Himalaya Toronto Maple Leaf, Jojo
• Canadian and Australian mainstream media have reported on the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) genocide in Xinjiang.
o Canada’s National Post published an article entitled “They want to destroy us: Why China’s actions in Xinjiang are being called genocide.”
o The Chinese Embassy in Canada wrote to National Post, expressing firm opposition to its remarks about the CCP Genocide in Xinjiang and calling on the Canadian media to abide by their professional ethics and respect for facts and distinguish right from wrong.
o Australia has called for a United Nations investigation into allegations of human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang region.
• China Central Television’s International Review Forum: How is Xinjiang? Seeing is believing.
o This article mentions that 100% of employees in cotton textile companies say they can drink and toilet freely during work.
o Drinking water and using the toilet are basic human needs; if this is not guaranteed, then the CCP factories in Xinjiang are concentration camps. Mr. Lu De jokes that the person who wrote this article is definitely one of our Whistleblower Movement Warriors.
o Both the Nazis and the Khmer Rouge denied committing genocide, so did the CCP.
• Shi Zhengli’s best friend, Peter Daszak, said to Reuters that bat caves need exploring in search for COVID origins.
o Daszak was involved in research into the origins of SARS in 2003, tracing its roots to bats living in a cave in southwest Yunnan province. Mr. Lu De points out that he lied to the world about SARS with the CCP back in 2003. Now we have Dr. Yan, who will expose all their lies.
o WHO investigation team spent only 3 hours in Wuhan P4 Lab. Dr. Yan says that they must not have had access to the lab to check the virus samples because it takes 45 minutes to enter and exit a P4 lab alone for one person. And you need to be certified to get into the P4 lab (every lab has its own evaluation criteria), which Peter Daszak must not have. So, what makes him say the virus is not from the lab?
o It is difficult for ordinary people to verify what the scientists say, thus giving some scientists more power and religiousizing science.