Wednesday, August 12, 2009

US Government Funds Slaughter of Innocent Han Chinese in Xinjiang

Rebiya Kadeer is the President of both WUC (World Uighur Congress) and UAA (Uyghur American Association

This video documents the elaborate advanced planing that was used to plan and instigate the deadly race riots in Xinjiang Province, China. On July 5th, Some Uighurs, incited by Ribiya Kadeer, president of the World Uighur Congress, and the Uighur American Association, staged "peaceful demonstrations," to attract police, then "killing squads" raged through side streets in Han Chinese neighborhoods, slaughtering dozens of people that "looked Asian." Uighurs are a caucasian ethnic Turkish speaking people. not all Uighurs living in Xinjiang, China support Ribyia's seperatism. Uighurs are not the only minority nor only Muslims living in Xinjiang.

The US Government funds Ribiya Kadeer primarily through the NED. US Congressmen support her racial hatred groups. The US Congress, and the Uighur seperatist and terror groups, together, spread disinformation about Xinjiang, Uighurs and China.

For example, they like to say that China invaded Xinjiang, the Uihgur homeland. You see, they are counting on your ignorance, indifference, and latent racist attitudes toward "Asian looking people." In fact, Uighurs migrated into Xinjiang, China, some 1000 years AFTER the Han Chinese.

Another lie the Uighur seperatists like to spread is that China is destroying Uighur culture. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth! China is the only country in the world that has preserved the writen arabic script of the Uighur language. In all other countries, including Turkey, Uighurs write their language either in Latin or Russian based scripts.

I have often wondered why the US continues to engage in such violent covert activities. I assume our government knows this is bad, evil, and unlawful, which is why they lie to Americans about what is actually going on. Is it lawful for the US gov to propagandise the American people? What about the People's Right to Know?

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