Postmodernists used to be moral relativists. This amounted to ethical nihilism, but at least it was tolerant, since what might be wrong to you and your culture might be right for someone else, and both views are equally valid. Recently, though, relativism has given way to a new absolutism, in which those who disagree with prevailing progressive moral standards are evil and need to be punished.
But there is one realm in which moral relativism is alive and well: Anything that has to do with China.
That still-Communist country openly oppresses its people, tries to stamp out religion, is dismantling democracy and freedom in Hong Kong, threatens Taiwan, and is currently confining the members of its Uighur minority group in concentration camps–where they are being subjected to brain-washing, slave labor, rape, torture, forced abortion and sterilization, and other kinds of violence–in an effort to destroy their identity with its Muslim religion so as to make them assimilate into Chinese communism. Human Rights groups are calling what China is doing to the Uighurs “genocide.”