Here we go again. Yes, it’s China! I couldn’t get my head around the Yahoo news item about the latest attack on the US and its allies by the communist state. The heading: ‘China says the US and its allies must be held accountable for human rights violations in Afghanistan.’ Deary, deary, dear. Harebrained, kooky!
Here were the three main points garbled by the Chinese Ambassador to the UN, Chen Xu, who said that the US and its allies would be held accountable for human rights violations in the war in Afghanistan. And, that these countries have caused ‘great suffering’ while ‘under the banner of democracy and human rights.’ Oh, really? And whilst these words were being used, within the past seven days, China has been establishing friendly relations with the Taliban after the Islamist group’s takeover of the country. Chen continued but did not specify what the alleged violations were, but said the US and other countries caused “great suffering” with their military intervention in sovereign countries “under the banner of democracy and human rights.”
Look, I am British, and proud of my nationality but back in 2001 Tony Blair, by following in the dark shadow of George W. Bush like a sheep, got us involved in a war in Afghanistan which I deplored from Day 1. I detested our involvement and as time went by, more and more British dead bodies came home in coffins. Anyway, this article is about the Chinese mentality and its human rights abuses.
I mean China invaded Tibet back in the 50s and conducted some of the most horrendous atrocities in that country. And, as usual, history keeps repeating itself. Today, and for the past 18 months or so, the largest mass detention of people since the Holocaust is happening right now in 2021. More than 3 million people identifying as Uighur or other Muslim ethnic minorities in China have been held against their will in internment camps in Xinjiang province. The threats against the Uighurs go all the way back to the 40s and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has always seen these Muslims as a threat to the communist way of life – surprise, surprise! The reality of these internment (concentration) camps is despicable beyond all human understanding. Information about what is going on inside these camps comes from former prisoners or friends of prisoners. We do know that over three million people, Uighurs and other Muslim ethnic minorities, have been detained in these camps. There are reports of political indoctrination, torture, sexual assault, forced sterilisation, and involuntary labour. Hitler would have applauded the CCP. Hundreds of mosques have been destroyed in Xinjiang. The Uighur people are not allowed to practice their religion where praying, fasting, Islamic weddings, Eid celebrations, Islamic greetings, and halal food are all banned. Mr. Chen, THESE are human rights violations!
But of course, the Chinese regime under dictator Xi Jinping, would NOT call these human rights violations? Nope! This is what I would term human rights extermination!
Meanwhile, China is now banging on about the US and its allies for the chaos that has ensued after the Taliban took Kabul. And here we have China as one of a few of the world’s first nations to recognise the Islamic Taliban terrorist state of Afghanistan. Hypocrisy is the word. Oh, and Beijing has been widely speculated to be checking a possible $1 trillion takeover of Afghanistan’s vast mineral deposits there. And then we have Chen’s lovely statement: “We will continue developing a good neighbourly, friendly, and co-operative relationship with Afghanistan and continue our constructive role in its process of peace and reconstruction,”
This is the deceiving and fraudulent government of China today, folks!Recommend0 Simily SnapsPublished in