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"USA will publish report on China's handling of Muslims in Xinjiang after repaying its 1.2 trillion $ debt" : John Kerry

15, May 2015 By manithan

Washington: United States of America’s Secretary of State John Kerry has assured the world that they will start publishing reports on China’s handling of its religious minorities, once USA had paid its trillion-dollar debt back.

Speaking at a dinner in the city, John Kerry said, “We had been receiving depressing reports of China mishandling and torturing Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang in the recent years. While almost every country persecutes its minorities in one way or other, China still goes overboard in its handling of minorities, especially Muslims. There were reports of Chinese authorities forcing Muslims to sell alcohol, to remove beards and even forced imams to dance to its tunes.

John Kerry's signal to US Religious Freedom groups and Human rights group, upon matters dealing with China and Saudi Arabia
John Kerry’s signal to US Religious Freedom groups and Human rights group, upon matters dealing with China and Saudi Arabia

“This kind of persecution would have affected our ties with China, if not for the trillion dollar we owe to them. As of now, we are worried only about India because we are not much indebted to them. They also are not going to influence our installation of democracy in Middle East,” added Kerry.

Turning to the Human Rights activists present in the dinner, Kerry said, “We assure you guys that we will nag USCIRF to publish reports on China’s persecution of Muslims as soon as we repay our debt to them. Right now we are trying to sell our foreign policy pack to Saudis. The recent Saudi invasion of Yemen is a pilot of our Democracy install pack. We are going to earn from it as Arabs will pay us license fees for this pack. And once we earn from them, we will be able to pay back the trillion dollar debt to China.”

“After that, you guys can start targeting China, and you will be assisted in this mission by the New York Times editorial team,” he further said.

Finally, turning to the media section, Kerry said, “Kerry never spoke about China in this dinner.”