The blingûe model in education is key within the ideological component that drives Chinese imperialism against its occupied regions, because it promotes loyalty to the Communist Party (CCP).The blingûe model promotes eliminating or reducing the use of the mother tongue. It is one of the widely used tactics of forced assimilation.

In a Q and A posted on line, education authorities for Inner Mongolia, defended the changes in bilingual education for Mongolian children, because “they reflect the will of the Party and nation … and the inherent excellence of Chinese culture.”

The education programs in that region for the primary and secondary school subjects, including history, politics, and above all language, were implemented in Mandarin starting September 1, 2020.

However, videos posted on social media by New York-based Mongolian language and culture advocacy groups and the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center showed thousands of students and parents protesting against communist penetration.

The director of the Mongolian Language Defense Group, Enghebatu Togochog , a refugee in New York, told Reuters that it is a crusade against Mongolian culture.

The persecution of anti-Mandarin activists in Inner Mongolia continues

A thai national by the name of Adiyya, and Wu Guoxing, the name on his Chinese passport, is an activist against Chinese interference in Inner Mongolia He fled to Thailand on October 5. However, despite his political refugee status, he was arrested by the Thai immigration authorities and interrogated by Chinese Embassy officials on multiple occasions in a small cell at the Bangkok Immigration Detention Center.

According to The Souther Mongolian Human Rights Center, Adiyaa, was accused by the CCP “breaking Chinese laws” including “illegally occupying other people’s property.” He was asked to sign a letter “admitting guilt and a willingness to return to China,” which he refused.

Also, according to Adiyya’s sister, Turgowaa, said, “My brother was already given the UNHCR refugee identification card and relevant papers, but both the Chinese Embassy and the Thai authorities told him that the deportation process is actively being worked out.”

She said that her brother had participated in a region-wide mass protest against the CCP’s Second Generation Bilingual Education Policy in September 2020 and ever since then, “Since then, all members of our family have been subjected to constant harassment by the local police and state security authorities. Even I as a PhD student researching Mongolian traditional arts also had to abandon my studies to leave China.”

Turgowaa said, “There is bilingual education, and we Mongolians are forbidden to learn textbooks in our language.”

On the other hand, Xi Haiming, chairman of Inner Mongolia People’s Party, a refugee in Germany, said, “He [Adiyya] fled to Thailand, but his safety is not guaranteed, because the Chinese government presents extraterritorial rights abroad and sets up secret bases to track and repress those who resist.”

Chinese secret bases abroad

Sitod, a Chinese secret base in Tajikistan, which in the Tajik language means, headquarters, is an outpost of the Chinese army to prevent Uyghur militants from sneaking into western China from Afghanistan. It should be remembered that Uyghurs in Xinjiang, are heavily repressed by the CCP.

A Dushanbe correspondent of the London-based, Saudi-funded television media Iran International, Anahita Dodikhudo, said that secret sources confirmed the presence of Chinese personnel in Sitod.

Also residents of the city of Murghab, said that the pandemic kept the Chinese military on site.

This news report claims that a facility was erected in 2016 and comprises twelve two-story buildings and a watchtower. It was supposed to be a a space station but could it be a military outpost for spying?

In Argentina, too, the Chinese military has lairs

According to Juan Uriburu an Argentine lawyer, commenting on China’s base in Argentina, asked, “How do you make sure they play by the rules given that one of the parties involved in the agreement reports directly to the Chinese military? referring to the secrecy of the agreement.

Similarly, Garrett Marquis spokesman for the White House National Security Council under President Trump once commented on this Chinese military base: “The Patagonia ground station, agreed to in secret by a corrupt The Patagonia ground station, agreed to in secret by a corrupt and financially vulnerable government a decade ago, is another example of opaque and predatory Chinese dealings that undermine the sovereignty of host nations.”

Reuters, which obtained hundreds of pages of Argentine government documents, said that the facility could be more than just peaceful, because it is under the Chinese military and is managed by China’s General Satellite Tracking and Launching Control (CLTC), with military command.

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