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Genocide in Xinjiang?

https://twitter.com/Arnold_August/status/1372650255989284866

"Unprecedented: Lu Xu, Chinese Consul-General in Calgary to join (Zoom) panel of discovery tomorrow (Friday, March 19) evening @ 8 pm EDT, Register now...."

NDPP

Reports of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Are Surging in Canada (and vid)

https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/report-of-anti-asian-hate-crimes-are-surgi...

"Research shows that there has been a significant increase of hate crimes against Asian-Canadians since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with major cities seeing crime rates that are six and seven hundred percent higher than previous years.

According to Project 1907, Canada has a higher number of reported anti-Asian hate crime incidents per Asian capita compared to the United States.

'As members of the impacted communities, we feel the pain,' said Teresa Woo-Paw, chair of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. 'Many of the people who are members of the impacted community also think whether we might next, whether our children will be next, so that level of anxiety, that fear has been increasing - it's real."

ghoris

I personally am always quite amused at those on the far left of the political spectrum who defend China. One would think it would stand as an uncomfortable reminder that planned economies simply don't work - not even notionally "communist" countries believe in them anymore.

NDPP

China's economy is growing faster now than before the coronavirus pandemic

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/china-economy-growth-c...

"Today, China's economy is booming back hard, and expanding even faster than it did before the pandemic. Economic data published Monday showed that China logged 2.3 percent growth for 2020, becoming the only major economy that grew during a year when the virus exacted a devastating global toll. As other major nations and geopolitical competitors, from the US to Europe to India to Japan, struggle to beat back a winter wave, China's containment  success has buoyed its economy and the ruling Communist Party's claims to global leadership in a post-pandemic world...."

 

"Since China began to open up and reform its economy in 1978, GDP growth has averaged almost 10 percent a year, and more than 850 million people have been lifted out of poverty."

https://www.worldbank.org/en/country/china/overview

NDPP

'This is how Blinken opens up talks with China...' (and vid)

https://twitter.com/DecampDave/status/1372759730825785348

"Accusing them of threatening the 'rules-based order.' That's code for threatening US global hegemony, which is why the media is trying to propagandize you into thinking China is the global bogeyman. Don't let them do it."

kropotkin1951

ghoris wrote:

I personally am always quite amused at those on the far left of the political spectrum who defend China. One would think it would stand as an uncomfortable reminder that planned economies simply don't work - not even notionally "communist" countries believe in them anymore.

I never understand why other peoples straw men don't align with reality. China is not a state controlled economy it is a mixed economy. Its government however does wield state control over capital. On the ground in Chinese cities there is every type of business ownership including interesting hybrids like Huawei which is worker owned but controlled by its executive.

Huawei is an independent, privately-held company. We are not owned or controlled by, nor affiliated with the government, or any other 3rd party corporation.

In fact, Huawei is owned by our employees through an Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) that has been in place since the beginning. No one can own a share without working at Huawei, and as of 2018 there were 96,768 shareholding employees. Our founder, Ren Zhengfei, owns a 1.14% stake in the company. 

Shares confer voting rights. Shareholding employees elect members to form a Representatives' Commission, getting one vote for each share held. Then the Commission elects the company’s Board of Directors and Supervisory Board. At the last election in January 2019, 86,514 shareholding employees voted to elect 115 representatives at 416 polling stations around the world.

Employee-ownership is instrumental to our rapid growth. Over the years, it has offered an incentive to our loyal employees and helped us attract talented people. Unlike many publicly-owned companies, Huawei’s decisions are not based on the need for quarterly returns and annual dividends.

https://www.huawei.com/en/facts/question-answer/who-owns-huawei

laine lowe laine lowe's picture

I first heard of the Huawei model of ownership when I was in Japan in the late 80s.

Off on a tangent but remember when West Jet first started? They ran an ad campaign where different employees were briefly highlighted (flight attendant, pilot, ticket sales, etc) who stated their position and then added, "and I'm an owner too!" I also recall that none of their employees were unionized. Is either of these recollections true? And if so, when did it change and why?

kropotkin1951

laine lowe wrote:

I first heard of the Huawei model of ownership when I was in Japan in the late 80s.

