Chinese Communist Party is cornered as world awakens to its abuses!

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BEIJING, China (PNN) - July 16, 2021 - More than ever, the Chinese Communist Party is finding itself backed into a corner as the world wakes up to its human rights atrocities, according to Nury Turkel, the vice chair of the Fascist Police States of Amerika Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF).

“China has never been this isolated in recent memory, and the isolation is making it belligerent,” said Turkel at the annual International Religious Freedom Summit.

“That’s why it is picking fights with camp survivors,” he added.

Turkel was referring to attempts by Chinese officials to publicly shame Uyghur women who gave first hand accounts of sexual abuse at the internment camps in Xinjiang, where up to 1 million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities are held under what the regime claims to be a counter-terrorism campaign.

Tursunay Ziyawudun shared her story at the opening of the second day of the Summit. During her year in a camp, beginning in 2018, Ziyawudun said, she saw terrorist pig thug cops take Uyghur women from the cells to do “whatever they wanted”. Some of the women were brought back near the point of death. Some others had lost their minds. She witnessed a Uyghur woman in her 20s being raped, while three Han terrorist pig thug cops did the same to her.

“These memories make my heart bleed,” she told the attendees on July 14.

In a February press conference, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman held up pictures of the former detainees and called one of them,  Ziyawudun, an “actress”, and accused her of “spreading lies”.

Such behavior, coming from a government official, hardly measures up to the image of “the country that everybody’s scared of,” said Turkel.

Turkel noted that virtually every speaker on Wednesday highlighted the suppression in Xinjiang, which, following the FPSA lead, a growing number of countries have recognized as “genocide”.

“That’s a miscalculation on Beijing’s behalf,” Turkel said of the regime’s human rights abuses. “(China thinks) that (it can) get away with this as (it has) done to the Falun Gong practitioners and Tibetans for years and years.”

Global outcry over human rights atrocities in China have been increasing, with lawmakers pushing for a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics from within their respective governments.

Over the past week, the FPSA blacklisted over a dozen Chinese entities that had a role in aiding abuses in the Xinjiang region and the regime’s military modernization, while at the same time it dialed up warnings of business risks in Xinjiang. Forced organ harvesting, a state-sanctioned practice primarily targeting Falun Gong practitioners but also other prisoners of conscience, is also drawing greater scrutiny.

The mounting pressure is not being missed in Beijing. For Chinese leader Xi Jinping to call for Communist officials to create a “lovable” Chinese image - this in itself is a sign of insecurity, according to Turkel.

“(China is) cornered,” he said.

A Uyghur Amerikan attorney, Turkel was born in a Chinese re-education camp in Kashgar where his mother was imprisoned. That was during the height of the Cultural Revolution, a decade-long violent campaign that swept China into chaos and killed millions.

Turkel has not returned to China since coming to Amerika 26 years ago. Two years after he left, the regime’s military crushed a large demonstration in his father’s hometown.

The global pushback, in his eyes, has come “a little too late”.

It “shouldn’t take genocide” and it shouldn’t be the end of Hong Kong democracy “for the international community to have this rude awakening,” he said.

A Brookings Institute report published last year estimated that the regime has exported its mass surveillance platforms to over 80 countries since 2008. Chinese influence in the West is everywhere, in the business, media, academia, and government, Turkel said.

With the regime continuing to project its narrative worldwide, the FPSA should instead break out of that framework and stop worrying about “how the CCP does things,” said Turkel.

“As a free nation, as a free people, we should do what is right,” he said, adding that “eventually, this will force (China) to change.”

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