The Biden administration has been eerily silent on various goings-on in communist China, especially on the genocide front.
According to the Daily Caller, a recent bombshell report published by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) confirmed what was already known to many — that China has engaged in “genocide” with regard to the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities.
The stunning report went on to suggest that the level of genocide is so massive that it could even amount to some type of “Eugenics” program.
CECC members concluded “abundant evidence” was found showing “Chinese authorities had committed genocide.”
Among the many findings by the CECC, women were especially prone to China’s violent acts, with “many of the most egregious abuses” occurring against females, mostly by concentration camp guards, who routinely rape them.
“The report also concluded, among other atrocities, Uyghur and ethnic minority women were subject to forced sterilizations and abortions, which has caused a ‘drop in birth rates.’ The commission characterized these practices as amounting to “eugenics,'” the Daily Caller noted.
The commission came up with a list of 18 different policy ideas to help protect human rights inside of China, with the recommendations also being transmitted to leaders in both the House and Senate.
The @CECCgov released today the 2021 Annual Report on human rights conditions in the People’s Republic of China. You can read the full report on the CECC’s website. https://t.co/yYEXZt64yA pic.twitter.com/4YO9eOKeUf
— China Commission (@CECCgov) March 31, 2022
The CECC report stressed the importance of the annual review, especially given the new attention the country is facing over the Uyghur situation.
“Documenting the human rights abuses committed by the Chinese government is not only the Commission’s mandate, but our moral obligation to those who, due to repression and censorship, are unable to tell their stories,” said CECC Cochair McGovern.
McGovern added: “I commend the hard work and expertise of the Commission’s staff in monitoring and reporting on trends in China, from the horrific genocide against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims, to the repression in Tibet and eradication of democracy in Hong Kong, to the authoritarian clamp down on space for civil society, labor advocates, women’s rights activists and LGBTQ voices.”
Only time will tell if Congress takes any of the recommended course of action, but given how scared Democrats seem to be of China, it will likely have to wait until Republicans are back in control, which could happen this November.