Having no legal basis from international laws, ‘genocide’ accusation on Xinjiang is more on geopolitics play
The latest farce staged by the West and the US on China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region took place in the UK on Friday – this time they are setting a pseudo-court named “Uyghur Tribunal” to collude a batch of anti-China forces and self-claimed human rights groups, attempting to labelling China for “genocide” accusations with “testimonies” of so-called “victims.”
The “tribunal” was established in September 2020 in the UK upon request of the World Uyghur Congress (WUC), which claimed to work for human rights but was proven to be a US-funded secessionist network. Geoffrey Nice, a British barrister, was founder and chair of the tribunal.
Given the political performance in the UK and some Western countries’ participating in hyping Xinjiang related topics, the Global Times reporter Liu Xin (GT) had an interview with Graham Perry (Perry), a British solicitor and…