May 19, 2024
China's Latest Desperate Attempt to Distract From Its Coronavirus Malfeasance Is Truly Incredible
Not only is the Chinese Communist Party government in Beijing a million times more racist and brutal than American society, but China won’t even play by the rules of the treaty it shamelessly accused the U.S. of breaking.
Not only is the Chinese Communist Party government in Beijing a million times more racist and brutal than American society, but China won’t even play by the rules of the treaty it shamelessly accused the U.S. of breaking.

The People’s Republic of China — notorious for placing Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps and imposing extra coronavirus lockdowns on black people — is accusing the United States of America of “chronic” racism. The regime that put down the Tiananmen Square protests with tanks in 1989 is condemning the U.S. for “police violence.”

The Chinese Communist Party is taking advantage of the lootingvandalism, and arson into which the protests over George Floyd’s death have devolved to distract from its heinous — and indeed racist — malfeasance of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Black lives matter, their human rights need to be guaranteed,” Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Zhao Lijian declared in a press conference on Monday. “Racial discrimination against minorities is a chronic sickness in American society.”

“The current situation shows the severity of racial discrimination and police violence there, as well as the urgency to resolve these issues. We hope the U.S. government can take substantive measures and fulfill its obligations to the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination,” Zhao concluded.

What about China’s racism?

Zhao’s statement is hypocritical in the extreme. He may regret mentioning the United Nations anti-racism convention, considering the fact that U.N. human rights experts expressed alarm about China’s detention of one million or more ethnic Uyghurs in Xinjiang. In 2018, Gay McDougall, a member of the committee to enforce the convention, said that “In the name of combatting religious extremism, China had turned Xinjiang into something resembling a massive internment camp, shrouded in secrecy, a sort of no-rights zone.”

China’s abuse of the Uyghurs is a well-known global scandal, but the Communist Party has also singled out black people for extra quarantines during the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

[Interesting Read]

See Also:

(1) China Isn’t Letting a Pandemic Go to Waste

(2) HKFP Lens: Thousands remember Tiananmen victims and chant pro-democracy slogans across Hong Kong

(3) Thousands of Hongkongers defy police ban to commemorate Tiananmen Massacre victims at Victoria Park

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