Chinese Concentration Camps Force-Feeding Prisoners Chemicals

If you think the lockdown in your state is bad, bless your lucky stars that you don’t live in China.

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is literally soldering iron bars across the doors and windows of homes so people can’t escape and force-feeding them chemicals under the threat of detainment.

The CCP first kicked off the Lockdown Games (similar to, but not to be confused with, the Hunger Games) by locking down the entire city of Wuhan, with a population of around 11 million. For anyone who’s counting, New York City, America’s largest city, has a population of 8 million.

In the Xinjiang Province of China, the CCP was already rounding up the ethnic Uighur population and putting them in concentration camps well before the Coronavirus was unleashed on the world. Now with the Coronavirus – ahem, China Virus – excuse, the CCP is working overtime to essentially kill off the Uighur population, whether through forced sterilization or good old execution for failing to comply with the CCP’s demands.

The Associated Press reports that under the pretext of “safety,” CCP henchmen have taken to imprisoning Uighurs in concentration camps and spraying them with chemicals that the CCP is calling “disinfectants.”

Concentration camps. Chemicals. Where have we heard this one before? That’s right, 1944 Nazi Germany.

“It was scalding,” recounted a woman from Xinjiang, declining to be named out of fear of retribution. “My hands were ruined, my skin was peeling.”

Along with unspecified chemicals, the CCP is also force-feeding the residents of Xinjiang “traditional Chinese medicines,” including a herbal remedy called Qingfei Paidu. Maybe for you, the phrase “herbal remedy” conjures an image of a Woodstock hippie burning incense, except that this herbal remedy in question includes ingredients banned in the U.S. and Switzerland, among other countries, for high levels of toxins and carcinogens.

Meaning it can kill you and/or give you cancer. In the U.S. we call that a twofer. Except this isn’t like one of those “buy a Big Gulp, get a hot dog” deals at 7-Eleven.

In March, when the World Health Organization (yes, the same organization President Trump defunded) retracted its lapdog support for China’s “herbal remedies” as a fix for the Coronavirus the Beijing city government tried to pass a law that would criminalize speech “defaming or slandering” traditional Chinese medicine.

(For a supposedly tough country that wants to take over the world, China is incredibly sensitive to the smallest of slights. The Chinese Communist Party has even banned the children’s cartoon character Winnie the Pooh because of his resemblance to Chinese president Xi Jinping. If you think that’s pathetic, you’re right.)

Is Xinjiang’s treatment really all that different from the rest of China? In other parts of China where the CCP imposed lockdowns, residents were allowed out of their homes for exercise or grocery runs. When 300 cases were reported in Beijing in early June, the CCP locked down a few select neighborhoods for a couple of weeks.

Wuhan, the mother of all epicenters, experienced a draconian lockdown to contain their over 50,000 cases, but interestingly enough their residents were never force-fed cancer-causing toxins.

Contrast the treatment of those cities with Xinjiang, where there have been 826 cases reported since mid-July and the lockdown is 45 days and counting with Xinjiang barricaded into their homes and fed subsistence rations by state police auxiliaries.

Around 15 million people in Xinjiang are under a lockdown that extends hundreds of miles from the center of the “outbreak” in the capital, Urumqi (not to be confused with British funk band Jamiroquai).

In Xinjiang, residents are forced to drink “traditional medicine” in white unmarked bottles – and if they don’t drink they’re detained in concentration camps. As if they weren’t already detained in their homes.

For decades, the Chinese government has struggled to control the Xinjiang region, which is at the western-most reaches of China, far-away from the capital city of Beijing, which is located near the northeastern Chinese coast. By some measures, Xinjiang has the most police per capita of ANYWHERE ON THE PLANET. And these police aren’t like Joe O’Dooley, your friendly neighborhood cop who taught you how to drink a beer (anyone?), these are Gestapo types that detain someone only to have that someone mysteriously die of unexplained circumstances in one of their filthy overcrowded prisons.

One businessman who visited Xinjiang from Beijing for a work trip has been detained in quarantine since mid-July, despite having taken five Coronavirus tests (*cough* China Virus *cough*) and testing negative every time.

You start to get the feeling that the Chinese Communist Party was just looking for an opportunity to lock up and kill off its people.