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World Nations are afraid of China and it's Communist party

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World Nations are afraid of China and it's Communist party
October 04, 2020 11:20AM
World Nations are afraid of China and it's Communist party



Two Case Studies - Xinjiang and Tibet


1.Xinjiang

2. Tibet


The native population of Xinjiang is Uyghur Muslims while Tibetans are followers of Buddhism. They have always been fiercely patriotic, throughout the history, struggling to make their homeland free from the Chinese and Mongol dynasties earlier and the People’s Republic of China now.


Uyghur Muslims’ government-in-exile is US based, the East Turkistan Government in Exile. They call Xinjiang East Turkistan based on their Turkic origin. Uyghur Muslims had brief periods of independence twice during the China’s civil war with an independent Islamic Republic of East Turkistan. Uyghur activists celebrate independency day on November 12.



Tibetan government-in-exile is located in India. It is headed by a democratically elected President in Exile. Earlier, the Dalai Lama, a globally respected figure, Nobel Laureate and the most important Tibetan monk, was used to be the supreme spiritual and political authority of Tibet but he decided to hand over the political structure to a democratically elected system in 2011.



Tibetans celebrate their Independence Day on February 13 and Tibet Uprising Day on March 10. Tibet was declared an independent nation on February 13, 1913.


On March 10, 1959, Tibetans revolted against Chinese suppression. Tibetans suspected China planned to kidnap the Dalai Lama and start a new scale of violence and suppression. 300,000 Tibetans surrounded the Dalai Lama’s palace and he was evacuated to India. Violence broke out in Tibetan capital Lhasa and in other parts of Greater Tibet against the Chinese rule. In response, China destroyed the Dalai Lama’s palace and thousands of Tibetan monasteries and killed tens of thousands of people to crush the uprising according to different human rights reports.



How China occupied these two independent territories with different culture and religions?



1. XINJIANG


Historically, the region was inhabited by tribal alliances and small kingdom of Turkic origin people and was ruled by several dynasties. Around 60 BCE, it came under control of the Han Dynasty of China. Local Uyghur leaders against retook the area in 3rd Century. Tang Dynasty of China tried to increase its influence the region but Arabs got the better head start. Islam arrived in the region in 8thcentury and soon became the main religion.



Tribes in the region always opposed a foreign rule, be it Mongol king Genghis Khan’s victory in 13th century or China’s Qing Dynasty assertion later on that created the Xinjiang Province in 1884.


With China’s prolonged civil war in the first half of the 20th century, Uyghur Muslims declared impendence twice. First was during 1933-34 when they declared the Islamic Republic of East Turkistan. The Uyghur Republic fell soon after Soviet help to the Chinese government. Second independent Uyghur state existed from 1944 to 1949.


2. TIBET


China claims to rule Tibet historically but Tibet has had an independent history since 7th century. China and Tibet, in fact, signed a peace treaty in 822 A.D. But 13th century onwards, the peace-loving Buddhists in Tibet were ruled by foreigners, first by Mongols, then by Chinese.


Mongols conquered Tibet in 1244. Next centuries saw prolonged wars between Chinese and Mongol dynasties. In 1720, Chinese emperor Kangxi defeated Mongols finally after over two centuries of war. British East India set its foot in Tibet in 1774. The next centuries saw Britain and China trying to control the Tibetan territory.


In 1913, Tibet declared independence and remain independent till 1949. China, with its internal problems like military revolt, end of royal rule and Japanese invasion was not in a position to assert its control. But the communist rule in China saw otherwise. In 1949, Mao Zedong threatened Tibet , calling it a Chinese territory and invaded it in 1950. In 1951, China established civil and military headquarter at Tibetan capital Lhasa.



HISTORICAL SOVERIGNITY CLAIMS?


Different dynasties ruling China, from time to time, tried to colonize independent Xinjiang and Tibet territories in their expansionist mode. In fact ancient, medieval and recent history is replete is such examples from across the world, like India being colonized by Britain and China by Japan in recent past.



But after two world wars in 20th century, the world history saw an overturn, with an end of the colonial superpowers and a beginning of the independent free nations from the grip of colonial suppression, like India got its independent from the British rule and China seized it from the Japanese expansionism in the Chinese territory.


But while that may be the global norm as of now, some of the countries are still living in that colonial past and China is its prime example. The Chinese Communist Party that rules China since 1949 occupied Xinjiang and Tibet seven decades ago and is still having expansionist designs to occupy independent nations like Nepal and Bhutan and Indian territories Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim, something that People’s Republic of China founder Mao Zedong referred to as the five fingers of Tibet.



When Iraq invaded and occupied Kuwait in August 1990, we saw a huge military operation sanctioned by the United Nations and led by the US, the ‘Operation Desert Storm’, too free Kuwait. Kuwait was liberated in February 1991. But the major powers of the world and the United Nations so far have avoided taking any stand when it comes to the Chinese occupation and atrocities in Xinjiang and Tibet.

What does CHINA'S actions in the last 100 years lead us to believe?


It is every simple. Nations have their own priorities. It could be a winning elections or winning a trade deal. China is well aware of these priorities for nations. And China is ready to wait 200 or 300 years to execute Communist party goals which was set up by Mao.


As we can witness today Xi Jin Pig is executing Maos visions and Xin Jin Pig's successor will do the same and his successor will do the same.


Just like eternal God almighty, communist party is the only power in China. That power is eternal and does not end with Mao or Xi Jin pig.


MANDARINS FORMULATE THE CHINESE POLICIES TO BE EXECUTED WITHOUT A TIME LIMIT. XI JIN PIG WILL MOVE ON BUT MANDARINS WILL BE THERE TO EXECUTE THE POLICIES. ANY NEW COMMUNIST LEADER WHO CAN NOT EXECUTE THE MANDARIN POLICIES WILL BE REPLACED .

ACCORDING TO MANDARINS ALL HAN PEOPLE WHEREVER THEY ARE OR WHATEVER THEY DO MUST FOLLOW THIS CONFUCIOUS PRINICIPLE WHICH WILL REWARD THEM WITH ETERNAL LIFE. YOUR ANCESTRAL LAND IS YOUR HEAVEN,AND YOUR FINAL RESTING PLACE, SO YOU PROTECT THAT


So one may ask what about a Han Chinese who lived in Europe hir or her entire life? Are they still obliged to execute Chinese interests around the world?


Answer is YES and that is how the Chinese culture survived this far as a distinct culture



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/04/2020 11:25AM by administrator.

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