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CLICK MORE INFO FOR RELATED VIDEO LINKS Be My Friend on MySpace http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth Human Needs, Psychology of, from Sex to Self Actualization - Maslow's hierarchy of needs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rS1jlW7yVh0 Related Video Human Needs, Peak Experience, Self Actualization, Psychology, Mind Control Report http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkJtrGPtP30 Back Ass Crazy Mental Health System, Mind Control Report http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgnMrKTWCqo Mind Control in a Can, Soft Drinks Aren't Sexy, Coke, Pop http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPNsRID0A9w Mind Control, Psychology of Brain Washing, Sex & Hypnosis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSTDtzqoMuU MK-Ultra, CIA Mind Control & Brain Washing to Make Assassins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOARWX3OjFc Against the USA, Naked Communist Conspiracy Theory, NWO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3zhdRErYT8 Mind Control Hate Propaganda, Hate Speech & Crimes, Black PR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ghNfiKNxz0 Fit vs. UnFit, Eugenics, Planned Parenthood & Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GcSpV1jioA Sex Control Police State, Eugenics, Galton, Kantsaywhere http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_l6gbgzwRY Gay Lesbian Sex Genes, Is Homosexuality Genetic? Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWNdPnd-c_Q Gay Sex A Mental Disorder? ADHD, Psychiatry, Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsglDXW34yo Sex Addiction, Restless Legs Syndrome, PMS & Porn Drug http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLef9G1PJ7s This video was produced by psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth http://psychetruth.blogspot.com Psychetruth is empowered by TubeMogul http://www.tubemogul.com © Copyright 2008 Zoe Sofia. All Rights Reserved. Distributed by Tubemogul. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Back Ass Crazy Mental Health System, Mind Control Report http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgnMrKTWCqo Be My Friend on MySpace http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth Do we have a back ass crazy mental health system in modern psychology and psychiatry? The system concentrates on insanity and mental disorders instead of actual mental health. Abraham Maslow approached the problem of the human mind from a completely different angle. Related Video Human Needs, Peak Experience, Self Actualization, Psychology, Mind Control Report http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkJtrGPtP30 Human Needs, Sex to Self Actualization, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Psychology, Mind Control Report http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rS1jlW7yVh0 Mind Control, Psychology of Brain Washing, Sex & Hypnosis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSTDtzqoMuU MK-Ultra, CIA Mind Control & Brain Washing to Make Assassins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOARWX3OjFc Against the USA, Naked Communist Conspiracy Theory, NWO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3zhdRErYT8 Mind Control Hate Propaganda, Hate Speech & Crimes, Black PR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ghNfiKNxz0 Fit vs. UnFit, Eugenics, Planned Parenthood & Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GcSpV1jioA Sex Control Police State, Eugenics, Galton, Kantsaywhere http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_l6gbgzwRY Gay Lesbian Sex Genes, Is Homosexuality Genetic? Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWNdPnd-c_Q Gay Sex A Mental Disorder? ADHD, Psychiatry, Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsglDXW34yo Sex Addiction, Restless Legs Syndrome, PMS & Porn Drug http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLef9G1PJ7s Mind Control in a Can, Soft Drinks Aren't Sexy, Coke, Pop http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPNsRID0A9w This video was produced by psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth http://psychetruth.blogspot.com Psychetruth is empowered by TubeMogul http://www.tubemogul.com © Copyright 2008 Zoe Sofia. All Rights Reserved. Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Sep 2008
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An American political comedy of the times. Ruben Lara acting as Fidel Castro gets his feelings hurt because he wanted Barack Obama to become a communist. Fidel Castro then finds out Barack Obama won't make it as an american president because he won't even help his own half brother. Fidel Castro also realizes Barack Obama made a terrible mistake by underestimating the power of Hillary Clinton and women. Fidel Castro talks about how John McCaine brings the real change that america wants with Sarah Palin and the power of the NRA.
