Uighur Activist Kadeer Says China Forced Migration Policy Caused Riots

Oct 30, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Bloomberg.com - Asia

Rebiya Kadeer , the exiled Uighur activist, said violence in Xinjiang in China that left 192 people dead in July may have stemmed from the forced movement of Uighur women to mainland China to work in factories and hotels.

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this is shocking.

first make policies that cause riots.

then butcher people branding them as "rioters"
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GlobeSon wrote:
this is shocking.
first make policies that cause riots.
then butcher people branding them as "rioters"
You can ask your buddies at the NED about that.

Or ask your friends at al-Qaeda?
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This is just another Bullshit article, typical of those in the Western press. Just half-truths, leaving out important details.

The program for Uyghur women to work along China's coast is for poverty reduction in Xinjiang. I guess that's not OK for al-Qaeda types like Rebiya Kadeer, a compulsive LIER.

Also, Rebiya Kadeer was thrown in jail in China for engaging in Separatist Activities. That would be TREASON.
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GlobeSon wrote:
this is shocking.
first make policies that cause riots.
then butcher people branding them as "rioters"
A crude and stupid regime, indeed.
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if the author don't know the truth,or don't verify the truth ,pls. don't release the article

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down with china
RayH

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qiH wrote:
if the author don't know the truth,or don't verify the truth ,pls. don't release the article
Are you kidding? Half-truths and spreading hypocrisy are the NORM for the Western press.
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GlobeSon wrote:
this is shocking.
first make policies that cause riots.
then butcher people branding them as "rioters"
Look at this old lady, would you buy an used car from her?
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RayH wrote:
The program for Uyghur women to work along China's coast is for poverty reduction in Xinjiang. I guess that's not OK for al-Qaeda types like Rebiya Kadeer, a compulsive LIER.
Also, Rebiya Kadeer was thrown in jail in China for engaging in Separatist Activities. That would be TREASON.
So you admit China has moved 300,000 Uighur women for "poverty reduction."
That supports what Mrs Kadeer says. With the shortage of women in China,
moving that many women from their homes sounds very suspicious.

Incidently, Mrs Kadeer wasn't thrown in jail for separatist activities.
She was jailed for meeting with a US Congressional delegation to discuss
human rights and the oppression of the Uighurs by China.

"police arrested her as she entered a hotel to discuss human rights with U.S. Congressional staff who were visiting China."

Nowhere can I find Mrs Kadeer supporting the creation of a separate nation for her people. She wants her people treated fairly as citizens of China.

Im not an enemy of the Chinese people, Im not even an enemy of the Chinese government, she said.Im only asking one thing from the government, to give the Uighurs a chance to live their lives in peace.

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Mirolyuba wrote:
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A crude and stupid regime, indeed.
A wealthy and wise regime, indeed.

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each fart of Rebiya, Western press treat it as truth.
RayH

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down with china
Go jump in a lake, stupid.
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Monk wrote:
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So you admit China has moved 300,000 Uighur women for "poverty reduction."
That supports what Mrs Kadeer says. With the shortage of women in China,
moving that many women from their homes sounds very suspicious.
Incidently, Mrs Kadeer wasn't thrown in jail for separatist activities.
She was jailed for meeting with a US Congressional delegation to discuss
human rights and the oppression of the Uighurs by China.
"police arrested her as she entered a hotel to discuss human rights with U.S. Congressional staff who were visiting China."
Nowhere can I find Mrs Kadeer supporting the creation of a separate nation for her people. She wants her people treated fairly as citizens of China.
Im not an enemy of the Chinese people, Im not even an enemy of the Chinese government, she said.Im only asking one thing from the government, to give the Uighurs a chance to live their lives in peace.
Rebiya Kadeer is the head of the World Uyghur Congress, whose leadership is full of people from terrorist organizations with links to al-Qaeda, aimed at establishing an Islamic Republic in Xinjiang, similar to what the Taliban is doing in Afghanistan today or Iran now.

Realistically, Rebiya Kadeer got into trouble with the PRC government over providing materials to help her husband, a known separatist then hiding out in U.S.

She's putting up that "peaceful protest" and "human rights" charade, based on the advice of the NED.

