Chinese immigrant shames US corporations for doing China’s bidding: ‘I don’t recognize’ America

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A Chinese immigrant campaigning for a U.S. congressional seat for New Hampshire’s 2nd district is speaking out against American companies that are profiting from the Beijing Olympics while seemingly ignoring the country’s ongoing human rights abuses.

Lily Tang Williams joined Fox News “Fox and Friends First” Tuesday and railed against companies and firms using the Olympics for financial gain amid the Chinese Communist Party’s internment of its Uyghur population.

In fact, just this month, China sentenced Sattar Sawut, former head of the Xinjiang Education Department, to death for his role in creating once-approved textbooks the government suddenly banned, the Associated Press reported.

The textbooks in question featured narratives the government had previously approved regarding a 1940s uprising against the then-ruling Chinese Nationalist Party for its ethnic repression, AP said. A state-sponsored documentary about the material in the textbook reportedly said it incited ethnic hatred.

As for the Olympics, “Unfortunately, lots of corporations in America have put profits, money, business deals above the human rights,” Williams told co-host Todd Piro.

“They’re very woke, and they attack America for some history, but they don’t call out China who is committing cultural genocide right now,” she continued.

Her remarks come on the heels of Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) blasting NBC for refusing to air a commercial he authored that sought to expose the various companies making money off the Olympics, which he dubbed the “genocide games.” Some firms spotlighted in the ad were Coca-Cola, Visa, and Procter & Gamble.

“It’s always a propaganda show opportunities for the CCP to show the world how glorious China is,” Williams stated. “There are lots of things that they don’t want you to show, don’t want you to report. Now people can see the true color of CCP through the Olympics.”

Viewership for the opening ceremonies tanked with a whopping loss of 40 percent as critics worldwide continued to raise concerns over the communist nation’s egregious track record on human rights.

As well, irony and karma joined forces to lay down some justice where it was due when 19-year-old California-born Beverly Zhu renounced her U.S. citizenship and changed her name to Zhu Yi in order to compete under the flag of China in figure skating at the Beijing Olympics. As BPR reported, Zhu fell twice on the ice during her debut in the women’s short program, coming in last and relegating her team to fifth place in the event which reportedly prompted a backlash on Chinese social media.

Williams, a survivor of Mao Tse-tung’s Cultural Revolution, says the culture war is now here in the United States.

“The country I love [is] becoming more like the country I left,” Williams said. “I fled tyranny for America, for freedom and prosperity, but for so many years later, I don’t recognize my country.”

Australia, Canada, Denmark, and others are also diplomatically boycotting the Olympics alongside the United States, although it is perceived by many as a meaningless gesture of no consequence to the communist government of China, though a gesture for which Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian in December said “The U.S. will pay a price.”


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