Totodata, in acelasi comunicat, Tokes nu se sfieste sa faca o paralela intre el, considerat adeseori de ciracii sai drept “liderul spiritual al comunităţilor maghiare care trăiesc în ţările din Bazinul Carpatic”, si Dalai Lama, despre care afirma ca este “conducătorul spiritual al Tibetului aflat în exil” si “purtătorul nu numai al drepturilor propriului popor, ci totodată a libertăţii şi drepturilor omului a tuturor popoarelor asuprite”. Ati ghicit, din nou, printre aceste “popoare asuprite” se afla si bietul popor maghiar din bazinul carpatic, nedreptatit prin odiosul Tratat de la Trianon.
“Bodhisattva” Körösi Csoma Sándor a fost un filolog “secui” nascut in “Tinutul Secuiesc”, – nu-i asa? – respectiv in satul Chiurus (Körös pe ungureste), judetul Covasna, in 1784, pe atunci Regatul Ungariei. Csoma (poate Cosma?), dupa ce a petrecut mai multi ani in Tibet a alcatuit primul dictionar tibetan-englez si a murit in India in 1842.
Miza “vizitei ecumenice” – dupa cum zice Tokes – a pazitorului “tuturor poporului asuprite” este, asadar, internationalizarea chestiunii Tinutului Secuiesc si a “asupritului popor maghiar”.
Este bine sa ne dam seama ca, desi Dalai Lama beneficiaza de o imagine internationala foarte candida iar drama tibetanilor chiar exista, el a fost folosit, de fapt, toata viata sa, pe post de iepuras in santajul media al unei puteri sau alta in relatia cu China.
Rebiya Kadeer (foto stanga), preşedinta Congresului Mondial al Uigurilor, a afirmat, punand problema la pachet: „A venit timpul ca guvernul chinez să discute cu mine şi Dalai Lama“. Evident, nu de putine ori, ungurii s-au asemuit cu uigurii, care revendica o buna bucata din China si cu care, culmea, se potrivesc si la “drapelul secuiesc” (vezi foto cu cele doua mai jos). Interesant ca sustinatoarea principala a uigurei a fost presedinta subcomisiei pentru drepturile omului din PE, “ecologista” Heidi Hautala, din… Finlanda, avocata principala a “cauzei maghiare” in Occident si acelasi personaj caruia Laszlo Tokes i-a solicitat sa foloseasca influenta Uniunii Europene si sa intervina pe langa autoritatile boliviene pentru Toaso Előd (nascut la Sovata) si Mario Tadic (mercenar), arestati pentru terorism – daca va mai aduceti aminte scandalul de anul trecut legat de unguri si tentativa de asasinare a presedintelui Evo Morales – ambii membri ai “Legiunii Secuiesti”, infiintata in Ungaria cu scopul declarat al “apararii Tinutului Secuiesc”.
Povestea merge mai departe: militantii unguri pentru autonomia “Tinutului Secuiesc” intra de fapt in aceeasi categorie cu separatistii teroristi uiguri, extremisti islamici, dupa ce, in iunie 2006 au semnat un “Tratat” intre CNS si Forumul Uigur, organizatie considerata de Statele Unite, si nu numai, drept terorista si ai carei lideri sunt urmariti international.
La 5 iunie 2006, liderii “Adunarii Nationale a Secuilor” au semnat un acord de colaborare cu o organizatie suspecta de terorism: “Forumul Uigur”, unda din organizatiile separatistilor din provincia chineze Xinjiang, pe care separatistii o numesc “Turkistanul de Est”. Miscarea islamica din “Turkistanul de Est” a fost inclusa, la 26 august 2002, potrivit afirmatiilor adjunctului Secretarului de Stat al SUA, Richard Armitage, pe lista organizatiilor teroriste. Conform informatiilor Ambasadei SUA la Beijing, organizatia uigara a planificat un act terorist impotriva misiunii diplomatice a SUA in Kirgistan.
Intelegerea convenita intre “Consiliul National Secuiesc” reprezentat de Jozsef Csapo, presedintele de atunci, si Attila Tulit, vice-presedintele, si “Forumul Uigur”, reprezentat de Perhet Muhammet, prim-secretar, si Umit Hamit Agahi, secreatar general, are urmatorul continut:
Trecutul de mai multe secole al celor doua popoare ne determina sa descoperim si sa cultivam trecutul nostru comun, sa-l interpretam si sa-l consideram ca pe o relatie de fraternitate.
Noi, reprezentanii organizatiilor noastre, am semnat ca semn al recunoasterii colaborarii periodice si fructuoase intre noi.
Presedintele CSN, Jozsef Csapo Vicepresedintele CNS, Attila Tulit
Prim-secretar al Forumului Uigur, Perhet Muhammet Secretarul General al Forumului Uigur, bin Umit Hamit Agahi”
Nota bene: Jozsef Csapo a demisionat in octombrie anul respectiv, printr-o scrisoare trimisa prin fax la CNS, fara a-si motiva insa gestul, iar tatal lui Tulit (in prezent membru al PCM), Attila Imre Tulit, consilier local al UDMR la Sfantu Gheorghe, a fost arestat de DNA pe 22 septembrie, acelasi an, prins in flagrant cu o mita de 20.000 de euro.
