Thursday, May 8, 2014'

Resistance in East Turkistan revived after decades!

The resistance against the Chinese occupied forces in East Turkistan, has revived seriously more than any time since 1970s during Chinese occupation in the communist era.

China's state media has reveal the "blue paper" published by China's national security, which according to, shows an increase on attacks against occupied forces.

"in the past year(2013) that killed more than 30 people, including police officers, the official news agency Xinhua said, reporting on an official "blue paper".

"Recent terrorist attacks have spread across China, targeted government agencies and institutions, and tended to rely on very simple weapons, the agency said.

the use of the simple weapon, apparenlty, because of the high crackdown China import against the minorities ethnics, which make impossible to get more fatal arms such as guns.

"it is difficult for terrorists in China to obtain guns and that is why they are using resources like knives".

"Knives and petrol, which can be easily obtained, are the favourites of terrorists in China and these simple weapons are no less dangerous," Wu Shaozhong, a security intelligence expert from People's Public Security University of China, told Haiwai Net.

"China will launch special operations against "terrorism" to combat terrorism in the country," Meng Jianzhu, the head of the Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the Communist Party of China Central Committee announced today.

However, its unlikely that China's heavy campaign by force, will end the resistance.

Due to the inequaliy and oppression against the minorities's right still highly practiced by the state.

"In today's China, the rapid rise of terrorist incidents ... is the product of increasingly acute social tensions, and the reason is quite simply that the Chinese state is itself a kind of terrorist regime," Wuhan-based dissident Qin Yongmin, a co-founder of the banned opposition China Democracy Party (CDP) commented on the government's report.

"Countless innocent people the length and breadth of the country are repeatedly detained suddenly just for complaining about the government or for expressing their opinions and views," he said.

"Such pressure gives rise to extreme conflicts, it doesn't resolve them".

Qin said his organization, the China Human Rights Observer, would study further the forms of public violence that the government calls terrorism.

 growing number of public incidents of violence are linked to the lack of a mechanism to resolve grievances and injustice.

"In the past few decades of economic growth, citizens haven't received the protection of the courts for their rights or from rising crime". 

"This has led to a worsening domestic security situation in China."said Xia Ming, political science lecturer at the College of Staten Island in New York.

 "the Communist Party treats all acts of popular anger as terrorism. "Actually, China's economic miracle and rise as an international power are built on huge social instability," Xia said.

He said the government's hard line against dissent is already backfiring, however.

"Whenever it is faced with violent protest against government actions, it designates such actions as terrorism," Xia said.

"China's hard-line policies ... treat all popular anger as acts of terrorism, and will escalate the problems of clashes between the people and the government.".

Police officer guard Guangzhou's train station  yesterday

Security patrols stepped up in Guangzhou following the attack by knife, that left six injured.

"There is only one suspected attacker, who was injured by a police bullet and is still undergoing surgery in the hospital," the Guangzhou municipal police department said on its official Twitter-like Wiebo account.

Even though, the Chinese state media didn't reveal the name of the suspected who involved in knife attack, almost all of the netizens assuming that the attacker is Uyghur man, according to GuangZhou based writer Ye Du.

Its for apparent reason, as state media mention the attacker as wearing "White hat" that usually dressed by muslims.

Chinese residents feel increasingly unsafe, as attacks increased dramatically in the last month, as China never faced such attacks in short period.

 "I felt my own safety could be affected by the growing number of public attacks in recent months." said a Guangzhou resident named Huang.

"But the government's security crackdowns have only targeted the effects and not the root causes of such violence".

"If you don't resolve the issue of inequality and oppression of ethnic minorities, but instead use technology to curb them, that's not a good way of solving the problem," Huang said.

"They should pay attention to the ethnic minorities' calls for more rights and more freedom, and allow them to enjoy more of the fruits of economic development," he said.

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