World Economic Forum Leader Calls for ‘Re-Education Camps’
Wang Guan highlights the apparent success and efficacy of the program
World Economic Forum Young Global Leader Wang Guan has called for the Chinese Communist Party’s “re-education camps” used by the regime against Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
Wang, the chief political correspondent for a Chinese state-run media outlet’s American programming, was selected by Chairman Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) as one of 112 Young Global Leaders.
The WEF has become infamous for its globalist intervention around the world.
Klaus Schwab has repeatedly pushed for the “Great Reset” amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The globalist group has claimed it would abolish property ownership at its core, declaring “you will own nothing and be happy.”
The Chinese Communist Party-linked journalist and China Global Television Network (CGTN) host defended the CCP’s genocide of Uyghurs, an ethnic minority in Xinjiang province.
Wang euphemized the concentration camps Uyghurs are forced to live in as “re-education camps,” highlighting the apparent success and efficacy of the program in various interviews.
As The National Pulse reported:
In a short film where Wang visited Xinjiang and talked with Uyghurs, all of whom dispelled accusations against the Chinese Communist Party for carrying out ethnic cleansing, he appeared to defend the use of concentration camps.
“54 countries, most of them Muslim-majority states, defended China’s counter-extremism efforts in Xinjiang, commending China in its development policies there, and in 'providing care to its Muslim citizens',” he explained.
“And they probably have a point.”
The feature – “Western double standards on Xinjiang busted” – also presented several survivors of China’s “re-education camps,” suggesting their internment provided them with skills for life and work.
“We met 33-year-old artist Abulizikari Aobuli, who perfected his painting skills in the re-education center and now works in a gallery,” Wang said.
“We caught up with 30-year-old Yuregul Yusan, who works in the hospitality sector,” he added.
“We found 26-year-old Rukiya Yakup, who improved her mandarin and now works as a real estate agent.
"And we met 23-year-old Halinur, who’s now a cashier at a restaurant,” Wang claimed.
“According to local officials, the vast majority of the attendees picked up a skill or two, completed their training, and went home,” Wang asserted in another CGTN video, Western propaganda on Xinjiang’s camps rebutted.
“Twenty-six-year-old Rukiya Yakup spent ten months in the education center. While there, she perfected her Mandarin skills and studied sales.”
“Now, she is a real estate sales agent, earning over 8,000 yuan, more than 1,100 U.S. dollars a month, way above local average income,” he added.
“I feel that I’m happier now.
"I learned Mandarin (in the re-education center).
"I can receive both Han people and Uygurs.”
“My income is considerable,” Yakup reportedly said during her interview with the state-run media outlet.