Zone de Texte: The Bhutan Refugee documentary

  Ethnic Cleansing in Buddhist Shangri-La - Bhutan  

    “The Buddhist authorities made me leave my country because I was Christian. I don’t mind that.  Suffering is part of life. But I want to see my country again, it is my country. I don’t think my father will live to return. They say if we become Buddhist we might have a better chance.  I don’t think so.” Ashok Rai, Christian Minister, 30. Khudanabari Refugee Camp. Nepal
Here’s a statistic for Demi Moore and others who have paid $300 a day to visit the so-hyped Shangri-La of Bhutan.  
One sixth of Bhutan’s 730,000 strong population has been forcibly evicted from Bhutan. Their only crime is  their ethnicity.  They’re  not Buddhist and they’re not Royal Mongol stock.   They are ethnic Lotshampas;- they speak Nepali, practice Hinduism and some 10,000 of them: Christianity.  
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Reporter/Cameraman: Antonia Francis - Cameraman/Reporter: Swen Connrad’


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