REVEALED: World Economic Forum Leader Advocates China-Style ‘Re-Education Camps’ Used For Uyghur Genocide.

Wang Guan – a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader – has repeatedly advocated for the Chinese Communist Party’s “re-education camps,” weaponized by the regime against Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Wang, who works as a chief political correspondent for a Chinese state-run media outlet’s American programming, is one of 112 Young Global Leaders selected by Chairman Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF). The WEF has become notorious for globalist intervention around the world, including but not limited to pushing for the “Great Reset” amidst COVID-19. The group seeks to abolish property ownership at its core, summarizing this objective through its controversial

BBC Hosts CCP Linked-Professor to Defend Uyghur Genocide.

BBC hosted Jeffrey Sachs, a professor with extensive ties to the Chinese Communist Party, to defend the Chinese Communist Party’s actions against Uyghurs in Xinjiang province. “Economist @JeffDSachs says China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang should not prevent the US from engaging with China, considering the US’ own “human rights violations” abroad and at home,” BBC’s Newsnight program summarized on Twitter. Sachs’s comments, which align with narratives pushed by Chinese state-run media outlets and party officials, follow a National Pulse exposé revealing Sachs’s ties to Chinese firms such as Huawei and United Front influence groups including CEFC China Energy and

Chinese Communist Party Violating Every Act Of Genocide Convention New Legal Report Finds.

A new non-governmental legal report finds the Chinese Communist Party guilty of violating every article of the United Nations’ genocide convention. Published by the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy in cooperation with the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, the report is the “first independent expert application of the 1948 Genocide Convention to the ongoing treatment of the Uyghurs in China.” “For this purpose, dozens of experts in international law, genocide studies, Chinese ethnic policies, and the region were invited to examine pro-bono all available evidence that could be collected and verified from public Chinese State communications, leaked Chinese