Why China Is Still Backing Azhar Masood ….The Truth

Why China Is Still Backing Azhar Masood ….The Truth


Why China Is Still Backing Azhar Masood ….The Truth

The Government of China has once again shown its true colours by backing the international terrorist Azhar Masood.

Earlier China was quite paranoid and afraid of spread of terrorism in its muslim dominated Xinxiang Province and therefore was afraid of criticizing their leadership based in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

However the reason for backing them even now was not clear,except probably for unnecessary needling of India and to keep Pakistan happy. Though now the truth is out in the form of release of the annual human rights report of the USA.

The US released its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2018 on Wednesday. The report gives a very broad but accurate report on China’s human rights practices and elaborates the China’s harsh governance in the XinjiangUyghur Autonomous Region. On the release of the report, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China was “in a league of its own when it comes to human rights violations.”

Referring to Xinjiang, Michael Kozak, head of the State Department’s human rights and democracy bureau added that “you haven’t seen things like this since the 1930s.”

The US human rights report brings out the fact that China’s human rights have been worsening year after year not only in the occupied Tibet but also in Xinjiang Province and even in many interior parts of China.

Now the Chinese Government is afraid that if they give support to International Community and India against that despicable terrorist Masood, then all those terrorists groups will then turn their attention to and start concentrating in Xinjiang.

Next the Uyghur revolution will pick up momentum and weaken the Chinese Central control in that muslim dominated province. Once things start unravelling then it will surely spread to the interior China, where too, people feel quite suffocated. And of course the Tibetan Freedom fighters waiting for an opportune moment will strike to throw away the Chinese yoke, which they have been carrying since 1959.

The Chinese government knows that much of the economic development in the country has been attained through oppression of human dignity and repression of human rights. The widening gap between rich and poor, racial hatred against muslims and crack down on human rights will come to the fore once the economy slows down. Beijing seems to be quite worried about spread of terrorism in Xinjiang and the interior but has always refused to act on issues which will prevent Pakistan sponsored terrorism in India and in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.

Many Chinese, especially those now living in other countries openly talk about human rights abuse and defects taking place inside China. China has yet to figure out how to strike a balance between securing social order and ensuring citizens’ rights in certain social governance areas. Methods of achieving peace and stability across the entire region of Xinjiang has actually made it into a sort of torture chamber.