China happy that all this Huawei business is distracting from their genocide - The Beaverton

China happy that all this Huawei business is distracting from their genocide

BEIJING – With many countries refusing to allow technology because of its links to Chinese intelligence agencies, as well as the company’s CFO still waiting for extradition to the US, many high up in the Chinese Communist Party are just grateful for the distraction from their having put over a million members of the ethnic minority into concentration camps.

“My new year’s resolution is to look at the bright side of life,” said People’s Republic of China President , “so that’s what I’m trying to do. Sure it’s taking longer than I thought to control all telecommunications, but the silver lining is that we’re not being held accountable for the ongoing human rights abuses of the Uyghur ethnic minority.

Huawei’s possible misuse of users’ data is the latest in a long series of things that the western press would rather report on than atrocities against the Uyghurs. Previous topics include: internet censorship; a trade war; the entirety of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games; the recent outbreak in Wuhan; and the fact that President Xi looks like Winnie the Pooh.

China has also reportedly planned several new distracting stories in the coming months, including claiming sovereignty over Newfoundland, building a second great wall, and having President Xi finally dress like Winnie the Pooh.

“Yes I in constant fear and terror,” said Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region resident Turghun Balasaghuni. “But I get it, we’ve already been reported on so it’s boring now and needs to keep their viewership up.”

In a related story, is grateful that Peter MacKay tweeting about his yoga is distracting from a lack of clean water on reserves.