Who is the "knife" of the "pointing the needle" policy in China's Uyghur region? Who is the "knife" of the "pointing the needle" policy in China's Uyghur region?

Who is the "knife" of the "pointing the needle" policy in China's Uyghur region?

Who is the "knife" of the "pointing the needle" policy in China's Uyghur region?

As it is known, on September 25th, the 9th General Meeting of the 10th Committee of the Autonomous Region Party Committee was held in Urumqi. It is reported that in this meeting, the so-called "beautiful Xinjiang" was proposed as "Xi Jinping's directives with powerful motivation" and the theme was to study the spirit of Chinese President Xi Jinping's "Xinjiang speech".

Chinese media "Tangritag Network" and "Xinjiang Newspaper" reported on September 28 that the meeting emphasized the slogan "Let's strengthen the awareness of urgency and the courage to focus on the problem."

Mr. Ohnos Chogtu, a professor at the Department of Anthropology and Social Sciences at Shizuoka University in Japan, Mongolian researcher, and expert on Mongolian history, shared with us his views on who is the target of the "knife" policy in the Uyghur region of China. In an interview with our radio station, he said that the problem that China wants to solve in its policy of "targeting the needle" is the Uighur problem, that is, the "internal problems" of Chinese policy. He explained that:

"You can see that this is a very open and bare-faced slogan. The smell of the ammunition in this 'magic blade' seems to be very strong. In my opinion, the ``increasing the awareness of serious problems and the courage to focus'' here certainly includes the Uyghur problem in East Turkistan and the Kazakh or Mongolian problems to be solved in the same line. China has always regarded the ethnic issues of the local Uighurs, Mongols and Tibetans as an ``internal problem''. But it is clear that none of the Uighurs, Mongols, and Tibetans are ethnic Chinese. Because they all have independent countries, and they are not ethnicities that have historically been dependent on China. Therefore, I consider these national issues not China's 'internal issues', but rather 'international issues'. However, the Chinese government has always insisted that national issues are China's internal affairs, and has been rudely refusing the international community's involvement in these issues. At the same time, while they are trying to attack us and destroy us by closing the door, on the other hand, they are leaving the international community unaware of the internal affairs. As a result, the international community has formed a situation where even China's internal affairs are unknown. »

Mr. Ohnos Chogtu also said that throughout history, the Chinese government has never trusted those who served it with obedience and loyalty, and that is why China will continue this kind of massacre policy.

"Of course, China believes that in order to carry out its policies, it is necessary to deal with some 'bicentenarians' that it does not fully trust, or has never trusted. Because even though he sees these people working for him wholeheartedly, he knows very well that their origins are still not Chinese. So I think that China has adopted this slogan of ``pointing the needle''. However, this policy is clearly genocidal. As we all know, in the 1960s, the Uyghur, Mongolian, and Tibetan high-ranking officials, including Ulanfu, Saipidin Azizi, Burhan Shahidi, Gapo Gawang Jigmi (Afei Awang Jinmei) and others, gave puppets to this group, but China never trusted them. As for the current situation, China does not need officials from local ethnic groups in local areas like it was then. In short, China no longer wants any of this. In other words, China does not need these flowers that are shouting slogans like ``We are fifty-six nationalities and fifty-six flowers, fifty-six brotherly nations''. These flowers are dead, these flowers are withered. Because China no longer wants it, it is trying to uproot the 'flowers'. »

According to the report, in this meeting, Xi Jinping, the general secretary of the Communist Party of China, quoted the words, "You must have a strong arm to strike iron", saying that everyone should not think that the work of "rectifying Xinjiang" is enough, "Look at the problem urgently, aim the blade inward, and solve the problem from within." , cutting down the ``tumour'' from the inside, not stopping until the problem is solved, raising political awareness, and increasing the power of policy enforcement.

Ms. Sheng Shu, vice president of the "Democratic China Front" in Canada, adviser to the "Manchuria Restoration Movement" and political activist, who was interviewed by our radio, shared her views on the policy of "targeting the needle" in China's Uyghur region. He believes that if the blade is directly pointed at China itself, that is, it can be said to be pointing the blade'' only if it is aimed at the highest-level core power of the Chinese Communist Party.

"I think the point of the blade that China is talking about is still aimed at the local grassroots officials. Because in the eyes of the Chinese government, obeying them does not mean earning their trust. Therefore, China has always been worried about those who work for it, so it uses these kinds of knives to scare them. As we know, China uses its hard and soft tactics to slowly convince, buy off and/or destroy those who work for it, and even outright destroy some. Now China's goal is very simple: to surrender and bring the local people under complete control. So use these types of games and media. But the truth is that China will never achieve its goals. »

When Xi Jinping visited the Uyghur region in 2014, he gave the order to "show no mercy", and every time he held the "Xinjiang Work Conference" or visited the region, he made his hard-hand policy more sinister. Mr. He Anquan, a Chinese writer living in the United States, stressed at the conference that the slogan "Let's strengthen the awareness of urgency and the courage to focus on the issues" is only aimed at the local people, to insist on the leadership of the Communist Party and listen firmly to Xi Jinping's words, as well as the "Communist Party and He explained that it is a call to remember these two words of Xi Jinping. He also asserted that China's policy of "targeting the needle" is closely related to the strategic position and situation of the Uyghur region.

