What do we have in common?
Martin Sinclair Edmonton Alberta Hainan China
All you ever hear on the news is Xinjiang and human rights abuses. It also seems that all of these think tanks are either in the USA or somewhere that followed the USA into Iraq looking for the WMDs. Or maybe India who is at war with China along the Tibetan border right now. Could it possibly be that there is an ulterior motive? Duh.
Think of all the New York stock brokers on Wall St that will tell you anything they have to to get you to buy a useless stock in order to drive the price up. Now use that same image and extend it to a writer for some news agency that needs to not only pay his mortgage but also want to get rich because after all, that is the American dream. Maybe it's only achievable in America because they are the ones that will say anything and do anything for money. A prime example was Donald Trump's White House Press Secretary.
None of them have ever been outside USA but are experts on foreign countries. We saw what happened in Iraq when Saddam was eliminated. Some countries in the world need a strong leader who can rule with an iron fist or else chaos will result. They are not like the western world. China is like that. Xinjiang was full of terrorists. They were heading to cities all over China with machetes and going into train stations and killing as many people as they could. They wanted their own radical Muslim state.
That doesn't mean that all Muslims are bad. China has a ton of great Muslims but Islam can breed radicals that must be dealt with before they get out of control. That's what these camps were for. Many are empty now as there work has been completed. And we are also hearing about forced labour in the cotton factories. Funny thing is that no one who lives in Xinjiang has ever heard of it. Only foreigners know about it. Now how does that work? Anyway Adidas and the other shoe companies will lose a ton of money over this as those stores are shut down now.
When I lived in Dubai there was rioting in Hong Kong for about a year. A Chinese woman in my gym told me that her mother still lived in Hong Kong and someone was offering university students there 500 GBP/month to get out in the streets and join the demonstrations. That sounds like CIA money to me. the only was they can keep China from catching up to the West is to destabilize it from within and to turn the world opinion against it.
The CIA armed all the Mujaheddin in Afghanistan in the beginning of the Russia conflict and trained them in all aspects of warfare including Jihad and this was considered a bonus because at the end of the conflict many of the Muslims who had been trained by the CIA returned to their home in Xinjiang to commit the same terror acts in China.
The troubles in Hong Kong began when a Hong Kong resident was suspected of murdering his girl friend in Taiwan and the Taiwan police wanted him extradited for trial. What country in the world doesn't extradite murder suspects? So when the Hong Kong government tried to make this law, the students all revolted saying "no, the next thing you know you can send us to jail in China if we commit a crime here." Well that's what happens to criminals. And criminals is just what they were. The western media never showed the clips of the police being attacked or of the Hong Kong locals who stood up to the thugs being doused in gasoline and set ablaze. Everything was carefully scripted and edited to tell the story exactly as the editors wanted it told.
What really amazes me is how supposedly educated people can be so stupid as to not see through all of this smoke and mirror flim flam.