But does that in any way make the Chinese Communist Party's REPEATED GENOCIDES against its own people acceptable?<quoted text>
Because the grounds for the charges of genocide are "aimed at eliminating the uniqueness and existence of Tibet" (quoted from the article and for which the technical term is "assimilation") of which CCP COULD BE responsible but Spain doesn't have the moral right to judge other countries, and which is something they have been doing as a bread and circus to distract their people from their own current economic problems and their own atrocities of which they are letting the perpetrators walk away because judging them won't politically convenient.
Spain actually has done that with other countries while avoiding to discuss their own issues. Like when they went after Pinochet which ideologically speaking had more in common with Franco than with the CCP and the Chileans who still supported Pinochet unsurprisingly went out to the streets with signs that said stuff like "Haz patria, mata un Español".
The CCP is, after all, the BIGGEST MASS-MURDERER IN TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY. Why should its CRIMES be ignored, as you advocate?
Blaming Spain for taking a moral stance against genocide seems pretty low.
Is THAT why you are HIDING now?