China ranks higher than USA in racial equality, Uyghur Muslims understandably pleased

This news comes following the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania’s (an Ivy League institution) Best Countries Report of 2021.[1] This year’s research index put extra emphasis on ‘social justice’ and ‘racial equity’. Whilst the scores this year have been marred by the Covid-19 pandemic, Canada has bagged the top spot for the first time. “There’s very, very little controversy that happens [in Canada], so it’s a country that people feel very positive about.” Wharton marketing professor, David Reibstein, said in an interview with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM.[2]

However, one part of the study that will be of little surprise to anyone at all, is that the glorious People’s Republic of China ranked higher than the USA in racial equity. The USA has an incredibly diverse and complex social and ethnic makeup. What comes with this are several social issues, among those are disparities between ethnicities in income and incarceration rates, to name a few. Naturally, this pails in comparison with Xi Jinping’s new initiative to give all ethnic Uyghur Muslims free holiday camps for the rest of their lives. Summer never ends in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region! Experts estimate that around 1 million Uyghurs have completely voluntarily entered these camps over the past decade.[3] And they are so much fun that only a handful have ever decided to leave. In fact, the Communist Party is so generous to Uyghur Muslims that they have been luring ex-pats, back into China with the promise of tax-breaks, only to surprise them with a free one-way ticket to a camp. “Fun for all the family! Not that you will ever see them again.” Said Tsu Do-Nim, the Chinese internment minister.

Not only this, but China is so committed to racial equality that a McDonald’s in Guangzhou province banned all black people during the Covid-19 pandemic,[4] so that those of Han Chinese and other ethnicities could feel safe. Now, could you imagine that happening in the USA? The USA should really step up her game if she wants to rise in those rankings next year.





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