The Genocide in China What should Americans do?
Keith Krach joins Hugh Hewitt and Ellie Cohanim for this conversation about confronting China’s ongoing genocide of the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang.
Hugh Hewett: Keith Krach, why do you think American media is reluctant or simply indifferent
to a genocide? It’s a word with important meaning, precise meaning. The State Department went through a long process to establish it. And by the way, Secretary Blinken agreed with
that definition during his confirmation hearings. There’s no partisan disagreement here. It’s
a genocide. Why is that not getting traction in the American media?
Keith Krach: You know, I think it gets down to one of the things Speaker Pelosi said, and that is if America doesn’t speak out against the human rights violations and genocide in China because of some commercial interests, then we’ll lose all moral authority. And commercial interests, Hugh, means a conflict of interest. So the media is in the same issue with regard to the biggest asset managers like BlackRock, the World Economic Forum, the ESG community, which is environmental, social and governance standards.
None of these guys have spoken out and, you know, they’re conflicted. And if you look at what we’ve done, we have not only turned the other way, but we have funded China Inc. through our pension funds, university endowments, foundations, mutual funds, all of that. And what we really need to do, as American citizens, is speak out about it and actually hurt them where it counts. And that is in the wallet.
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