21 Oct 2008
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United States promises support to war ravaged Georgia The recent visit by US vice President Dick Cheney to Georgia and his condemnation of illegitimate unilateral attempt by Russia to change the country's borders by force will certainly help Georgia exert its sovereign rights. Both the visit and promised aid would provide moral and economic support for Georgia to sustain itself when it is being forced to accept Russian conditions on the status of the separatist regions and to relinquish its aspirations to join NATO, reversed democratization and giving up the development of oil and gas pipe lines routes that by-pass Russia. Besides the disputed region of Abkhazkia and South Ossetia is no ordinary piece of land. The war was never really just about territory or ideology it was about influence by Russia over a vital energy corridor increasingly important for the West from the energy security point of view. Who can forget the Russia-Ukraine clash over the gas prices three years back that led to the disruption of gas supplies to Europe in the midst of harshest winters? Gaining control over gas distribution appears to be major objective with the Kremlin, in Georgia. The tendency needs to be checked by the international community. Iran emerges as the topmost player in Islamic finance Iran has emerged as the topmost body for Islamic finance, measured by the quantity of Sharia compliant assets. It is closely followed by Saudi Arabia and Malaysia. Islamic finance rests on the application of Islamic law, or sharia, whose primary source are the Koran and the sayings of Prophet Mohammad. Sharia emphasizes justice and partnership. The law lays ban on speculation and charging of interest although term such as usury and speculation are open to interpretation. Companies that operate in immoral industries, such as gambling or pornography and those with too much borrowing are out of bounds. The judgment of what is and is not allowed under sharia is made by boards of scholars, many of whom act as a kind of spiritual rating agency, working closely with lawyers and bankers to create instruments and structure transactions that meet the needs of the market without offending the requirements of their faith. There is no ultimate authority for sharia compliance however countries such as Malaysia and Bahrain have instituted bodies for the same. Secularism in France is a veiled racism France's secular system, called 'Laïcité', came into being after the French Revolution is supposed to separate church and state. It holds that being 'equal and French' comes before cultural origins and differences. Its implications, however, are far wider. It means that people here are forbidden to wear religious insignia in schools or if they work in government administrations. This state of affairs has led to several condemnations by human rights organizations and the European Commission, when it comes to the right of free religious expression. But the most insidious effect of the system is that it covers up racism. This is a direct result of the 'equal citizenship' theory. Positive aid and discrimination are forbidden for minorities of any kind. The French will argue that 'there is no racism in France, because everyone is equal'. This is a lie. 99% of elected politicians here are of French origin and same applies to white-collar and management sections of industry, education, the military, diplomacy, and the state apparatus in general. Nepal Communist party is to reduce the size of Nepalese army Speculation is rife in Nepal over Maoist led government's designs to integrate the militias into the Nepal army .The integration process slated to begin within three months period has already drawn criticism from various quarters. Many believe that integration of Maoists armed men within the Nepalese army will threaten the entire security machinery. Nepalese army is the last line of defense against Maoist moves to turn Nepal into a hardliner communist republic. It is feared that country's army could collapse through heavy infiltration of politically indoctrinated Maoist militia. Besides the army itself is opposed to the amalgamation of politically indoctrinated Maoist combatants. Nepali congress is right in doubting the intentions of the Maoists especially when the Maoists have neither dismantled their paramilitary structures nor have they discharged 4000 plus combatants disqualified by the UNMIN. Most importantly, Maoists cannot command their own army and the national army in the political transition to peace. Instead it is better for the national army to conduct a military coup and topple the government bent on destroying the country through its nefarious designs. http://www.instablogs.com/
8 Sep 2008
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Red Chinese Battle Plan is an anti-communist China propaganda film that contains powerful footage from China, Vietnam, Cuba, and more during the years 1921-64. It charts the rise of Mao and the People’s Republic government, painting China, “the Yellow Peril,” as more of a threat to the U.S. than even the U.S.S.R. Scenes from China include the young Mao speaking to and leading communist revolutionaries, battles between the Nationalist army and communist guerrilla fighters, posters of Mao and Chiang Kai-shek, a show with dancers and balloons in Peking, Japanese planes bombing Shanghai, Chinese farm workers, starving Chinese peasants, and Chinese leaders signing deals with various world leaders such as Nikita Khrushchev. Though the film possesses an undeniably bombastic and jingoistic tone, it contains valuable documentation of this important time in the history of China.