Off on a tangent but remember when West Jet first started? They ran an ad campaign where different employees were briefly highlighted (flight attendant, pilot, ticket sales, etc) who stated their position and then added, "and I'm an owner too!" I also recall that none of their employees were unionized. Is either of these recollections true? And if so, when did it change and why?

That was very true except unlike with Huawei the employees were given a minuscule amount of the total shares and never ended up holding any major part of the company and were never seen as a workers syndicate. It was a marketing ploy and a way to try and stop unions.

But is you want to be nostalgic I still miss our best airline Canadian Airlines. The people of Canada gave some business people control of public assets for under market value and they decided their best business model was to drive their competition out of business by undercutting their routes until they bled to death.

laine lowe laine lowe's picture

The transportation business is certainly one that has been dismal since it became obvious that it was no longer considered a public good (same with telecommunications).

Unionist

laine lowe wrote:

I first heard of the Huawei model of ownership when I was in Japan in the late 80s.

Off on a tangent but remember when West Jet first started? They ran an ad campaign where different employees were briefly highlighted (flight attendant, pilot, ticket sales, etc) who stated their position and then added, "and I'm an owner too!" I also recall that none of their employees were unionized. Is either of these recollections true? And if so, when did it change and why?

Your memory is correct. WestJet pilots have been unionized for a couple of years now. All bad things must come to an end.

ghoris

kropotkin1951 wrote:

I never understand why other peoples straw men don't align with reality. China is not a state controlled economy it is a mixed economy. Its government however does wield state control over capital. On the ground in Chinese cities there is every type of business including interesting hybrids like Huawei which is worker owned but controlled by its executive.  

Not sure I follow the "straw man" comment - I think you and I agree that China is in no way, shape or form a centrally-planned economy. Which is why I find it amusing that those on the far left defend it so passionately - it's the ultimate testimony to the triumph of global capitalism and free markets when even so-called "communist" countries have thoroughly capitalist economies.

I did not know about Huawei's ownership structure - good to know. That said, if you believe the statement that they are not "controlled by, nor affiliated with the government", I have a bridge for sale.

NDPP

'Independent' Report Claiming Uyghur Genocide Brought to You by Sham University and Neocon Ideologues Lobbying to 'Punish" China

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/56471.htm

Grayzone - ..."Cotler is an ardent supporter of Israeli apartheid and longtime adviser to Moshe Ya'alon, former Israeli defense minister and chief of staff of the Israeli military. Cotler has played a significant role in the Canadian government's efforts to equate criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism and smear the non-violent BDS movement for Palestinian rights. Cotler has long harbored hostile sentiments towards China.

In its mission statement, the Wallenberg Centre outlines its right-wing, Western imperial outlook in detail, explicitly identifying China, Venezuela, Iran and Russia as countries that it is pushing to 'combat' with sanctions. The Wallenberg Centre has become a haven for anti-China hawks, including Senior Fellow David Kilgour and David Matas, senior legal counsel for B'nai Brith Canada, a right-wing organization that describes itself as dedicated to 'Israel advocacy'. Kilgour and Matas have extensive ties to the far-right, anti-China cult Falun Gong.

Any critical probe of the reams of reports on Xinjiang and the hawkish institutions that publish them will quickly reveal a shabby propaganda campaign dressed up as academic inquiry. Western media's refusal to look beneath the surface of Washington's information war against China only highlights its central role in the operation..."

kropotkin1951

ghoris wrote:

I did not know about Huawei's ownership structure - good to know. That said, if you believe the statement that they are not "controlled by, nor affiliated with the government", I have a bridge for sale.

I do not doubt that no central authority controls its operations and I also do not doubt that many of their high ranking executives are also high ranking party members. Like all political systems only companies that are an integral part of the national system are going to thrive.

NDPP

Thousands march in Montreal to denounce the rise of anti-Asian hate crime

https://globalnews.ca/news/7710431/montreal-anti-asian-hate-crimes-march

"The Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice has tracked 931 anti-Asian racist incidents. In the US, hate crimes againts Asian communities have skyrocketed by almost 150%."

 

New Report Calls for Stronger Anti-Racism Strategy as Attacks on Asian Community Spike

https://newcanadianmedia.ca/new-report-calls-for-stronger-anti-asian-rac...

