“China’s political system is rewarding a failed politician, Xi Jinping” – Uygur

Last year, Chinese President Xi Jinping declared that China was “confidently moving forward on the road to development” at a ceremony to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China and control the spread of the Corona virus. Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang gave speeches in May this year about China’s economic growth and eliminating unemployment, but according to data from the China Bureau of Statistics in July this year, the youth unemployment rate in China has reached 19.3 percent.

In addition, Xi Jinping has demanded strict implementation of the policy of “reducing the corona virus to 0”, and many large cities in China, including Shanghai, have been completely or partially locked down. Dissatisfaction with government policies is growing as citizens are hindered from working and living normally.

Mr. Gordon Chang, an expert on Chinese affairs in the United States, spoke to our radio about this and said, “2022 has been a very bad year for China and the Chinese Communist Party. Xi Jinping is considered to be the longest-serving person in the history of the Chinese Communist Party after Mao Zedong. Again, the possibility of a third term for a man who has failed in all his domestic policies shows how abnormal the system is. China’s political system is actually rewarding a failed politician. The Chinese problem is local, the Chinese Communist Party relies heavily on propaganda, but people will see the truth anyway. Now people’s economic situation is getting worse and citizens are protesting because of the total lockdown according to the policy to eliminate the Corona virus. One problem after another. “Although China tries to distort the issue as much as it wants, people will soon see the reality.”

As China’s internal and external problems increase, the situation of Uyghurs in the Uyghur region, who are suffering from mass abductions and forced into camps, high-tech surveillance and random abductions, has worsened. International human rights organizations and the media have increased attention to China, and are urgently demanding that China be held accountable for its “crimes against humanity” and “genocide” in the Uyghur region.

Dr. Free Ekram, a teacher and strategy expert at Turkey’s Hajitepe University, spoke about Xi Jinping’s policies and said: “Xi Jinping is unknowingly escalating the maritime dispute with Japan. It has proven that it does not obey international law in the Taiwan and Hong Kong issues. “The biggest problem that has damaged China’s international reputation is the genocidal policy being carried out against Uyghurs in Eastern Turkistan.”

On August 2nd, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan at a time when relations between the US and China are becoming increasingly tense, and Taiwan is showing a hard line to the US on China’s issue. Members of the US National Assembly also arrived in Taiwan on August 14, and they began a two-day visit. With this, it became clear that “China’s land threats are useless” in the international community, and fierce discussions about this issue began.

It turns out that the Beijing authorities have included the word “reunification” that they emphasized in 1993 and 2000 in the white paper on Taiwan. In the latest version of the “White Book” published by China after 22 years, the lines “Beijing will not send soldiers or administrative personnel to Taiwan” mentioned in previous versions have been removed.

Observers insist that Xi Jinping is making many mistakes in order to consolidate his hard-won position over the years and achieve his political goals of “unifying” China and Taiwan.

Mr. Gordon Chang added: “The United States and the European Union are beginning to reassess their views on China. Countries that were considering cooperation with China years ago are rethinking their policies towards China because of Xi Jinping’s policies. This kind of reconsideration has not yet shown much effect, and the problem is that the parties have to make decisions more quickly. But what is important is that all countries are considering the right measures in their policies towards China.

Mr. Lee Ekram also shared the same opinion as Mr. Gordon Chang, who pointed out the wrong policies implemented by Chinese President Xi Jinping in the “One Belt One Road” project.

Experts are pushing the possibility that the 69-year-old Xi Jinping, 69-year-old Xi Jinping, will sit indefinitely as the general secretary of the Communist Party of China and the Chinese state president at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China in the coming months.



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