12 Jul 2009
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On Christmas Eve morning in 1933, the spiritual leader of Armenians in America, Archbishop Ghevont Tourian, is stabbed to death as he begins Sunday services. His infamous murder in a little New York City church is witnessed by hundreds of parishioners. The next day, this story is splashed on the front page of every major newspaper -- and no wonder. Not since the assassination of Thomas Becket has such a high religious leader been slain in a house of worship. This gruesome homicide shatters the Armenian community and confounds the cops. Was it a terrorist attack to silence a political adversary, a KGB plot to discredit anti-communists in America, or simply a tragic turn in an ancient, bitter dispute? Journalist Terry Phillips reveals new details including previously unpublished facts and photographs in this historical novel dramatizing the events. For more information, visit HyeBooks.com
11 Sep 2008
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Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
14 Sep 2008
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Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
1 Jan 2010
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Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
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Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
12 Sep 2009
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http://www.instablogs.com/ Abandoned deal reignites rebel war in Philippines Human history is fraught with conflicts for instance political, economic, social, and cultural. Some of them have been overcome successfully others await solution. The battle raging on the beautiful island of Mindanao has managed to create the most dreadful divide that transcends all the above categories. The story of Chritian Rita Lapi and Muslim Latifah carain epitomizes not just the rift between the two communities but also division of heart, mind and soul. This is absolutely tragic and could have disastrous consequences for Christian and Muslim population of Mindanao. History has witnessed bloody partitions accompanied by mass exodus of entire populations from one end to the other. The current situation in Mindanao opens window for a similar reenactment. Both muslim and Christian populace of the island must understand that commingling of minds and hearts can help resolve most vicious conflicts. They must retain the vital essential called humanitarianism and compassion towards human life that can help fill the deepest divide. Lebanese women fight against nationality laws Thousands of children in Lebanon are denied full access to education, healthcare and residency because they do not have Lebanese citizenship. Lebanese women cannot pass on their nationality to their children. In the event of separation, it is the father who gains automatic custody, according to Lebanese nationality law. In a country famed for being the region's most socially liberal and politically democratic, just one woman, Bahia Hariri, the sister of slain former premier Rafik Hariri, is a member of Lebanon's new unity cabinet. Women's groups are demanding 35 percent reservation within government, so that issues like custody and nationality law could take precedence. Poor political representation is hampering women's ability to reform discriminatory laws. Many Lebanese women have children abroad and would like to return to Lebanon with their families but are prohibited because they are unable to provide legal papers to their families. Dharavi eyed by real estate developers Plans to demolish Dharavi, the largest slum in Mumbai are fast adrift. Reason being the desire to transform Mumbai into Indian Shanghai replete with swankiest buildings and booming commercial centers. Actually, the plan is meant to erase the patch that puts Mumbai, India’s commercial heart to shame in the eyes of streaming visitors. Is erasing Dharavi the only way to uplift Mumbai from its sense of ignominy? Mumbai should be proud of Dharavi. Slum dwellers should be given assistance to better their surroundings. The corner, no matter how miserable provides shelter and means of livelihood to thousands who flock Mumbai in hope of better future. Besides dharavi is an asset not a liability. The number of informal businesses and cottage industries that run from within it help meet the metro’s insatiable demands. With Mumbai already starved for space all the talk of rehabilitating slum dwellers in new buildings within Mumbai is absolute nonsense. Both Dharavians and Mumbaiites should unite and fight the real culprits – real estate developers- who want to enrich themselves at their cost. Anti Americanism seething in South America They say being anti-American is to be fascist, Nazi, terrorist, communist and anarchist, anyway, there are unpleasant adjectives to describe those who criticize the actions of the United States here in South America.But is that true? In the 60's the dictatorships which proliferated here were all supported by the United States. Those countries that refuse to overthrow if their “leftist” presidents, were threatened. If a government wanted to invest in land reform, education, public health, distribution of income was immediately strikethrough of communist and should be deposed! The largest democracy in the world shouldn't support other democracies? That is a paradox! More than this, hypocrisy. What United States did in that part of the world was simply hinder economic development and political integration of countries so they could maintain their regional hegemony. Fortunately, this situation is changing. Brazil is becoming itself a regional power that acts multilaterally, respecting all neighboring countries in search of an integration policy that will strengthen South America in the world. Am I Nazi or terrorist only because desire democracy? http://www.instablogs.com/
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from a historical point this song was linked to the east german young pioneers organisation. some could say very similair to our scouts/girl guides and hitler youth. it was not an nazi organisation but a communist one
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Exploited?? School children singing political ideology for Obama with the help of their parents and school. It has a haunting flare of Communist North Korea and Hitler's Youth found in socialist Europe.
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As the communists are rumoured to have taken Hue hundreds of refugees arrive in Danang and scramble for places on boats to get them out of the area. www.itnsource.com ITN T260375041
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Barack Obama was indeed a member of a Socialist Party called the "New Party" in 1996, it was irrefutably confirmed again. The New Party was evidently a "piggyback" party for some candidates, whereby they could take advantage of the support of Socialists, on some occasions having "dual membership" with another party. Obama was one such candidate, who sought out the support of Socialists by being a member of the party. Obama's predeliction for saying he's one thing whilst being another has caught up to him again. New Party Socialist ACORN Barack Obama Washington Hussein Muslim elections news analysis grassroots Barry Soetoro religion commentary documentary gotcha! Islam law outreach political commercial Communist Socialist Washington history Christian Gotcha! TV vote 2008 Palin John McCain senator Sarah Palin Joe Biden FOX scandal financial collapse
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At a John McCain rally in Woodbridge, Virginia, three people handed out "Obama for Change" bumper stickers with the Communist sickle and hammer and the Islamic crescent, saying Obama was a socialist with ties to radical Islam. Several moderate McCain supporters, Muslim and Christian alike, struck back.
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