What do the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" say in the "two meetings"? What do the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" say in the "two meetings"?

What do the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" say in the "two meetings"?

What do the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" say in the "two meetings"?  At present, two sessions of China's so-called 14th National People's Congress and National People's Political Consultative Conference have begun to be held in Beijing. The conference is two major conferences related to China's political and social development in the next five years. China's state media has often promoted the two meetings as "people-led, fully democratic meetings." But the processes of the creation of the so-called "National People's Representatives" who are the participants of this meeting are "special processes" that are not included in the propaganda of the Chinese government.  Indeed, even in the Uyghur government under the Chinese colonial rule, these so-called "people's representatives" who do not understand and know the Uyghurs are playing an important role in false propaganda that the "autonomy rights" of the Uyghur people are fully guaranteed. In these two meetings of China, the "Uyghur representatives" also expressed their support for China's first five-year work results under the leadership of Xi Jinping, as well as support for its future plans as a "common opinion of the Uyghurs".  According to Chinese media reports, on March 5th, the so-called "Xinjiang delegation" attending the two China-China summits held a general meeting to "review the government report" and discuss. In the meeting, the head of the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" group, Ma Xingrui, deputy head of the group, Free Tuniyaz, and members Shohrat Zakir, Mamat Fami, and Bub Niaz, among the members of the Chinese government, "Establish two" and "protect two" in the Chinese government's rule of the Uyghur people. Maintenance) played a crucial role. There is no doubt that the above four words are directly related to the Uyghur genocide, which is difficult to understand before deeper exploration and thinking.  So, let's take a look at what the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" affirmed by "establishing two" and "protecting two" mean and how it played a role in the Uyghur genocide.  Since Xi Jinping took office in 2012, the Uyghurs have begun to experience more serious problems. When Xi Jinping came to power, he tried to promote the "One Belt One Road" strategy, which is considered as the "China Marshall Plan", and thereby strengthen his power. Following this, there is a wave of raising Xi Jinping to the third generation in the history of the People's Republic of China after Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. The so-called "building two" and "protecting two" refer to the establishment and protection of Xi Jinping's authoritarian position as the core of the Chinese Communist Party and government.  In particular, at the end of 2013, Xi Jinping's instructions on the new governance of the Uyghur nation opened a tricky way to carry out the Uyghur genocide both openly and to keep it a secret from the world. At that time, Xi Jinping gave instructions to "focus the idea on the Chinese Communist Party's plan to rule the Uyghurs, and prioritize social stability and long-term stability."  As it turns out, in the eyes of the Chinese government, those who destroy the "stability and stability" of the Uighurs are only Uighurs. Therefore, the so-called policy of "ruling Xinjiang" meant to rule the Uyghurs in their natural age. Since 2014, Hotan, Kashgar, Aksu, Qirisu, Yining, Turpan, Khamul and other provinces with the largest and most densely populated Uyghur population have been the main targets of the so-called "settlement and security". Especially in South Uyghur, the Chinese state civil servants moved into Uyghur homes, conducted house-to-house inspections of Uyghurs, and archived, controlled, and managed their private lives, thoughts, and other private information.  These political actions were carried out with only one goal in mind, the complete subjugation of the Uyghurs to the Chinese regime. A clean sweep of any area related to Uyghurs naturally became the main goal.  At this time, killing the Uyghurs, who had been impoverished for years through Bingtuan, in the name of "liberating them from poverty and leading them to common prosperity" became the trickiest way to hide the Uyghur genocide. Because any policy that only leads to "relief from poverty" can easily deceive the Uyghurs and the international community. Indeed, things went according to plan of Xi Jinping or the Chinese government under Xi Jinping. In 2014, 200,000 Chinese civil servants moved into Uyghur homes in the so-called name of "liberating poverty and benefiting society". Although this incident caused international debate about the violation of human rights of Uyghurs, no one imagined that the crime of Uyghur genocide was hidden behind this incident. However, on November 29, 2021, Adrian Zenz, a senior expert on the Uyghur issue in the United States, revealed the "Secret Documents of Xinjiang". The secret documents contain the contents of Xi Jinping's instructions to persecute the Uyghurs in 2013, and the outside world came to believe that Xi Jinping single-handedly led the Uyghur genocide.  The documents also emphasize that since Xi Jinping's so-called "One Belt One Road" strategy is a very important foreign policy plan, the country's internal stability must be absolutely guaranteed. Xi Jinping also mentioned that if the situation in Southern Uyghur is not resolved quickly, China's national plan will be in serious danger. He also pointed out that changing the population structure is the basis for ensuring stability, as the Uyghur population occupies a major proportion in Southern Uyghur. In addition to moving 300,000 Chinese people from Chinese provinces to South Uyghur Province, he proposed to change the profession of farmers in South Uyghur Province and send them to work in factories.  Indeed, as a result of Xi Jinping's secret orders, tragedies such as the year-by-year increase in the Chinese population in Southern Uyghur, where the Uyghur population is densely populated, and the forced displacement of Uyghur from their homes have begun to occur.  That is, the fact that the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" expressed their loyalty to Xi Jinping at the two China-China Conferences currently being held in Beijing is a solid proof that the Uyghur genocide is a state crime carried out with the careful planning of the Chinese government and the good coordination of local governments.    U.S. cyber commander “North Korea, China, Russia, and Iran attempt to intervene in U.S. politics through cyber”  Anchor : US Cyber ​​Commander Paul Nakasone has singled out North Korea as one of the countries seeking to intervene in US politics through cyber operations, along with China , Russia and Iran . Reporter Lee Sang-min reports . Commander Nakasone, who oversees U.S. cyber operations, appeared as a witness at a hearing held by the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee on the 7th .   At the hearing, when asked by Senator Angus King ( Democratic Maine ) whether foreign governments are continuing to intervene in elections using cyberspace, he replied, “ It has not gone away, ” and “ It is a problem that we must continue to deal with in the future. ” I did . He added that such election meddling is more common as the influence piece than hacking or sabotage of infrastructure.  Congressman King then asked if Russia , Iran , North Korea , or China  were trying to intervene in American politics via cyber . Commander Nakasone : You 've hit the top four plus proxies .   In addition, in a written response submitted to the hearing, Commander Nakasone said that North Korea maintains cyber forces through North Korean information engineers living abroad . (Pyongyang also maintains cyber forces supported by North Korean information technology workers dwelling in other countries) In the midst of this , U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth ( Democratic , Illinois ) said in a separate interview with Radio Free Asia (RFA) after the hearing that day,  To the question, ' Which area do you think we should focus on to respond to North Korea's cyber threats? ' , they answered ' Those who cooperate with North Korea's illegal cyber activities ' . He said North Korea is engaged in illegal cyber activity with malign actors other than the state .    Senator Duckworth : North Korea is working a lot with other actors to steal money in cyberspace . We must pay attention to other partners beyond the country ( North Korea ). (They work a lot with Folks within the Cyber ​​realm who are actually just out to steal money or so. We have to look at beyond the nation but also at their partners)  Previously, the White House of the United States announced the 'National Cyber ​​Security Strategy' on the 2nd and   defined North Korea as a major 'cyber enemy' .  The report noted that “dictatorial governments such as China, Russia, Iran and North Korea are aggressively using advanced cyber capabilities to pursue goals that run counter to U.S. interests and international norms . ”   Pointing out North Korea in particular, he emphasized that “North Korea is engaged in ( illegal ) cyber activities to generate revenue by stealing cryptocurrency and conducting ransomware attacks with the aim of fueling its nuclear ambitions . ”  A 'ransomware' attack is a cyber attack that encrypts information on the victim's computer and demands money in exchange for recovering it.


