Monday, April 21, 2008

Nepal Soldiers Have Shoot To Kill Orders During Torch Relay of Shame Climb Of Mount Everest

In shocking news that should see every Corporate Sponsor of the Beijing Olympics bail out, the Government of Nepal has announced they have given the Nepalise Army Orders to SHOOT TO KILL Pro Tibetan Protestors during the Flame of Shame's ascent of Mount reported over at te Chinese Ass Monkey News blog:

Monday, April 21, 2008

China's Butt Buddy Nepal Stoops To New Low, Nepalese Weasels Will Shoot Pro Tibet Protesters During Everest Climb

China's butt buddy, the brown nosing Nepalese Goverment has announced they will shoot any Pro Tibetan Protestors who try to interfere with China's attempt to reach the submit of Mount Everest...let us all pray that God smites down those attempting to take the torch to the submit, let us pray they befall a HORRID ACCIDENT on the face, extinquishing the flame once and for all, burying it at the highest peak in the appropriate. Meanwhile, on a more realistic note, it is suggested that Protesters plan to either A) use overwhelming force of numbers in any attempt to interfere, or B) come armed. People have a right to self defense, and the Nepalese have drawn the line in the sand...they intend to shoot to kill.

Nepal: Everest pro-Tibet protesters may be shot

KATHMANDU, Nepal (CNN) -- Nepal has given its security personnel permission to shoot pro-Tibet demonstrators during China's Olympic flame climb to Mount Everest's summit early next month.


Everest and the Himalayan mountain range seen from the air.

"About 25 soldiers and policemen have established camps on the mountain and they have been ordered to use force if necessary to stop any anti-Chinese activities," Mod Raj Dotel, spokesman for the home ministry, said Sunday. "This could mean shooting if necessary."

Security personnel will also check mountain climbers for non-essential expedition materials, Dotel added.

"If anyone is found with anti-Chinese material their permit will be canceled and returned from the mountain," he said.

Chinese climbers plan to take the Olympic flame to the top of the world's highest peak, at 8,848 meters (29,028 feet) as part of the global relay leading up to the August 8 opening of the Summer Olympics in Beijing.

Spring is the most popular season for climbing Mount Everest, which straddles the border between Nepal and Tibet, an autonomous region of China.

The Nepali government has granted permits to dozens of climbers from 30 expeditions this season.

But between May 1 and May 10, climbers are barred from going above 6,400 meters until the torch run is completed. China plans to take the Olympic flame to the summit sometime then.

Harsh weather conditions allow only about two opportunities in May for a push to the summit.

The Chinese have not allowed any expedition to climb the mountain from the north side, according the Kathmandu representative of the Tibet China Mountaineering Association.

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