chinese elite in Beijing, Tibetans are dying from Beijing's repressive policies.