"The Chinese government knows very well how important East Turkistan is to the Communist Party's rule in China. Because if the Chinese Communist Party's colonial rule in East Turkistan is threatened, the whole of China will collapse. People of all ethnicities everywhere and in every region will rise up against China. The 'supreme authority' of the Chinese Communist Party, as well as opposition to the rule of the Chinese regime, will lead to its overthrow. Therefore, in this meeting, it was emphasized that the so-called Xinjiang work has a special and important place in the general work of the party and the country. Also, the local grassroots are asked to understand that the key to controlling the political situation lies within East Turkistan. Thus, the meaning of these political terms such as 'pointing the tip of the blade in' is to maintain the Chinese Communist Party's colonial position in East Turkistan. »

Since 2017, China's Uyghur region has been in a high-pressure political atmosphere due to a series of repressive policies in the Uyghur region. Experts agree that the 9th Plenary Session of the 10th Committee of the Uyghur Autonomous Region Party Committee will be the occasion for Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Urumqi at the end of August this year and ask the Uyghur Autonomous Region Party Committee and the army to strictly implement his "Xinjiang Governance Strategy" Soon it opened. Therefore, it is said that the introduction of the policy of "Strengthening the awareness of urgency and the courage to focus on the issues" at this meeting is a sign that China will further strengthen the colonial policy in the Uyghur region.

More than 25,000 locals are fleeing in Pular and Kantbalu, and three are missing

Sagaing Division Locals said that more than 25,000 local residents have fled because the military council army has entered the villages in Pular and Kantbalu townships in large numbers these days. Officials of the Public Administration and Defense Forces said.

On this day, October 14th, Ching Pria, including Kw Si Village in Pulay Township, Pipak Hill, Hmong Village Naung (South, North Village), Ma Mo Tuen (East, West, North Village); beautiful happy school Residents said that more than 15,000 people from villages such as Ooin have fled.

A column of nearly 300 people has been entering Paulay Township since October 5th.

On the afternoon of October 13th, a convoy entered Ching Pri village and Kwsi village and arrested three local residents who did not flee from Kwsi village, Pulay Township People's Administration Committee leader Ko Zaw Chhet told RFA today.

"We know that there were three people in the village of Kharsi. They did not escape. The people of the village said that they all had to leave. The three of them did not escape. I can't say. I couldn't tell. They got lost. The status of the three is whether they have been killed or not. The situation is unknown. They (the military council) have not left Kharsi village at all. It was lucky that they didn't enter the village. They didn't escape. They thought they didn't do enough. They didn't escape. Two of them. I killed one. I also killed one. I was beaten and released."

On October 12, two local residents of Kankyi village were arrested, and one of them, who was over 40 years old, was killed and released after being beaten.

Since the column has not yet left Kuksi village, the ages of those arrested are unknown. The name is still unknown.

Dr. Nang Win, a member of the People's Defense Forces of Pulay Township, told RFA that the military council troops that are currently patrolling into Pulair Township are different from the troops that were patrolling before.

"This kind of column is rare. Now, it seems that they are forming a column around the entire plain. The previous column only sent food to Inmathio and Zephyukone. After sending the food and completing their duties, they retreated. As far as I heard this morning, I heard that the current column had about two encounters. When they came out to the south of this side, it was as if they were going back to draw mines."

At present, due to the security situation, the details cannot be confirmed, but it is said that there are about thirty local people who are trapped in Ching Pri village.

U Aung Kyaw Min, a resident of a village in Pulay township who did not want to be named for security reasons, told RFA that the locals are disgusted when the military council is deployed.

"The Tatmadaw, which is supposed to protect the people in the first place, tortures them in places where they don't protect them. They destroy them. They kill everything. The people are disgusted when they come to the military council. We can no longer accept these people at this level of disgust."

"The people are disgusted when the council of war comes."

On the morning of October 13th, Kantbalu Township, The one-hundred-strong column stationed in Zee Gone District and the village of Mawpa Tain Village, and the two hundred-strong column of Kantbalu's 6006th Army, were at Inlengyi, Radiant crack, Shama new village According to Kanbalu residents, more than 10,000 local residents have fled due to the invasion of nearly seven villages, including Nyanin.

A local woman from Indengyi, who did not want to be named for security reasons, told RFA that the military council troops were firing heavy weapons at the forest huts where the residents were fleeing.

"The column is entering the lake. Yesterday, the column passed through the village hut (the place where refugees live) and then entered Kyipin Ae village. Now we will pass through the village forest and cross towards Yanin. People in the forest are also being chased with guns. They are hitting with heavy weapons. The whole village is running. Those huts are also not quiet. I have to run because of the fear of the column."

The Kanbalu-based local defense forces said that on the morning of October 14, there was a battle between the local defense forces and the military council forces between the villages of Kyipin Ae and Inleigyi, and the details of the damage are not yet known.

RFA reached out to U Sai Naing Naing Kyaw, Minister of Ethnic Affairs with Sagaing Spokesperson of the Military Council, to find out more about the situation of residents fleeing Pulay Township and Kantbalu Township, but he did not receive an answer.

According to the October 2 release of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), more than 800,000 (813,500) people have fled their homes in Sagaing due to the post-coup conflict.

2023 of the Association for the Assistance of Political Prisoners (AAPP). According to a statement on October 13, a total of 4,146 pro-democracy activists and civilians were killed after the military coup.

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