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The CIA Uses Turkey to Pressure China

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WASHINGTON - February 25, 2019

To combat the economic crisis, Turkey is getting closer to China economically, however, it publicly condemned the Uyghurs repression based on false information. Beijing almost didn't react to this. Everything happens as if after the ISIS elimination in Syria and Iraq, Ankara resumes with the CIA covert operations, but this time in the Chinese province of Xinjiang.

The Turkish press has been repeatedly discussing the fate of the Uyghurs in China for the past few weeks. Uyghurs are Turkish-speaking Sunni Muslim living in China. Opposition political parties, including the Kemalists also known as Atatürkism, condemn, trying to outdo each other, the alleged repression of the Uyghurs and their religion by the Han people.

This noise was raised after:

- a Jamestown Foundation report over detention centers;

- the Radio Free Asia campaign, which broadcast numerous interviews with former prisoners of Chinese camps and allegations that China banned the Koran;

- the campaign launched on November 13, 2018 by the United States and their allies of the Human Rights Council in Geneva against reprisals allegedly carried out in China against Islam;

- the hearings held on November 28, 2018 in Washington by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and member of the House of Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ) in the joint committee of Congress and also Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) on "the repression of religions by the Chinese Communist Party."

The report shows that from one to four million Uyghurs have been subjected to electric shock torture in prison camps.

These charges were picked up by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

The same series should include the statement of the Press Secretary of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hami Aksoy published on February 9, 2019, officially condemning the Chinese ethnic, religious and cultural identity of the Turkish Uyghurs and accusing the authorities of the death of the poet Abdurahim Heyit, who allegedly served in prison for eight years for "one of his songs."

For Ankara and Beijing, what happened came like a bolt from out of the blue: After President Donald Trump stopped supporting the Turkish economy, the country turned to China and now cannot live without it.

The next day, China showed a 26-second video with a performance of the "dead" poet. The latter said, "My name is Abdurehim Heyit. Today is the 10th of February 2019. I am the subject of investigations into the suspicion of violation of national laws. I am now in good health and have never been abused."

The next day, the Press Secretary of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hua Chunyang made a harsh criticism of the "errors" and "irresponsibility" of Turkey.

However, if at least 10,000 Uyghurs have indeed been convicted and are serving sentences for terrorist acts, between one and three million prisoners haven't been confirmed.

Earlier, on June 1, 2017 and December 13, 2018, the Chinese government published two documents: one on "Human Rights in Xinjiang" and the other on "The Protection of Culture and Development in Xinjiang."

However, Chinese Communists don't really understand how to deal with political Islam. This issue is approached from the standpoint of the cultural revolution when not only Islam but all other religions were banned. Since the introduction of religious freedom, Civil War organizations have emerged and terrorist acts have increased. On February 1, 2018, the CPC began a new religious policy aimed at assimilating Islam, and some religious practices were abolished. So, party members should set an example and give up halal food. Nonetheless, there are 24,400 mosques in Xinjiang province, home to 14 million Muslims.

Over the past twenty-five years, various Uyghurs organizations have been demanding the creation of an independent state, formerly secular, and now Islamic, in a political sense, not religious, like the Muslim Brotherhood, – East Turkestan (according to the medieval name of Xinjiang). They immediately began to support the CIA, in spite of Beijing.

In 1997, the Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP) was created, which extends to Afghanistan, where it is supported by the Taliban and some groups of Al-Qaeda. It is a political Islam and is funded by the CIA.

In September 2004, the East Turkistan Government in Exile (ETGIE) headed by Anwar Yusuf Turani was created in Washington. It restored the Alliance of the Kuomintang with the Dalai Lama and Taiwan to continue the Civil War in China (1927-1950).

In November of the same year, the World Uighur Congress was created in Munich, and Rebiya Kadeer became President. Its main task is to promote ethnic separatism.

The latter two organizations are funded by the national endowment for democracy, the Five Eyes agency.

First in February 1997, and then in July 2009, large rebellions erupted in Xinjiang. The protesters advocated the independence of the Uyghurs, Kuomintang Communism, and political Islam.

Beijing defused the situation by promising the Uyghurs a number of privileges, canceling for them, in particular, the one-child policy (today abandoned).

The American campaign against Uyghur repression, at first glance, contradicts the work of Eric Prince, the founder of the Blackwater PMC, on the power of Xinjiang. However, Prince is not just a businessman specializing in the creation of private armies, he is also the brother of the U.S. Secretary of Education. It's possible that agents of his special services work for Bingtown-Han armed groups in the territory of Xinjiang.

It became known that in the 1990s the current President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, when he headed the Milli Gorus and was Mayor of Istanbul, provided rear bases to various Islamist terrorist organizations, whether Chechen, Tatar or Uyghurs.

The question must therefore be asked – is the Turkish declaration against the Han repression of the Uyghurs a simple interior stance in order to avoid being over-run by the opposition parties, or is it a new state policy which conforms to the former responsibilities of President Erdogan in the CIA terrorist strategy?

The East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) was very active during the war against Syria, with the support of the National Intelligence Organization (NİT). For several months, 18,000 Uyghurs, including at least 5,000 armed jihadists, have been living in isolation in al-Zambari, a Syrian town located in Idlib province, on the border with Turkey. They maintained their position with the help of the German and French Special Forces.

It seems that while President Trump is waging a trade war with Beijing, everything seems to be developing as if reconciliation has occurred between the CIA and Turkey, aimed at planning further secret operations against China.

Author: USA Really