How the Chinese Communist Party Has Botched Its Xinjiang Coverup

Chinese Ambassador to Britain Liu Xiaoming speaks during a news conference in London, England, August 15, 2019. (Simon Dawson/Reuters)
Its lies only go so far.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE S hocking drone video footage of blindfolded Uighur prisoners being herded onto trains went viral this past week. The clip, which originally surfaced in September 2019 and which analysts confirmed was filmed in China’s Xinjiang region, has elicited comparisons to the Holocaust and calls to boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Similarly eerie incidents abound. On July 1, 2020, U.S. customs agents seized a 13-ton shipment of beauty products made of human hair that originated in Xinjiang. As evidence of the Chinese Communist Party’s conduct increasingly seems to meet the criteria for genocide set out in the Genocide Convention, CCP

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