Monday, July 28, 2008
There is no Terrorist in China
There could be many interpretations for the exact meaning of the Chinese government's response to the bus bombings in Shanghai and Kunming, but the real logic was that the CCP government dare not face the truth that the top military country in the world is behind those bombings.
The East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) claimed responsibility of the coordinated bus bombings in Shanghai and Kunming on the eve of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Their announcement can be found all over the Internet. In YouTube videos made by the separatist organization, it even threatened large scale bombing targeting the Olympics Games to be held in Beijing in a few days. They were also responsible for a ring of bombings of civilian targets in the past two decades. However, the CCP never acknowledge there was a problem of such.
Some of East Turkestan Islamic Movement militias were captures in Afghanistan by the US army while they were fighting along the Al-Qaeda. Despite protest of the Chinese government, the US released them so that they could continue terrorism attacks on China. The ETIM established a government on exile in Washington D.C.
If the Chinese government recognize the bombing of the ETIM, then there's the moral responsibility to protest its citizen against the terrorism attacks sponsored by the US government. For one thing, it will make corrupted officials risk their income and an retirement in the US. That's why the Chinese government when answering reporters question on the ETIM's claim of responsibility of the recent bus bombings claimed that there was no terrorism activities in China.