Sam Faddis talks with Salih Hudayar, Prime Minister of the Government of East Turkistan in Exile about the Chinese occupation of his country and the ongoing genocide there. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is systematically attempting to erase East Turkistan, its people, and its culture from the Earth. The Chinese Communist Party employs forced organ harvesting, torture, imprisonment, systemic rape, and imprisonment.
The goal of the Chinese Communist Party is not simply to control the people of East Turkistan. It is to erase them from history. Even saying the name East Turkistan will land you behind bars.
Salih also discusses the movie Mulan and Disney’s complicity in filming a movie, which is essentially Chinese communist propaganda in an area filled with concentration camps. While Disney was making a movie and planning its push for an Oscar, only a few miles away Uyghur women were being raped and forcibly sterilized.
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Salih Hudayar was elected as the Prime Minister of the East Turkistan Government-in-Exile on November 11, 2019.
Mr. Salih Hudayar was born to a Uyghur business family in Atush, East Turkistan. He studied International Studies and Politics at the University of Oklahoma and was a member of the Army National Guard from 2011-2013. He is currently pursuing a Master’s in National Security Studies from the American Military University.
On June 4, 2000, Salih Hudayar, fled to the United States with his family where they became political refugees. He grew up in Oklahoma and despite being so young he began to spread awareness about East Turkistan and the situation there. He moved to Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2017 and founded the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement (ETNAM). Under his leadership, the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement sparked a national awakening across the East Turkistani diaspora and re-ignited the flame of independence. He spearheaded the call for restoring East Turkistan’s independence along with calling for the passage of a Uyghur / East Turkistan Policy Act. He reframed the East Turkistan issue as being an issue of territory and independence and not simply human rights and democracy. Read more about Salih Hudayar and the East Turkistan Government-in-Exile here.