REPORT ON CHINA, MARCH 14, 2008
Alleged Chinese cops in khaki uniforms repressing Tibet demonstrators in China, CNN, March 14, 2008 1’38”, 1’40″ (images above)
- Their khaki uniforms with berets seem to bear the imprint of the British colonial period.
- Khaki colored uniforms were first introduced in the British cavalry in India in 1846.
- Khaki means “dust” in Hindi and Persian.
- Moreover, the cops with khaki uniforms and mustache do not look Chinese.