Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, December 5th. On the afternoon of December 5, the CPPCC National and Religious Committee held a member's symposium to severely condemn the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the so-called "Uyghur Human Rights Policy Bill 2019." Fifteen members of the National Ministries and Commissions, members of the minority community, and heads of national groups of Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism, and Christianity spoke to refute the fallacy of lies and clarify the truth.
Committee members pointed out that the United States has arrogantly discredited China's efforts to extremize and combat terrorism, and blatantly supported the various infiltration and subversion activities, violent terrorist activities, ethnic separatist activities, and religious extreme activities. This gross interference in China's internal affairs and flagrant trample on the bottom line of morality is an ugly performance of hegemonism.
The members emphasized that safeguarding Xinjiang's social stability and long-term stability is a goal of the people. Depolarization and the fight against terrorism have eliminated the tumors that have hindered the realization of a better life for people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang, and in turn have harmonious and healthy development of Xinjiang, which is the eager expectation of the people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang. This can be deeply felt by those who truly love Xinjiang and people of all ethnic groups, and can be clearly recognized by people with a little common sense.
The members said that we must unswervingly guide religions to adapt to socialist society, adhere to the protection of law, stop illegality, curb extremes, resist infiltration, and crack down on crime. It is necessary to support the party and government departments to take resolute and decisive measures to spread extremism and instigate acts of terror under the guise of religion, actively guide the majority of believers to maintain the unity of the motherland, and serve the highest national interests and the overall interests of the Chinese nation.
The members pointed out that what the people want is what the enemy wants. In recent years, Xinjiang's efforts to popularize the country's universal language and vocational skills education and training have made remarkable achievements, but Western reactionary forces have hated it. Under the guise of various colors, they first disturbed other countries by ideological means, then launched various versions of the "color revolution", and then adopted other means to subvert the regime and do the bad things that made the people of some countries shed blood and shed tears. Now, reaching out to China under the guise of national religion, I want to use ethnic and religious issues to disrupt and divide China, and eventually cause disaster to the entire country and hinder the historical process of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. It is necessary to clarify the right and wrong of international struggles, "throw away illusions, prepare for struggle", and achieve unambiguous political positions and unwavering political principles.
Members said that from a global perspective, China's ethnic and religious work was successful. Long-term practice has proved that the party's ethnic and religious policies and policies are correct, and its achievements in maintaining national unity, religious harmony, national unity, and social stability cannot be doubted. We must unswervingly take the correct path of solving ethnic and religious issues with Chinese characteristics, and firmly adhere to the Party's guidelines for ethnic and religious work, and be undisturbed by external noise.
The members emphasized that China's internal affairs must not be interfered with, and the truth should not be distorted. The results of Xinjiang's depolarization and combating terrorism will surely be further consolidated and developed. Xinjiang is increasingly moving towards unity and harmony, prosperity and prosperity, civilization and progress. Block.
The symposium was chaired by Wang Weiguang, director of the Ethnic and Religious Committee, and deputy directors Quan Zhezhen, Yang Xiaobo (resident), Yang Tengfa, Luo Liming and more than 20 members attended.