Just before Joe Biden was scheduled to be "inaugurated," Pompeo spoke as if President Donald Trump is not necessarily going anywhere, though he did not specify whether the Trump administration plans to take any action against the Chinese regime in its last days.
"After careful examination of the available facts, I have determined that since at least March 2017, the People's Republic of China, under the direction and control of the Chinese Communist Party, has committed crimes against humanity against the predominantly Muslim Uyghurs and other members of ethnic and religious minority groups in Xinjiang," Pompeo indicated.
By using the word "genocide," Pompeo and his allies will likely have an easier time imposing new restrictive measures against the CCP, which is responsible for imprisoning more than one million people who oppose its agenda. Many of these people are being held in concentration camps throughout Chinese territory, and primarily in the Xinjiang region.
Many of these political prisoners are used as human guinea pigs in medical experiments while others are tortured, sterilized or forced to work, depending on their ability, to promote communism. The CCP also subjects its human slaves to indoctrination and reprogramming curriculum.
Communist China denies Pompeo's allegations, despite reporting from the Associated Press (AP) and others showing that many goods imported to the United States from China, including clothing and electronics, is made by slaves living in concentration camps.
According to official Chinese doctrine, all slaves are being held for the sole purpose of promoting economic and social development throughout the region. The only goal, it says, is to stamp out radicalism and keep all Chinese residents in line with the communist plan for global conquest.
"I believe this genocide is ongoing and that we are witnessing the systematic attempt to destroy Uighurs by the Chinese party-state," Pompeo added, calling on "all appropriate multilateral and relevant juridical bodies to join the United States in our effort to promote accountability for those responsible for these atrocities."
The first time the word "genocide" was ever legally applied by a government was during World War II to describe the Holocaust. Because of this, it would appear that Pompeo is rallying the troops for a potential World War III, this time with China as the target.
This could happen under a second Trump term or a Joe Biden "term," as the Biden team issued a similar statement back in 2020 referring to China's oppression of the Uighurs as "genocide."
This writer has pointed out in past work that the U.S. has its own genocide to deal with in the form of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), crop chemicals, vaccines, fluoride, deprivation of legal access to healing plants like cannabis, and so much more. However, nobody in government, either "left" or "right," has yet to declare any of this as such, let alone take action to fight it.
It would be nice, for once, to have government officials stand in defense of suffering Americans who are being targeted for genocide by Big Pharma, Big Vaccine and Big Chemical, not to mention Big Tech, which as of late has made it abundantly clear that people who engage in "wrongthink" and "wrongspeech" are to be terminated.
Perhaps Pompeo or whomever takes his place will get right on that in the coming weeks. We certainly will not hold our breath, though.
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