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Posted on Sustainabilitank.info on July 3rd, 2011
by Pincas Jawetz (pj@sustainabilitank.info)

Hua Jiang the embedded sleeper by China at UN DPI emerged as UN Spokesperson of the UN Mission to Sudan – it seems on all matters of Sudan and Juba. Her role to watch for oil and Africa China interests has thus surfaced.

In the Ban-Ki-moon UN administration, where roles are parceled out according to support for the boss, at the hands-off leadership of Japanese Under-Secretary General Akasaka, at the Department of Communication and Information, China got now a position in an area it cares about.

We were watching the tall and pretty Hua Jiang who came to the UN in New York after a stint in London, and wondered what her real  interests were as we felt she was backing her superior Ahmad Fawzi – the man who had his position in order to stand there for Arab League intersts – only because she did not want to rock the boat. We posted an article April 12, 2010 when we got tipped-off that there is more to her then meets the eye. She was the China man in communications at the UN. Now it becomes obvious, it is not just a chase away Taiwanese or Chinese sects watch out position, when it comes to UN Press accreditations – but now it is a real business and expansion policy that China has in Africa. It paid to have her in her position – no real efforts to advance her further. She was being prepared for specific spokesperson position when time comes that the UN turns to areas in which China has real interest. That was like Ahmad Fawzi taking over the spokesperson’s role at the time of Israel’s war in Lebanon.

Please see our previous article – www.sustainabilitank.info/2010/04…

I feel that the enigma of that time has given way to clear explanation now – but from our point of view there really is no change at the UN – oil rules the institution – only that now it is also obvious that China oil interests are not second to any-one else.

We are posting this in recognition to the many readers who last week showed renewed interest in our old article as evidenced by the stats.

China is not mentioned by the media when it deals with Africa and we do not understand why. When you travel in Sub-Saharan Africa you find China nearly everywhere. We were in Addis Ababa for the Ethiopian Millennium. The Ethiopians wanted to throw a big party but had no representative/impressive hall and no money to build one. The Chinese said no problem – sent over their engineers, workers, even materials, and the Hall was ready in time. Oh yes, later the Chinese started to look for oil. Similarly in many other countries in Africa. The Chinese came in to do something in cooperation with the local regimes and then pursued the Chinese National Interest, which is mainly to obtain raw materials, energy, and know how. To make this possible it is always that China will use their own working personnel. These people are reliable to do the job well and in time.

Then we saw – https://mail.google.com/mail/#search/Hua+Jiang+UN+Spokesperson+on+Sudan/1308b42a8931097c
Hua Jiang, the head of public information for UNMIS (the UN Mission in Sudan), said the mission is doing its best, but as the number of the IDPs continues to grow by the day, its military strength is “stretching to its limit.”

China has invested billions of dollars in Sudan in oil exploration and production, in pipelines, and much more and now it is hosting Omar El Bashir, Sudan’s head of State who is under an International Criminal Court indictment that calls for all Member States to apprehend him and turn him over to he court. The UN Human Rights Commissioner Navanethem Pillay contacted Beijing and complained about China Government’s reception of Mr. Bashir with high honors this last Wednesday.

The UN Secretary General is now on his way to participate in the celebration of independence for South Sudan that was set for July 9, 2011. New fighting has errupted around Abyei. Abyei wants to join South Sudan – Mr. Bashir opposes this – Sudan is moving more and more to a renewal of the slow burning conflagration in many separate areas of the Sudanese Empire.
See the map we posted – http://www.sustainabilitank.info/2011/06/the-arab-empire-in-sudan/  thus having a friendly face as spokesperson for the UN Mission in Sudan is quite important to China. China is in effect the new face of colonialism in Africa – a very unpleasant word to be used at the UN.

The UN was born in part for the purpose of dismantling European colonialism and a majority of the UN Member States were established after 1945 as this process of decolonialization was unfolding. A spokesperson’s twists are tools to hide the Chinese neo-colonialist involvement in Africa. A bright woman with understanding of the western mind can help the rulers of Beijing who industrialize China using methods that 200 years ago helped build London, Manchester, Liverpool …

As we said earlier, we liked Hua personally, she was a sleeper spy at the UN like many others who get UN salaries – we wish now for her to keep at a minimum her cover-up for China’s actions in Africa.


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Ten of the recent articles that we found with the help googles that mention Ms. Hua Jiang in relation to Sudan:

Oil ‘reason for Sudan attacks’ | Malaysia Times
www.malaysiatimes.my/en/2011/06/…/oil-reason-for-sudan-attacks/ – Cached11 Jun 2011 – This is one of the disputed territories,” Hua Jiang for the UN … A Sudanese army spokesperson was not immediately available for comment. …
UN Mission in Sudan Investigates Attacks in Kordofan State …
www.voanews.com/…/Butty-UN-Sudan-Fighting-Jiang-06june11-1… – CachedSpokeswoman Hua Jiang says the UN sent in land and air patrols to … A spokesperson for the U.N. Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) says the world body is concerned …
Sudan mounts air strikes ‘to control oilfields’ – News – Mail …
mg.co.za/…/2011-06-11-sudan-mounts-air-strikes-to-control-oilfiel… – Cached11 Jun 2011 – This is one of the disputed territories,” Hua Jiang for the UN mission in Sudan told AFP. A Sudanese army spokesperson was not immediately …
Violence in Sudan’s Abyei forces thousands to flee – News – Mail …
mg.co.za/…/2011-05-24-violence-in-sudans-abyei-forces-thousands… – Cached24 May 2011 – UN spokesperson Hua Jiang in Sudan’s southern city of Juba … Show more results from mg.co.za
Thousands flee Sudan’s Abyei : News24: Africa: News
m.news24.com › News24 Home › Africa – Cached25 May 2011 – Thousands flee Sudan’s Abyei : News24: Africa: News. … left the region’s main settlement Abyei town, said UN spokesperson Hua Jiang. …
Menas Associates: Sudan: Gunmen open fire on UN helicopters
menasassociates.blogspot.com/…/sudan-gunmen-open-fire-on-un.ht… – Cached26 May 2011 – Sudan: Gunmen open fire on UN helicopters. A UN spokesperson, Hua Jiang, has said that gunmen from an Arab tribe fired at four UN …
Militia fire at UN helicopters in Abyei | Latest News Stories …
portaltoafrica.com/news/…/militia-fire-at-un-helicopters-in-abyei/ – Cached25 May 2011 – Sudan: Militia fire at UN helicopters in Abyei … to north Sudan, in the central region in Abyei but the crews landed safely, a UN spokesperson said on Wednesday. … Tags:Khartoum., Abyei, Hua Jiang, Arab Misseriya. …
The Government of South Sudan denounces Sudan army attack on Abyei
www.goss-brussels.com/index.php?…sudan…sudan… – Cached24 May 2011 – In Juba, South Sudan, the United Nations spokesperson, Hua Jiang, reports that more than 20000 people have already fled Abyei to areas …
Thousands flee Sudan’s chaos – Sowetan LIVE
www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/2011/…/thousands-flee-sudan-s-chaos – Cached26 May 2011 – VIOLENCE in and around Sudan’s contested Abyei region has displaced up … town but the crews landed safely, UN spokesperson Hua Jiang said. …
Abyei, Sudan And The Threat Of Civil War | The New Republic
www.tnr.com/article/…/sudan-abyei-civil-war-north-south-bashir – Cached24 May 2011 – According to U.N. deputy spokesperson Hua Jiang, 15 Sudanese army tanks rolled into the town on Saturday evening. Heavy shelling ensued, and …

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