Jaq James is a western propaganda analyst and assists YouTuber Daniel Dumbrill with his Australia-related content on Western media reporting about China. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from James Cook University, a Master of Public Policy from the Australian National University, and a Master of Education from the University of Southern Queensland. She has worked and lived in China.
Support for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights who is under attack over Xinjiang visit.
Michelle Bachelet has announced she will not be seeking a second term as UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Former UN rapporteurs, Alfred de Zayas and Richard Falk, are supporting her against the attacks she has received for her visit to Xinjiang in May, which includes unjustified demands for her resignation. Alfred de Zayas and Continue reading »
How reliable is the ‘research’ of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch on forced labour in Xinjiang
My Paper concludes that, at best, the work of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch amounts to junk research. Continue reading »
An obliteration of ASPI’s ‘Uyghurs For Sale’ report: take two
You would think that, if an Australian think tank was warned they were contributing to violations of the human rights of an ethnic minority group, due consideration would be given to that warning. Not so when it comes to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), it would seem. Continue reading »
‘Uyghurs for sale’: a rigorous analysis or strategic disinformation?
A private citizen has debunked a think-tank’s claims of Uyghur forced labour. Media, human rights organisations and universities were MIA. Why? Continue reading »