Wednesday, April 17, 2019

China’s Genocide

From The Stream:
The lesson of the Baren Massacre? If any nation would forcibly kill large groups of defenseless people in the womb it will also, sooner or later, go on to kill them outside the womb. And 29 years later, that is exactly what’s happening in East Turkistan. Don’t take it from us. Listen to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It estimates that the Chinese government currently holds at least 1 million (mostly Uyghur) citizens in so-called “counter-extremism centers.” And another 2 million in so-called “re-education camps.” Some people survive these camps. They report what goes on in them:
  • Brainwashing.
  • Beatings.
  • Torture.
  • Rape.
  • Involuntary medication.
  • Forced abortions.
  • Forced sterilizations. And even
  • Summary executions.

We’ve Known About This for a Decade

Back in 2009, Radio Free Asia told the world:
China’s official Tianshan Net reported that population control policies in Occupied East Turkistan (“Xinjiang,” as the Chinese Communist Party calls it) have prevented the births of some 3.7 million people over the last 30 years…. The one-child policy is enforced more strictly in cities, but penalties for exceeding a family’s quota can be severe, including job loss, demotion, or expulsion from the Party, experts say.
That was ten years ago. But for these afflicted people, nothing has changed. (Read more.)

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