Watchdogs outraged at China's 'Orwellian' oppression of Uighurs 30 years after Tiananmen Square

By Christopher Vondracek
Friday, June 7, 2019

Barbed wire enclosures at agricultural campuses should be only for livestock, not Muslim political prisoners in China’s reeducation camps, the U.S. ambassador for international religious freedom says.

“I was in vocational agriculture, and the barbed wire was used to keep the cattle in, not people,” Ambassador Sam Brownback said Friday during a Heritage Foundation panel discussion commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

Mr. Brownback called the camps for China’s minority Uighur Muslims an “Orwellian blueprint of oppression in Xinjiang,” the communist country’s northwestern province.

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