Putting ‘Uyghur genocide’ claims into context – Daniel Dumbrill

I am currently investigating the “Uyghur genocide” claims that are generating sadistic sanctions on China under usual pretext of targeting specific Chinese officials, no surprise there. 

“The United States and its allies in Canada, Britain and the European Union on Monday announced sanctions on several Chinese officials alleged to have links to what U.S. officials say is a genocidal campaign against Uyghur Muslims.”

This video and others from Daniel Dumbrill have been very enlightening, I highly recommend following him and watching this video. As always, we see the US funding pro-Uyghur ‘NGOs’ while treating them as terrorists and imprisoning in Guantanamo, bombing them in Afghanistan, turning a blind eye to an estimated 25,000 Uyghurs in Idlib, Syria. 

Related: 

Gyude Moore speaks about China’s expanding presence in Africa at the Paulson Institute’s Contemporary China Speakers Series on March 5, 2019.  

W. Gyude Moore is a visiting fellow at the Center for Global Development. He previously served as Liberia’s Minister of Public Works with oversight over the construction and maintenance of public infrastructure from December 2014 to January 2018. Prior to that role, Moore served as Deputy Chief of Staff to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Head of the President’s Delivery Unit (PDU). As Head of the PDU, his team monitored progress and drove delivery of the Public Sector Investment Program of Liberia—a program of over $1 billion in road, power, port infrastructure, and social programs in Liberia after the civil war. As one of the President’s trusted advisors, he also played a crucial role in supporting President Sirleaf as Liberia responded to the West Africa Ebola outbreak and shaped its post-Ebola outlook. His research tracks the channels of private sources of finance, the rise of China and its expanding role in Africa, and Africa’s response to these changes. He holds a BS in Political Science from Berea College and an MS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.

More to follow. 

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