Most of the denunciations against the United States have been made at press conferences with foreign media in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China, but the Japanese media continue to ignore it. The following is a list of important articles such as the People's Daily that reported this.
As repeatedly emphasized in this blog, the general Japanese have historically been imprinted with opposition and contempt for China, which the United States and Britain have successfully used to govern Japan, the defeated nation. The longing for the United States and Europe since the Meiji era and the aversion to China are exquisitely combined with the complex, and it is easy to close the eyes on the contradictions contained in the United States, Europe and the West.
The number of accesses to this blog has dropped significantly since "1 on the occasion of visiting the United States". "Which country is the country that violates human rights?" The US-China offensive and defense over the genocide is almost ignored. A glance at the headline makes you wonder if it's reflexively repelled.
US Human Rights Violations, The Five Deadly Sins
Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, answered a question at a regular press conference on the 7th about the inappropriate remarks made by the US on the pretext of human rights issues.
[Reporter] On the 6th, US State Department spokesman Price announced that the measures taken by the US side are significant in the issues of concern of the US side such as "genocide" in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region by China. What is your comment on this as the Chinese side?
[Spokesperson Zhao] We have repeatedly stated that the so-called "genocide" in Xinjiang is a lie of the turbulent century. The more the US side makes up a human rights lie about China "without getting tired of it," the more it proves its suspicion of a human rights situation that cannot be easily resolved. The cloak of invisibility of human rights in the United States has finally become unobtrusive of the evils it has committed, and history and current circumstances have already recorded and manifested each and every charge of human rights violations. Some of them are listed below.
The first deadly sin is colonialism . Nearly 100 years after its founding, the United States slaughtered and slaughtered Native Americans as they wished by pioneering the West. The Native American population, which was 5 million at the end of the 15th century, plummeted to 250,000 at the beginning of the 20th century .
The second deadly sin is racism . Racism is holistic, systematic and persistent in the United States. The United Nations Commission on the Elimination of Racism (CERD) has early pointed out that African Americans face systemic racism in their rights to health, employment, education and fair trials. Since the spread of the new coronavirus, hate crimes against Asians have increased by 150% since March last year.
The third deadly sin is the turbulent "export . " The wars and military actions that the United States has launched in about 80 countries around the world under the name of "War on Terror" since 2001 have killed more than 800,000 people. Of these, about 330,000 are ordinary people, and tens of millions have lost their homes in many countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. The United States and Europe supported the "Arab Spring" tactics and caused ongoing turmoil in many countries in West Asia and North Africa.
The fourth deadly sin is interferenceism . For many years, the United States has been interfering with sovereign states, ignoring the principles of the Charter of the United Nations: respect for national sovereignty and non-intervention in domestic affairs, under the banner that human rights are above sovereignty. The United States has also imposed unilateral sanctions on some developing countries, creating a serious humanitarian crisis.
The fifth deadly sin is the double standard . The U.S. side ignores the reality of the development and prosperity of Xinjiang and the fact that 25 million people of each ethnic group are united and friendly, and arbitrarily "genocide" to China based only on the claims of a few perjuries. Is labeled as. But in 2017, the United States promulgated the only ban in the world targeting only the Islamic community. In a US poll, more than 80% of respondents acknowledged that "Muslims are facing discrimination in the United States."
For a long time, the United States has deceived itself and others, advocating the so-called "model of human rights," while unscrupulously playing with double standards on human rights issues and using human rights as a tool for maintaining its hegemony. We advise the United States not to criticize or direct other countries, to abandon arrogance and prejudice, to face the serious human rights issues that exist in their own country, to re-examine them, and to take appropriate measures to improve them. (Edit NA)
Former FBI interpreter reveals U.S. attempt to Xinjiang
2021 years 04 May 16 days
At a regular press conference on the 14th of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs , spokesman Zhao Lijian answered questions about the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
[Reporter] A video of a 2015 interview with Xinjiang-related interview with former Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) interpreter Sibel Edmonds has just come to light. "We argue that the Xinjiang ethnic minorities do not have their own land, China is slaughtering and afflicting them, and they need to set up a military base there," Edmonds said in a video. We haven't cared about these people because they aren't in our interests unless they're available or we can achieve our goals . " What is your comment on this as the Chinese side?
[Zhao spokesman (from showing the video to domestic and foreign reporters) before, to you my colleagues here, Powell former US serves as the top of the Secretary of State office of Mr. Lawrence Wilkerson 2018 year 8 month I showed a video of the remarks. He said the third reason for the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan is that there are 20 million Uighurs in Xinjiang, China, and the best way for the CIA to break China's stability is to upset China. He said without hiding that if the CIA made good use of them and continued to inspire the Chinese government with them, it could collapse China directly from the inside without the need for external forces . Besides these two videos, I would like to share some facts.
