Residents of East Turkestan protest against the US-China meeting

Residents of East Turkestan protest against the US-China meeting

The genocidal policy in East Turkestan under the occupation of China continues to this day. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, one of the main architects of the genocide policy applied to other Turkic communities, especially the Uighur Turks, was protested by residents of East Turkestan before his meeting with Secretary of State Anthony Blinken in the United States.


The protest was attended by Uighur Turks living in the United States, concentration camp witnesses and Mike Gallagher, a member of the Wisconsin House of Representatives and chairman of the special Committee of the House of Representatives on strategic rivalry between the United States and the Communist Party of China. Stating that they will not ignore China's policy of genocide in East Turkestan, Gallagher said: "Today Anthony Blinken will hold a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in the capital. "We are here with activists on the steps of the U.S. Capitol, and we cannot turn a blind eye to atrocities just because cabinet-level officials want to make a trip to Beijing."


The ABC team of the world-famous Australian TV channel, who visited places fully controlled and authorized by China, reported that the Communist Party of China (CPC) is trying to turn East Turkestan into a tourist destination after years of brutal repression. In a special report published by ABC on September 30, 2023, it was reported that East Turkestan was isolated from the world as a result of Chinese pressure. It was stressed that the repression in East Turkestan has been documented since Xi Jinping ordered a "tough attack" on so-called terrorism during his visit to East Turkestan in 2014.


Due to the systematic policy of oppression and assimilation carried out by the Government of the People's Republic of China, the people in East Turkestan were subjected to total genocide and continue to do so to this day. Nationally, religiously, politically and culturally, all non-Chinese nationalities of Turkic origin in East Turkestan are victims of this oppression. Serious human rights violations in East Turkestan, which amount to genocide, are becoming more and more on the agenda of world public opinion every day.


In East Turkestan, millions of people, especially the Uighur Turks and other Turkic peoples, are sent to concentration camps without any fault. This pressure is still going on with all its intensity. According to witnesses, the detainees are tortured and live in unhealthy conditions with handcuffs on their hands and chains on their feet. Those held in the camp are given medicines and injections of unknown content. Here, people are subjected to torture, such as pulling nails, flogging and electric shock, and women are subjected to gang rape.