Many of America’s most profitable enterprises have begun relentlessly pushing social justice messages on American consumers while simultaneously turning a blind eye to the ungodly human rights violations happening in China today.
Luckily, the lid has completely blown and Communist China can no longer cover up their genocide — but they sure are trying.
The Xinjiang region of China has multiple concentration camps in operation today. The communist country for years has been on a mission to genocide Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities while spinning its strategy as “progress”.
The #XinjiangPoliceFiles show that the mass internments in Xinjiang were carefully planned & executed w/ Beijing's knowledge, based on a 5-year plan: 2017 to 2021.
— Adrian Zenz (@adrianzenz) May 26, 2022
This week, a photo dump took the internet by storm after the Xinjiang Police mainframe was hacked. Gruesome images of racial torture, prison confinement, and other inhumane acts were strewn throughout various social media platforms causing Chinese officials to panic.
Since @NBA @MiamiHeat is so committed to social justice and has pledged to “speak the truth” when can we expect you to condemn the genocide of Uyghur Muslims being committed by your business partners in China? pic.twitter.com/KisEdAdxJD
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) May 26, 2022
Anyone that denies what China is doing to Uygurs is a fascist and should be treated as such its not "anti imperialist" to do genocide denial I hope they die a horrible death like a fascist should pic.twitter.com/ouazf1Hn3x
— Komrade_161💣🏴🚩 (@Komrade5738) May 24, 2022
Leaked #Xinjiang/#China police documents reveal thousands of photos of survivors and details of life inside the concentration camps, including a police shoot to kill policy for those trying to escape.
— Enes FREEDOM (@EnesFreedom) May 24, 2022
Leaked pics from inside CCP concentration camps in Xinjiang pic.twitter.com/eaWqMDpgak
— WLVN Analysis🔍 (@TheLegateIN) May 24, 2022
The photo leak prompted communist officials in China to unleash its online propaganda efforts to quell some of the backlash the harrowing images caused. Their efforts were futile, however, as many were shocked by the level of brutality currently underway in China.
A spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy, Liu Pengyu, attempted to get out ahead of the scandal and released a statement following the Xinjian hack.
“The issue Xinjiang faces is not about ethnicity, religion or human rights,” Liu Pengyu said, adding, “Rather, it is about fighting violence, terrorism and separatism.”
The undeniable similarities between the communist justification of torture and the American left’s justifications for targeting white, conservative, Christians can not go unsaid. Both use “terrorism” as the main driver behind their respective torture methods, but in reality it’s about eliminating an entire race (or political class) to tighten their stronghold on power.
Without directly addressing China’s concentration camps, Liu defended China’s practices, saying that “[t]he people of Xinjiang have been working hard together and have achieved a historic transformation.”
“Thanks to the preventive counter-terrorism and de-radicalization efforts, Xinjiang, a place that once suffered gravely from terrorism, hasn’t encountered a single violent, terrorist incident over the past three years,” Liu said.
Meanwhile, documents show that Chinese government officials repeatedly refer to Uyghur Muslims as a “virus” who are “infected” by religious and ideological “symptoms.” The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) also listed a series of imprisonable offenses for Uyghurs, including “wearing a veil”, and having a “beard”.
Still, Chinese officials largely ignore the bombshell evidence of their ongoing genocide by diverting attention to what they consider major communist accomplishments, like their plan to end “extreme poverty.”
So as American corporations continue preaching social justices messages in an effort to increase profit margins, which alienates most of the country, it’s increasingly important to expose their willingness to do business with a country willing to eliminate its ethnic minorities.
Author: Asa McCue