(Followed by showing the number of sheets of photo) The first photo, 2020 year 12 May 10 National Endowment for Democracy (days NED 's what) have posted their own official Twitter. They have been providing large amounts of financial support to the separatist forces in Xinjiang since 2004 . In the map of the photo, part of Xinjiang and other provinces of China (autonomous regions and directly controlled cities) are painted in different colors, and there is also the flag of "East Turkistan Islamic Movement" ( ETI M ).
The following photo reveals that NED is on its website and that the so-called "East Turkestan" World Uyghur Congress is eligible for NED funding . Who in the world would call Xinjiang "East Turkestan"? Last year, the US Ambassador to Turkey met with the head of a local East Turkestan organization. A former FBI agent said in a video you watched earlier, "A special agent in Operation Gladio sent Xinjiang out of the country, trained them, handed them out weapons, and then returned them to China." Reminiscent of the story. The US ambassador to Turkey has no choice but to ask what he said at the meeting with the anti-Chinese molecule. What is "Operation Gladio"? Is the purpose of the United States the disaster and turmoil of Xinjiang?
These are just the tip of the iceberg, a foxtail millet of the US side's deliberate conspiracy to use Xinjiang to curb China. We have reason to believe that more evidence that US anti-Chinese forces are using Xinjiang to suppress China will be exposed by more conscientious media and intellectuals. We believe that all lies and hoaxes related to Xinjiang will be revealed by facts and truths. (Edit NA )
"People's network Japanese version of" 2021 years 4 May 16 days
[People's Network Time Review] "American-style human rights" that deliberately mislead public opinion and divert eyes
Currently, the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region is socially stable, economically developed, ethnically united, religiously harmonious, and people of all ethnic groups, including the Uighurs, lead a stable and peaceful life. There is. Unjustified sanctions on Xinjiang by the United States and its allies are an unprovoked interference with China's internal affairs and a shameless distortion of the basic facts. (Sentence / Chen Tan. Posted on People's Network)
However, if you have the spirit of pursuing the facts and have no intention of "presumed guilty", you can redraw the true Xinjiang based on the facts.
The total population of Xinjiang continues to grow. According to statistics, the total population of Xinjiang, which was 4,873,600 in the first census in 1953, increased to 21,815,800 in the sixth census in 2010, nearly 4.3 times in 57 years. Between 2010 and 2018, the resident population of Xinjiang increased by 3,051,800. Of these, ethnic minorities increased by 2,874,900 and Uighurs increased by 2,546,900. Does it mean that "genocide" still exists in Xinjiang?
Xinjiang's economic development remains strong. In 2020, Xinjiang's Gross Domestic Product (GRP) reached 1,379,358 million yuan (1 yuan is about 16.7 yen). In real terms, excluding price fluctuations, it increased by 3.4% from the previous year. The per capita disposable income of urban residents was 34,838 yuan, up 0.5% from the previous year. Fixed asset investment grew rapidly, showing the highest growth rate in Japan.
The results of the difficult approach to overcoming poverty in Xinjiang are clear to everyone. In 2020, under the current standards, all 3,064,900 rural poor people were out of poverty, and 3666 poor villages and 35 poor prefectures were all de-designated as poor villages and poor prefectures.
Such data is the strongest proof. Civilian security is strong, economic development remains strong, people's lives are clearly improving, and Xinjiang people enjoy legal rights and dignity as the Chinese people.
Looking back at the United States, the spread of the new coronavirus has witnessed the true appearance of "human rights defenders" throughout the world. The American people are not getting the right guarantees, even the most basic right to life, right to life, and right to health. What does this mean to talk about dignity?
Even though the United States has the world's most advanced medical technology and abundant medical resources, it has not been able to reliably protect the safety of Americans' lives. Although the population of the United States is less than 5% of the world total, by March 29, 2021, the number of people infected with the new coronavirus will be more than 20% of the world total, and the death toll will be more than 500,000, which is close to 20% of the world total. is occupying.
The pandemic further exposed systemic racism in the United States. Africans are three times more likely to be infected and twice as likely to die than whites. Native American rights have been violated, Asians have been bullied by hate, and hate crimes show no sign of subsidence.
US police have sworn to protect the lives and property of citizens, but always point their muzzle at the people. According to the "Police Violence Map" website, US police shot and killed a total of 1127 people in 2020. There are only 18 days when no one was killed. Africans make up only 13% of the total population of the United States, but 28% of those shot dead by police. Africans are three times more likely to be killed by police than whites.
The United States is self-employed as a "human rights teacher," but is ignoring human rights abuses such as the "separation of relatives" often performed at the border with Mexico and the harsh living conditions of immigrants. Of the 266,000 immigrant children detained by US authorities in recent years, more than 25,000 have been detained for more than 100 days, according to US media statistics.
