• Red Dragon Concerns Continue: Confronting Communist China

    Surge Summary: More concerning developments regarding the nation of China: financial ties to scientists and researchers working for the National Institute of Health, suspicious shipments of firearms and human-hair wigs, evidence of genocide … U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and the Trump Administration are recommending action against the regime.

    by Gary Bauer

    With all the negative headlines, from Covid to riots, some things are not getting the attention they deserve.  Here are a few stories you should know about.

    We have reported in the past that the Trump Administration is cracking down on communist China’s extensive espionage at our college campuses.  Recently, news broke that 54 scientists and researchers have been fired by the National Institutes of Health for failing to disclose their financial ties to the communist regime.

    Last week, federal authorities in Louisville, Kentucky, announced that they had intercepted a shipment headed to Melbourne, Florida.  It contained parts for more than 10,000 assault weapons.  The shipment originated in communist China.  I’m sure there’s a benign explanation.

    In addition, U.S. authorities in New York recently seized another shipment from China — $800,000 worth of wigs made from human hair taken from ethnic Muslim Uighurs trapped in concentration camps in the Xinjiang region of the country.

    A spokesman for the National Security Council said, “If this highly suspicious, 13-ton shipment of human hair indeed turns out to be linked to the Uighur concentration camps, then this is a new low — even for the Chinese Communist Party.”

    But it gets worse.  New reports indicate that births in the Xinjiang region have fallen dramatically, strongly indicating that the communist Chinese are using forced abortions and sterilizations to ethnically cleanse the region of its Uighur population.

    Yesterday, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, on which I serve as a Trump-appointee, called on the administration and the United Nations to confront the communist Chinese over this clear evidence of genocide.

    President Trump recently signed legislation authorizing new sanctions against Chinese Communist Party officials responsible for human rights abuses against the Uighur population.

    Originally posted here.

    The views here are those of the author and not necessarily Daily Surge.

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