I found these videos in YouTube, and I wanted to share with all of you.
Welcome to Beijing.
Leehom's Olympic song: One World One Dream.
The lyrics of these songs are transpiring hopes of a better future for mankind. Yeaph... everything it's fine, everything it's perfect, but it is? Both lyrics and music are enchanting and inspiring as I said, but unfortunately we shouldn't forget about Tibet.
China people deserves to held the Olympics, not questions about it! What I'm questioning it's the communist party on power! Ultimately, they shouldn't benefit from this worldwide event, because they will transcend from the real meaning of the modern Olympic Games. These Olympics in all probability will be, the most contested Olympics in the modern Olympics' history, but in the other hand it will be the most magnificent Olympics ever held, if anythings goes smoothly as planned by the Beijing's regime. During the Olympics torch traveling around the world, the torch itself has met many protesters with their persisting voices of boycotting China's Olympics, but Beijing hasn't wavered an inch from reaching its final destination: to take the Olympics torch into the city of Lhasa (capital of Tibet), and in the very end Beijing made with this this symbolic gesture a proclamation to the entire world "Tibet is and will be part of China forever"
What sad conclusion for Tibetans ...their hopes have been crushed by the Olympic' spirit and by nationals' economic interests! All end here? No, I don't think so! Humanity has always rebounded (in a way or in an other) back from injustices, and Tibet with its people will too. Maybe, it will take time, a lots time, but eventually they will (see human's history). In the end, all kind of dictatorships have been defeated and Beijing's communist party won't be less...They will be crashed by humanity's history and judgment. Nothing is forever, no empire has lasted for good, and Beijing's despotical regime will met at last the same fate as the Soviet Empire, ostracized from history.
A bit of the Olympics' history from wikipedia.org:
The International Olympic Committee was founded in 1894 on the initiative of a French nobleman, Pierre Frédy, Baron de Coubertin. The first of the IOC's Olympic Games were the 1896 Summer Olympics, held in Athens, Greece.
The 5 rings Olympic's logo was designed by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games, in 1913, and it represent the continents of the Americas (North and South), Australia, Europe, Africa, and Asia. The rings are interlaced to show the coming together or meeting of the continents at the Olympics.
Let the games begin...Red.eVolution
P.S. On a personal note, I want once more to stress out: I have nothing personal with the Chinese people, I admire their culture and their history. China is a great nation with great people that has contributed to the human's history a lot. My quarrel is with those on charge of China's destiny which are hampering ideas and progress of a proud nation.
More to read on the following links:
Tibet, a land in which with all the probabilities Tibetans will never get back!
Tibet news, from the past days violences.
Tibet on fire.