Chinese Media Depict BBC Reporters as Klansmen for Exposing Uyghur Genocide

Chinese Media Depict BBC Reporters as Klansmen for Exposing Uyghur Genocide


Two of China’s largest English-language state newspapers, the Global Times and the People’s Daily, published an illustration this weekend and on Monday showing what appeared to be a BBC reporter in Ku Klux Klan garb, interviewing a scarecrow in a field worked by black slaves.

The CGI illustration, by “patriotic cartoonist” Wuheqilin, depicts three people as Klansmen: a cameraman, a reporter, and someone in what appears to be a security guard uniform holding up the scarecrow.

“Can you tell us what unfair treatment you have suffered, Miss Scarecrow?” the reporter Klansman asks the scarecrow, who is decorated with a sign that reads “I’ve been sexually assaulted and abused.” The interview appears to take place in a cotton field worked by black slaves — apparently a reference to antebellum America. The scarecrow appears to represent the Uyghur people, as it is wearing Uyghur clothing. The Chinese Communist Party has been subjecting the

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