This past Friday, a spokesperson standing for communist China issued a condemnation against Canada and the United States for their historical treatment of their respective indigenous peoples.
“The U.S. is in no position to wield human rights as a stick around the world,” stated the communist spokesman. “It needs to reflect upon and redress its own human rights crimes including genocide, racial discrimination, and forced labor. The genocide committed by the U.S. on American Indians is a publicly recognized fact. Even today, American Indians remain an ‘invisible’ community and a ‘disapproving minority.'”
“According to U.S. media reports, the living space of Native Americans has been seriously squeezed and they live in harsh conditions. About a quarter of Navajo women and some infants had high levels of radioactive substance in their systems as a result of mining for U.S. weaponry on their reservation,” continued the Chinese spokesman.
“American Indians born today have a life expectancy that is 5.5 years less than the national average,” the spokesman went on. “In the U.S., ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples, refugees, and immigrants are constantly threatened by discrimination, hate speeches, and xenophobia [sic] acts, while white supremacy remains a tumor in American society. The international community will be watching to see whether and how the U.S. will seriously review and redress its deplorable human rights record.”
The spokesman then turned his ire on Canada, which just recently has been plagued by protests and strings of vandalism in the wake of the discovery of a series of unmarked indigenous graves along locations where the Catholic Church used to have residential schools that ran on government funding during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
This past Thursday which happened to be Canada Day, groups of vandals spent their time protesting the gravesites by ripping down statues of Queens Victoria and Elizabeth II outside the Manitoba Legislature, all the while police just watched on, as reported by The Daily Wire.
Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, recently issued demands of Pope Francis to fly to Canada in order to apologize on Canadian soil for the existence of these unmarked graves.
The celebrations surrounding Canada Day, which is a holiday that celebrates the Dominion of Canada’s founding back in 1867, was reportedly “muted” this year after the discovery of the unmarked graves, as reported by the New York Post.
“I’ve suggested the church arsons & the tearing down of statues may be the work of Antifa, tax-funded ‘anti-hate’ groups, or undercover cops,” speculated Ezra Levant, a journalist for Rebel News. “But we can’t discount the possibility that they’re orchestrated by Communist China. They have the means, the motive & the opportunity.”
This is all in response to the fact that China currently faces strong international scrutiny for its alleged treatment of Uyghur Muslims and a series of other minorities.