Bomb detonated at Beijing airport, 1 ...

Bomb detonated at Beijing airport, 1 wounded

There are 8 comments on the The Daily Star story from Jul 20, 2013, titled Bomb detonated at Beijing airport, 1 wounded. In it, The Daily Star reports that:

Policemen and security personnel are seen at the arrival gate B where an explosion occurred at the Terminal 3 of Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, July 20, 2013.

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Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#1 Jul 20, 2013
Must be a Uighur who done this.
2 Cents

Taipei, Taiwan

#2 Jul 20, 2013
I saw a picture of the guy - kinda looks like the poster here called chinese peasant.
Fatboy

Hallstahammar, Sweden

#3 Jul 21, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
Must be a Uighur who done this.
Ji Zhongxing was born in Heze, Shandong province, he is 34 years old.
Ji once worked in Guangdong and has been petitioning for more than a decade over alleged abuse he suffered which left him paralysed.
Ji claimed that he was left paralysed after several chengguan beat him in 2005.
Witnesses say that Ji shouted "I have a bomb, stay away from me" before detonating his device.

Here's a translated part from Ji's blog.....no wonder he was desperate....sad indeed.:o(

I came from my hometown in Shandong to Guangdong to work, to earn a bit more since money is tight at home, and used all the money I earned to buy a motorbike to transport passengers.
[On 28th June 2005, I was taking a chef called Gong Tao to his home, and driving down a section of road without traffic lights, I heard the siren of a police car and saw the car coming towards me.]

At the time I didn't think I was doing anything wrong, and the road was quite narrow so I did not stop and continued driving. When I passed by the Xin Tang Public Security Office, I saw there were seven or eight chengguan blocking the road, holding steel rods and pipes. Just as I was about to brake, a chengguan threw one of the steel pipes across my face, throwing both myself and my passenger on the floor.

When I came to, it was already noon the next day. I was in pain all over, and when I opened my eyes I saw that I was lying on the hospital bed, the passenger I took was also hurt and in hospital. I searched around my pockets and wasn't missing any money, the only thing that was missing my ID card. When Gong Tao saw that I was conscious, he told me that policemen from Xin Tang Public Security […] refused to let me go and started hitting my legs, feet, waist, striking me furiously with the steel bars. They hit me until I was unconscious, and only took me to hospital when they'd seen the police car that was following me had also arrived onto the scene, and that I was practically dead. After that, they disappeared without a trace.

Because we are farmers, and are poor, no matter who we turn to, nobody wants to help us. And what's more, when the chengguan found us, they turned around and called us tramps and beat us. If it weren't for them taking us to hospital on time, I wouldn't have survived...

We looked to the sky, and the sky looked away; we called to the earth, and the earth did not respond. We have been forsaken but have nobody to turn to, so all I could do was to hold back tears and go back to Shandong. And now I am festering away, paralysed and over 100,000 yuan in debt. Our family have suffered an unimaginable fate. My uncle died when he was young, and soon after so did my mother and grandmother. The only thing that's keeping me going is the thought of seeking justice.
Oliver Cromwell

Paisley, UK

#4 Jul 21, 2013
Well that explains it then,so the next time the New York Police beat someone up its ok for them to blow Kennedy airport up.
Fatboy

Hallstahammar, Sweden

#5 Jul 21, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Well that explains it then,so the next time the New York Police beat someone up its ok for them to blow Kennedy airport up.
Well obviously for you it doesn't explain anything......getting old Robes?:o)
Oliver Cromwell

Paisley, UK

#6 Jul 21, 2013
Fatboy wrote:
<quoted text>
Well obviously for you it doesn't explain anything......getting old Robes?:o)
Just saying,thats the logic you are employing.
The CCP is DYING

Surrey, Canada

#9 Jul 23, 2013
This is the OTHER "Oliver Hardy", apparently!

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
The CCP is DYING

Surrey, Canada

#10 Jul 23, 2013
Fatboy wrote:
<quoted text>
Ji Zhongxing was born in Heze, Shandong province, he is 34 years old.
Ji once worked in Guangdong and has been petitioning for more than a decade over alleged abuse he suffered which left him paralysed.
Ji claimed that he was left paralysed after several chengguan beat him in 2005.
Witnesses say that Ji shouted "I have a bomb, stay away from me" before detonating his device.
Here's a translated part from Ji's blog.....no wonder he was desperate....sad indeed.:o(
I came from my hometown in Shandong to Guangdong to work, to earn a bit more since money is tight at home, and used all the money I earned to buy a motorbike to transport passengers.
[On 28th June 2005, I was taking a chef called Gong Tao to his home, and driving down a section of road without traffic lights, I heard the siren of a police car and saw the car coming towards me.]
At the time I didn't think I was doing anything wrong, and the road was quite narrow so I did not stop and continued driving. When I passed by the Xin Tang Public Security Office, I saw there were seven or eight chengguan blocking the road, holding steel rods and pipes. Just as I was about to brake, a chengguan threw one of the steel pipes across my face, throwing both myself and my passenger on the floor.
When I came to, it was already noon the next day. I was in pain all over, and when I opened my eyes I saw that I was lying on the hospital bed, the passenger I took was also hurt and in hospital. I searched around my pockets and wasn't missing any money, the only thing that was missing my ID card. When Gong Tao saw that I was conscious, he told me that policemen from Xin Tang Public Security […] refused to let me go and started hitting my legs, feet, waist, striking me furiously with the steel bars. They hit me until I was unconscious, and only took me to hospital when they'd seen the police car that was following me had also arrived onto the scene, and that I was practically dead. After that, they disappeared without a trace.
Because we are farmers, and are poor, no matter who we turn to, nobody wants to help us. And what's more, when the chengguan found us, they turned around and called us tramps and beat us. If it weren't for them taking us to hospital on time, I wouldn't have survived...
We looked to the sky, and the sky looked away; we called to the earth, and the earth did not respond. We have been forsaken but have nobody to turn to, so all I could do was to hold back tears and go back to Shandong. And now I am festering away, paralysed and over 100,000 yuan in debt. Our family have suffered an unimaginable fate. My uncle died when he was young, and soon after so did my mother and grandmother. The only thing that's keeping me going is the thought of seeking justice.
More and more Chinese are left like this by the CCP, and they and their friends and children are beginning to fight back.

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