US-funded Thai protesters fly Uyghur separatist flag just meters from where Uyghur terrorists killed 20 innocent people in 2015.
Thai Summary (English version below): ผู้ประท้วงชาวไทยโบกสะบัดธงแบ่
October 25, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci – LD) – Anti-government protesters organized by Thailand’s billionaire-led opposition and funded by the US government today flew flags of the so-called “Milk Tea Alliance” including the blue and white flag of Uyghur separatists – members of which attacked the Thai consulate in Turkey in July 2015 and carried out a deadly bombing in Bangkok at that very intersection in August 2015 – killing 20 and injuring over 100.
The separatist flag flying just meters from where the bombing took place – features a sky-blue background with a white crescent and a white star in the center and is the flag of “East Turkestan” – the entity Uyghur separatists seek to transform the Chinese territory of Xinjiang into.
East Turkestan is also how Xinjiang is interchangeably listed by the US National Endowment for Democracy (NED) which funds Uyghur separatist groups as well as virtually every aspect of the increasingly anti-Chinese opposition in Thailand itself.
While the US and its European allies claim that China is abusing Uyghur minorities in Xinjiang – in reality Beijing is conducting an extensive anti-terrorism campaign to deal with violence that – until recently – had killed hundreds a year through bombings, mass knife attacks, and other forms of violence in Xinjiang, across the whole of China, and abroad including Bangkok in 2015 .
Uyghur extremists also make up a large number of foreign fighters operating under the banners of Al Qaeda’s many affiliates in Syria according to even Western media outlets like the Associated Press.
The other three flags flying at the US-funded protest on October 25 and spotted at other protests over the past month represented the US-funded Hong Kong rioters, the US-backed Taiwan independence movement, and the violent, CIA-funded Tibetan rebels.
The appearance of 4 flags representing 4 US-funded fronts used to attack and undermine China at a Thai protest likewise aimed at attacking Thailand’s current government, military, and monarchy – all three of which have pivoted the nation Eastward toward China – is no coincidence.
The US has for years attempted to stitch together a united front against China. This includes the so-called “Quad” consisting of the US, Japan, Australia, and India – and now also the so-called “Milk Tea Alliance.” While the Quad consists of the governments of their respective nations – the “Milk Tea Alliance” represents opposition groups within nations that have close ties with China and seek to undo them.
China is Thailand’s largest trade partner, investor, source of tourism, and arms supplier. It is also a key partner in major infrastructure projects including Thailand’s 5G rollout and a high-speed railway that will link Thailand to China via Laos.
That supposed “peaceful” and “pro-democratic” protesters in Thailand are flying the flags of violent rioters in Hong Kong and terrorists in Xinjiang illustrates the genuine danger the ongoing unrest in Thailand represents despite the benign facade the Western media attempts to hide it with.