Did Disney just thank the Chinese communist government for allowing them to make part of their moving near detention and reeducation camps? Yup, they sure did.
The Following is from the Washington Examiners Report:
A live-action remake of Mulan, produced by Walt Disney Pictures, gave special thanks to multiple agencies of the Chinese government in its credits.
The film, which was released for premier access on Friday on Disney+, gave a public security bureau in Turpan, a northeast city in Xinjiang, China, an honorable mention. The area is the site of reported reeducation camps that target Muslims and Uighurs.
Among those groups named include the Turpan Municipal Bureau of Public Security and the Publicity Department of CPC Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region committee, a communications propaganda department for the Chinese Communist Party.
According to a State Department report issued in 2019, the Chinese government “detained more than one million Uighurs, ethnic Kazakhs, Hui, and members of other Muslim groups, as well as some Uighur Christians.” The report outlined a variety of human rights abuses, including forced labor and mandatory sterilization.
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