People’s Republic of China President Xi Jinping and his government henchmen are sending their representatives to “sleep with” the wives of Uighurs whose husbands have been interred in the PRC’s concentration camps reeducation locations for the crime of being Muslim.
The excuse for this?
Party officials who are called “relatives” (but not actually related) visit Uighur families every two months, stay for up to a week, and in some reported instances, share a bed with the women, [Radio Free Asia] reported.
Because, says a PRC Government Man,
They help [the families] with their ideology, bringing new ideas. They talk to them about life, during which time they develop feelings for one another.
Normally one or two people sleep in one bed, and if the weather is cold, three people sleep together.
Right. Two on one; the wife is especially helpless.
After all, it’s not like those PRC government men see Uighurs—especially the women—as human beings: they’re just receptacles for those government men’s…fluids. And with over a million Uighurs locked away, that’s a lot of women available for…comfort service.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D, CA) has the right of this one.
It’s difficult to imagine a more intimate form of political violence against an already terrorized minority. The United States must speak out about the systemized enslavement and attempted cultural obliteration of the Uyghurs.
More than just talk though. Maybe we, and the world at large, don’t need to be engaging in any sort of economic trade with such a willfully barbaric nation.