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REGARDING THE EARTHQUAKE DISASTERS THAT HIT TÜRKİYE AND SYRIA by Erkin Ablimit, the President of East Turkestan Government in Exil

شەرقى تۈركىستان سۈرگۈندى ھۆكۈمىت پرېزىدىنتى ئەركىن ئابلىمىتنىڭ، تۇركىيە ۋە سۈرىيەلەردە يۈزبەرگەن ئېغىر يەر تەۋرەش ئاپىتىغا چۇڭقۇر تەزىيە بىلدۈرۈپ ئېلان قىلغان باياناتى.

Commemorate the 26th Anniversary of the Ghulja Massacre by Erkin Ablimit, president of East Turkistan Government in Exile

Commemorate the 26th Anniversary of the Ghulja Massacre by Erkin Ablimit, president of East Turkistan Government in Exile.

The Ghulja Massacre is another piece of evidence of China government’s plan of the systematic killing of Uyghurs and other Turkic people, since they occupied East Turkestan in 1949.

Around the 1990s, China had secretly facilitated the spread of AIDS and drugs among East Turkestan youths. As a result, the situation was exacerbated; with cases of multiple people infected with HIV in the same family, multiple siblings being addicted to drugs, and sudden deaths from heavy addiction or taking false drugs became more common, especially in the Ghulja region. East Turkestan’s youths were on the verge of spiritual weakening and severe moral decay. To remedy this tragic situation, some progressive youths had organized sports, culture, and religious ethics clubs. Unfortunately, the Chinese government restricted or suppressed these club activities under various pretexts.

On February 5, 1997, those young people expressed their dissatisfaction about the government’s restrictions, discriminations, and suppressions with a peaceful demonstration by marching on the small streets of the town. The Chinese government responded with blood by moving heavily armed forces to the peaceful protesters and the people around them.

Information and traffic were cut off for weeks. Amnesty said hundreds of Uyghurs were killed or imprisoned. Witnesses said more than four hundred young people were shot dead, and about 10,000 were arrested. The detainees were subjected to brutal torture, including beatings with military batons, electric shocks, water splash freezing, and starvation.

Since 2014, China has been openly setting up concentration camps, arbitrarily detaining, brainwashing, organ harvesting, sterilizing, forcibly separating children, gang raping, and murdering Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other Turkic people.

Repeatedly breaking promises, stealing properties, covering up the truth, and spreading disinformation are essential characteristics of China’s government. We urge the peace-loving people and leaders worldwide to wake up and follow the United States and seven parliaments, in recognizing China’s atrocities against Uyghurs in occupied East Turkistan as genocide, and take decisive action such as deploying Peacekeeping Force and abolishing trade agreements to end China’s ongoing genocide. We urge all to wake up and reject the evil authoritarian regime and say “NO” to the tyranny before it’s too late. We urge all to wake up and refuse to sell the dignity, rights, and most importantly, the happiness of generation for China’s trade deals.

A balloon upended Blinken’s trip to China. That could be a good thing.

Phelim Kine and Nahal Toosi

Fri, February 3, 2023 at 7:02 PM EST·5 min read

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  • Antony BlinkenAntony BlinkenAmerican government official and 71th U.S. Secretary of State
  • Xi JinpingXi JinpingGeneral Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party

A balloon upended Blinken’s trip to China. That could be a good thing.

Not everyone in Washington is freaking out about the suspected Chinese spy balloon flying high over the United States. Some former officials say it’s giving U.S. diplomats exactly what they need: more leverage over Beijing.

The Chinese airship forced the U.S. military to scramble fighter jets, prompted lawmakers to demand answers from the Biden administration and led Secretary of State Antony Blinken to indefinitely postpone his trip to Beijing this weekend.

EU to stand with US in ‘depriving China of the most advanced chips’, trade official says

A senior European Union trade official said on Friday that the US had the bloc’s “full” commitment to the goal of choking China’s semiconductor industry.

“We fully agree with the objective of depriving China of the most advanced chips”, Thierry Breton, the EU’s internal-market commissioner, said at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies.

EL SHAFIE: Shut down the so-called police stations

EL SHAFIE: Shut down the so-called police stations

An explosive report by Spanish NGO Safeguard Defenders revealed the Chinese government is operating illegal police stations in Canada. For years, the Chinese government has used agents in Canada to intimidate human rights campaigners, democracy activists, Uyghurs, Tibetans, Falun Gong, and even Chinese nationals studying here at Canadians schools. Our government is failing to protect these vulnerable people and keep all Canadians safe. This cannot continue.

Top US health official: China’s ‘zero COVID strategy’ not realistic

Top US health official: China’s ‘zero COVID strategy’ not realistic

Top US health official: China’s ‘zero COVID strategy’ not realistic

Zach Schonfeld

Sun, November 27, 2022 at 1:42 PM·2 min read

White House coronavirus response coordinator Ashish Jha on Sunday indicated China’s “zero COVID” strategy is not realistic.

During an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” anchor Martha Raddatz asked Jha about demonstrations in cities across China over the weekend protesting the strategy, which seeks to isolate and eliminate every COVID-19 case, leading to lockdowns for millions of residents in recent months.

“Obviously, that is not our strategy,” Jha said. “We don’t think that’s realistic, certainly not realistic for the American people. Our strategy has been build up immunity in the population by getting people vaccinated. That’s how you managed an incredibly contagious variant like omicron.”

COVID-19 cases in China have hit record levels in recent days as most of the population remains unexposed to the virus, creating new restrictions in many areas of the country as places like the U.S. move away from coronavirus mandates.