At present, two sessions of China's so-called 14th National People's Congress and National People's Political Consultative Conference have begun to be held in Beijing. The conference is two major conferences related to China's political and social development in the next five years. China's state media has often promoted the two meetings as "people-led, fully democratic meetings." But the processes of the creation of the so-called "National People's Representatives" who are the participants of this meeting are "special processes" that are not included in the propaganda of the Chinese government.

Indeed, even in the Uyghur government under the Chinese colonial rule, these so-called "people's representatives" who do not understand and know the Uyghurs are playing an important role in false propaganda that the "autonomy rights" of the Uyghur people are fully guaranteed. In these two meetings of China, the "Uyghur representatives" also expressed their support for China's first five-year work results under the leadership of Xi Jinping, as well as support for its future plans as a "common opinion of the Uyghurs".

According to Chinese media reports, on March 5th, the so-called "Xinjiang delegation" attending the two China-China summits held a general meeting to "review the government report" and discuss. In the meeting, the head of the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" group, Ma Xingrui, deputy head of the group, Free Tuniyaz, and members Shohrat Zakir, Mamat Fami, and Bub Niaz, among the members of the Chinese government, "Establish two" and "protect two" in the Chinese government's rule of the Uyghur people. Maintenance) played a crucial role. There is no doubt that the above four words are directly related to the Uyghur genocide, which is difficult to understand before deeper exploration and thinking.

So, let's take a look at what the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" affirmed by "establishing two" and "protecting two" mean and how it played a role in the Uyghur genocide.

Since Xi Jinping took office in 2012, the Uyghurs have begun to experience more serious problems. When Xi Jinping came to power, he tried to promote the "One Belt One Road" strategy, which is considered as the "China Marshall Plan", and thereby strengthen his power. Following this, there is a wave of raising Xi Jinping to the third generation in the history of the People's Republic of China after Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. The so-called "building two" and "protecting two" refer to the establishment and protection of Xi Jinping's authoritarian position as the core of the Chinese Communist Party and government.

In particular, at the end of 2013, Xi Jinping's instructions on the new governance of the Uyghur nation opened a tricky way to carry out the Uyghur genocide both openly and to keep it a secret from the world. At that time, Xi Jinping gave instructions to "focus the idea on the Chinese Communist Party's plan to rule the Uyghurs, and prioritize social stability and long-term stability."

