Why do those who claim to care about human rights, those who are the first to call those on the right Nazis, seem to not care about what is going on in China, especially concerning the Uyghurs? Take a look at the article below. See if you can read all of these details without crying. Though BBC is generally leftist, I am happy to see them doing some exposés on this subject.

Just a few excerpts from this article then click the photo for the full article, if you have the heart.

"The men always wore masks, Tursunay Ziawudun said, even though there was no pandemic then.

"They wore suits, she said, not police uniforms.

"Sometime after midnight, they came to the cells to select the women they wanted and took them down the corridor to a "black room", where there were no surveillance cameras.

"Several nights, Ziawudun said, they took her.

""Perhaps this is the most unforgettable scar on me forever," she said.

""I don't even want these words to spill from my mouth."

"Tursunay Ziawudun spent nine months inside China's vast and secretive system of internment camps in the Xinjiang region. According to independent estimates, more than a million men and women have been detained in the sprawling network of camps, which China says exist for the "re-education" of the Uighurs and other minorities.

"Human rights groups say the Chinese government has gradually stripped away the religious and other freedoms of the Uighurs, culminating in an oppressive system of mass surveillance, detention, indoctrination, and even forced sterilisation.

"The policy flows from China's President, Xi Jinping, who visited Xinjiang in 2014 in the wake of a terror attack by Uighur separatists. Shortly after, according to documents leaked to the New York Times, he directed local officials to respond with "absolutely no mercy". The US government said last month that China's actions since amounted to a genocide. China says reports of mass detention and forced sterilisation are "lies and absurd allegations".

"First-hand accounts from inside the internment camps are rare, but several former detainees and a guard have told the BBC they experienced or saw evidence of an organised system of mass rape, sexual abuse and torture.

"Tursunay Ziawudun, who fled Xinjiang after her release and is now in the US, said women were removed from the cells "every night" and raped by one or more masked Chinese men. She said she was tortured and later gang-raped on three occasions, each time by two or three men.

"Ziawudun has spoken to the media before, but only from Kazakhstan, where she "lived in constant fear of being sent back to China", she said. She said she believed that if she revealed the extent of the sexual abuse she had experienced and seen, and was returned to Xinjiang, she would be punished more harshly than before. And she was ashamed, she said."

"Then sometime in May 2018 - "I don't remember the exact date, because you don't remember the dates inside there" - Ziawudun and a cellmate, a woman in her twenties, were taken out at night and presented to a Chinese man in a mask, she said. Her cellmate was taken into a separate room.

"As soon as she went inside she started screaming," Ziawudun said. "I don't know how to explain to you, I thought they were torturing her. I never thought about them raping."

The woman who had brought them from the cells told the men about Ziawudun's recent bleeding.

"After the woman spoke about my condition, the Chinese man swore at her. The man with the mask said 'Take her to the dark room'.

"The woman took me to the room next to where the other girl had been taken in. They had an electric stick, I didn't know what it was, and it was pushed inside my genital tract, torturing me with an electric shock."

Ziawudun's torture that first night in the dark room eventually came to an end, she said, when the woman intervened again citing her medical condition, and she was returned to the cell.

About an hour later, her cellmate was brought back.

"The girl became completely different after that, she wouldn't speak to anyone, she sat quietly staring as if in a trance," Ziawudun said. "There were many people in those cells who lost their minds."

Why do so many people who claim to have compassion for the weak and exploited not seem to care about what is happening in China everyday to these people? Why do you act like you care so much about what the Nazis did to the Jews, but you don't care about what the CCP is doing to the Uighurs and others? Why do you think it is okay to do business or have our businesses in a country that does this to its own people? Would you do business with the Nazis were they still in power in Germany?

I say to you that you are hypocrites if you think that white Americans who voted for president Trump are Nazis and white supremacists and should be exposed by the Bank of America to the government, should be doxxed, should be persecuted, but you think it is okay for the Bidens to do business with the CCP. I am calling out the hypocrisy. You are hypocrites if you don't want to know the extent of Hunter Biden's dealings with Chinese businesses and his laundering of money to his father, now president Joe Biden. Even worse if you think that he should have anything whatsoever to do with the DEA other than confessing his crimes. If you don't want to know what is on Hunter Biden's laptop, you are a hypocrite. If you don't want to know if the accusations made against Hunter Biden are true regarding his rape of Chinese prostitutes, perhaps underage sex slaves in China. And I even say to you if you don't want a special investigation into the Bidens' dealing with not just China, but also Russia, you are the ultimate hypocrite.

If you think Marjorie Taylor Greene should have been removed from her committees but you are okay with the man, Eric Swalwell who slept with a Chinese spy keeping his committee assignment on an intel committee, you are a hypocrite.

I will share with you in the related section another article that I wrote regarding this subject. All of the information is there from the U.S. Department of State. Also please check out the article I wrote and few months ago regarding why I refuse to watch the new live action Mulan. 

We should all consider boycotting Chinese made products and Chinese businesses. Did you know that AMC theaters and Smithfield Bacon are owned by Chinese companies? I am boycotting them. We also need to stop allowing China to buy up our farmland. But more importantly, we need to hold our government officials accountable for allowing the CCP to infiltrate our technologies industries, our newspapers and our elected officials.


"Pompeo told members of the conservative Republican Study Committee that as a former lawmaker, he is aware of the threat posed by China but that he did not appreciate "the scope and the scale and the nature" of how close the threat is until he became Central Intelligence Agency director.

""This fight is inside the gates today … Containing where they are today leaves them in our institutions of higher learning. It leaves them in our high schools; it leaves them in our PTA groups. It leaves them inside our city councils and our state legislatures all across America. This is a deep effort that has been going on for 50 years. Republicans and Democrats alike refuse to deal with it, and we started to and did," he said.

""We not only got it right, and frankly, I think there is some bipartisan basis, I hope, that we can continue to get this right," he added.

"He noted that the Trump administration worked successfully to build an "enormous coalition" with the Indians, Australians, Japanese, the South Koreans, and in some parts of Europe to counter China. He said 120 international telecommunications companies have now forsworn any Chinese technology in their system."

Kristina Wong - Breitbart

"The new Mulan movie is facing a barrage of criticism—and promises to boycott—for filming near Chinese concentration camps and then thanking the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for the privilege.

"The filma live-action version of the 1998 Disney cartoon by the same name—is based on Chinese folklore about a young woman (Hua Mulan) who pretends to be a boy so that she can fight in her father's place when he is conscripted into the Chinese army. In a sense, it's a tale about cleverness, bravery, and familial love helping to overcome hardships brought about by a violent and overbearing government.

"That's makes Disney's filming location—Xinjiang—an extra slap in the face. Xinjiang is where China has been holding Uighurs in concentration camps and subjecting them and other Muslim minorities to horrible human rights abuses.


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