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"The Government-in-Exile of East Turkistan ...The Head Quarters of the Government-in-Exile is Washington, D.C..."

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in response to reader comment: The Uighur and their little jihad and the sordid woman Rebiya Kadeer

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 5, 2012 at 16:36

Hi, dhimmi no more ! You wrote :

> I really agree with you. Supporting the Uighur in any form or shape is a big mistake and for the readers these are Chinese Muslims and yes jihad is not very far behind.<

For the last two or three centuries the Chinese have experienced Uyghur jihad in all its forms almost on an annual basis. But the biggest outbreak of jihad took place in the 1860-ies when the Uyghur jihadists used to massacre all kafirs they could get hold of and level Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian temples and shrines to the ground, displaying cruelty that truly seeks its match in so cruel history of our world as e.g. flattening infidel babies lying in rows with big granit rolls pulled by oxen.

And calls for jihad against China never stop being aired and advertised by our warriors of Allah always in search for their 72 huris .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFUSHMMoIa4&feature=related

> And what is most amazing is this sordid woman Rebiya Kadeer who lives the good life in Washington at this time and she is provided with grants to run her little operation of the Uighur American Association and the World Uighur Congress and in the meantime she is living the good life here in the US and these two organizations are accused by the Chinese of "helping and abetting terrorism and jihadism" and i do happen to believe the Chinese<

Well , Rebiya Kadeer is rightly called a "destabilization asset" and such assets are of special value if you have chosen a policy of controllable chaos as your new grand strategy as the US has done. The same consideration for 'destabilization assets' has visibly dictated the US such a soft stance on Uyghur Gitmo terrorists. At first it was suggested they would simply settle down in the US but after protests other safe havens for them were found in the Bermuda island, Albania and Palau. The same consideration spoke for the formation of the so called Eastern Turkistan Government- in-Exile. To see what government it is in reality let's look at article 8 of its constitution : "The Government-In-Exile of East Turkistan Republic, which was established on September 14, 2004 in Washington, the capital of the United States of America has been accepted as the sole organ that has the authority over the people of East Turkistan in terms of representing East Turkistan Republic until East Turkistan will be liberated from the rule by imperialist Communist China. The Head Quarter of the Government-in-exile is Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States of America."

Article 6 states "The official language is Uyghur ...The religion is Islam" . But you must "have seven generations of ancestors who lived in East Turkistan" to be " regarded as a citizen of East Turkistan." (Article 16)

Who knows when the National Endowment for Democracy and/or its guiding organ the CIA will find it necessary to activate all these Uyghur "freedom fighters", East Turkistan Islamic Movement, East Turkistan Independence Movement, teh World Uyghur Congress, "the Government-in-exile" etc. to demolish China as its has demolished Yugoslavia or Libya with similar "movements" and organizations ?

>This is not unlike supporting Ben Laden and his gang in the 1980's and for those of you that want to know more about this strange character Rebiya here is an article in today's NYT about this darling of our political elite http://topics.nytimes.com/topics/reference/timestopics/people/k/rebiya_kadeer/index.html

And the ultimate hypocrisy is to compare this wannabe Arab with the Dalai Lama<

Absolutely . But as pro-jihadist veterans from the 80-ies like my countryman Zbig Brzezinski or Robert Gates have come back to Washington, one may suspect that their old advices are recalled and followed again with consequences we know.

> Howvere in an article in the Asia Times

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/KG18Ad01.html by Donlad Kirk wrote that we neither have the money nor the will to get those Uighur and this woman to fulfill their dream of jihad. In other words I could see another disaster not unlike Afghanistan if the US would help the Uighur on a big scale because if this happens then jihadists will flock to thier little paradise of Uighuristan! but thank God we do not have the money to bankroll another little jihad<

Yes, we don't have the money but the Saudis and the Qataris do and they will gladly lend it for the cause of Allah for which alas the US has done more than all Moslem terrorists combined.

>The question is when would we learn that our enemy is not China but Islam and jihadists?<

I think that we have learned it but they haven't but as always "know better" and while they have a say we don't.

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