As it turns out, in the eyes of the Chinese government, those who destroy the "stability and stability" of the Uighurs are only Uighurs. Therefore, the so-called policy of "ruling Xinjiang" meant to rule the Uyghurs in their natural age. Since 2014, Hotan, Kashgar, Aksu, Qirisu, Yining, Turpan, Khamul and other provinces with the largest and most densely populated Uyghur population have been the main targets of the so-called "settlement and security". Especially in South Uyghur, the Chinese state civil servants moved into Uyghur homes, conducted house-to-house inspections of Uyghurs, and archived, controlled, and managed their private lives, thoughts, and other private information.

These political actions were carried out with only one goal in mind, the complete subjugation of the Uyghurs to the Chinese regime. A clean sweep of any area related to Uyghurs naturally became the main goal.

At this time, killing the Uyghurs, who had been impoverished for years through Bingtuan, in the name of "liberating them from poverty and leading them to common prosperity" became the trickiest way to hide the Uyghur genocide. Because any policy that only leads to "relief from poverty" can easily deceive the Uyghurs and the international community. Indeed, things went according to plan of Xi Jinping or the Chinese government under Xi Jinping. In 2014, 200,000 Chinese civil servants moved into Uyghur homes in the so-called name of "liberating poverty and benefiting society". Although this incident caused international debate about the violation of human rights of Uyghurs, no one imagined that the crime of Uyghur genocide was hidden behind this incident. However, on November 29, 2021, Adrian Zenz, a senior expert on the Uyghur issue in the United States, revealed the "Secret Documents of Xinjiang". The secret documents contain the contents of Xi Jinping's instructions to persecute the Uyghurs in 2013, and the outside world came to believe that Xi Jinping single-handedly led the Uyghur genocide.

The documents also emphasize that since Xi Jinping's so-called "One Belt One Road" strategy is a very important foreign policy plan, the country's internal stability must be absolutely guaranteed. Xi Jinping also mentioned that if the situation in Southern Uyghur is not resolved quickly, China's national plan will be in serious danger. He also pointed out that changing the population structure is the basis for ensuring stability, as the Uyghur population occupies a major proportion in Southern Uyghur. In addition to moving 300,000 Chinese people from Chinese provinces to South Uyghur Province, he proposed to change the profession of farmers in South Uyghur Province and send them to work in factories.

Indeed, as a result of Xi Jinping's secret orders, tragedies such as the year-by-year increase in the Chinese population in Southern Uyghur, where the Uyghur population is densely populated, and the forced displacement of Uyghur from their homes have begun to occur.

That is, the fact that the so-called "Xinjiang representatives" expressed their loyalty to Xi Jinping at the two China-China Conferences currently being held in Beijing is a solid proof that the Uyghur genocide is a state crime carried out with the careful planning of the Chinese government and the good coordination of local governments.



U.S. cyber commander “North Korea, China, Russia, and Iran attempt to intervene in U.S. politics through cyber”

Anchor : US Cyber ​​Commander Paul Nakasone has singled out North Korea as one of the countries seeking to intervene in US politics through cyber operations, along with China , Russia and Iran . Reporter Lee Sang-min reports . Commander Nakasone, who oversees U.S. cyber operations, appeared as a witness at a hearing held by the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee on the 7th .   At the hearing, when asked by Senator Angus King ( Democratic Maine ) whether foreign governments are continuing to intervene in elections using cyberspace, he replied, “ It has not gone away, ” and “ It is a problem that we must continue to deal with in the future. ” I did . He added that such election meddling is more common as the influence piece than hacking or sabotage of infrastructure.

Congressman King then asked if Russia , Iran , North Korea , or China

were trying to intervene in American politics via cyber . Commander Nakasone : You 've hit the top four plus proxies .   In addition, in a written response submitted to the hearing, Commander Nakasone said that North Korea maintains cyber forces through North Korean information engineers living abroad . (Pyongyang also maintains cyber forces supported by North Korean information technology workers dwelling in other countries) In the midst of this , U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth ( Democratic , Illinois ) said in a separate interview with Radio Free Asia (RFA) after the hearing that day,

To the question, ' Which area do you think we should focus on to respond to North Korea's cyber threats? ' , they answered ' Those who cooperate with North Korea's illegal cyber activities ' . He said North Korea is engaged in illegal cyber activity with malign actors other than the state .  

Senator Duckworth : North Korea is working a lot with other actors to steal money in cyberspace . We must pay attention to other partners beyond the country ( North Korea ). (They work a lot with Folks within the Cyber ​​realm who are actually just out to steal money or so. We have to look at beyond the nation but also at their partners)

Previously, the White House of the United States announced the 'National Cyber ​​Security Strategy' on the 2nd and   defined North Korea as a major 'cyber enemy' .

The report noted that “dictatorial governments such as China, Russia, Iran and North Korea are aggressively using advanced cyber capabilities to pursue goals that run counter to U.S. interests and international norms . ”


Pointing out North Korea in particular, he emphasized that “North Korea is engaged in ( illegal ) cyber activities to generate revenue by stealing cryptocurrency and conducting ransomware attacks with the aim of fueling its nuclear ambitions . ”

A 'ransomware' attack is a cyber attack that encrypts information on the victim's computer and demands money in exchange for recovering it.
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