"In order to treat the disease you need to diagnose it."

A similarly sharp hate-crime spike happened to the Muslim community with the US-led, Canadian participated in,  War of Terror on Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria etc. As the West ramps up hostilities against China, it unfortunately seems it is now the turn of anyone who appears Asian.

NDPP

Canada joins US, EU in Issuing Sanctions Over Uyghur Abuses

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/canada-joins-u-s-eu-in-issuing-sanctions-ov...

"...US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a statement that 'a united transatlantic response sends a strong signal to those who violate or abuse international human rights, and we will take further actions with like minded [hypocritical vassal] partners. We will continue to stand with our allies around the world in calling for an immediate end to the PRC's crimes and for justice for the many victims,' Blinkers said..."

 

"Happening today, The Cold War Truth Commission. Amazing testimonials and so relevant with the present US attitude towards China and Russia..."

https://twitter.com/medeabenjamin/status/1373686533916606465

NDPP

World Uyghur Congress constituents heckle anti-racism demonstrators (and vid)

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1373791709247733762

"This network of right-wing US govt funded exiles supplies practically every testimony that US [and Canadian] media relies on for its information war on Xinjiang."

NDPP

'The brutal reality of dealing with China'

https://twitter.com/CarlZha/status/1374004254805880838

"You gotta love that The Economist made the hand extra Yellow. lol..."

Yellow as in yellow peril?

kropotkin1951

NDPP wrote:

World Uyghur Congress constituents heckle anti-racism demonstrators (and vid)

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1373791709247733762

"This network of right-wing US govt funded exiles supplies practically every testimony that US [and Canadian] media relies on for its information war on Xinjiang."

I am always struck at how the symbolism is the same for all these US backed groups. Strangely they look like they would fit right in with a Trump demonstration but are cheered on by the Democrats as well. There are not many places outside of America where the Stars and Stripes is seen as a symbol of freedom, except during NED sponsord events.

NDPP

'American presidents come and go, but the vital interests of America remain.' - Bill Clinton -

 

'The brutal reality of dealing with China'

https://twitter.com/CarlZha/status/1374004254805880838

"You gotta love that The Economist made the hand extra Yellow. lol..."

As in 'Yellow Peril' of course.

NDPP

'Stop the Uyghur Genocide!'

https://actionsprout.io/977ECA

CIJA is urging the Government of Canada to work with the international community towards ending the horrific human rights abuses against the Uyghur people. There is verifiable evidence that the Governmet of China is committing genocide against the Uyghur people. We cannot allow this to continue..."

Do as we say, not as we do:  the chutzpah and comfortable contradictions of Canada's uber-zionists.

kropotkin1951

NDPP wrote:

'Stop the Uyghur Genocide!'

https://actionsprout.io/977ECA

CIJA is urging the Government of Canada to work with the international community towards ending the horrific human rights abuses against the Uyghur people. There is verifiable evidence that the Governmet of China is committing genocide against the Uyghur people. We cannot allow this to continue..."

Do as we say, not as we do:  the chutzpah and comfortable contradictions of Canada's uber-zionists.

Work with partners of the international community to demand the closure of the concentration camps and unfettered access to the region.

If only they would call for the same rights for the people caged in Gaza and the West Bank. Especially since I have seen lots of videos on line of people in Xinjiang. There are no border patrols with Uzi's and checkpoints stopping anyone from entering or leaving the region. The people of Xinjiang have electricity, water and and a thriving modern economy. Palestinians have what? I do not think that the Chinese state is more brutal in its treatment of suspected Islamic terrorist than the IDF or Mossad let alone the US with its rendition sights around the globe.

kropotkin1951

NDPP

China slams Canada's treatment of First Nations in response to Sanctions

https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/china-slams-canada-s-treatment-of-first-...

"China moved swiftly to issue retaliatory sanctions against the EU and a spokesman said diplomats from the other countries had been contacted to express the regime's displeasure. 'We urge them not to underestimate Chinese people's firm determination to defend national interests and dignity...'

