According to detailed new accounts obtained by BBC News, “women in China’s “re-education” camps for Uighurs[Muslims]have been systematically raped, sexually abused, and tortured.”
Adrian Zenz, a leading expert on China’s policies in Xinjiang, told the BBC that the testimony gathered for this story was “some of the most horrendous evidence I have seen since the atrocity began”.
“This confirms the very worst of what we have heard before,” he said. “It provides authoritative and detailed evidence of sexual abuse and torture at a level clearly greater than what we had assumed.”
While Canadian media have been reporting steadily on the treatment of China’s Muslim minority community, several key factors have been omitted.
As a preamble, CAP point out the fact that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spent his first five years in office portraying himself as a champion of human rights. Not only in Canada, but even more so on a world-wide basis.
“We will always stand up for the oppressed and persecuted of the world” is his personal mantra. The Liberal government as a whole has remained hyper-vigilant in regards to any sign of “Islamophobia” within Canadian society. This impetus resulted in the establishment of an official government day of recognition for six Muslims murdered in a Quebec mosque in 2017.
The driver of this commemoration was the National Council of Canadian Muslims, who in partnership with MP Iqra Khalid, successfully pushed forward the M103 “Islamophobia” motion in 2017.
In 2019, Justin Trudeau appointed Liberal MP Maryam Monsef as Canada’s Minister for Women and Gender Equality. MP Monsef is the first Afghan-Canadian Member of Parliament in Canada’s history, and the first Muslim to serve as a federal Cabinet Minister.
All of which brings up a most critical question: why is it that National Council of Canadian Muslims, founder of M103 MP Irqa Khalid, as well as Minister of Women’s Affairs Maryam Monsef, remain silent regarding China’s genocide of their Muslim minority?
Heaven knows these people have been vocal as heck about anti-Muslim sentiment within Canadian society. After all, they helped to established official government recognition of the murder of six Muslim-Canadians.
Yet regarding the murder of what has been reported as one million Muslims in China, suddenly these folks are “silent as the lambs?”
How incredibly bizarre this is. Or would be–if 38 million Canadians understood the situation within its proper context. They do not, because establishment media have never presented these realities in their proper context.
Why not? Are astute Canadians to believe that Justin Trudeau, his MP’s and related “multicultural” not-for-profit organizations only care about anti-Islamic prejudice when it take place upon Canadian soil?
Is this dynamic to be considered an example of a pre-conceived plan to brand our society as Islamophobia? When it takes place in Canada, it is awful and terrible. So much so that Justin Trudeau brands our entire society racist after a Muslim schoolgirl has her hijab torn off by a white man.
What a “loaded agenda” this appears to be. Is what we have here not a concern for worldwide human rights abuse, but rather a political weapon to malign specific identifiable Canadian communities?
As CAP has argued incessantly, we believe an agenda exists to purposefully attack and malign English Canada and its Anglophone communities. Branding our people racist and bigoted is a fundamental of this malevolent endevour.
Considering the hypocrisy inherent in the Liberal government’s approach to the Uighar Muslim genocide, one can easily conclude that our “Old Stock” communities have progressed into the “whipping boy” of Canadian society.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est 2016)