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Taking a retrospective pulse of the Urumqi Riots [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2009-7-13 06:43:44 |Display all floors

Frame #10

.... I absolutely renounce in perpetuity.

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Post time 2009-7-13 06:56:16 |Display all floors
Well, there you have it, this woman who certainly knew how to package herself before leaving for the U.S. capital in March, 2005, eleven months after Uighur terrorists had their first congregation under the auspices of the Americans on April 16, 2004 in Washington D.C., was the front figure directly responsible for instigating the riot causing (hitherto) 148 deaths and hundreds more wounded.

However, the real murderer, as everyone knows, is her backer in the U.S., much as in the case of the DL being used in the Tbetan riots.

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Post time 2009-7-13 07:16:03 |Display all floors

Always remember...

......the schizophrenic serenade from across the Pacific.

Just like Ahmadinejad said (in so many words) a week ago, you can never trust that the other side is dead serious in its proposal.

Remember Obama was sending signals to Tehran that in order to differentiate his administration from that of his predecessor's, the U.S. was willing to talk to Tehran on the nuclear issue.

Yet the Anglos in Washington and London were still by force of habit interfering heavily in the election, causing Ahmadinejad to wonder aloud about Obama's sincerity.

The same thing is happening to China.

While never forgetting to send high-level emissaries bearing positive tidings on the bilateral relation when it has favors to ask of Beijing (DPRK, Iran, energy and environmental technology purchases) etc., it does what it pleases in arms sales to TW, Tbet and now Uighur terrorists.

I'll be uploading several articles from the Western media to illustrate this typical self-serving rationale of theirs.
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Post time 2009-7-13 07:47:53 |Display all floors
Xuri Toy factory in Shaoguan, Guangdong Province, where a brawl started on June 26 after grapevine rumors started by a begrudged job applicant, as it appeared during normal working hours.
abbr_ne 26 brawl started here at Xuri toy factory in Shaoguan, Guangdong Province.JPG

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Post time 2009-7-13 08:00:41 |Display all floors
Uighur minorities work in many big cities in East China, such as these at the Xuri Toy factory in Shaoguan, Guangdong Province.

Most of them work in the restaurant business, and many small roadside eateries can be found throughout China.  

Stories of successful management leading to the establishment of a nouveau riche class of relatively prosperous Uighurs began to appear in the local newspapers in the 1990s.

Employed workers like these work for wages higher than what they could fetch at home, and increasing numbers of them flock to these export-oriented businesses like seasonal birds, returning for home visits in biannual rituals just like the rest of the country.  In addition, many observe their own religious traditions such as the Ramadan, without any interference from neighbors or government.
Urumqi riot -- 7-5-09 Uighur workers at Xuri toy factory.JPG

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Post time 2009-7-13 09:07:53 |Display all floors
Some Uighurs also became victims of the rioters.  

Here's a Uighur treated at a clinic, with his relative waiting in company.
Urumqi riot -- 7-5-09 -- Uighurs also victims.JPG

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Post time 2009-7-13 16:46:35 |Display all floors

what benefit can abruption bring ,to common people?

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