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The German foreign minister demanded that the UN provide a report on the plight of China’s Uyghur Muslim minorities.
On Thursday, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock encouraged the UN Human Rights Office to release a report on the plight of Uyghur Muslims in China that it has compiled. Baerbock said in a video statement to the 47-nation United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva that the global organization needs “greater transparency.”
According to Newsmax, Baerbock said during his speech, “We encourage the High Commissioner (for Human Rights) to publish your findings on the incarceration of members of the Muslim Uyghur community – and we call on Beijing to give free access.”
Diplomats in Geneva have been claiming for months that the Uyghur report detailing their situation in China’s western Xinjiang province under the Chinese communist dictatorship is nearing completion. However, the office of United Nations Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet stated that the report was delayed.
In the meantime, China continues to persecute Uyghur Muslims and others who advocate for them. According to The Print, a Chinese edict has ordered the closure of up to 160 groups committed to researching and teaching traditional Uyghur culture and other languages, as part of the communist regime’s attempt to eradicate Uyghur culture.
“The Chinese government’s program of elimination, or, in its own words, this ‘war on terror,’ is a war on the Uyghurs,” Kasimjan Abdurehim, founder of the Atlan Vocational Training School of Uyghurs, told Radio Free Asia.
Abdurehim countered, “This is evidence. The cancellation, or removal, of these Uyghur-run institutions and organizations from the list is one little piece of evidence that the Chinese government’s policies are reaching new heights.”
Abdurehim now lives in the United States and is emphasizing how many Uyghurs formed the “canceled” social groups, research institutions, and schools on the list. He went on to say that the communist administration began cracking down on Uyghur cultural institutions roughly four years ago.
According to Chinese media reports on the websites of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps and the Urumqi municipal government, the Civil Affairs Bureau of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) issued a “notice of revocation of registration certificates and seals of the legal representatives of social organizations” on February 22.
The order to close Uyghur organizations, according to Abdurehim, demonstrates that the new Xinjiang Communist Party Secretary Ma Xingrui will follow in the footsteps of previous Chinese officials in the region who have attempted to persecute the Uyghurs. According to Kasimjan, Chinese officials have already closed down a vocational school founded in 2013, as well as the Atlan Language School founded in 2006.
The Atlantan School, which has branches in different Xinjiang prefectures, taught Uyghur pupils foreign languages and computer programming. Between 2006 and 2017, it served up to 100,000 pupils.
Meanwhile, the Chinese government is pursuing cultural relics of the Uyghurs, such as the Uyghur muqam, a “musical mode and set of melodic formulas that drive improvisation and composition in Uyghur music.” Other repertoires are also being targeted by the communist regime in nations across Europe.
The European Uyghur Ensemble, which has played Uyghur muqam, denounced the Muqam Research Society’s closure, calling it “one piece of clear evidence of Uyghur culture’s continuous annihilation.”
It’s imperative that we take note of China’s use of DNA sequencing data to produce biometric facial recognition software. This armed the Chinese communist party with the ability to find any face, as long as they’ve attained DNA samples from the subject before hand. But as we know, the CCP has already done that among other jurassic measures. So the question remains, why has the American public not been made aware of the lengths that the CCP has gone to persecute these people?
The answer to that is simple, it’s because many Americans will see the most raw results of malicious intent behind a computer. This single topic of conversation alone is enough to make someone who takes interest in technology wonder what is next for America. Considering the divide we’ve seen in society due to COVID-19 propaganda. The person next to you on a bus could be experiencing life in America completely bought into Fauci’s lies. But your choice to refuse vaccination could become troublesome for the sleeping sheep. Only because the lying “omniscient” medical practitioners suggest as such. Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.
The recent decision by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to withdraw the “China Initiative,” a Trump-era effort to disrupt Chinese Communist Party (CCP) economic espionage, is “another show of weakness” by the Biden administration, according to a US lawmaker.
“The CCP has stolen trillions of dollars in American intellectual property, destroyed millions of American jobs, and transformed American students and researchers into Chinese spies,” said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) in a statement released on Feb. 23.
