Totalitarian China Joins U.N. Human Rights Panel
The UN has done it again. The UN has appointed China on April 1st (no it's not an april fools joke) to a United Nations Human Rights Council panel where it will play a key role in picking the world body’s human rights investigators — including global monitors on freedom of speech, health, enforced disappearances, and arbitrary detention — in a move that has sparked protest by international human rights activists. In case the UN doesn't know, or just simply chooses to ignore, China is a totalitarian dictatorship that systematically curbs fundamental basic human rights from almost 1.4 billion people, including freedom of expression, association, assembly, and religion, when their exercise is perceived to threaten its Communist one-party rule. There is no freedom of speech, religion or press in China, or infact any kind of basic human rights and if anyone tries to protests against that they are arrested, tortured, imprisoned and in some cases, have their organs removed from them while they are still alive.
A Chinese doctor, Dr. Enver Tohti, who performed an organ harvesting operation in the 1990s giving testimonybefore Irish lawmakers.
China holds millions of Uyghurs in mordern day concentration camps where they are psychologically and physically tortured on a daily basis simply for being ethnically Uyghurs .
Footage showing Uyghurs being transported to a concentration camp.
China continues to brutally occpy Tibet, denying the local Tibetans their human rights while persecuting the local Tibetans for the past 70 years. It is estimated that more than a million Tibetans died as a direct result of the Chinese brutal occupation of their lands, while millions fled the country and live as refugees all over the world, but mainly in India.
Protesting Tibetans being brutally beaten by Chinese security forces in 2008
The really alarming aspect of China joining the UNHRC panel, is that China will be able to influence the selection of at least 17 UN human rights mandate-holders over the next year, known as special procedures, who investigate, monitor, and publicly report on either specific country situations, or on thematic issues in all parts of the world, such as freedom of speech and religion. Basically it will do to the UNHRC panel what it already done to the WHO, which is now an unofficial organ of the Chinese Communist party and has helped it to cover up the Corona virus epidemic.