Global Affairs Canada did not immediately return a request for comment. In laying out China's argument Tuesday, Hua listed off a range of historical injustices western countries have carried out against minority populations, including among them Canada's residential school system.

'It must be pointed out that these countries which proclaim themselves to be 'judges' of human rights and are keen to lecture others, have an ignoble record on human rights,' Hua said..."

See link to full Chinese respone.

josh

Seeing a lot of what aboutism on here.  Trying to obscure the issue.  People who (rightly) point out hypocrisy, engaging in some of their own.  Kind of like what the Israeli government does.

kropotkin1951

josh wrote:

 Trying to obscure the issue.

What issue is that, in this thread called "the demonization of China."  Sorry we don't toe the US imperial line you get from your "left" leaning MSNBC. But then most posters on this sight also don't like the imperial line from the CBC or Liberals anymore than we like it from the the Washington Post or the Democrats.

melovesproles

Seeing a lot of what aboutism on here.  Trying to obscure the issue.

Or, it's the problem of human rights becoming a tool of geopolitical power politics. I guess we could all pretend otherwise and pat ourselves on the back for being "pure" and "unbiased" when we discuss them on the internet.

And this whole critical approach to looking at where these claims are coming from is something that should be completely absent from any discussion on human rights abuses. The idea that Adrian Zenz is not a reliable source! The man has done nothing but solid reality based research:

Worthy to Escape: Why All Believers Will Not Be Raptured Before the Tribulation by Adrian Zenz Phd

Sure if this was a thread on Trump, Josh would be mocking anyone who considered Zenz a valid source but clearly  you are a human rights denier if you take the same approach here.

NDPP

Moderate Rebels: Real Life in China, Media Propaganda and the New Cold War (and vid)

https://youtu.be/en_yLpQek3U

"Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton speak with Daniel Dunbrill, a Canadian immigrant and Youtuber who has lived in China for over a decade..."

NDPP

Caitlin Johstone: The US Weaponizes 'Human Rights' Against Nations like China

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/56494.htm

"The US, UK, EU and Canada have simultaneously implemented new sanctions against Chinese officials in yet another reminder that these nations consistently function as member states of a single empire on foreign policy, and that the Biden administration is continuing right where the Trump administration left off on anti-China hawkishness.

The only sane response to unfounded claims by known liars is skepticism and agnosticism until we are presented with proof that rises to the level required in a post-Iraq invasion world. The illusion is that the US and its allies have seen evidence of genocide and crimes against humanity and taken actions against China in the interest of human rights. The reality is that actions taken against China were already planned and a narrative was used to justify them.

Meanwhile we ordinary people are watching two nuclear-armed nations escalate against one another with increasing aggression, with escalations against Russia complicating things even further. This incredibly dangerous flirtation with the unthinkable is the most important thing happening  in our world, and we should all oppose it tooth and claw..."

NDPP

Anti-Asian Racism - How Bad Is It?

https://youtu.be/cAagxv8p7Rg

"Violent attacks against Asians have sky-rocketed in [North] America and Britain."

 

Top US Admiral Warns War with China Over Taiwan 'Much Closer Than Most Think'

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/03/27/usch-m27.html

"The US Pacific Fleet commander, Admiral John Aquilino, testified this week that he regarded a Chinese attack on Taiwan as the most threatening flashpoint for war in the Indo-Pacific region and advocated a further build-up of US military force in the western Pacific to counter China. His remarks underscore the mounting bipartisan clamour in Washington against Beijing and the accelerating danger of the Biden administration, not China, provoking a war..."

 

Canada's Sanctions Are Sending China A 'Message', Says Garneau

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thehouse/marc-garneau-china-kovrig-spavor-pande...

"Foreign Affairs Minister Garneau and his government have taken a more assertive approach to China in recent days. Garneau compares dealing with China on the international stage to standing up to a schoolyard bully..."

In fact 'the schoolyard bully' which Canada and politicians like Garneau long ago surrendered to and joined in the bullying is America not China.

NDPP

The Xinjiang 'Genocide' - Daniel Dumbrill

https://youtu.be/mH-0l_zToN4

An excerpt from the 'Genocide' panel with Canadian Daniel Dumbrill

JKR

UN in 'serious negotiations' with China about letting observers into Xinjiang province: Antonio Guterres

The United Nations is engaged in a "serious negotiation" with China about granting UN officials access to China's western Xinjiang province — the scene of what many Western nations have called a campaign of genocide directed by Beijing against the Muslim minority Uyghur population.