Pentru alte detalii, consultati “Spionajul Ungar in Romania”, de Traian Valentin Poncea si Aurel Rogojan, si Andy McCarthy , sef al Center for Law and Counterrorism al Foundation for Defense of Democracies, care a scris, in National Review’s Corner, articolul documentat The Uighurs Are Coming, the Uighurs Are Coming!:
Despite being steeped in jihadist ideology, trained in explosives and assassination tactics, and anxious enough to get that way that they high-tailed it from China to Afghanistan to become more lethal terrorists, the Uighur Muslim
detainees will be released by the Obama administration into the United States, according to this Los Angeles Times report. After all, the president has promised to close Guantanamo Bay this year, and that promise can’t be fulfilled unless we release the jihadists since many of them can’t be tried.
McCarthy references this report on the Uighurs from Thomas Jocelyn, which leaves no doubt that they are terrorists. He points out that “federal statutory law … makes aliens excludable from the U.S. if they have received terrorist training or been affiliated with a terrorist organization.”
Profiles of 11 identified Uygur terrorists:
** Hasan Mahsum (also known as Ashan Sumut or Hasang Zunduluohe), male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1964. A native of Alaf Township in Shule (Kunixar) County, Kashi Prefecture of Xinjiang, he now heads the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement.
Mahsum gathered together a band of Xinjiang religious extremists to form the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement, of which he served as chairman, after he fled abroad in 1997. His gang was responsible for a murder in Moyu County of Hotan on December 14, 1999, and robberies and murders cases on February 4 the same year in Urumqi. In total, six innocent people were killed.
** Muhanmetemin Hazret, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1950. A native of Moyu County in Hotan Prefecture, Xinjiang. He established the Eastern Turkistan Liberation Organization in 1996. He is behind a series of robberies and murders in Central Asian nations like Kazakhstan and Kirghizstan.
** Dolqun Isa, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born on September 2, 1967. A native of Aksu, Xinjiang, he is one of the key members of the Eastern Turkistan Liberation Organization and has been head of the World Uygur Youths Congress for many years. Since he fled abroad, he has organized and participated in all sorts of terrorist activities launched by the separatist group.
** Abudujelili Kalakash, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, and born in 1960, is a native of Moyu County in Hotan Prefecture, Xinjiang, China. He heads the East Turkistan Information Centre terrorist organization and is a key member of the World Uygur Youths Congress. In April 1999, Kalakash and other die-hard terrorists decided to carry out terrorist activities in Africa, and planned a series of bomb attacks against Chinese embassies there.
** Abudukadir Yapuquan (original name Yabudukader Emit), male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1958. He is native of Uapqan Township, Shufu County, Kashi Prefecture. He is responsible for organizing and carrying out a series of robberies and murders such as the December 14 case in Moyu County of Hotan Prefecture in 1999 and the February 4 case in Urumqi, which resulted in deaths and injuries of innocent people.
** Abudumijit Muhamma-tkelim (also known as Zibibulla), male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1967. A native of Shufu County of Kashi, he is one of the chiefs of the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement mainly responsible for personnel training and exterior liaison duties.
** Abudula Kariaji (formerly named Abudulla Dawut), male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in December 1969. A native of Shache County of Kashi, he is a key member of the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement. Kariaji fled to Afghanistan in 1995.
** Abulimit Turxun, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1964. A native of Urumqi, he is a key member of the Eastern Turkistan Liberation Organization. He fled abroad in 1997. In early May 1998, he sent terrorists into China who made more than 40 chemical combustible devices and used them in 15 consecutive attacks on big stores and wholesale markets in Urumqi, on May 23. In June 1998, he killed four Uygurs and dismembered their bodies, to prevent possible information leaks by two members who intended to quit the terrorist group.
** Hudaberdi Haxerbik, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in August 1970. A native of the Hui Autonomous Township of Yuqunweng in Yining County, Xinjiang, he is a key member of the Eastern Turkistan Liberation Organization. On April 6, 1998, Hudaberdi Haxerbik smuggled large quantities of arms and ammunition into China.
** Yasen Muhammat, alias Yasen Kari, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1964. He is a native of Boskem Town, Zepu County of Xinjiang. On August 23, 1999, Muhammat and four other terrorists shot dead police officer Hudaberd and his son Aiez in Boskem Township of Zepu County. On October 24, 1999, he and other accomplices shot dead security assistant Altawula, injured police officer Wang Yazhou and security assistant Muhmed Yizemu, and killed Mehmut Yidelis, a suspected thief who was detained at the station.
** Atahan Abuduhani, male, of the Uygur ethnic group, was born in 1964. A native of Luoke Town, Yecheng County of Xinjiang, he fled abroad in December 1984, and kept close contact with “Eastern Turkistan” organizations outside China. In August 1991, Atahan Abuduhani smuggled 7 handguns and 180 bullets into China, with which his accomplices robbed a security van belonging to the Shayar County branch of the Agricultural Bank of China in Xinjiang on November 13 that year.