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Who are behind the terror in Xinjiang?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-7-1 18:49:55 |Display all floors
This post was edited by lioncitytemasek at 2013-7-1 20:41
seneca Post time: 2013-7-1 04:53
Perhaps if you could spare some time to apprise yourself of more relevant comparisons - what the C ...

People of Xinjiang are not "natives" as westerners like to label them.  All ethnic groups are citizens of China.
If you are implying that China is deliberately trying to destroy the Uighur people, then I am sorry you will be VERY disappointed. If you want to talk about wholesale destruction of culture and genocide, then you look at America, South America, Canada and Australia for example.

You just have live with the truth and accept the truth. If you can't, sorry, just go home. I am sure you will be happier there.
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grb Post time: 2013-7-1 06:41
Keep out the HAN and XJ will be a better place.

Keep people like you out of China, and China will be a better place.
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xoce Post time: 2013-7-1 16:06
So everywhere the step of mighty Han was found, automatically the land belongs to China. Since you ...

China is a country. Have you got any problems with that? Do you have any problems with the presence of Anglo Saxons in North America, Canada, Australia?
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Post time 2013-7-1 18:58:50 |Display all floors
The plain truth is today the majority of countries view China as friend, not enemy. No one can dispute that. This truth is uncomfortable for China haters.

Who are behind the terror in Xinjiang? that's the topic. Don't be side tracked.
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Post time 2013-7-1 20:16:27 |Display all floors
lioncitytemasek Post time: 2013-7-1 19:51
Keep people like you out of China, and China will be a better place.

I second that,
actually, the place would be peaceful

problem is China not having CIA etc agencies to go undercover and pinpoint them foreign paid troublemakers
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Post time 2013-7-1 20:46:36 |Display all floors
An eye opening account from info wars, going back a few years.


In 2007, http://www.german-foreign-policy.com/en/fulltext/56104 had an article about China.

From this we deduce:

1. German foreign policy makers have held talks with Chinese separatists.
The Munich based “World Uyghur Congress (WUC)” announced that its president, US-based Rebiya Kadeer, was received by the German foreign ministry.

Berlin has been escalating its anti-Beijing secessionist offensive.
Germany – and intelligence circles – have been cultivating relations with Uyghur exiled politicians.

‘Current transatlantic activities promoting anti-Chinese separatism and weakening Beijing, are based on decades of German-US cooperation.’

2. Erkin Alptekin, a Uyghur living in exile, is one of the main players and he has CIA links.

Erkin Alptekin moved to Munich in 1971, where he became “Senior Policy Advisor” to the director of the US station “Radio Liberty”.

It was at that time that the CIA began to establish contacts to Uyghurs seeking secession.

“Some, like Erkin Alptekin, who have worked for the CIA’s Radio Liberty, are – in the meantime – on the forefront of the secessionist movement” writes analyst B. Raman, the former Indian government’s cabinet secretary.

3. In Munich, Alptekin founded the “East Turkestan Union in Europe” in 1991; and in April 2004 he founded the “World Uyghur Congress” and became its founding president.

‘From German territory, the congress is steering numerous Uyghur exile organizations around the world, of which some must be classified as being in the terrorist milieu, according to Chinese government information.’

4. The Munich based exile movement seeks to merge the Uyghur secessionist movement with the Tibetan and the Mongolian movements.

It seeks to break up China.

In 1985, former CIA advisor Alptekin participated in the foundation of the “Allied Committee of the Peoples of East Turkestan, Tibet and Inner Mongolia”.

5. Rebiya Kadeer is continuing Alptekin’s activities – and is also receiving German-US American support.
Her husband works for Radio Free Asia, the Asian counterpart to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, also said to have close links to the CIA.

[1] see also Language Struggle and Ethnic Europe
[2] Erkin Alptekin; www.tibet10march.net/web/redner_alptekin.htm
[3] B. Raman: US and Terrorism in Xinjiang; South Asia Analysis Group, Paper No. 499, 24.07.2002
[4] China Seeks Int’l Support In Counter-Terrorism; People’s Daily Online 16.12.2003
[5] B. Raman: US and Terrorism in Xinjiang; South Asia Analysis Group, Paper No. 499, 24.07.2002

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