&”Workers’ Nang incense” is a common saying in Xinjiang, China, which means that a good day depends on one’s own hands. However, in the words of some politicians and media in the United States and the west, & lt; struggle for happiness & gt; has changed its flavor. They distort the normal migrant work of Xinjiang Uygur people into the so-called “forced labor”, trying to stir up China’s ethnic relations, discredit and obstruct the development of Xinjiang by all means.
&”I feel that everything is full of conspiracy, just like acting.”;. Recently, American expert on international issues, enner & middot; Donne, made this comment after watching the video report shot by the New York Times in Kuitun, Xinjiang. Through the gloomy filter and the perspective of “candid shooting”, the report creates the scene of the so-called Uygur people “forced to work”, but it is actually a movie special effect.
More than that. Some western think tank scholars with anti China funding constantly concocted the so-called “forced labor” reports in Xinjiang and wantonly discredited the employment security work in Xinjiang.
For example, in March 2020, the Australian Institute for strategic policy, which was manipulated by the US government, issued a report falsely claiming that tens of thousands of people in Xinjiang were transferred to factories in the mainland of China;. Results external analysis found that the report used inferior techniques such as transplanting, taking out of context and distorting facts. For example, the report deduces the absurd conclusion that there is “forced labor” based on the satellite images of security kiosks and walls in local schools and factories. This is just like the fact discovered by the independent news website “gray zone” after investigation: the so-called “forced labor” report is just a public relations activity carefully planned by the Anti China forces in the United States and Australia.
What is the truth of Xinjiang people’s employment? Let’s talk about data.
According to public information, Xinjiang used to be a contiguous poverty-stricken area in China. In 2014, there were 3.31318 million poverty-stricken people in Xinjiang, among which the four prefectures in southern Xinjiang are the deep poverty-stricken areas determined by China. In order to help the people live a stable and decent life, the local government of Xinjiang takes promoting employment as the biggest starting point. In the process of employment, workers of all ethnic groups choose their occupations and places of employment according to their own wishes, sign labor contracts with relevant enterprises according to law, and obtain corresponding remuneration.
Data show that from 2014 to 2019, the total number of labor employment in Xinjiang increased from 11.3524 million to 13.3012 million, an increase of 17.2%. Xinjiang’s labor and employment security policies and practices are not only in line with China’s constitution and laws, but also in line with international labor and human rights standards;? “We have never heard of anyone who was forced to pick cotton after graduation from the education and training center, and now the technology is so advanced that there is no need for a large number of flower pickers. I don’t know how these rumors were fabricated,” said maitiniyazi, a graduate of the education and training center in Shache County, Kashgar Prefecture, Xinjiang? ”
In fact, people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang go out to work is an important way for them to get rid of poverty and become rich. According to incomplete statistics, the per capita annual income of Xinjiang workers who transfer to other provinces (cities) is about 40000 yuan, which is basically equivalent to the per capita disposable income of permanent residents in the place of employment. The per capita annual income of the workers who transfer employment in Xinjiang is about 30000 yuan, which is much higher than that of the farmers who do housework. Driven by a number of measures such as employment and poverty alleviation, Xinjiang will be lifted out of poverty by mid November 2020.
According to the newly released data, the per capita disposable income of Xinjiang residents in 2020 will increase by 6986 yuan compared with 2015, with an average annual growth rate of 7.2%, 1.1 percentage points higher than the average annual growth rate of GDP. This fully shows that the people of Xinjiang are enjoying the fruits of development and are living a more prosperous life. This also makes the Xinjiang related lies fabricated by some anti china forces in the United States and the West more ridiculous.
Recently, a Uighur girl used her own proverbs to slander pompeio, the former US Secretary of state for development in Xinjiang;. Obviously, all the attacks and smears can not erase the fact that Xinjiang is prosperous and stable, let alone stop the pace of China’s development. Lies are lies, and the only end result is the dustbin of history. (International commentator)