Tuesday, July 07, 2009

People Die, Who Cares?

All people die, who cares?

159 people died on July 5, 2009 in Urumqi, the capital city of Xinjiang, a western province of China. All of them a innocent civilian Chinese. Many are women. Some are kids, two years old toddlers. They were killed with stones and knifes. Pictures shown many were cut at throat, including 2 years old little girl.

People live in Urumqi say the real death toll is much higher. Most people were killed in back streets. It's an organized ethnic cleansing carried by Muslim Uyghur against Han people.

The headline news on Chinese media are TV show supergirl and the funeral of Michael Jackson.

The Top Party leader, 'core' Mr. Hu Jintao was visiting Italy. He is still in Rome as of today. The top executive officer, Premier Mr. Wen Jiabao was having meal with miners down underground. It's very important to advocate industrial safety. Among the nine members of the standing committee of politburo of CCP, none of them have said a single word on the massacre. No one, not a word.

Instead of protecting innocent people and restoring order, the Party invited foreign reporters to find out the 'truth'. The Party felt they had been wronged by the western media because they were not evil forces to crack down riot by brutality. We understand The World Uyghur Congress (WUC), a terrorist group based in and backed by the United States is behind the riot. We understand China does not want to challenge US at all cost. We still blame the communist government because to protect its people is the first and foremost duty of any government. The moment the government, or the top officials of the government do not have the ball to stand up against the brutal massacre against its people on its own territory, the government lost its legitimacy to exist.

They are, they are the evil force. They are responsible for the death of hundreds of innocent people because they did not prevent and did not protect. The families and friends of the victims care. We care. Yes, we do.

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