While he talks about human rights protection, he doesn't care about the lives and deaths of people. Is this really the "human rights" advocated by the United States? It cannot be argued that one of the purposes for them to deliberately undermine the image of Xinjiang is to divert people's eyes in order to conceal the black hole of human rights in their own country.
For them, the "apparently beautiful" American view of human rights can better satisfy their delusional moral presence and is more in line with strategic thinking that uses "human rights" as a tool to violate the interests of other nations. It may be. But for the Chinese, adhering to a "people-centered" view of human rights better guarantees the fundamental interests of the widest range of people and is more in line with the sacred concept of human rights.
If the United States really attaches great importance to human rights, it should support the world's human rights businesses together based on the principle of mutual respect and put the slogan into concrete action. The "rights" that deviate from the "people" themselves are nothing more than unfounded fictional esoragotoni, and will eventually end in collapse. (Edit NA)
[People's network commentary] Slandering to arbitrary Xinjiang, decency that is revealed enough to hide
The United States has recently gathered allies of the "Five Eyes (UKUSA Agreement)" and "coordinated" with the UK, Canadian government and the EU to "violate the human rights of what they call the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region" China. Sanctioned individuals and groups. These movements cannot help reminding us of the Eight-Nation Alliance at that time. (Sentence / Leaf candle. Posted on People's Network)
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has also responded to this move by gathering some international member companies such as H & M and Nike and issuing a statement not to use Xinjiang cotton.
They are plausibly "interested" in the lives of the people of Xinjiang, while trying to completely deprive the 7 million cotton farmers in Xinjiang of their livelihoods. On YouTube, a video-sharing site, there is a comment that "I hate Muslims in the West, I hate China, but I'm" interested "in Chinese Muslims." It can be said that this comment directly reveals that Western logic does not make sense.
In 2019, 37 countries, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Kuwait, jointly sent a letter to the UN Human Rights Council stating that they would support China's Xinjiang policy. 2 October 020 years, visited the parking China envoy and the Arab League Ambassador China representative Xinjiang Arab 20 countries, highly appreciated the achievements, such as in Xinjiang of counter-terrorism and civil freedom of religion guarantee. However, the EU envoys to China postponed for various reasons and refused to accept the invitation to visit the site in Xinjiang .
Looking back on how to deal with Islamic problems so far, the US government has issued a "Muslim Exclusion Order" and neglected the increase in hate crimes against Muslims after the terrorist attacks on the United States. In addition, it invaded Iraq with powder suspected of being a detergent powder as "evidence" for the manufacture of chemical weapons, and murdered hundreds of thousands of people. While leaving many human rights issues in its own country, the United States looks "don't care" and turns its "interest" gaze toward Xinjiang, far away, in a bundle with its allies to Muslims like never before. It shows enthusiasm like an "angel". Why is this? Is it "the awakening of conscience" or is there any other intention?
The current US administration has defined China as "the toughest competitor." Furthermore, the "US National Security Strategy Report" issued by the Trump administration in 2017 is regarded as a platform document to curb China's development. By cutting the "Xinjiang card", China is ill-mannered, spoils the image of China, draws in allies, attempts a confrontation between China and Islamic nations, and eventually disturbs China, China Is trying to curb the development of. The United States is not "human rights" first place of Xinjiang're interested, but of their own What is "hegemony" .
"The world is ridiculing that the United States is pretending to be interested in the Uighurs," Australian freelance journalist Johnston said on Russia Today's website. "The United States is also screaming about the so-called'Chinese Uighur plight', but you should ask the Islamic nations that have been bombed by the United States. The U.S. government has consistently said. It has a policy of dishonestly arming the "human rights" issue. The United States has not been interested in the Uighurs of China, nor is it interested in the obvious content contradictions in its accusations. The United States is only interested in undermining its major strategic rivals on the world stage . " (Edit AK)
"People's Network Japanese Version" March 29, 2021
Out of fear of a rising China, Japan has been tilting toward the US to help the latter form an anti-China alliance. Yet such a mentality has blinded the island nation from seeing through the fact that Washington's roping in Tokyo over the Taiwan question , interference in the Diaoyu Islands issue and recent endorsing Japan to dump radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean, has not only increased instability in the Asia-Pacific, but also made Japan a "country non-grata" in the region, said Chinese experts, warning that in this case, it would be hard for a regionally isolated Japan to cut its reliance on the US.
Suga left Japan for the US on Thursday on a four-day trip to meet Biden, which makes the former the first foreign leader to be invited to the White House in the Biden administration.
Analysts have predicted that China would be high on the agenda of The two leaders' talks.
The Financial Times reported on Wednesday that the US is urging Suga to issue a joint statement regarding the island of Taiwan to counter China. Yet Japanese officials were divided over whether Suga should endorse any comments on this issue, it reported .
