Years ago, Tibet was still a slave system before liberation, and women were not as valuable as yaks

2022-08-03 0 By

Foreword: The blooming of civilization unlocks the shackles of hierarchy and makes people born equal.Sun Yat-sen went from one country to another in order to overthrow the feudal power of the qing government, which was divided by class.Tibet is located on the border of China. Many people like it because it is a spiritual holy land for many people.It’s a land of piety, mysterious and ancient.Many years ago, there were only aristocrats and serfs in Tibet, and a human being was not worth as much as a cow.You may be used to watching Qing Dynasty dramas and have a little understanding of feudal society, but before liberation, Tibet was still a slave system that has long been abandoned by history.This is really incredible, because there were only three kinds of people in the vast land of Tibet at that time: aristocrats, monks and serfs.China gradually abolished slavery after the Western Zhou Dynasty, and thanks to the history of educated and benevolent people, the system was basically abolished from the Warring States to the Qin Dynasty.What you can’t imagine is that thousands of years later, at the top of the most beautiful place in the world, there is still such a decadent consciousness.Where nobles and monks had a natural place, slaves had no guarantee of dignity, not to mention property and life.Tibetan aristocrats were called “Tusi”, a term that spread from some ethnic minorities in southwest China. Ethnic minority officials in Yunnan and Guizhou were called Tusi, which somehow spread to Tibet.The Tibetan chieftains owned their own land, and all the inhabitants of the land were their slaves.What does a slave mean?It is a very sad fate, they only represent the property of toast.They have no right to live, they can be deprived of life by a word of toast.They worked so hard that every bit of the harvest would become the property of the chieftain, and in return the chieftain would give them something to eat to keep them from starving to death and to keep them alive, so that they would not be able to rebel, and chieftain would buy his own safety by shameless exploitation.Was there any law in Tibet then?There are laws, of course, but only to protect the interests of the chieftain.The slaves had no voice, nor would the chieftain allow them to speak.Tibetan law included a barbaric provision that the chieftain could decide the life and death of his slaves.So the chieftain could insult his slaves at will, or he could kill them at any time.Tibetan tusi learned a lot from Chinese Confucianism, they threw away all the good ones and kept the bad ones.At that time, it was stipulated that slaves could not hold their heads up or lift their bodies in front of the toast, but could only crawl on their knees.This is worse than the Confucian doctrine of three obeisance and nine knocks.Slaves who dared to look up were beaten severely, gouged out their eyes or even killed.The ruling classes have one thing in common: they don’t want the people under their feet to have wisdom.Slaves had no right to education, and what the chiefess feared most was that slaves would open their minds and rise up against them.They terrorized the slaves in the cruelly possible way. They crushed the serfs by force until they knelt at their feet.Women are the worst victims of oppression.They can’t make decisions about their own lives, even when it comes to major life events like marriage.Women’s marriage had to be ordained by the chieftain, which was one of their means of controlling the slaves, who had no rights as human beings.If the slave owners did not assign matchmakers, the women would live alone.The insolence of the chieftain was appalling. As long as it was the girl of the serf family in their own territory, they had the right to play with her, and the girl was taken away directly after they saw her.Some women didn’t make it out of toast’s house alive.That’s how unscrupulous they were, when women were worth less than a yak.Barbaric rule was not so. China abolished martyrdom after the Qin Dynasty.Tibet has been the continuation of this atrocious bad habits.Before his death, chieftain would take some serfs to another world to enjoy his happiness. Many serfs were killed in chieftain’s funeral.Conclusion: Today’s peace and tranquility in Tibet is due to the correct attitude of the Chinese government in 1951. After two years of negotiations, The Tibetan serfs had the right to be human beings.Tibet looks better today, solemn and magnificent, and may this image be passed on forever.