Chinese embassy release propaganda film riddled with misinformation on Uyghur genocide

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The Chinese Embassy in Canberra has aired a bizarre nine-minute propaganda film riddled with misinformation in an attempt to downplay the acts of genocide being committed against the Uyghur population in Xinjiang. The video was littered with propaganda declaring Xinjiang as a "wonderful land" and spoke about free-education camps in the region. The ambassador slammed so-called "distorted coverage" of the situation in Xinjiang where up to a million Uyghurs are being kept in 're-education camps'. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has come out against the treatment of the Muslim minority group declaring Beijing is committing "genocide and crimes against humanity" The Australian Strategic Policy Instituted has claimed there are more than 380 're-education' camps in the region which is up more than 40 per cent from previous estimates. In early 2021 the BBC did an expose on the horrific treatment of the Uyghur population, highlighting the treatment of females in the camps which included forced sterilisation.
The Chinese Embassy in Canberra has aired a bizarre nine-minute propaganda film riddled with misinformation in an attempt to downplay the acts of genocide being committed against the Uyghur population in Xinjiang. The video was littered with propaganda declaring Xinjiang as a "wonderful land" and spoke about free-education camps in the…
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