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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-3-2 18:05|
Motika Post time: 2014-3-2 16:28
why where they dressed in black ? Did they pick that from a video game ?
This terrorist attack looks scripted by the Hollywood types, except it is a Terrorist Reality Show for them, using real Chinese men, women and children as their victims. But the costumes, paraphernalia, and even their "evidence" left behind conveniently in the homes or temporary residences of the terrorists paint the picture of Xinjiang Islamic terrorists.
Except . . .
They don't belong in Tibetan-dominated Kunming/Yunnan, most of whose people, by the way, despite their being minorities are proud to be Chinese and are quite patriotic. These Islamic terrorists clearly cannot sell their ideas to the locals, and so their "show" could only be intended for consumption by others elsewhere. Since this is a reality show to be used as a model for terror elsewhere, the only other places it could be targeted to, have to be other Tibetan-dominated towns and cities. But why not do it there, on site? Two reasons come to mind immediately.
One is these other places might be under a higher degree of vigilance against terrorist acts and therefore harder to implement such a large scale massacre.
The other is, the Islamic terrorists might mistake local Tibetans for Han Chinese and end up causing widespread resentment of Tibetans against the Xinjiang terrorists, in which case, they won't copy the "act" they carefully scripted for copying by Tibetan extremists.
The choice of Kunming, a Tibetan territory, for carrying out an Islamic terror attack, but using traditionally Tibetan weapons of ethnic cleansing, which are the "long knives" used in this incident, and carried out with hacking and stabbing Chinese civilians, as occurred in the Lhasa Race Riots of March 2008, is clearly a choreographed choice of venue, audience, props and type of violence.
China needs to safeguard the lives of its civilians, therefore, in every Tibetan town and city, even if the actual terrroists were from Xinjiang. Of course, Xinjiang itself needs to beef up public safety measures, but omitting Lhasa and other Tibetan-dominated regions would be a failure of intelligence and a grave error of public security.