Anonymous hacks into Chinese state website, posts Taiwanese flagPosted by Catherine Reed / October 20, 2021
The group of online hack-tivists Anonymous has hacked into a Chinese government website and posted a picture of the Taiwanese flag. The move comes amid a series of protests. 20
Protestors unfurled a Tibetan flag at the Olympic torch-lighting ceremony in Greece. They also had a banner that said “No Genocide.” Earlier this week, three pro-Tibet protestors have been arrested in Greece for advocating a boycott of the Beijing Olympics.
Increasing calls for boycotting the Beijing Olympics are increasing tensions with China all over the world. Thirteen MPs from Canada have signed a letter to the International Olympic Committee , urging them to relocate the Olympics from Beijing in protest of the genocide they’re perpetrating against Uighurs.
The U.S. State Department has also labeled China’s treatment of the Uighur people genocide, the harshest criticism of Beijing’s action and a signal that the international community may increase pressure on Beijing.
Last week, the United States Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) has concluded, finally, that “crimes against humanity – and possibly genocide – are occurring” against the Uighur people.
“What caught my eye was that they actually use specific language saying that China needs to ‘upgrade population quality,’” she said. “They need to ‘optimize their birth policy.’ They even use a term … which is effectively emphasizing the role of eugenics in population planning in China.”