Chinese Leak Confirms Genocide Scheme By President

( )- A large cache of Chinese Communist Party internal papers from the Uyghur heartland of East Turkistan, exposed on Tuesday, revealed that Uyghur genocide authorities repeatedly credited tyrant Xi Jinping as personally authorizing homicidal policies.
In a 2018 address, China’s Public Security Minister Zhao Kezhi praised Party officials and police in East Turkistan for striving to “break the lineages, break the roots, break the ties, break the origins” of the region’s inhabitants.

The “Xinjiang Police Files,” published by Adrian Zenz and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, include speeches by high-ranking Party officials, PowerPoint presentations used to train Chinese police in East Turkistan, thousands of photos and profiles of concentration camp victims in East Turkistan, and instructional documents teaching camp guards how to handle prisoners. Zenz validated the papers with academics and specialists on East Turkistan, which China calls the “Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.”

Zenz said he obtained the materials “unexpectedly” from a “third party.” The man, who requested anonymity for safety, got the records by hacking into East Turkistan’s Public Security Bureau computer systems in Konasheher (shufu xian) and Tekes (tekesi xian).

According to a broad spectrum of academics and governments, the Chinese Communist Party is committing genocide against the Uyghur people and other Turkic communities in East Turkistan, including Presidents Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

The use of over 1,000 concentration camps to brainwash, torture, enslave, and rape victims; the mass sterilization of non-Han ethnic women; and a concerted effort to eradicate Islam in the country by destroying mosques or forcing them to preach only communist indoctrination and promoting Xi Jinping’s personality cult are all evidence that China is intentionally trying to destroy these ethnic groups.

Understanding who ordered the genocidal policies currently being implemented is crucial for international law enforcement, where genocide is a peremptory norm that any court can prosecute. This will help determine who should face trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) or similar venues. Senior officials whose words emerge in the Xinjiang Police Files praise Xi Jinping directly for authorizing an eradication effort in East Turkistan.

Chen Quanguo, Communist Party secretary in Xinjiang, describes murderous policies like putting Uyghurs in concentration camps.