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I do believe that Uyghur Congress has deep friendship with Al-Qaeda.
RayH

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each fart of Rebiya, Western press treat it as truth.
It's just another failed attempt to resist the start of the "Asian Century." There're resistance, more resistance, and finally acceptance. We've already seen this pattern with the economic rise of Japan in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Monk wrote:
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So you admit China has moved 300,000 Uighur women for "poverty reduction."
That supports what Mrs Kadeer says. With the shortage of women in China,
moving that many women from their homes sounds very suspicious.
Incidently, Mrs Kadeer wasn't thrown in jail for separatist activities.
She was jailed for meeting with a US Congressional delegation to discuss
human rights and the oppression of the Uighurs by China.
"police arrested her as she entered a hotel to discuss human rights with U.S. Congressional staff who were visiting China."
Nowhere can I find Mrs Kadeer supporting the creation of a separate nation for her people. She wants her people treated fairly as citizens of China.
Im not an enemy of the Chinese people, Im not even an enemy of the Chinese government, she said.Im only asking one thing from the government, to give the Uighurs a chance to live their lives in peace.
She always tells the world interesting stuff. I remember that she told Japanese politicians in August this year in Tokyo that after rounds of machine gun shots fired by the PLA, 10,000 Uighurs disappeared in a few minutes from the street of urban Urumqi, leaving no trace of these people, dead or alive.

She also said in the same occasion that the Chinese government has treated the Uighurs in Xinjiang very cruelly. Ethnic cleansing is always on the agenda of the Chinese communist government. She said China tested atomic bombs in the 1960s on Uighur villages on the outskirt of Urumqi. These experiments have killed 200,000 to 300,000 Uighurs.

She should provide evidence to convince her audience, but unfortunately she hasn't.
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RayH wrote:
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Rebiya Kadeer is the head of the World Uyghur Congress, whose leadership is full of people from terrorist organizations with links to al-Qaeda, aimed at establishing an Islamic Republic in Xinjiang, similar to what the Taliban is doing in Afghanistan today or Iran now.
Realistically, Rebiya Kadeer got into trouble with the PRC government over providing materials to help her husband, a known separatist then hiding out in U.S.
She's putting up that "peaceful protest" and "human rights" charade, based on the advice of the NED.
She doesn't strike me as the kind of person who does what others tell her to do. She could easily be an agitator for a separate E Turkistan. She can't be put in prison for speaking out. Why wouldn't she support separation?
Britain is full of Muslin extremists who call for revolution in the world and plot
to disrupt and destroy the Great Satan. Al-Qaeda declares jihad on China-
that's her opportunity to openly demand an independent E Turkistan. Maybe
she will, soon.
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Monk wrote:
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Nowhere can I find Mrs Kadeer supporting the creation of a separate nation for her people.
Robert Marquand ("The Christian Science Monitor", July 12, 2009) telephone interview....

Robert Marquand- Q: Do you want independence?

Rebiya Kadeer- A: Every Uighur wants to see that.

Robert Marquand- Q: So when Beijing authorities call you a separatist, they are correct?

Rebiya Kadeer- A: I'm not a separatist. But because of China's policies, the Uighurs are feeling driven to separate. For six decades, Uighurs have enjoyed no peace, freedom, or rights.

So she states she wants independance according to that regardless of tring to fudge the issue by claing she is not a seperatist. Elsewhere you will find her seeking "autonomy" but as anyone who has access to a dictionery, autonomy is defined as "self determination, freedom and independence" (penguin) whereas "autonomous" is defined as independent, self governing.(oxford)

So like the Dalai Lama, she plays with with words. But she clearly states that EVERY Uighur wants independence and she is, without a doubt, an Uighur.
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InfoSharing wrote:
<quoted text>She always tells the world interesting stuff. I remember that she told Japanese politicians in August this year in Tokyo that after rounds of machine gun shots fired by the PLA, 10,000 Uighurs disappeared in a few minutes from the street of urban Urumqi, leaving no trace of these people, dead or alive.
She also said in the same occasion that the Chinese government has treated the Uighurs in Xinjiang very cruelly. Ethnic cleansing is always on the agenda of the Chinese communist government. She said China tested atomic bombs in the 1960s on Uighur villages on the outskirt of Urumqi. These experiments have killed 200,000 to 300,000 Uighurs.
She should provide evidence to convince her audience, but unfortunately she hasn't.
After the Urumqi Riots, Rebiya Kadeer held up photos of another demonstration in central China as her proof for Xinjiang.

Like I said, would you buy an used car from this lady?
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InfoSharing wrote:
<quoted text>She always tells the world interesting stuff. I remember that she told Japanese politicians in August this year in Tokyo that after rounds of machine gun shots fired by the PLA, 10,000 Uighurs disappeared in a few minutes from the street of urban Urumqi, leaving no trace of these people, dead or alive.
She also said in the same occasion that the Chinese government has treated the Uighurs in Xinjiang very cruelly. Ethnic cleansing is always on the agenda of the Chinese communist government. She said China tested atomic bombs in the 1960s on Uighur villages on the outskirt of Urumqi. These experiments have killed 200,000 to 300,000 Uighurs.
She should provide evidence to convince her audience, but unfortunately she hasn't.
But what she hasn't said is that the Uighurs should separate from China to
create E Turkistan.

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