Managed by the system in China Global Times Communist propaganda outlet condemned the discovery of no less than 51 deadD., who was trying to enter the United States illegally, was called Monday in San Antonio, Texas, as a “stain on Washington’s human rights record” despite overwhelming evidence that the deaths were the product of extrajudicial human trafficking, not government action. American.
China’s Foreign Ministry condemned America for its “poor record in migrant cases” and called on the United States to act “to protect human rights” in the wake of the tragedy.
San Antonio police revealed Monday night that a local worker found a tractor-trailer on a nearby back road carrying at least 60 immigrants, including children. Of these, 48 have already been found dead. At least two others died after the truck was discovered despite medical intervention. The truck appears to be part of a people-smuggling operation aimed at bringing thousands of Mexicans, Central Americans and others to the United States. Police believe the migrants suffocated due to the sweltering heat in the truck.
China is a repressive communist state that attracts little attention from international immigrants. Few of the country’s expats suffer severe persecution and abuses in various forms, from rampant anti-African racism in immigrant enclaves like Guangzhou to the sex trafficking of North Korean refugee girls and women seeking to flee to South Korea, enslaved in brothels with little hope of it. . The police will act to save them.
The Global Times She did not address the horrors of Chinese brothel owners or human traffickers in her condemnation of “Uncle Sam” on Tuesday. Instead he argued in a file editorial The San Antonio incident should cause the world to ignore any human rights advocacy by the US government, especially regarding the atrocities committed by the Chinese Communist Party.
The Chinese government outlet asserted that “the American dream for many poor people from the developing world is so beautiful and so promising that they are willing to risk entering the United States by dangerous means,” claiming that the deaths were the result of “inhumane violations of immigrants” at the hands of the US government and a brutal lack of treatment. coyoteor human traffickers along the southern border of the United States.
The editors of the Chinese government newspaper claimed that the human trafficking crimes were “one of the significant stains on Washington’s human rights record”.
“Instead of thinking about and changing the terrible treatment of immigrants, Uncle Sam chose to raise the bar for his abuses against these people,” the editorial charged. As a result, for immigrants the road to the United States looks more like the highway to hell now. And even if some of these people manage to make it to the United States, the American dream they pursue soon turns into a nightmare of systemic discrimination, exploitation, violence, and even death.”
The editorial referred to America as “hell” on three occasions.
It is ironic that the United States, as a country obsessed with flaunting ‘human rights’, is not interested in making greater efforts to improve its human rights situation. Global Times is over.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian – who is notorious for developing the baseless conspiracy theory that the Chinese coronavirus originated in Maryland and that the US government used vaping infections to hide its origin – similarly convicted Washington regarding the deaths in San Antonio on Wednesday.
“The tragedy is heartbreaking. According to Chinese government texts at the Foreign Ministry’s regular press conference on Wednesday, what is most regrettable is that such tragic deaths of immigrants did not happen by chance in the United States. The United States holds immigrants in detention centers with living conditions,” Zhao told reporters. Horrific, with immigrants often subjected to abuse, violence and other types of inhuman treatment. Brutal law enforcement in the United States resulted in 557 immigrant deaths during fiscal year 2021, more than double the number in fiscal year 2020.”
“The United States needs to seriously consider and address its poor record on immigrant issues, take concrete measures to protect the human and other basic rights of immigrants, and prevent such tragedies from happening again,” Zhao demanded.
China’s weak economy, unfortunate human rights record, and lack of opportunity even for its own citizens do not make it a magnet for immigration as it is in the United States. It attracts a large number of North Korean refugees who eventually seek to make their way to a free South Korea. As of 2019, the experts estimated The vast majority of these refugees, over 74 percent, fall into human trafficking cases.
in a report published That year, the non-profit Korea Future Initiative found that about 60 percent of North Korean girls and women who escape to China are forced into sexual slavery.
“Victims are prostituted for 30 CNY ($4.30; £3.40), sold as wives for just 1,000 yuan, and trafficked into online sex dens for exploitation by a global online audience,” Yoon Hee Sun, who wrote the report, said, explained.
Providence magazine noted at the time, citing the study: “Among them, about 50 percent were forced into sex trafficking, more than 30 percent were sold into forced marriages, and 15 percent were forced to engage in online sex.” Providence noted that China refuses to recognize North Koreans as refugees and returns them if they upset the state, often resulting in their execution.
Legal immigrants and visitors may not fall prey to sex trafficking largely but face other challenges, such as severe racism. At the height of the first wave of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, reports began to emerge from the southern city of Guangzhou – known for its relatively large African population – of companies preventing blacks from sponsoring them and hotels and landlords expelling them.
Tony Mathias, a Ugandan student, said, “I slept under the bridge for four days without food to eat… I can’t buy food anywhere, no shops or restaurants will serve me,” Tell Agence France-Presse (AFP) at the time. Despite being able to buy an apartment or a hotel room, many Africans find themselves sleeping on the streets because the city’s indigenous Han population has embraced the idea that black residents are spreading the Chinese coronavirus. The Chinese coronavirus originated in Wuhan, China – a city with a small non-Han population – in late 2019. There is no evidence to suggest that blacks are more or less likely to spread the coronavirus in China than the Han.
“There is just this crazy fear that any African person might have been in contact with a sick person,” a black Canadian in Guangzhou in 2020 was quoted by AFP as saying.
The Chinese government has rejected accusations of racism in light of the blatant discrimination against black people in Guangzhou, describing widespread intolerance as “isolated incidents” and “misunderstandings”.