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Police restore order in western China; 156 killed

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“The Han Chinese say we all belong to the same country. We’re all part of one big family,” said Memet, a restaurant worker who like other Uighurs declined to give his full name because he feared the police. “But the Han always treat us separately.”

Let me tell you, I know the Han, and they're all bastards every single one of them.

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I want to say my gratitues to all servicemen who mrach for their duties to protect Han Chinese people who deserved a better living in Xinjiang.They have been sacrificing to much blood and sweats to build a modernrized Xinjiang which helping those Uighars merging into China. It was that ETIM(East Turkishstan Indepenece movement) a terrorists org. defined by United nations provokoing an ethnic war! It was an intelligence failure that couldnt prevent and causing this tragedy,otherwise those bandits were 'liquidated'long before they can roll!

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No , it was the Spirit of Freedom of the Uighur people . They don't want to merge with China because the Han treat them like garbage , and the plan of the Han is make all the other tribes extinct so that there will only be Han in all of china . The Han should stay in their own territory , they should get out of Xinjiang and Tibet where the they are not wanted or needed in the first place!

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Police restore order in western China; 156 killed

Not a word from the phoney "civil rights activist" leftists since Israel or the US isn't involved.

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