The last time Japanese and American leaders mentioning Taiwan in a joint statement were Eisaku Sato and Richard Nixon in 1969.
China-Japan ties have plummeted sharply ever since Tokyo signed a joint statement with Washingtonlast monthJapanese news outlets also reported that the two countries discussed a plan of closely cooperating in the event of a military clash between the Chinese mainland and the island of Taiwan. Yet no details of the plan were discussed.
The US is keen on putting Japan on the front line of its Indo-Pacific strategy to confront China, especially on the Taiwan question; yet Tokyo is hesitating as tagging along behind Washington will also put Tokyo in the front line of China's counterpunch , Lü Xiang, a research fellow on US studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, told the Global Times.
As a close neighbor of China, Japan shouldn't overestimate its ability to confront Beijing, as it will have consequences, be it on security, politics or the economy, that Tokyo cannot afford, Lü said.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)conducted an exercisenear the island of Taiwan on Monday with the largest number of warplanes ever recorded, through which analysts said the PLA displayed its capability to drive away foreign forces from interfering in the Taiwan question.
Even the US is aware of its lack of capacity and a concrete plan to stop China's reunification with the island of Taiwan, not to mention Japan, Li Haidong, professor at the Institute of International Relations at the China Foreign Affairs University, told the Global Times.
Japan's flirtation with the Taiwan question aims to follow the US, and to test China's bottom line, and it will continue doing so. Yet in practice, it has very little resources and ability to interfere with this issue. Thus, the Suga administration's talk on Taiwan question is merely symbolic, said Li, "while China has many arrows in its quiver to counter Japan," according to Li.
China is far more important to Japan than Washington to Tokyo in terms of trade. China became Japan's top export destination in 2020, leapfrogging the US and consuming more than 22 percent of Japanese goods sold overseas, according to data from Japan's Ministry of Finance.
Japan's economy surged in the fourth quarter of 2020, but it was not enough to pull the country from negative growth for the year. "Putting itself in the opposite of China at a time when Japan needs economic stimulus is a silly decision," according to Lü.
The recent move of buttering up to the US shows that the Suga administration is the weakest cabinet of Japan in decades.
Suga has inherited the policies of his predecessor Shinzo Abe; yet having little experience in international affairs, Suga's lack of vision and weakness are fully exposed in his handling of China-Japan and Japan-US relations, said Lü Chao, a fellow at the Liaoning Academy of Social Sciences.
Lü Chao noted that traditionally, Japanese politicians, no matter China hawks or pro-China figures, would be cautious in teaming up with the US. Suga's policies, which excessively rely on the US, will also meet strong backlash domestically and be hard to sustain , said the expert.
The expert said that "the visit to Washington will be an ordeal for Suga. I believe it will be difficult for a wise politician to bow to the US'pressure and make an irrational statement on China now."
Last week , Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a 90-minute phone call with his Japanese counterpart, where Wang warned Japan to stop heading in the wrong direction by ganging up with a "certain superpower," and not to "stretched its hands for" too long. "
Before Suga's visit, Japan has triggered regional outcry by deciding to dump radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean. Countries in the region, including China, Russia, South Korea and the Philippines, expressed their deep concerns over Japan's decision.
The US US Secretary of State Antony Blinken tweeted on Tuesday, the day Japan announced the decision that "We thank Japan for its transparent efforts in its decision to dispose of the treated water."
Japan's selfish decision has placed He expected that Suga will further seek US recognition on this matter during his trip.
Japan should wake up to the consequences, as tying itself tight on the US chariot will only pull it further from other Asian countries, said the expert.
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato told a press conference previously that the summit aims "to further strengthen the Japan-US alliance, which is the cornerstone of Japan's diplomacy and security, "analyts believed the Diaoyu Islands issue will also be covered during Suga and Biden's meeting.
Recently, the US has stepped up its interference in the Diaoyu Islands issue. US Lieutenant General Kevin Schneider noted in November last year that American troops could be sent to the island, aiming to intimidate Beijing. Biden and Suga's first conversation also included the Diaoyu Islands , with Biden reassuring Suga that the US-Japan mutual defense treaty applied to the disputed islands.
Li warned that the US'moves are dangerous. "Washington is trying to be more directly involved in the Diaoyu Islands issue, which could make it one of the biggest flashpoints in the Indo-Pacific region, "said Li, noting the US intends to use the disputed area to cement the US-Japan military alliance to counter China, in addition to enhancing its military presence in the region.
The Suga administration should be clear that being the US'toady in the region will make Japan a "public enemy" of the region, where countries seek peace and development not geopolitical confrontation, said Lü. "At that time, it will be more difficult for Japan to shake off its reliance on the US. "