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Our Clothes in China?

Chinese cotton clothes — made by “MUSLIMS”?

Question: “What?” The United States Department of Customs and Border Protection banned all imports from a leading Chinese clothing manufacturer in September.

Question: “Where?” Hettian Taida Apparel Company, located in Xinjiang, is one of China’s largest producers of cotton garments located in Xinjiang Province — and also home to over 200 million Chinese Muslims.

Question: “Why?” The U.S. says China’s garment industry in general and Hetian Taida in particular use forced labor of Muslim prisoners for production of their goods.

Question: “How?” World’s largest producer of cotton, China, also built the world’s largest prison network for workers to maintain their world wide distribution of garments.

Question: “Who?” Uighur (pronounced ‘Wee-Gur’) Muslims along with Chinese Muslims make up almost the entire inmate population of this huge prison system.

Question: “Name?” Northern Xinjiang was called Dzungaria after locals, the Dzungar Mongols. “Chinese Turkestan” was renamed to “East Turkestan” by Nikita Bichurin, a Russian Sinologist in 1829 referring to the Tarim Basin.

Question: “Details Please” —

China’s Uighur, Chinese and other ethnic Muslim groups all suffer being locked up and forced into slave labor in “Re-Education Camps” at the hands of Chinese communists, as part of their supply chain of cotton

At least one organization has taken on China’s world wide dominance in the cotton and clothing industry, the Citizen Power Initiatives for China. Their report details eye-witness testimony proving the so-called “re-education” prisons there are nothing more than slave labor camps, designed to maintain global dominance of mass production of cotton garments — using free labor.

Their documents report on Chinese use of “modern slavery”, distortion of free trade, violation world wide labor standards and serious human rights violations. The report also mentions prisoners shipped off to remote areas, being punished with hard labor under very difficult conditions, while gaining huge profits for state owned cotton manufacturing and distribution.

Communism has supported the forced labor of prisoners since taking over China in 1949, sending inmates from all over China to the remote desert areas of Xinjiang, where they experienced horrid conditions and difficult labor to “contribute to Xinjiang’s economic development”.

Today 75 prisons with over 22,000,000 men, women — and yes — children, make up the largest percent of inmates per capita, and this does not included the Uighur Muslim “re-education” camps.

The  Chinese communist government came up with a plan in 2014 to put down Uighur Muslim in Xinjiang, involving detaining huge numbers of Uighur Muslims in what they call “re-education” camps, to remove their Turkish ethnicity and Muslim identity, and force them into loyalty to the Communist Party. Witnesses say well over one million Uighur Muslims are currently in these slave labor camps.

In 2014 the Chinese government implemented a strategy to suppress Uighurs in Xinjiang even more. It involves the detention of large numbers of Uighurs in so-called “re-education” camps or vocational training centers, intended to cleanse them of their ethnic identity and make them loyal to the Communist Party. Observers estimate that China has detained more than one million Uighurs in this system.

At the same time, the Chinese communist government began a project to increase their cotton clothing production. They moved the production factories of garments closer to Xinjiang’s cotton growers, so Uighurs could be enslaved for free production.

Now over 2,200 new such factories have been started there and brag how they supply the world’s major brands. 2018 saw China document almost 1/2 million new Uighur “workers” from poor homes, related to “convicted” or “detained” prisoners and/or re-education inmates.

Some acting as spokespersons for the communist government claims it has set up a “vocational skills center” for training and education. Others have come out to accuse foreign media of “untrue reports” about the “re-education centers”.

As long as the slave labor operation continues to put down religious devotion in favor of communist adherence and bring in huge amounts of money, there is no reason for China to stop the inhumane treatment of Uighur Muslims, or anyone else for that matter. In fact, authorities of these prison labor camps delete any online information revealing these prison type factories and use complex layers of deceitful ownership of companies to hide slave labor farms as legitimate businesses.

The most expansive and intrusive surveillance system on the planet has now been established by Beijing to monitor all of Xinjiang, making the entire province nothing more than an open-air prison. Barbed wire and armed guards are no longer needed to enslave and control these poor people. Voice and facial-recognition technology keeps a 24 hour check on every single human trapped there.

The United States’ Tariff Act (1930) bans any imports made by forced labor, as such America should take the lead in enforcement of banning importation of all cotton products coming out of China. This could help bring about a more humane treatment of inmates and even allow those innocent of any crimes to return home, instead of being forced to give up their livelihood, homes, friends and family to become part of the world’s largest slave labor network.

Clearly forced labor is used in these prisons located in Xinjiang and it being the largest supplier of cotton clothing production in China, it should be assumed by western consumers, companies and governments anything made from cotton coming out of China is produced by Muslims in slave labor camps.

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