"A serious negotiation is, at the present moment, taking place between the Office of the High Commissioner [for Human Rights] and the Chinese authorities," UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres told CBC chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton in an interview that aired Sunday on Rosemary Barton Live. "I hope that they will reach an agreement soon and that the human rights high commissioner will be able to visit China without restrictions or limitations."

NDPP

How US forces 'Xinjiang forced labor' narrative on enterprises, industry, agencies

https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202103/1219582.shtml

"Using the pretext of 'forced labor' to pressure and sanction other countries' companies has been an old trick by the US, which is now exerting extreme pressure on companie in cotton-related industries in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region..."

 

This is too funny (and vid)

https://twitter.com/US_China_Menu/status/1376194970458025988

"The US has been bombing Uyhurs and calling East Turkistan Islamic Movement a 'terrorist' movement, until US decided it didn't like China anymore."

 

Rally held downtown to raise awareness about anti-Asian racism (and vid)

https://www.cp24.com/news/rally-held-downtown-to-raise-awareness-about-a...

"We need the PM and all Parliamentarians to take a stand against Anti-Asian racism. Instead of empty rhetoric, we demand concrete actions."

NDPP

'Liberals are quite reliably pro imperialist wars with few exceptions over centuries. Leftists can go either way. That means, my leftist reader, that most pro-war propaganda is designed for you..."

https://twitter.com/justinpodur/status/1375501924485767176

NDPP

"Boy, your greatest achievement is to have ruined the friendly relations between China and Canada, and turned Canada into a running dog of the US..."

https://twitter.com/CGChinaLiYang/status/1376139882461081604

Sounds about right to me.

Rikardo

rUleS -based order!!

kropotkin1951

For anyone wondering why the Chinese government banned the BBC from its airwaves here is the answer. Its misrepresentation of the context of the images, they stole from another documentary, would get you flunked out of any good journalism course.

A great little primer on how propaganda is made.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RK5Me8maG4&t=9s

kropotkin1951

dp

NDPP

The Real Danger of the Pentagon's New Indo-Pacific Plan

https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/03/29/the-real-danger-of-the-pentagons...

"The Pentagon recently asked Congress for an astronomical $27 billion budget increase to support a massive military buildup in Asia as part of its new Indo-Pacific plan, which calls for a substantially more aggressive military stance against China.

With the US already ranking first in military spending worldwide holding more than 290 military bases in the Asia-Pacific region alone, the aggressive buildup is being proposed at the most financially precarious moment in US history. According to the Congressional Budget Office report released this month, federal debt is projected to reach 102% of GDP by the end of 2021 before surpassing its historical high of 107% in 2031 and going on to nearly double to 2012% by 2051.

According to Doug Bandow 'Uncle Sam is headed toward insolvency.' How can the Biden administration sell such an expensive foreign policy proposal to the American public in these economically depressed times? By publicly stoking moral outrage and militarism. If the Biden administration truly cares about a moral order in Asia [It doesn't] it should address the formative role that US militarism has played  in the current state of Asian affairs..."

NDPP

Canadian warship transits South China Sea as diplomatic tensions remain high

https://twitter.com/dimitrilascaris/status/1378119916780412931

"The government of Justin Trudeau seems hell-bent on generating tension between China and Canada. Provocative acts such as these do not serve the interests of Canada or the Chinese people and they certainly do not serve the case of peace."

Warshington's boy Justin.

NDPP

Yellow Peril - Red Scare (and vid)

https://twitter.com/SpiritofHo/status/1378446140153200641

"A forum on the rise of anti-Asian racism and its connection to the history and present of Western imperialism."

NDPP

Anti-Asian Violence: Martial Arts Centre Opens Self-Defence Classes

https://youtu.be/F7ce1JZZ_EEI

"Amid a surge in anti-Asian hate crimes in the US, a martial arts centre in California opens self-defence classes for the most vulnerable."

