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BBC: Inside China's 'thought transformation' camps

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    Britain, France and America behaved this way in their colonies in the not-so-distant past.

    We can tell China that it's horrible, but given China's engagements with foreigners over the last 200 years, we shouldn't be too surprised if they don't trust what we say.

    Oppression on this scale doesn't work and of course actually makes things worse, and that's what will cause China to stop doing it in the long run, but China will need to work that out for herself. UN letters probably only strengthen internal resolve to keep on going in the face of international disapproval.


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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast
    37 countries including the below commend China on Human Rights in Xinjiang

    Saudi Arabia
    Russia
    North Korea,
    Venezuela,
    Cuba,
    Belarus,
    Myanmar,
    the Philippines,
    Syria,
    Pakistan,
    Oman,
    Kuwait,
    Qatar,
    the United Arab Emirates
    Bahrain
    Nigeria,
    Algeria
    Myanmar,
    Zimbabwe


    Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news...etter-11716668

    Looking at this rogues gallery of names on human rights not sure that helps
    List of shame.
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