Posts Tagged ‘Xinjiang’

US Calls Xinjiang an ‘Open-Air Prison,’ Decries Religious Persecution by China

China’s national flag is seen waving at the Chinese Consulate General in Houston, Texas, July 22, 2020. Photo: Reuters / Adrees Latif. The Chinese government has turned its western Xinjiang province into essentially an “open-air prison,” a US State Department official said on Wednesday as the department published a report that criticized China’s persecution of […]

China urges UN states not to attend Xinjiang event next week

China has urged United Nations member states not to attend an event planned next week by Germany, the United States and Britain on the repression of Uyghur Muslims and other minorities in Xinjiang, according to a note seen by Reuters on Friday. “It is a politically-motivated event,” China’s UN mission wrote in the note, dated […]

Xinjiang Native Speaks Out: “Western Media Jeopardizing Uyghurs Interests”

Posted on April 25, 2021 by Zara Ali By Dan Cohen Source Dan Cohen speaks with Gordon Gao, an ethnic minority and Xinjiang native on the realities of life in Xinjiang, Western media coverage and US-China tensions. [embedded content] WASHINGTON — Dan Cohen speaks with Gordon Gao, Director of Strategic Research at Tsinghua University Endowment Fund […]

Why Xinjiang Is Emerging As The Epicenter Of The US Cold War On China

Above photo: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. The US government’s information warfare against China has produced the “fact” that there is genocide in Xinjiang. Once this has been established, it helps develop diplomatic and economic warfare. On March 22, 2021, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken authorized sanctions against Wang Junzheng, the secretary of the Chinese […]

21 Trapped in Flooded Xinjiang Coal Mine: Chinese State Media

BEIJING—Twenty-one miners are trapped in a flooded coal mine in northwest China’s Xinjiang region, Chinese state news agency Xinhua reported on Sunday, citing a local emergency department. A section of the mine filled with water, leading to power outages just after 6 p.m. on Saturday when 29 miners were working at the site in Hutubi […]

Beijing’s Decades-Long Policies In Xinjiang

Above photo: CGTN. CIA Interference, Funding of Separatist and Terrorist Groups. Central to China’s rise as a global power are the attempts to increase its influence over Xinjiang, the country’s biggest and most mineral rich region. Xinjiang has been part of Chinese territory since the mid-18th century, longer than the existence of the United States, […]

China challenges UN high commissioner: Come to Xinjiang, but not for ‘investigation based on guilty before proven’

China has said that the door to Xinjiang “is always open” for UN High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet, after she claimed Muslim Uighurs are suffering arbitrary detention and ill-treatment in the area. The statement was made on Tuesday by the Chinese delegation to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva in response to comments by Bachelet […]

China claims Tibet and Xinjiang are ‘shining examples’ of human rights ‘progress’

China, which has been accused of genocide of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, on Monday said that the region, along with Tibet are ‘shining examples’ of human rights ‘progress’. Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the remarks on Monday while speaking at a foreign ministry sponsored forum aimed at “Bringing China-US Relations Back to the Right Track.” […]

Xinjiang: An In-Depth Analysis and Resource Compilation

Source Based on a handful of think tank reports and witness testimonies, Western governments have levied false allegations of genocide and slavery in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. A closer look makes clear that the politicization of China’s anti-terrorism policies in Xinjiang is another front of the U.S.-led hybrid war on China. This resource compilation provides […]

Xinjiang: In-Depth Analysis And Resources

Based on a handful of think tank reports and witness testimonies, Western governments have levied false allegations of genocide and slavery in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. A closer look makes clear that the politicization of China’s anti-terrorism policies in Xinjiang is another front of the U.S.-led hybrid war on China. This resource compilation provides a […]

Xinjiang Hospitals Aborted Babies, Including Newborns, Spaced Out Less Than Three Years: Uyghur Obstetrician

Photo Credit: Sean Chiu/Wikimedia Commons (Radio Free Asia) — Hospitals in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) were forced to abort and kill babies born in excess of family planning limits or who were in utero less than three years after the mother’s previous birth, according to a Uyghur obstetrician and other sources. Hasiyet […]

Xinjiang And Uyghurs – What You’re Not Being Told

Xinjiang And Uyghurs – What You’re Not Being Told “1 million Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps!” … “Ethnic Cleansing and Cultural Genocide!” … the western media is very effective at using emotional phrases. But what’s the real story? Let’s go beyond exaggeration, distortion and sensationalism. First of all, the media will never show the peaceful, […]

Saudis Have Lost the Oil War

F. William Engdahl (NEO) : Poor Saudi Arabia. They don’t realize it yet but they have lost their oil war. The war in its current phase began in September, 2014, when the dying King Abdullah and his Minister of Petroleum, Ali Al-Naimi, told US Secretary of State John Kerry they would gladly join Washington in […]

Fight for $15 – Labor’s Big Bang or Not Will AFL-CIO Jump In?

Carl Finamore (nsnbc) : There are only two flashpoints in American history where labor unions became center stage in politics. I will call these “Big Bang” moments because they propelled the American Federation of Labor (AFL) after 1886 and the Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO) after 1935, from fledgling organizing committees into mass organizations directly […]

Bangkok Bombing Appears to Have Been Done by Chinese Moslem

Andrew AnglinDaily Stormer September 2, 2015 Well. It looks like the worst of both world’s is true of the Bangkok bombing. It is both a Moslem issue and a Chinese issue. New York Times: The Thai police said Wednesday that their main suspect in a deadly attack on a Bangkok shrine has a Chinese passport […]

China uses 9/11 to crack down on Xinjiang region

AFP Sunday, September 11, 2011 BEIJING — Over the past decade China has used the global “war on terror” to jail thousands of ethnic Muslim Uighurs in the far-western and restive Xinjiang region, according to a minority rights group. Beijing has attributed any social unrest in Xinjiang to the forces of “terrorism, separatism and religious […]

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