Other publications on Xinjiang - alleged slave forced labour
Coercive Labor in Xinjiang: Labor Transfer and the Mobilization of Ethnic Minorities to Pick CottonNew evidence from Chinese government documents and media reports shows that hundreds of thousands of ethnic minority laborers in Xinjiang are being forced to pick cotton by hand through a coercive state-mandated labor transfer and “poverty alleviation” scheme, with potentially drastic consequences for global supply chains. Xinjiang produces 85 percent of China’s and 20 percent of the world’s cotton. Chinese cotton products, in turn, constitute an important basis for garment production in numerous other Asian countries. Previously, evidence for forced labor in Xinjiang pertained only to low-skilled manufacturing, including the production of textiles and apparel. This report provides new evidence for coercion specifically related to cotton picking. These findings have much wider implications, affecting all supply chains that involve Xinjiang cotton as a raw material. On Dec. 2, 2020, the United States placed a Withhold Release Order on cotton produced by the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps. However, this entity only produces 33 percent of Xinjiang’s cotton and only 0.4 percent of its highest-quality long-staple cotton. This report provides evidence for coercive labor related to all cotton produced in Xinjiang.
Americas Populists Join in on Anti-China War PropagandaBrian Berletic | When consensus for war is reached on the left and right of American politics, the march toward inevitable war is rarely stopped. Watching Breaking Points - what many might have believed was “progressive left” in the United States - invite an adjunct fellow at an arms/oil/banking-funded think tank on to sell war with China is a warning sign of just how dangerously close the US is to reaching that “consensus.”
AP News Confirms NO Uyghur Genocide in Xinjiang ChinaBrian Berletic | AP’s recent trip to Xinjiang, China has revealed not only zero evidence of “cultural genocide” but has exposed the lies the Western media (including AP) have told international audiences for years about the conditions in Xinjiang and the treatment of the Uyghur people. Depending on the public’s ignorance and providing links AP is confident readers will not click on, explore, and discover the contradictions they present to their narrative, AP attempts to backpedal Western narratives to depict the peace and progress they witnessed in Xinjiang as an facade for “invisible” oppression.
China vs Taiwan? Australia`s Dangerous War PropagandaBrian Berletic | Australia’s media is in overdrive producing dangerous war propaganda priming the public for war with China.
In this Sky News Australia “Mcgregor Angle” segment, every single point made in the introduction is a blatant lie contradicting both Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense and the Australian government’s own official statements and policies.
10 Oct 2021
CNN Accidentally Busts Xinjiang Genocide LiesBrian Berletic | CNN admits it cannot independently verify an alleged former Chinese police officer who claims to have partaken in interrogations involving torture and witnessing sexual abuse in China’s Xinjiang region against its Uyghur population. However, CNN could have easily cross referenced his spoken and written statements from June 7, 2021 as part of the so-called “Uyghur Tribunal” where he completely contradicts the claims he made to CNN.
Worse still, CNN never mentions that the alleged former police officer and others they interviewed took part in the tribunal, or that the tribunal even took place…
Laowhy86: The Man Who Moved ChinaIt is becoming increasingly easy for many to see through Western propaganda but it is also important to be able to break it down for others - who are still fooled by it - to understand and see through it too.
Toward that end, I have watched Matthew Tye’s humbly-titled video: “I forced China to Change its Propaganda” and deconstruct the leaning shack of lies he attempted to build.
I explain how the Pentagon’s denial last year reveals just how provocative and dangerous this move by the US is and how it represents a de facto invasion and occupation of Chinese territory - according to the US State Department’s own stance regarding Taiwan within the “One China Policy.”
US War Propaganda vs China & the War it Seeks to Start with Daniel DumbrillDaniel Dumbrill and Brian Berletic discuss the troubling escalation of anti-China propaganda, how it appears to fit into a general steering of the public toward a potential war with China, and how US policymakers and war planners have extensively prepared for a limited conflict aimed not at military conquest, but of China’s economic ruination.
Uyghur Tribunal: US-Funded Theater Attacking ChinaThe so-called “Uyghur Tribunal” is portrayed by the Western media as an “independent” “people’s tribunal.” In reality, the main organizations initiating it, funding it, and facilitating it are funded by the US government primarily through the National Endowment for Democracy. Those “testifying” come from a regular troupe of “activists” paraded around by the US government for years.
If a real “genocide” was taking place in Xinjiang involving millions of people, why is it that this tribunal relies on this small network of US-funded fronts instead of tapping into what should be an endless supply of witnesses and actual, tangible evidence?