Editor's note: Presentation of The plight of the Uyghurs by davos in the desert It will be held virtually on Monday, February 12th from 6:45-8pm Mountain Time. You will have access to register for this informative and important presentation. here.
The word “genocide” has been thrown around so often and so casually in recent months that many citizens have developed an immunity to it that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. But few people talk about the most serious genocide currently occurring anywhere in the world.That is The systematic extermination of the Uyghur people, a group of Turkic Muslims living in China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. Chandler residents will have the opportunity to hear two leading Uyghurs discuss the plight of the Uyghurs at Desert Davos in Chandler on February 12th.
So why do I claim that the Uyghurs are being targeted for genocide at the hands of the Chinese government?
This is because Uyghur women range from the age of 18 to well past childbearing age. Subject to forced sterilization and IUD installation. My discussion with Muetta Ilikud, a human rights lawyer and researcher at the Uyghur Transitional Justice Database, shows that even women in their mid-50s who vowed never to become pregnant were not spared from castration. As a result, birth rates in some rural areas of Xinjiang have plummeted from 80% to 90%.
Since 2016, 900,000 Uighur children have been separated from their parents and sent to orphanages, where they are being raised as Huns. Abdulkaim Idris, executive director of the Uyghur Research Center, said: They are so thoroughly immersed in Chinese that they forget their native language.
forced marriage This is another way to de-Uighurize Xinjiang.
As many as 3 million Uyghurs, 25% of the population, have been forced into so-called “re-education camps.” In these detention centers, women are routinely gang-raped and men are severely assaulted. “Re-education Center” tours are typically 60 days, but can easily extend to a year for those who do not exhibit good behavior. There is a laboratory nearby to facilitate involuntary organ transplants. An additional 13,000 Uyghurs are missing or forced into forced labor, where conditions are even worse. The release rate from these slave labor camps is only 4%.
The remaining 75% of Uighurs live in what can best be described as open-air prisons., you are at risk of being arrested for any reason at any time. Their every move is recorded on surveillance cameras outside and inside the house. As if this wasn't enough, Idris points out that 1.1 million Hunn Chinese have been sent to live with the Uyghurs. These uninvited male guests often appear when Uyghur husbands are exiled. They are not prohibited from sleeping in the same bed as Uighur women. These informants report to the police if their Uyghur hosts eat pork or refrain from drinking alcohol, which is sufficient reason to send them to a detention center.
Why is Chandler-based Desert Davos holding an evening event to highlight the plight of the Uyghur people? First, Desert Davos is putting a spotlight on the world's most oppressed peoples. We are doing everything we can to ensure that. Our gala featured Ms. Yeonmi Park, a well-known North Korean defector. We recently ran a show that drew attention to the terror that Hamas inflicts on the people of Gaza.
Secondly, Davos in the Desert is an anti-globalist organization deeply concerned about globalist plans to micromanage our lives. Authorities such as the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, and the World Health Organization are planning to determine the food we eat, the distances we can travel, the types of household appliances we can use, and the vaccines we need to inject. It enters our bloodstream. They want to track our every move through tools like vaccine passports and digital currencies. The Lockdown Nation conference, which will be held a week before the “Plight of the Uyghurs” event, says that if we allow unelected and unaccountable authorities to make all decisions on our behalf, we will will emphasize that they will soon become like the Uyghurs.
David Wanetic is the CEO of Davos in the Desert, an unabashedly anti-globalist movement.
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