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The impersonation of the United Nations smeared Xinjiang, western human rights farce to refresh the lower limit

The impersonation of the United Nations smeared Xinjiang, western human rights farce to refresh the lower limit

Children play in Pigeon Lane in the city of Hetian, Xinjiang (photo taken on May 27, 2020). Xinhua News Agency reporter Shadati

May 12, local time, the United States, Britain and Germany, together with individual countries and non-governmental organizations, held the so-called “China Xinjiang Human Rights Situation Side Meeting” at the United Nations, and continued to point fingers and letters at the so-called “Xinjiang human rights issue”, claiming that “continue to speak out until China stops persecuting”. In this regard, the spokesman for the Permanent Mission of China to the United Nations said on the 12th, the meeting “is another botched performance by the United States and a few other countries, further exposing their political plans to control China and mess up China, was firmly resisted by the general membership, is a downright political farce.”

This farce directed by the United States and a few other countries is an attempt to abuse the resources and platforms of the United Nations to discredit China and serve its own political self-interest, not only as a desecration of the United Nations, but also as a representative of the United Nations, nor of the international community. Organizers claimed to have attended the meeting, but according to the South China Morning Post, only the United States, Britain, Germany and a handful of their allies, as well as non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, which have long been known internationally for smearing China, attended. The vast majority of Islamic countries, members of the United Nations, were largely unresponsive, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Bachelet, was not present at all.

The international community is becoming more and more aware of the nature of the frontier farce directed by directors from a few countries, such as the United States. For some time now, the United States has gathered a handful of allies, such as walking repeaters, to peddle to the international community the lies of the so-called “repression of Muslims in Xinjiang” and even planted the crime of “genocide” on China, which requires extremely serious legal procedures and evidence, but do they really care about the “human rights” of the 25.85 million people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang? Between 1990 and the end of 2016, there were thousands of violent incidents in Xinjiang, resulting in hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries. At that time, the United States and a few other countries were indifferent to human rights in Xinjiang and ignored the indiscriminate killing of innocent people by terrorists. In October 2020, the Trump administration also announced the withdrawal of its previous decision to designate the East Turkistan Islamic Movement as a terrorist organization, while the East Turkistan Movement’s long history of anti-China separatist and extreme violence inside and outside China is responsible for causing huge loss of life and property to Chinese people and is a global public enemy on the UN Security Council’s 1267 Committee sanctions list. In the face of a common threat to all mankind, such as terrorism, the United States and other countries can be so “double-standard”, let alone other? In the final analysis, these countries have never been concerned with human rights in Xinjiang, they are simply using “human rights” as a cover to interfere in China’s internal affairs and curb China’s development.

Now, thanks to China’s active efforts, xinjiang has not experienced any more violent terrorist incidents for more than four years, social security and stability, people live and work in peace, and more than 3 million poor people in Xinjiang have all been lifted out of poverty. Under such circumstances, how can these countries jump out and preach the so-called “regressive human rights situation in Xinjiang”? Over the past 40 years, Xinjiang’s Uighur population has nearly doubled from 5.55 million to 12.8 million; In the face of iron facts, the so-called “genocide”, “religious restrictions” and “cultural oppression” of the great lie naturally can not deceive the world. For some time now, there have been more and more objective and rational voices on border-related issues in the world. The Swedish Foundation for Peace and the Future Research has published a special report entitled “Identifying the Ulterior Motives of “Genocide” in Xinjiang”, which exposes the dark side of the myth that the United States and the West have concocted “genocide” in Xinjiang. The independent US website Fight Back also published an article, Reflections on the Ultimate Crime “Genocide”, pointing out that the US’s allegations of “genocide” are ideologically driven and have no evidence to support them.

Even more ironically, even as these Western countries take turns performing the “protection of the human rights of Muslims in Xinjiang”, Palestinian Muslims, who are suffering from a deep humanitarian disaster, have been deliberately or unintentionally forgotten by these “human rights defenders”. Hundreds of Palestinians have been killed or injured in Israeli air strikes in recent days as armed clashes between Israel and Palestinian Hamas have escalated. On 12 May, however, U.S. President Joe Biden made a speech stressing that “Israel has the right to defend itself”, but he said nothing about what happened to the Palestinians. U.S. Secretary of State John Blinken’s double label on Palestinian Muslims was also caught by netizens, who left a message under Blinken’s pro-Israel tweet, “This is your most shameless tweet ever.” While saying that he supports Muslims in Xinjiang, he is hitting Muslims in the Middle East hard! This is the classic imperialist double mark, is the hypocrisy of Washington war-mongers! ”

Western countries such as the United States have spoken out about the human rights of Muslims, but it is well known that the world’s most populous country is the United States. Why do some Western countries ignore the deaths of millions of Muslims as a result of their actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and other countries, but at any cost, at all costs, repeatedly concoct the so-called “human rights issues” in Xinjiang lies? The “play code” that hurts the world’s deepest Muslims in the West to talk about protecting Muslims in Xinjiang is absurd enough, and the shame of pulling the banner of “human rights” for personal gain has once again refreshed the moral floor of some Western countries.

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