China Hit by Wave of Mystery Blasts.

The cloud created by the Guangxi bomb makes the parcel bomb hypothesis hard to swallow.
The cloud created by the bomb in Liuzhou on Wednesday makes the parcel bomb hypothesis hard to swallow.

October 1st, 2015.

China Struck with a fresh wave of mysterious blasts leaving at least 7 dead.

At least 16 explosions strike Guangxi in southern China over two days.

Chinese police claim to be seeking a 33- year old man with the name Wei.

China has been struck by as many as 18 explosions over the past two days.

The Guangxi region has been struck by a series of unexplained blasts that the Chinese authorities have blamed on parcel bombs.

15 massive blasts in Guangxi, China: At least 6 killed, 13 injured, police blame explosive parcels — RT News

” Local authorities activated an emergency alert, saying the explosions were triggered by parcel bombs. They called on the public not to open any parcels.”

Guangxi
Guangxi marked in red on a map of Chinese administrative divisions.

Attacks continue for second day.

Yesterday at least 15 and possibly 17 targets were struck by and another blast followed today in the same region.

Another blast rocks China’s Liucheng County after series of deadly explosions — RT News

Some of the clouds and the blast damage makes the claim of the Guangxi police that the devices had been “parcel bombs” hard to believe to say the least.

The massive cloud created by the blast in Liuzhou city yesterday from another angle. It must have been a big parcel.
The massive cloud created by the blast in Liuzhou city yesterday from another angle. It must have been a big parcel.

Targets seem incoherent.

The blasts yesterday targeted a broad and bizarre array of targets that make the motive of the attackers hard to discern.
The targets are listed as including “a shopping mall, a prison, a county government office, a supermarket, a transport station, a hospital, a staff dormitory of animal husbandry, a vegetable market, and a disease control center.” (Source)

China supporting Russia and Syria.

Chinese Navy sets off for Syria – English pravda.ru

Earlier this week a Russian politician, Igor Morozov,and an unnamed Syrian official claimed that China was following the Russian lead and would be offering more overt support to Syria with the first step being a Naval vessel currently traveling to the Eastern Mediterranean.

Igor Morozov stated that- “It is known, that China has joined our military operation in Syria, the Chinese cruiser has already entered the Mediterranean, aircraft carrier follows it,”

The Israeli Debkafile claimed that a Chinese Aircraft Carrier the Liaoning-CV-16 was already in the Port of Tartus along with a cruiser. The idea that a Chinese Aircraft Carrier could somehow sneak into a Syrian port without anyone noticing is hard to believe.

There is actually very little evidence of a Chinese intention to do anything in Syria at all beyond the word of Igor Morozov, who is at least in a position to know.

China’s actions in Syria might easily inspire attacks by proxy forces upon China but these attacks do not really fit the pattern of attacks from the Uighur separatists who are understood to have been co-opted by Western intelligence agencies as a tool to use against China both on the political and military level.

US Sponsored Islamist Insurgency in Xinjiang? China Jails CIA’s Uighur Imams | Global Research

2014 Kunming attack – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kūn Míng Zhàn: Uyghur Knife Attackers Linked to CIA and Dalai Lama | Truth News International

(Non) Conclusion.

Until a better idea has emerged as to the claims against Mr. Wei (described as a local resident) and his affiliations it is not possible to offer even an educated guess as to what might have been behind this.

The images of the damage appear to indicate a series of fairly large scale attacks.

Damaged building in aftermath of parcel bomb, Guangxi, China, September 30th, 2015.
Damaged building in aftermath of parcel bomb, Guangxi, China, September 30th, 2015.
Parcel bomb damage in south west China, September 30th, 2015.
Parcel bomb damage in southern China, September 30th, 2015.
People look on after explosions hit Liucheng county, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, September 30, 2015.
People look on after explosions hit Liucheng county, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, September 30, 2015.

13 deadly explosions hit China’s Guangxi

Explosions in southwest China

Fresh explosion in Liucheng, China, day after series of deadly blasts