The role of Xi Jinping's ideology in the Genocide and the "act to eliminate brutality" against the Uyghurs The role of Xi Jinping's ideology in the Genocide and the "act to eliminate brutality" against the Uyghurs

The role of Xi Jinping's ideology in the Genocide and the "act to eliminate brutality" against the Uyghurs

The role of Xi Jinping's ideology in the Genocide and the "act to eliminate brutality" against the Uyghurs

Xi Jinping, the general secretary of the Communist Party of China, has been guiding China's ethnic policy for the past 10 years. Its connection with the genocide and cultural assimilation of the Uyghurs has also been reflected in the reports of researchers such as Adrian Zeniz.

As it turns out, Xi Jinping's idea is an abbreviation of "Xi Jinping's Idea of ​​Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era", and its central point is to "realize the great revival of the Chinese nation", that is, make China a great country and make the "Chinese Dream" a reality. From Xi Jinping's point of view, the "Chinese dream" here is only China's dream, and it is the dream of Communist China to dominate the world. China's "great unity" can only be achieved and become stronger if other nations join China.

In October 2012, after Xi Jinping was elected as the first leader of Communist China, the "Xi Jinping Idea" was included in the "Communist China Charter" in October 2017, and the Uyghurs were subjected to unprecedented repression that year. In other words, the "Xi Jinping Idea" is embodied in the most obvious and most sinister form of China's policy towards Uighurs.

A teacher at Turkey's Hajetepe University, Dr. Free Ekram explained that Xi Jinping's ideas, which are leading China's genocide policy, are originally related to China's political culture consciousness and communist ideology.

In a recent report by Dr. Adrian Zenis, senior researcher at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, "The New Repression: Political Experiments and Changes in the Chinese Government's Reconstruction Efforts in Xinjiang," the Chinese government's so-called "de-criminalization operation" in the Uyghur region actually arrested and brainwashed millions of people. and is said to have become a crime of forced labor.

The continuation of this crime, recognized as "genocide" by countries such as the United States, has become a problem that has always attracted attention. In a report by researcher Adrian Zeniz, the reason why China did not stop the massacre was the "fight against terrorism" and "no mercy" directives proposed by Xi Jinping who went to the Uyghur region in 2014. The strict control and assimilation of Uyghurs has already become China's long-term national strategy. .

American political analyst Anders Core said that the genocide happening in the Uyghur region today is connected with Xi Jinping's authoritarian policy. The Chinese government is hiding genocide and promoting authoritarianism. If we want to avoid the persecution of a genocidal dictator like Xi Jinping, we must take strong measures against him.

As revealed by the documents of the Chinese authorities, who fulfilled Xi Jinping's demands, massive internment camps were established in the Uyghur region after 2014, and mass arrests and repression reached a peak after 2017 under the pretext of "eliminating religious extremism". Some were forced into forced labor.

Dr. Free Ekram believes that Xi Jinping's regime's repressive policy against Uyghurs is based on ideological and self-interested goals.

In general, the so-called "Xinjiang Policy" implemented by Xi Jinping since taking power is aimed at achieving the "One Belt One Road" and completely silencing the Uyghurs, including genocide and cultural assimilation, and using violence as a "breakthrough solution". consists of politics.

American political analyst Gordon Chang said that Xi Jinping's idea is essentially to strengthen the Chinese Communist Party and that it is full of evil. Whether or not Xi Jinping is in power, the Chinese Communist Party will not give up on this movement. Because the party was founded on racism and nationalism. The Chinese Communist Party may be able to use tactics to give up some of its crimes. But it is clear that he views China's ethnic minorities as a ``hidden danger that needs to be eradicated.'' "The Chinese Communist Party is a very evil force."

On February 20, the "Weekly News" magazine published in the United States, "How did Xi Jinping's policy of eliminating extremist ideas lead to the Uyghur genocide?" In the article, the researcher Adrian Zeniz's report sheds light on how the so-called "fight against terrorism and eradicating religious extremism" campaigned by Xi Jinping has become a crime of genocide, and how more than a million people living in prison are being brainwashed by Xi Jinping's ideas. It is stated that some were prisoners and some were made into forced labor slaves.

Dr. Free Ekram said that Xi Jinping created this thing called "Xi Jinping Thought" to promote the Chinese Communist Party and glorify himself like Mao Zedong, and he is using Chinese nationalism to achieve this goal.

Adrian Zeniz's February 14th report on forced labor found that Xi Jinping supported the policy of transferring "masses of labor" to mainland China, and that the Chinese authorities had overreached in this task.

According to Adrian Zeniz's report on "Centers of Re-education", during Xi Jinping's rule, Zhang Chunxian, a Chinese official, began efforts to "eliminate religious extremism" in the Uyghur region from 2013 to 2016, while Chen Quanguo carried it out in full from 2017 to 2019, killing millions of people. By sending extra people to the camp, Xi Jinping's request was exceeded. Ma Xingrui, who was appointed in 2021, followed in the footsteps of the above, and went in the direction of "legalizing and normalizing the work of protecting stability against terrorism." Despite the fact that this heinous repression policy that emerged under Xi Jinping's dictatorship has been called "genocide" by countries such as the United States, China is trying to make it legal and normal.


Nearly 40 homes were destroyed in Kyaukgyi due to heavy weapons

On February 25, the Karen National Union (KNU) reported that 39 houses were destroyed by heavy weapons in the town of Nattsam Kuin, Kyaukgyi Township, Bago Province.

According to the statement, the Military Council troops fired more than 100 rounds of artillery in four days from February 21st to 24th in the area under the control of KNU Brigade (3rd).

The artillery shells were fired by the Khmera - 307th Infantry Regiment and the Khmera - 264th Infantry Regiment based in Peinzare.

A local resident of Natsamkyun said that the residents have been fleeing since December 2023 due to explosions.

“We have been away from home since December last year. I was throwing weapons every day, so I couldn't stand it anymore. I tried to stay at home without running away before, but while I was having dinner, I died when a weapon fell on the table. He was killed by a heavy weapon while sleeping. Because of these things, I had to run away without daring, Now there is no home to return to. It's burned out."

The Military Council has not issued any news regarding this. RFA contacted Economy Minister U Tin Oo, who was authorized to speak at the Baguio Military Council, by phone, but he did not receive an answer.

According to Data for Myanmar, which monitors fire damage during the military conflict, 78,737 homes were destroyed by fire throughout the country from the military coup to the end of 2023.

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