New Yorker Uses Cartoons to Boost “Uyghur Genocide” Myth

April 3, 2021 (Brian Berletic – LD) – The New Yorker is the latest Western media front to use cartoons in place of where real evidence should be presented – to boost Washington’s propaganda war and accusations against Beijing it is carrying out “genocide” against the population of Xinjiang. 

I expose the lack of evidence behind this myth, why it was necessary to use cartoons to sell it, and the compromised Washington-based or funded fronts that aided in the creation of this latest propaganda piece from the New Yorker. 


New Yorker – Inside Xinjiang’s Secret Detention Camps (360/VR) | Reeducated:

New Yorker – “Reeducated”:

New Yorker – Inside Xinjiang’s Prison State

LD – Amnesty International Admits Syrian “Saydnaya” Report Fabricated Entirely in UK:

Amnesty International – Saydnaya Prison: Human Slaughterhouse (2017):

Eyebeam – Support (the sponsors of New Yorker’s video):

Living Otherwise – Ben Mauk on Xinjiang, Kazakhstan, China & Violence (interview):

China File – Where Did the One Million Figure for Detentions in Xinjiang’s Camps Come From?:

Twitter – Adrian Zenz’s profile:

Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation – Overview:

Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation – Leadership:

Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation – 2019 Annual Report (PDF):

Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation – Trustee, Paula J. Dobriansky:

Radio Free Asia – About RFA:

United State Agency for Global Media – Oversight:

Australian Strategic Policy Institute – Nathan Ruser:

ASPI – 2019-2020 Annual Report (PDF):

Xinjiang Victims Database:

Xinjiang Victims Database – “Primary Evidence Report” (PDF):

US National Endowment for Democracy (NED) – Xinjiang/East Turkestan (2020):

World Uyghur Congress – About:

Associated Press – AP Exclusive: Uighurs fighting in Syria take aim at China:

Brian Berletic, formally known under the pen name “Tony Cartalucci” is a geopolitical researcher, writer, and video producer (YouTube here and BitChute here) based in Bangkok, Thailand. He is a regular contributor to New Eastern Outlook and more recently, 21st Century Wire. You can support his work via Patreon here.