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COMMENT: A New York Times article that touted calls to boycott the Disney film “Mulan” failed to note how the Uyghur “independence” movement is inextricably linked with elements of U.S. intelligence, as well as a potpourri of fascists of various stripes.
Key Points of Discussion In Those Programs:
- The Uyghur movement is inextricably linked with U.S. regime change intelligence fronts.
- The Uyghur movement is inextricably linked with the Pan-Turkist movement.
- The Uyghur movement is inextricably linked with a constellation of fascist organizations, past and present, including the narco-fascist regime of Chiang Kai-Shek, the Grey Wolves (terrorist wing of the Alparslan Turkes’s National Action Party), Islamic terrorist offshoots of the Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Qaeda and ISIS) and the milieu of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (a branch of the former World Anti-Communist League, originally formed by Adolf Hitler in 1943.)
- The Network of Chinese Human Rights Defenders receives financing  from the National Endowment for Democracy. The Jamestown Foundation–another element in “Team Uighur” also has its genesis with William Casey and the Reagan administration. The widely repeated “study” generated by the NCHRD is based on interviews of eight individuals–this in an are with a population of 20 million. ” . . . . In a 2018 report  submitted to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – often misrepresented in Western media as a UN-authored report – CHRD ‘estimate[d] that roughly one million members of ethnic Uyghurs have been sent to ‘re-education’ detention camps and roughly two million have been forced to attend ‘re-education’ programs in Xinjiang.’ According to CHRD, this figure was ‘[b]ased on interviews and limited data.’ While CHRD states that it interviewed dozens of ethnic Uyghurs in the course of its study, their enormous estimate was ultimately based on  interviews with exactly eight Uyghur individuals. . . .”
Commentary in the Times article came from, among others, Adrian Zenz, a German-born End Times Christian and doctrinaire anti-feminist, anti-gay ideologue.
Zenz’s prominence as an “expert”  on the Uyghurs comes by virtue of his position with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, ” . . . . an outgrowth of the National Captive Nations Committee, a group founded by Ukrainian nationalist Lev Dobriansky to lobby against any effort for detente with the Soviet Union. Its co-chairman, Yaroslav Stetsko, was a top leader of the fascist OUN‑B militia  that fought alongside Nazi Germany during its occupation of Ukraine in World War Two. . . .”
Zenz has also generated his figures from highly questionable sources. Just as the Network of Chinese Human Rights Defenders based their report on interviews with eight individuals out of a population of 20 million, Zenz based his estimate on a single report by a TV station that broadcasts material from Al-Qaeda and ISIS-linked elements and individuals: ” . . . . Zenz arrived at his estimate ‘over 1 million’ in a dubious manner. He based it on a single report by Istiqlal TV, a Uyghur exile media organization based in Turkey . . . . Far from an impartial journalistic organization, Istiqlal TV advances the separatist cause while playing host to an assortment of extremist figures. One such character who often appears on Istiqlal TV is Abdulkadir Yapuquan, a reported leader of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement  (ETIM), a separatist group that aims to establish an independent homeland in Xinjiang called East Turkestan. . . . ETIM has been designated as a terrorist organization with ties to al-Qaeda by the US , European Union , and UN Security Council’s Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee . The Associated Press  has reported that since ‘2013, thousands of Uighurs… have traveled to Syria to train with the Uighur militant group Turkistan Islamic Party and fight alongside al-Qaida,’ with ‘several hundred join[ing] the Islamic State.’ . . .”
The Times article also quotes Joshua Wong . Financed by the National Endowment for Democracy , a U.S. intelligence cut-out. Wong has helped to boost the profile of the OUN/B‑connected elements that have decamped  from Ukraine to Hong Kong, influencing  the course of the so-called pro-democracy  movement.
Hong Kong activists have adopted the OUN/B slogan, now the official salute  of the Ukrainian police and military. ” . . . . The interest has been mutual, with Hong Kong’s ‘democrats’ drawing inspiration  from Ukraine’s pro-Western Euromaidan ‘revolution’ that has empowered far-right, fascistic forces. Hong Kong protesters have embraced the slogan  ‘Glory to Hong Kong’, adapted from ‘Slava Ukrayini’ or ‘Glory to Ukraine’, a slogan invented by  Ukrainian fascists and used by Nazi collaborators during WWII that was re-popularized by the Euromaidan movement. . . . ”
Joshua Wong–“boy wonder” and darling of the American MSM–has doubled down on affinity with Ukraine: ” . . . . ‘No matter the differences between Ukraine and Hong Kong, our fights for freedom and democracy are the same,’ Joshua Wong told The Kyiv Post  in 2019. ‘[W]e have to learn from Ukrainians… and show solidarity. Ukraine confronted the force of Russia — we are facing the force of Beijing.’ . . . .”
. . . . The area surrounding Turpan, known for its rugged landscapes, is the site of a number of detention camps. That includes the earliest documented case of what China has called “transformation through education” targeting Muslims from August 2013, said Adrian Zenz a researcher at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation in Washington, who has studied Chinese policies toward the Uighurs. . . .
. . . . On Monday, calls to boycott “Mulan” began growing on social media. Among the critics was Joshua Wong, a prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist, who accused Disney of bowing to pressure from Beijing. . . .