The Chinese government has issued veiled threats to Australia’s national broadcaster that diplomatic relations could be damaged if the ABC broadcasts a report from its Beijing-based correspondent Stephen McDonell, according to ABC sources.
The report, which is due to air on the ABC’sÂ Foreign CorrespondentÂ program on Tuesday night, deals with the Chinese government’s increasingly harsh crackdown on the Uighurs, a small Muslim community in the far-western province of Xinjiang.Â (Sydney Moonbat Herald)
(Nearly ten million head choppers is just “a small minority” for ABC journaillie.)
Sure. Always on the side of the oppressed soldiers of allah. Doesn’t take much courage to damage our relations with China while we have a conservative government. The ABC needs to be put out of business.
The Uighurs, who are seeking an independent homeland, have been the subject of a brutal crackdown by Chinese authorities.
The Uighurs have Â been running amok for much too long and murdered hundreds of Han Chinese in their jihad, which the ABC generously omits.
The Chinese government has been condemned internationallyÂ for the life sentence that was recently imposed on well-respected Uighur scholar Ilham Tohti.
“Well respected” by whom? Why would anyone with his head still screwed on side with Islamic savages?
A fortnight ago, while McDonell was returning to Beijing after filming in Xinjiang, the Chinese embassy in Canberra contacted the ABC’s managing director, Mark Scott, to express their concerns about the program. They requested it not be aired.
Because they know how biased the ABC is.