Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin hosted a regular press conference on May 24.

  A reporter asked: US State Department Spokesperson Price said recently that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has remained silent on human rights violations in Xinjiang and other parts of China. Human rights conduct a "comprehensive, unmanipulated assessment".

The British ambassador to China, Ruolan Wu, said on social media that Bachelet's unrestricted access to Xinjiang was very important and that there was no excuse to prevent UN representatives from completing their "investigation".

What is China's comment?

  Wang Wenbin: For some time, the United States, the United Kingdom and other Western countries have staged political farce after the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights' visit to China.

First of all, they publicly pressured the High Commissioner to visit China and Xinjiang to conduct a so-called "investigation" based on the presumption of guilt.

After China and the High Commissioner's Office negotiated on an equal footing to determine the arrangements for the High Commissioner's visit to China, the United States, the United Kingdom and other countries stepped forward and spared no effort to interfere and sabotage the High Commissioner's visit, setting up various conditions and obstacles for the visit.

It is really turning your hands into clouds, covering your hands into rain, contradicting yourself, and slapping yourself in the face.

Are they really concerned about human rights, or are they politicizing, weaponizing, and instrumentalizing human rights issues?

  It seems that the United States, Britain and other countries do not care about the truth at all, but to use the visit of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to hype up the so-called "Xinjiang issue" and smear China.

What they are really worried about is that international people, including high-level experts, see the real situation in Xinjiang, which will lead to the failure of their fabricated lies and rumors, and their attempt to "use Xinjiang to control China" goes bankrupt.

  In fact, the "lie of the century" fabricated by forces with ulterior motives to smear Xinjiang is a true portrayal of the human rights abuses of the United States, Britain and other countries.

  In the history of the United States, the genocide of Indians was carried out by means of massacre, expulsion, sterilization, forced assimilation, etc., which caused the Indian population to drop sharply from 5 million in 1492 to 250,000 in the early 20th century.

  The United States is a hardest hit area for human trafficking and forced labor, and has yet to ratify the 1930 Convention on Forced Labor, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. With a population of nearly 100,000 people, at least 500,000 people are currently enslaved in the United States, and 240,000 to 325,000 women and children are sexually enslaved.

  The United States is also a veteran of arbitrary detention and indiscriminate torture.

Over the years, the CIA has set up "black prisons" in at least 54 countries and regions under the guise of the so-called "war on terror", detaining up to 100,000 people.

  British special forces in Afghanistan have brutally killed civilians during military operations.

Today, "Islamophobia" is rampant in the UK, with nearly half of Muslims in the UK saying the government is discriminatory against them, and 46% saying prejudice against Islam makes it difficult for them to live in the UK.

  The United States, the United Kingdom and other countries should earnestly face up to and correct their own systemic and long-term human rights problems, and give the world a responsible account.

The United Nations should make objective assessments of human rights issues in the United States and the United Kingdom and submit corresponding reports.

Responsible editor: [Li Ji]