Xinjiang Province

Biden Boosts China’s Economy by Waiving Solar Panel Tariffs on the Country: ‘Unfettered Access to China’s State-Subsidized Solar Companies for the Next Two Years’

"The amount of negative impact this will have will last decades if not forever turn the tide of competition with China in favor of China," said Captjur CEO Bob Bilbruck.

Disney Funds Org That Sexualizes Children Beginning in Kindergarten

Walt Disney Company has repeatedly donated to an organization that infiltrates public and private schools with LGBT ideology, according to Disney’s Pride Collection webpage.

Biden’s Transport Czar Recently Bought Stock in a Chinese Company Singled Out for Forced Uyghur Labor Use.

YET ANOTHER TOP APPOINTEE HAS THEIR FORTUNES TIED TO THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY.

Western Companies Are Happy To Cut Ties With Russia, But Stay Silent On Uyghur Genocide

Western businesses have exited Russia in droves since the country’s invasion of Ukraine, often citing humanitarian reasons as justification — yet many continue to maintain healthy relationships with China.

U.S. Senators Behind Xinjiang Law Have Investments Linked to China’s Uyghur ‘Genocide’

Newsweek review of financial filings in Congress has found that lawmakers who are driving legislation to protect Uyghurs in China are also invested—either directly in the form of stocks, or indirectly via mutual funds—in major companies tied to the oppression in Xinjiang.

Who is boycotting the Beijing Olympics?

Ever since the United States announced its diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, other nations have followed, accusing China of egregious human rights violations. But some other Western nations have held off, indicating the games shouldn't be politicized, possibly fearing the wrath of an increasingly powerful China.

U.S. ‘Will Boycott’ China Winter Olympics in 2022: Human Rights Abuses

Human rights activists want full withdrawal due to China's abuse of its Uighurs while athletes have trained for a lifetime to compete

John Kerry Appears to Be Profiting from China’s ‘Ongoing Genocide’ via a $1 Million Investment

China’s abuse of minority groups has come into the international spotlight over the last two years and has led to sanctions, warnings and general disapproval from the world’s most powerful nations.

John Kerry Has Over $1 Million Invested in Chinese Company That Funds Xi’s Uyghur Genocide

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry has admitted that, at least in his role as the carbon-cutting evangelist to the world, he’s not terribly interested...

YouTube Censored Videos Uncovering China’s Persecution Of Uighur Muslims In Xinjiang Province

YouTube took down multiple videos from a human rights organization’s channel working to expose China’s human rights abuses according to an exclusive report from Reuters. The video publishing platform claimed the videos violating their guidelines against “cyberbullying and harassment.”

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