CCP "genocide" reflects that of the Nazis in Germany during the holocaust



Monday, February 22, 2021

Uyghur children in Xinjiang Province, China.
(Photo: Flickr/Sherpas 428)


(ChinaAid—Feb. 22, 2021) Bitter Winter recounts that regarding the holocaust years ago, Germany vowed, "Never again..." and apologized for allowing economic decisions to support Hitler’s genocide. Today, as reports have emerged "of systematic sterilization of Uighur women and products made from hair of members of Uighur community," some assert that the genocide the CCP currently practices in Xinjiang reflects the genocide of the Nazis in Germany years ago. 

Currently, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities routinely equate China's reeducation camps for Uyghurs (Turkic-speaking Muslim minority) to boarding schools and vocational training centers. They also claim that China must maintain these detention facilities (which the government denies operating as concentration camps) to counter terrorism and extremism. In contrast to China's claims, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, "China has committed 'genocide and crimes against humanity' by repressing Uighur Muslims in its Xinjiang region...."

According to Newsweek, the CCP detains more than a million, and perhaps more than three million Uighurs, Kazakhs, and other ethnic minorities in concentration camp-like facilities that they classify as "vocational education and training centers." One former "student," Tursunay Ziawudun, who interned nine months in a camp in Xinjiang said that the goal of the CCP "is to destroy everyone [of us]." Nury Turkel, a commissioner on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, identifies the CCP's current actions as unspeakable evil.

Newsweek further reports that in detention camps, Muslims experience:

CCP officials regularly separate children from their parents and house them in prison-like "orphanages." Government authorities routinely force Muslims to eat pork and drink alcohol, two practices diametrically different from their religious belief.


Forced abortions, forced serializations and killings constitute "genocide," as that term is defined in Article II of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, signed in 1948.


There are persistent and credible reports of organ harvesting. Call this murder—and murder, that is, on a mass scale.


Another Newsweek post reports:

A video of hundreds of shaved, bound and blindfolded Uyghur men being loaded onto trains and 13 tons of hair shorn for Uyghur scalps gesture to a harrowing reality: China is conducting a purge of the Uyghur people that includes systemic rape, forced mass sterilization, torture and unprecedented surveillance-terror operations, among other atrocities. As Chinese Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping himself requested in 2014, China now uses “the organs of dictatorship” to show “absolutely no mercy” against the Uyghurs. And as China dismantles with impunity what remains of Uyghur society, multinational companies profit from supply chains stained by forced Uyghur labor.  

Words on prisoners' vests refer to "Kashgar," a city in Xinjiang. This suggests that CCP authorities transferred these men from a detention center in Kashgar to a new facility near Korla, about 1,000 kilometers (approximately 621 miles away).


Today, as CCP authorities imprison Muslims in "vocational education and training centers," and forcibly transport them to "live," work, and die in guarded compounds throughout China for domestic and foreign companies in President Xi's genocide, a question arises. Will Germany remain true to its vow not to support genocide for economic gain?


This question aptly applies to other countries, however, as well as the question, "What's the right thing to do?" For those throughout the world who "know" the truth regarding China's genocide, Could the right thing to do be—to publicize that truth and make a stand against the CCP's unspeakable evil practices?

Perhaps, if more people know and acknowledge the truth regarding China's genocide, they will not have to one day in the future do as Germany regretfully vowed, Never again....


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Better not to vow
than to vow and not pay.

                                                          ~ Ecclesiastes 5:5 (NKJV)




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