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Chinese propagandist tweets cartoon criticizing Trudeau's reconciliation efforts

The cartoon reads: “We stole your land, we killed your men, we buried your child, Let’s reconcile," in a tweet that states "Who is this man? Isn't he worried about the indigenous people spitting on his face?"

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Chinese diplomat and propagandist for the Chinese Global Times Li Yang tweeted a cartoon of Justin Trudeau, mocking the prime minister for his stance on reconciliation.

The cartoon reads: "We stole your land, we killed your men, we buried your child, Let’s reconcile," in a tweet that states "Who is this man? Isn't he worried about the indigenous people spitting on his face?"

Beijing's consul general in Rio de Janeiro smugly replied: "Do you think your so-called reconciliation is worth showing off?!!!"

The tweets come after weeks of Chinese propaganda declaring that Canada cannot in good conscience comment on the calculated effort by the Chinese government to ethnically cleanse the Xinjiang region of its Muslim minority (i.e. genocide.)

While the Chinese government unapologetically continue to kill off their Muslim minority and brag about how they've converted Uyghur women from "baby-making machines" to good Chinese citizens, Canada has made actual efforts to reach out to communities it has wronged.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said as much. When Canada pressed China to open up Xinjiang, the region where Uyghurs are centralized, to international observers, China criticized our treatment of the Indigenous. In response Trudeau said bluntly: "Where is China's truth and reconciliation committee? Where is their truth?"

"The systemic abuse and human rights violations against the Muslim Uyghurs, the concerns about the situation in Hong Kong, in Tibet. These are things that matter not just to people living in China, but to people around the world," said Trudeau, who thanked his G7 allies for aligning themselves with "Canada's position."

"In Canada, we have a Truth and Reconciliation commission. Where is China's Truth and Reconciliation commission? Where is their truth?"

Trudeau said that Canada owned up to its mistakes from the past and in its present, but that China had not displayed any sort of openness.

Trudeau added that Canadians and people around the world "are speaking up for people like the Uyghurs, who find themselves voiceless, faced with a government that will not recognize what's happening to them."

China has used Canada's hard work toward an equal society, for fairness and justice for all citizens, to mock our country and to deflect the spotlight from their own vile human rights abuses. Canadians cannot buy into these lies, designed to weaken the west and prop up a nation that squashes the rights of citizens, and has committed atrocities against the Uyghur minority.

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