I have been seeking information about 35 members of my family. Chinese propaganda machine Global Times has shown only three of them to discredit me. So why don’t you show us the videos of my sons Ablikim and Alim who both were released from prisons after finishing the service term (only crime of them was being my sons). Why don’t you show my sister Helchem Kadeer?
You have shown two of my granddaughters and one of my sons in the video as they have freedom of speech. if it the case, why they can’t take my phone just to how are you? I miss their voices. Why they can’t talk to me?
This all proved that my concerns about the rest of my family members. It also showed the world how fake you are and how terrible a situation my family is living in.
To force children against their parents, forcing siblings to denounce each other is old tactics that CCP has used during the Cultural Revolution.
Chinese Communist Party has been recently using this old tactic more frequently after the strong criticism and pressure from the international community about it’s the detention of more than 3 million Uighurs.
If a country is rule of law and respect freedom of speech, rights of people, protect the lives of its citizens and equally treat all ethnic groups, it does not need to play such a low game.because free media and international community and its citizens speak for it.
One fact surprised me: even though the mounting facts, witnesses and leaked documents from the Chinese government show that they have detained more than 3 million Uighurs, the Chinese government is still trying to hide it and continue to lie to the international community.
I have a question to Global Times :
Could you publish If my son said: “mom,32 people are still in Chinese camps and prisons. they just released three of us temporarily and forced us to discredit you"?
Is there any independent media outlet within China that could publish this on their publication?
If any media publish it what kind of fate they would face?
This article of Global Times is an insult to common sense and conscience of the international community.
The leader of the Uyghur National Movement