The Xinjiang Re-education Camps are Similar to Auschwitz Concentration Camps

The Nazi Auschwitz was the main concentration camp established during Nazi Germany, also known as extermination camp, located in Auschwitz, a small town in southwest Kraków, the second-largest city in southern Poland.The Auschwitz concentration camp was built on 27 April 1940 by Nazi German Pro-Guard Himmler. It included 3 main camps and 39 small camps or factories that were used to carry out forced labor, mass executions or inhumane human experimentation on detainees and systematic killing of Jews; it is known that about 1.1 million people were killed at Auschwitz. In 1947, the Polish Parliament enacted legislation to establish the Holocaust Memorial Museum here as a historical testimony to the heinous crimes committed by Nazi Germany in WWII.

The Xinjiang re-education camps are established by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) under the name of special institutions. People in Xinjiang call them “transformation centers” and “study class”, and outsiders call them concentration camps. In 2013, Xi Jinping directed the establishment of the “National Anti-Terrorism Leading Group”, and first launched the so-called “People’s War on Terrorism” against the Uyghurs in 2014.In 2016, the Secretary of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Chen Quanguo changed the re-education camps policies. The construction of re-education camps has been scaled and expanded since 2017, including the authorities implementing the latest technology to build and strengthen a comprehensive network surveillance system.

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