Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

Refugees in India, constant propaganda against the Dalai Lama and his devotees, constant attacks on Buddhist culture and religion have not been able to shake the religious-cultural roots. Remember, thousands of churches in Slavic Russia, after the dissolution of seventy years of Soviet power, began to ring the bells and the independent Central Asian republics reverberated.

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

The latest call from the Supreme Military Commander, Xi Jinping, as the country’s president and chairman of the Central Military Commission, general secretary of the Communist Party that represents 90-95 per cent of China’s Han race, is significant.

At the National Conference on Religious Affairs held in Beijing earlier this month, Xi stressed the detriment of various adherents, saying that the party’s policy on freedom of religious beliefs should be implemented sincerely.

He said that religious organizations should work like a bridge, which can keep the religious followers connected with the party and the government. Xi said, “Improving the democratic oversight of religious leaders is essential.

The rule of law should be increased in religious works and education and propaganda on the rule of law should be done in-depth.

Every communist party in the world is an atheist according to Marxist-Leninist principles, but not everyone has the same attitude towards religion. There have also been liberal currents.

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

Xi’s declaration is not in line with Marxist-Leninist theory. Note, he spoke of harmonization, that is, moulding all people living within the borders of China to conform to the Han race. But this has been going on for decades.

What do you want to do new? It has to be seen in the context of nationalist ambitions to become the world’s most powerful superpower and overtake America by 2050 when the centenary of communist rule is over.

Tibet, the abode of Buddhists, and Xinjiang (East Turkestan) inhabited by Turkish-speaking Uighur Muslims are a very painful thorn in the foot of the Han nationalists. One-third of the total area of ​​China lies in Tibet and Xinjiang.

In the event of war with the alliance of many countries including America or India, this one-third can create a frightening situation for China.

The Han power could never be sure that the relentlessly oppressed Buddhists and Uighur Muslims would fight side by side.

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

The Han regime annexed a large part of Tibet to the neighbouring provinces, Sichuan, Qinghai, and Gansu, to disable Buddhists.

Martin Jack, visiting professor at Beijing’s prestigious Xinghua University, in his book When China Rules the World, describes it as a good example of ‘divide and rule’.

The Beijing-Lhasa rail line has accelerated the process of changing the demographic profile of Tibet. The urban areas of Tibet are gradually becoming Han dominated. They are also getting the maximum benefit of central investment.

Refugees in India, constant propaganda against the Dalai Lama and his devotees, constant attacks on Buddhist culture and religion have not been able to shake the religious-cultural roots.

Remember, thousands of churches in Slavic Russia, after the dissolution of seventy years of Soviet power, began to ring the bells and the independent Central Asian republics reverberated.

If the coin turns upside down, China cannot escape this movement of time in Tibet. To avoid that, China is making the Buddhist population an insignificant minority.

Xi Jinping wants to reassure the sixth territory, Xinjiang, through the loss of Uighur Muslims. The Chinese rulers cannot forget the lessons of 1971. During the Bangladesh war, China had made up its mind to take military action against India.

Then the Soviet Union threatened to destroy the Lopnor missile base in eastern Xinjiang, as well as activate its forces on the Xinjiang border. The importance of Xinjiang has increased manifold in the last fifty years.

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

It is China’s second-largest oil producer. Seventy years ago, 90 per cent of Xinjiang’s population was Uighurs. Now it is being told less than eighty per cent.

The East Turkestan National Army (ETNA), an organization of disgruntled Uighurs, is plaguing China. One of the secrets of China’s friendship with the Taliban is that it wants to eliminate ETNA from Afghanistan and the Pak-Afghan border areas.

When Pakistan based on China’s bailout could not eliminate Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and ETNA, then the tribal Taliban fighting among themselves cannot be expected to succeed.

There have been many great studies in China on why many of the world’s empires were destroyed and the Soviet Union disintegrated. But the supremacist Han mentality prevented it from reaching the right conclusions.

Ambition: Racism mite in China’s overall power

After the October Revolution, the Soviet power that the White Army could not oust, Hitler’s twenty division army could not survive, the great military power of the Warsaw Pact, which used to terrorize the ‘NATO’ countries, was Mikhail Gorbachoff’s Perestroika (Reorganization) And could not bear the fresh gusts of glasnost (openness).

China is trying to strengthen borders through demographic change.

He is obliged not to learn from history that dissatisfied people, especially the people of the border areas, act as destructive time bombs. Multi-lingual, multi-racial and multi-religious countries should remember the example of Yugoslavia.

The Soviet Union of Stalin and Brezhnev was afraid of military intervention in Yugoslavia.

Navya Chandravanshi

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Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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