By Dr. Jim Garrow
On August 11, huge explosions in a warehouse district sent up massive fireballs that turned the night sky into day, killing over 100 people and injuring hundreds in the Chinese port city of Tianjin. While speculation as to the cause has not been discussed by the Chinese government, overall information has been reasonably accessible to the international press.
In January of 2014, Muslim Uyghur terrorists carried out triple explosions in China, and twelve jihadists were killed in an ensuing battle with police. Two months later, about two dozen Uyghur separatists slashed scores of people with knives at a train station in southern China, killing 29 and leaving 143 people wounded.
These were just two incidents in the ongoing battle between the China-based jihadis and the authoritarian Chinese government, although these attacks are almost never referenced as being jihad-related by the Western press.
It’s been a long time coming after decades of repeated slaughter at the hands of the Chinese government, but the Uyghurs just took their revenge.
The Binhai area of the TEDA region in the port city of Tianjin was shaken by repeated explosions as the chemical plants and fuel depots in the region succumbed to attacks by Islamists from the Xinjiang region of China. A well-planned and executed attack by the Muslims from the Islamic-dominated areas of China has long been predicted, and recent moves on the part of the Xi Jinping-led communist government of the People’s Republic of China to capture, kill or imprison the leaders of the Muslim unrest have reaped their reward.
Regardless of what the world’s communist-sympathizing media is fed and regurgitates on behalf of the Chinese regime, be aware of the truth of the past days events in China. The warring Uyghurs have been repressed in the traditional Han Chinese way through infiltration, intermarriage and marginalization. The generational approach to the destruction of any people’s group that stood in the way of China’s “communist revolution” has worked in every area of the People’s Republic – with the exception of those dominated by Islam.
An internal war in China has just been declared…