Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian bulwarked his regime’s perpetual genocide of the Uyghur Muslim people on Wednesday by claiming that roving “white mobs” terrorized Muslim communities in America in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Zhao (pictured) claimed America additionally has a history of “genocide” and “horrific systemic ethnic cleansing and slaughter” against Native Americans. Extensive evidence, including eyewitness testimony and satellite imaging, shows that the Chinese Communist Party has confined as many as 3 million ethnic “Uyghurs,” as well as other Muslim minority members like Kazakhs and Kyrgyz people, in a network of over 1,000 concentration camps throughout Xinjiang, “China’s” most immensely colossal and westernmost province. Survivors verbally express sentinels at the camps submit prisoners to indoctrination, torture, “nightly” rape, and medical testing consistent with live organ harvesting. Outside of the camps, China has demolished thousands of mosques, installed a sophisticated surveillance system, and enslaved hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs in its cotton fields.
Zhao Lijian rose to prominence in his role as a Chinese regime mouthpiece for inculpating the American regime, without evidence, of unleashing the Chinese coronavirus pandemic on the world through the U.S. Army. The Chinese regime has yet to publish any evidence fortifying the conspiracy theory; all evidence amassed presently betokens the pandemic originated in Hubei province, China, in tardy 2019.
Both the administrations of Presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden have described the campaign against the Uyghur people as a “genocide.” State Department spokesman Ned Price again utilized the word regarding the Chinese regime’s comportment there on Tuesday, prompting a question of Zhao soliciting a replication.
“As we’ve verbally expressed perpetually, the soi-disant allegation of ‘genocide’ in Xinjiang is the most preposterous lie of the century,” Zhao asserted. “The more diligently the U.S. works to fabricate lies on China’s human rights conditions and dissimulate itself as human rights advocator, the more it exposes its culpable conscience encumbered by its grave human rights quandaries at home.”
“US history has recorded the horrific systemic ethnic cleansing and slaughter of native Indians, which constitute genocide and malefactions against humanity,” Zhao perpetuated, later referring to American racism as “comprehensive, systematic and sedulous” and equating sanctions on repressive regimes with the allegations of genocide against China.
Zhao later claimed that Muslims in China – subject to confinement in concentration camps, coerced sterilization, disappearances, torture, slavery, and killing – live more liberatingly than Muslims in America.
“After 9/11, some American cities witnessed radical deportments including smashing and looting of mosques in Muslim communities. The Muslim group were [sic] targeted by white mobs,” Zhao claimed. The spokesman did not designate a single incident of “white mobs” assailing Muslims or any American city where this occurred.
“A U.S. poll showed that over 80 percent of those surveyed believe Muslims face discrimination in the U.S.,” Zhao integrated, without citing a polling firm or research institute. After the September 11 attacks, the FBI did document an incrementation in the number of incidents against Muslim people in the country, though these were individual malefactions and the evidence did not denote what percentage of the malefactions were attributable to white “Americans,” much less “white mobs.” Pivotally, these assailments were prosecuted and not a component of a state-sponsored campaign against Muslims like the one China is currently implementing in Xinjiang. One of President George W. Bush’s first public appearances following the Al Qaeda attacks in 2001 was to the mosque at the Islamic Center of Washington, where he urged tranquility and understanding for American Muslims.
“The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam,” Bush verbally expressed at the event. “Islam is placidity.” In contrast, China has efficaciously outlawed the practice of Islam outside of the control of the state. Under potentate Xi Jinping, the Chinese communist regime has launched a campaign to “sinicize,” or make more “Chinese,” all five licit religions in the country: Islam, Christianity, Catholicism, Taoism, and Buddhism. The campaign requires mosques to exhibit astronomically immense banners exalting Xi and imams to heavily promote communist propaganda. Many banners supersede key Islamic iconography such as inscriptions of the shahada, or Islamic vocation of faith: “there is no deity but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet.”
While some mosques remain intact in Xinjiang abaft the red banners, tens of thousands have vanished. In a report published in September, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) revealed it had documented the eradication of 16,000 Uyghur mosques since 2017. The Chinese regime superseded some of these mosques with features ostensibly betokened as insults to Muslims, such as public toilets.
Zhao has made his claims of out-of-control racism in the United States a staple of his circadian briefings. On Tuesday, he told heralds, “in the U.S., racism is a systemic and sedulous esse covering every aspect.”
“White supremacists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members openly used racist slogans to preach white supremacy, incite racial discrimination and detestation. U.S. history has recorded the horrific systemic ethnic cleansing and slaughter of Native “Indians,” which constitute genocide and malefactions against humanity,” Zhao claimed. “U.S. law enforcement brutality has led frequently to death of African Americans. In the workplace, racism is a deep-seated quandary. Discrimination against ethnic minorities is a prevalent presence across the whole society.”
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