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The Wall Street Journal Flooded with Chinese Comments

Posted by Author on September 7, 2009

Report by  ChinaScope –

On July 8, 2009, the Wall Street Journal published an article, “The Real Uighur Story,” written by Rebiya Kadeer, leader of the World Uighur Congress. The article offered her view of the July 5 event in Xinjiang, where Uighurs took to the streets and suffered a bloody crack-down at the hands of China’s riot police. Just hours after the incident, Chinese officials concluded that Rebiya Kadeer was behind the violence. From July 8 to 13, the Wall Street Journal website was flooded with comments about her article. Many who submitted comments had names suggesting they were Chinese. Some said that they grew up in China and had lived in the U.S. for many years. These Chinese commentators uniformly denounced Rebiya using the same tone that the Chinese government used. Many comments were personal attacks (a typical debate style used by the Communist Party) against Rebiya or commentators who offered views supportive of the Uighurs. The following are some of the comments. [1] (Incorrect wording is left as is.)

“(7/8/2009)
Jack Buhsmer wrote:
Isn’t this part of One China policy, to usurp and suppress other ethnic groups? Similar issue happened in Tibet. You know it’s bad when even the monks lose patience. Instead of prostituting itself for loans, America should confront China on many overdue issues such as ethnic suppression and human rights. Of course, a multi-trillion dollar loan placed in US treasuries shuts America up pretty effectively.

(7/9/2009)
benchi sun replied (to Jack Buhsmer’s comments):
I doubt that you have ever set your footsteps in Urumqi (maybe even Xinjiang or China). Probably you may not even know where Urumqi is on the map. Sure, this won’t stop someone like you who “stands on a high moral ground” to comment on something you have no clue of. But I hope that, at least, those 150+ innocent Han Chinese being killed by the terrorists mean something to you. If I were you, a person “with high moral standards”, I would cry first for the human right of those innocent people being killed in the riot.

(7/9/2009)
Philip Feng replied (to Jack Buhsmer’s comments):
America confronts China? Oh please, they have their own overwhelming racism problem. So please settle your own problem before scolding others. Also, the problem is far more complicated, and different, if you will, than you could simply presumed. So I beg of you to fully comprehend the issues within before making such superficial comments. China is a large and grand country. It’s no easy job to govern the land. Never try to force any of your western thoughts on an oriental land that is far beyond your knowledge. Because that’s is just sad of you to the Chinese people.

(7/11/2009)
Ming Ying replied (to Jack Buhsmer’s comments):
Come on, arrogant americans.

‘you know it’s bad when even the monks lose patience’, laugh to death. Do you know how mand kinds of monks in Tibet? Do you know Dala belong to which kind? Buddhist is peacful and when the rioters in tibet go to the street to burn house and kill the innocent, you call them monks?

Once again, i want say this to the westerners: Tibet was, is and always will be a part of China.

As to confront China, forget it now. If China stops exporting commondity to US, a hyper inflation will totally destrory US society. And don’t forget we also own a huge US gov. det. China is rising and no one can stop it!

(7/8/2009)
Lin Zhang wrote:
Why did not the WSJ invite Ben Laden to give his opinions?  (more from Chinascope)

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