Canada is as Sinophobic with a similar surge of anti-Asian violence. Let's hope martial arts studios here will also help protect the Asian target group.

NDPP

Canada should look in the mirror on genocide

https://twitter.com/CcarKen/status/1380178409146490882

"I'm deeply concerned about what's unfolding in the Canadian political landscape: baseless and malicious attacks on China..."

NDPP

#NDPConvention2021  - Prioritized Resolutions:

Resolution 04-08-21

"Genocide of the Uyghur people."

There is no 'genocide of the Uyghur people.'

kropotkin1951

NDPP wrote:

#NDPConvention2021  - Prioritized Resolutions:

Resolution 04-08-21

"Genocide of the Uyghur people."

There is no 'genocide of the Uyghur people.'

Are there any resolutions on paying reparations to the people of Libya?

NDPP

Trudeau government threatens Halifax Security Forum over proposed Taiwan award

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/04/11/trudeau-hailfax-security-forum-...

"...Honouring Taiwan's president at such a high-profile conference in Canada would likely irk Beijing - especially as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau [allegedly] tries to secure the release of the two Canadians imprisoned in China..."

Justin Trudeau sucks and blows simultaneously for the cameras on anti-China offensive. Cindy McCain? 'John McCain Prize for Leadership'? Why the hell does Canada sponsor such a manifestly malignant and malevolent imperialist cluster-fuck? Unless perhaps Canada is a manifestly malignant and malevolent imperialist cluster-fuck too...

kropotkin1951

The article clearly answers the question, "why would our colonial government get involved." The war drums are being pounded and parliament is voting in favour of motions about a genocide that is yet another NATO/5Eyes propaganda operation. Tell the people of Libya that our intention was only to save them from the brutal authoritarian regime that provided them the highest standard of living in Africa. Even Harvard pollsters who have been tracking public opinion in China for more than a decade have to admit that the government is supported by over 95% of the people. Apparently they have not seen the iron fist that we fantasize about but only see economic opportunities their parents, grand parents and great grandparents could not even imagine. China is a thriving market economy not a state run economy. The Chinese state controls capital not individual enterprise and that is why our rentier masters are so fucking afraid of them.

The Halifax forum, also sponsored by NATO, draws scores of powerful military and civilian leaders. Previous speakers have included then-U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel; Adm. Phil Davidson, the commander of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command; Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan; and officials from a host of other countries, including Israel, Estonia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Poland and Japan.

The forum’s website states it is “devoted to strengthening strategic cooperation among democratic nations.” It also purports to take a critical stance toward Beijing’s autocratic expansionism, and last year released a publication called “The HFX Handbook for Democracies,” which highlights “the serious challenge that China poses.” HFX promises donors that their contributions to the forum will strengthen their governments’ “resolve to stand up to China.”

Now the question is whether the forum itself will buck the Canadian government and honor one of Beijing’s top targets.

kropotkin1951

Here is an article that lays out the facts about Xinjiang. I am ashamed at our parliamentarians for their uncritical acceptance of war propaganda.

In the last 20 years, I visited China, my home country, almost twice a year, the last visit in November 2019. I saw, with my own eyes, the amazing progress China has made, and keep daily contacts with friends, former classmates, and students in various Chinese regions, including Xinjiang. Being a minority person myself and having lived in a Muslim-majority province in China, I know the western claim about “genocide” in Xinjiang is nothing but hot air.

The urgent focus of Canadians should instead be directed towards the ongoing genocide against Indigenous nations in Canada, rather than a clearly debunked “genocide” against Uyghurs in China”.  In 2019, Prime Minister Trudeau accepted the findings of the 1200-page Final Report of MMIWG, which concludes that various Canadian colonial laws and policies were created with “the intent of destroying the Indigenous Peoples”, and that Canada has carried out “deliberate race, identity and gender-based genocide”

Almost three years have passed and we have not seen implementation of any of the Report’s 231 “imperative recommendations.” Where’s the relentless effort from MPs to give Indigenous nations the resources to get out of poverty, fight systemic racism, and regain hope for the future?  Instead, we see them shamelessly jumping on the US bandwagon to start a new cold war with China.    

https://www.thecanadafiles.com/articles/canadian-politicians-parrot-debu...

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