“Yet today, the Biden administration stated that the project entrusted with combating China’s extraordinary internal sabotage and aggression will be canceled because it is racist.”
He also described the program’s termination as “another example of weakness from a government more concerned with being politically acceptable than safeguarding Americans.”
Following a review of its policies prompted by charges of racial discrimination and mishandled cases, the Department of Justice announced the closure of the China Initiative on Feb. 23.
The Trump administration launched the program in 2018 to combat national security concerns posed by the CCP’s employment of espionage, fraud, and cybercrime against the US. Academics and Chinese Americans, on the other hand, were outspoken in their criticism of the program, claiming that it was discriminatory and harmed research.
The assessment, led by Assistant Attorney General Matthew Olsen, found no evidence to support charges of bias, but the “perception” of bias was severe enough to warrant the program’s cancellation.
“Make no mistake,” Olsen added in a statement, “we will be unrelenting in defending our country against China.”
“However, our analysis convinced us that a new approach is required to address the most serious dangers posed by a variety of hostile nation-states.”
The program, according to Olsen, would be replaced with a larger approach concentrating on a variety of challenges posed by nation-states.
When the program was first launched, Ian Prior, who was the DOJ deputy director of public affairs at the time, claimed it was critical in exposing the CCP’s massive theft of research and technology.
Prior told The Epoch Times during a Feb. 24 interview at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, that incidents like the CCP’s attempt to acquire genetically modified rice revealed how widespread such espionage is.
“I believe that is precisely their aim,” Prior said, “where [the CCP] are attempting to basically steal our intellectual property in order to grow their power, production, and technology.”
He went on to say that the CCP differs from other possible rivals like Russia in that it does not pursue a policy of spreading disruption and dissension, preferring instead to skim and steal consistently.
“China’s model is to go out there and take from America to enhance themselves,” Prior remarked. “Stolen trade secrets, stolen intellectual property, having scientists work for corporations and then sending it back to China.”
“That will eventually create a situation where the intellectual property and the economic worth of the things that are happening in America will be transferred to China via espionage.”
Prior’s comments reflected those of specialists such as Timothy Heath, a senior defense analyst for the Rand Corporation, who stated the China Initiative was required to protect the United States from CCP espionage.
“The CCP has made no secret of their goal to control the most cutting-edge technology and industries, and they have directed their bureaucracies and officials to acquire such technologies by any means necessary,” Heath added.
Despite Cotton’s comments, Prior expressed some optimism that the decision to end the China Initiative was not partisan, and that the US will seek to reduce its internal conflicts and focus more on the rest of the globe.
“I would certainly hope that political ideology and political partisanship wouldn’t play a role in the Department of Justice’s national security operations, specifically when it comes to our adversaries,” Prior said.
“Nobody really thinks about these kinds of issues until we get a situation like we’re in now, where you have Russia and Ukraine,” he added. “It’s generally the way it has always worked in America, where they focus inward, as opposed to worrying about the global scene.”
It’s no surprise that the Biden administration has deemed this initiative “racist”, as a scapegoat to not face the inevitable threat that China poses. The international espionage conducted by the CCP will continue unchecked until their plan to become technologically autonomous is fulfilled.
We can expect a falling empire like the CCP to attempt to drag everyone down with them, because that’s what cowards do. If they don’t find the technological autonomy they’re looking for, and fast, they’ll be knocking down Taiwan’s back door demanding cooperation. These are the details required to have a firm grasp on the reality and restraints foreign nations must impose on each other to protect their own self interest. China however, has no interest in conducting any of it’s business without violating national security or provoking foreign super powers and they must be put in check. 1 Peter 4:12-14 Says this: “Beloved, do not be surprised at the fiery trial when it comes upon you to test you, as though something strange were happening to you. But rejoice insofar as you share Christ’s sufferings, that you may also rejoice and be glad when his glory is revealed. If you are insulted for the name of Christ, you are blessed, because the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you.”
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