Intermarriage as a tool of warfare . we have all seen the article on this defence forum debating the question of rape as a war strategy I am now posting another strategy used by the PRC ( in this same category in our forum viz, strategy and tactics" ) Now let us consider the weapon of forced intermarriages as a tool of warfare. if that seems far-fetched , consider the following Commentary No. 73: Islamic Unrest In the Xinjiang Uighur ...25 Apr 2008 ... When Mao Tse Tung seized power in China, the Uighurs constituted some ... For example, financial rewards are given to Han Chinese who intermarry with Muslim ... In effect, there has been a systematic policy to reduce the Muslim .... However, unrest in Xinjiang, along with Tibet and Inner Mongolia, ... www.csis-scrs.gc.ca â€º Home â€º Publications â€º Commentary Inner Mongolia History, History Of Inner Mongolia27 Jan 2009 ... Inner Mongolia history: introduction to Inner Mongolia's history and ... new invention - ethnic intermarriage, even at the highest levels, in outer mongolia ( independent country ) there are hordes of chinese businessmen from prc living there , rich and capable, they attract mongolian women by the droves to marry them for a better life. Causing great animosity anong the mongolian men and now a rise in nazism to promote ehtnic separation. http://uhrp.org/articles/152/1/Musl...-Drink-Dance-With-Male-Chinese-Officials.html http://uhrp.org/articles/762/1/Dece...ung-Uyghur-Women-to-Eastern-China-/index.html Deception, Pressure, and Threats: The Transfer of Young Uyghur Women to Eastern China Published 02/8/2008 | UHRP and UAA Reports , Press Releases For immediate release February 8, 2008 2:00 PM EST Contact: Uyghur Human Rights Project +1 (202) 349 1494 A new report by the Uyghur Human Rights Project examines a recently implemented Peopleâ€™s Republic of China (PRC) policy that recruits young Uyghur women from majority Uyghur areas of East Turkestan (also known as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region or XUAR) and transfers them to work in factories in urban areas of eastern China. The report, Deception, Pressure, and Threats: The Transfer of Young Uyghur Women to Eastern China, reveals that, less than two years after the initiation of the transfer policy, it has already left a history of broken promises and shattered families. The new PRC transfer policy: Focuses on southern East Turkestan, a majority Uyghur area that remains a center of traditional Uyghur culture and where the percentage of inhabitants who are Uyghur is presently the highest in the PRC. Targets marriage-aged women between the ages of 16 to 25. Intimidates the women and their families to compel them to participate in the program. Threatens local leaders who do not comply with the policy with removal from their posts. Places the young women into inhumane work conditions and with employers that do not honor work contracts. Under the policy, thousands of Uyghur women have been removed from their families and placed into substandard working conditions thousands of miles from their homes. At the same time that the PRC government implements the transfer policy in the name of providing economic opportunities for these young women, it also provides support for the movement of large numbers of Han Chinese migrants into East Turkestan. â€œThis transfer policy can be seen as another aspect of Beijingâ€™s effort to forcibly assimilate the Uyghur people and undermine the distinct Uyghur culture of East Turkestan,â€ said Uyghur democracy leader Rebiya Kadeer. â€œContinuation of the policy will only further marginalize the Uyghur people and deepen Uyghursâ€™ mistrust of PRC officials, leading to even greater tensions in East Turkestan.â€ The report also places the government-sponsored transfer into the broader context of the PRCâ€™s ongoing cultural attacks and human rights abuses against the Uyghur people. Uyghur religion, a moderate form of Sunni Islam that is a vital part of their ethnic identity, has been fiercely suppressed. The PRC legal system is used as a tool of repression, with arbitrary detentions and torture commonly employed against any Uyghur who voices discontent with the government. Charges of â€œpolitical crimesâ€ and the death penalty have been shown to be disproportionately applied to Uyghurs. Uyghur women suffer from sterilizations and forced abortions, and corvÃ©e labor is still used in East Turkestanâ€™s rural areas. The report, Deception, Pressure, and Threats: The Transfer of Young Uyghur Women to Eastern China, can be downloaded at http://docs.uyghuramerican.org/Transfer_uyghur_woman.pdf my comments:- A few months ago when Indian president visited prc , she met with a big towering guy who was the official in charge of china's ethnic moinorities and she was asked a question - the answer to which was to repeat that tibet is an intergral art of china ...she was in a sense browbeaten into answering that question which was deemed unsuitable protocol for a presidential level visit. but quite apart from that that official expressed chinas hope that there would be more people to people contact between chinese and indian peoples. what exactly do they mean by that ( people to people contact ) - and why , especially when it is quite well known that china has always considered its neighbouring countries including india to be inferior to themselves. coupled with the fact that there is a trenmoendpoueus skew in the man ato woman ratio in china could it be part of a greater strategy to use intermarriage and other social action as a form of "peaceful" war strategy Now we have prc company Huawei expecting to be established in india or perhaps more accurately expanding and investing more in India over and aboev their present facilities which means more chinese persons , probably men, who are rich and powerful will be entering Indian society ....what next is going to take place from that vantage point ?