Communist China Announces Achievements From
Anti-Terror Campaigns in Xinjiang
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) launched new measures
after the recent bombing took place in Urmuqi, Xinjiang.
In the last few days, the CCP announced a series
of “anti-terrorist achievements":
Police destroyed 23 criminal gangs,
arresting over 200 suspicious people;
police confiscated 200 sets of explosive devices
and 1.8 tons of dynamite;
Each city established anti-terrorism working teams.
Some say this is CCP common practice of “fooling the
civilians, and calling disturbing the citizens an achievement."
On May 27, Xinjiang Daily reported that police in Hetian
district arrested 5 criminals the previous day in Luopu County,
Pishan County and Hetian City.
The police destroyed two buildings that produced the
explosives, and seized 1.8 tons of dynamite.
The report said that after Urmuqi’s open market morning
bombing attacks, head of the criminal group and members
made explosive devices that night, hiding them in Hetian
and other places, looking for chances to set another attack.
On May 22, a morning market in Shayibake District, Urmuqi
suffered a bomb attack.
A human rights information center reveals that
at least 300 people were injured, and some died.
Xinjiang regime then launched an anti-terror action.
The CCP media reported that on the early morning of May 25,
Xinjiang police arrested terrorism suspects, the majority of
whom are young people who were born after 1980 and 1990.
The media also said that since May, police destroyed 23 gangs
involved in terrorist attacks and extreme religions.
More than 200 people were arrested, and many
explosive devices were seized.
World Uyghur Congress spokesman Dilshat Rexit says that
the CCP arrested these people with no criminal evidence,
just the CCP’s one sideed allegations.
The CCP didn’t indicate whether the 1.8 tons of dynamite
were for industry use or terrorist attacks.
Dilshat Rexit: “The CCP alleged Urghurs have been involved
in terrorist attacks but couldn’t give convincing and transparent
So I think it is the CCP’s special political mission to launch
the anti-terror action on the local Urghurs."
Hong Kong’s Apple Daily said that recently the CCP is
making high-profile announcements of its anti-terror results.
It seems to say that the terrorists’ arrogance has been crushed,
citizens are safe and their property is secured.”
This propaganda is the CCP’s common practice of “seeking
rewards, fooling the citizens, and treating disturbance
of people as political achievements."
The article questioned why 200 arrested terrorist suspects
were mostly young people that were born after 1980 and 1990.
And in a meeting of the Public Security Ministry,
except people from Yunnan, Xinjian and Guangdong
had talked about their measures of anti-terrorist,
why were Henan and Zhejiang Provinces included?
On May 25, the Public Security Ministry held a video
conference about anti-terrorism.
It suggests using Xinjiang as the main battle field, launching a
year long action to fight terrorist activities.
Actually, since January, some provinces such as Jiangxi,
Shanxi and Guangdong have set up anti-terrorist work groups.
Since March, 31 provinces and cities in China implemented
anti-terrorist explosion exercises.
However, the more the CCP acts on anti-terrorists, the worse
it is becoming.
From the stabbing case at Kunming Railway Station to the
murder cases in Guangzhou, from Urmuqi Railway Station
bomb attack, to Hunan, Beijing, Liaoning etc. Stabbings.
Over the recent months, massacre attacks constantly
took place in different cities.
On May 23, Shache County, Keshi District in Xinjiang
had bomb attacks take place again.
Police found five bombs on timers, the number of injuries
caused by one of the bombs is unclear.
Urmuqi resident Mr. Zhong says that after the attacks on May
22, the cement pillars and blocks were put on many roads in
the cities, to prevent vehicles rushing in.
Meanwhile it reinforced the ability of “anti-terrorist actions".
Mr. Zhong: “All the supermarkets, shops have had notices
about ‘checking your bags’.
Bigger shops especially sent staff there to do inspection.
Many staff wore arm badges.
They didn’t allow people gather together.
If anywhere is crowded, the CCP will consider it a
security threat, then they shut it down.
The morning and evening open air markets were all closed."
On May 27 Hetian District in Xinjiang issued a notice saying
they were cutting off overseas “three forces'" e.g. collusion,
propaganda and creating rumors.
From May 28 onwards there will be 17 instant messaging
services, including WeChat and QQ, under CCP control.
Interview & Edit/Liyun Post-Production/Gelei