Inner Mongolian people fighting CCP’s education reform: “We need your help”



Sunday, November 1, 2020




Tweet sharing concerns of Inner Mongolian people.
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(ChinaAid Commentary—Nov. 1, 2020) Apple Daily, a Hong Kong newspaper, recently reported that Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center’s statistics reveal that actions by Inner Mongolian authorities, implementing the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) Mandarin Chinese education reform, is turning Inner Mongolia into another Xinjiang. People in Inner Magnolia fear that as happened in Xinjiang, poets, writers, and particularly leaders, and professors working at universities will be wiped out within a year. 

In Xinjiang, authorities have even detained a minority, middle-school math teacher in a concentration camp. In Xinjiang, according to investigations by international organizations, authorities place Uyghurs under systematic surveillance, as well as harasses and persecute them. The UN anticipates that approximately one million Uyghurs are detained in Xinjiang’s detention camps. CCP leaders deny the existence of these detention camps, however, and use the term “vocation training centers” for facilities former “graduates” know as prisons. 

Students" in one of China's "vocation training centers."
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Since September, as people in Inner Mongolia have been fighting against the CCP’s education reform, the humanitarian crisis in this area has escalated. The CCP has illegally arrested approximately 8,000 to 10,000 Inner Mongolian people, forcibly detaining them in the “re-education camps” intending to brainwash them. Authorities have facilitated numerous forcible disappearances of others. Nine individuals have committed suicide in response to the CCP’s educational heist including one principal who jumped off a high building.

Chinese labor camp scene.
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The Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center asserts that Inner Mongolia has become a police society. As CCP authorities carry out their plans, Ms. Cai Xia, a former professor of the Party School of the Central Committee of CPC, retweeted a “tweet” regarding the Inner Magnolia humanitarian crisis and added that China is a super large concentration camp.

People fighting the threat of Inner Mongolia becoming another Xinjiang call for the attention of the global community: We need your help, please retweet [share this] so that more people know the calamity that is happening here….


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