Protests break calm in China's Inner ...

Protests break calm in China's Inner Mongolia area

There are 7 comments on the Athens Banner-Herald story from May 30, 2011, titled Protests break calm in China's Inner Mongolia area. In it, Athens Banner-Herald reports that:

In this May 27, 2011, photo released by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, Mongolian Chinese paramilitary police officers scuffle with protesters in Shuluun Huh county of northern China's Inner Mongolia province.

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CCP are DOOMED

Vancouver, Canada

#1 May 30, 2011
The beginning of the end for the Chinese Communist Party dictatorship!
MIROLYUBA IS RACIST CLOWN

New York, NY

#2 May 30, 2011
CCPs PRISON NATION

Vancouver, Canada

#3 May 30, 2011
"Unlike Tibet and Xinjiang, which have exploded in violent anti-government protests in recent years, Inner Mongolia had been generally quiet. That's partly due to the perception among Mongols that they were better off under Chinese rule than their ethnic brethren in impoverished Mongolia, said Barry Sautman of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.


In this May 25, 2011, photo released by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, students from Mongolian schools march in a protest before a government office in Xilinhot in northern China's Inner Mongolia province. Authorities poured more police into the streets and slowed Internet service in several parts of China's Inner Mongolia on Monday, May 30, following days of protests believed to be the largest in the region in 20 years.(AP Photo/Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

While annual per capita GDP in Inner Mongolia exceeded $7,000 in 2010, more than triple that of Mongolia, more ethnic Mongols now seem to be questioning the system under which they live, said Sautman.

The current protest movement "could serve to reinforce Mongol identity and revive calls for protecting pastoralism as an aspect of the culture," Sautman said."
MIROLYUBA Is A RACIST FOO

New York, NY

#4 May 30, 2011
Renounce Racism.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#5 May 31, 2011
There is only one race, the human race.

I see after three months of claiming I am a racist in thousands of posts you STILL cannot find one single racist quote from me.

But facts never bother you CCP criminals. You only want to kill, rape, and rob Chinese. You have no capacity for thought or the truth. There is NO FUTURE for such a shabby, brainless thug regime in the 21st century.

Your lawless CCP bandit regime is doomed.

So, spew your CCP lies; they are all you CCP scum have left, and all over the world they are understood as a sad Stalinist joke and throwback.
Rong

Melaka, Malaysia

#6 May 31, 2011
CCPs PRISON NATION wrote:
"Unlike Tibet and Xinjiang, which have exploded in violent anti-government protests in recent years, Inner Mongolia had been generally quiet. That's partly due to the perception among Mongols that they were better off under Chinese rule than their ethnic brethren in impoverished Mongolia, said Barry Sautman of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
In this May 25, 2011, photo released by Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, students from Mongolian schools march in a protest before a government office in Xilinhot in northern China's Inner Mongolia province. Authorities poured more police into the streets and slowed Internet service in several parts of China's Inner Mongolia on Monday, May 30, following days of protests believed to be the largest in the region in 20 years.(AP Photo/Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
While annual per capita GDP in Inner Mongolia exceeded $7,000 in 2010, more than triple that of Mongolia, more ethnic Mongols now seem to be questioning the system under which they live, said Sautman.
The current protest movement "could serve to reinforce Mongol identity and revive calls for protecting pastoralism as an aspect of the culture," Sautman said."
Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center is funded by the NED of USA. Guess why?
Sinophilic

Moscow, Russia

#12 Apr 19, 2012
No problem who funds: most important that against aggressive China!

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