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The Uyghur Re-Education Camps. Where’s the Terrorism Now?

The dynamics in this internet conversation reveals the raggedness of the brainwashed psyche.  Is it not better to have peace than it is to have conflict?

On September 11, 2001, when 2 planes hit the World Trade Centers, the American military put into action a series of pre-made plans, that saw the deployment of American soldiers into the Middle East, to tackle what the media claimed was the “persistent threat” to life and liberty.  But the day before, on Sept 10, this conference had taken place.  $2.3 trillion in Pentagon transactions untrackable due to the size and the convoluted structure of the payment processing system.

Tens of thousands of troops were sent to Afghanistan to commit genocide.

Nov 2001  1,300 troops

Dec 2001  2,300 troops

March 2002 7,200 troops

April 2004   20,300 troops

Dec 2006    20,000 troops

Dec 2007   25,000 troops

May 2009  50,000 troops

August 2010  100,000 troops

https://www .aljazeera .com/news/2019/09/timeline-military-presence-afghanistan-190908070831251.html

Hundreds of thousands of troops were sent to Iraq in 2003 to commit genocide

https://en .wikipedia .org/wiki/Iraq_War

Numbers as high as 600,000 people were killed by the invasion forces.

https:// en .wikipedia .org/wiki/Casualties_of_the_Iraq_War

https:// en .wikipedia .org/wiki/War_in_Afghanistan_(2001-present)

The genocide was pre planned.

A lot of people like to say that the invasions happened in logical succession, where threats were found and militaries were moved to address them.  The reality is that the genocide itself was the intent. All other considerations were simply commodities used as soundbytes for the public to be soothed over, so they wouldn’t wake up at night with chills realizing that they had been cheer-squading the ethnic cleansing of middle eastern civilians.

The Insinuations

Let’s see what a Jewish person from theBlaze had to say about the London Knife attack. He insinuates that the leftist media always conceals the indentity of the criminal if it happens to be a Muslim person.

Let’s see what a Jewish organization had to say about the Uyghur re-education camps.

Information on what actually happens in the camps is limited, but many detainees who have since fled China describe harsh conditions. Detainees are forced to pledge loyalty to the CCP and renounce Islam, they say, as well as sing praises for communism and learn Mandarin. Some reported prison-like conditions, with cameras and microphones monitoring their every move and utterance. Others said they were tortured and subjected to sleep deprivation during interrogations. Women have shared stories of sexual abuse, with some saying they were forced to undergo abortions or have contraceptive devices implanted against their will. Some released detainees contemplated suicide or witnessed others kill themselves.

Detention also disrupts families. Children whose parents have been sent to the camps are often forced to stay in state-run orphanages. Uighur parents living outside of China often face a difficult choice: return home to be with their children and risk detention, or stay abroad, separated from their children and unable to contact them.

Let’s see what a half white, half asian e-celeb had to say about Xinjiang

And the very next day…

This circle of BREAKING pundits living outside of China have had their psyches run ragged.

Political shizophrenia. One day they’re hot, the next day they’re cold.  Tila Tequila or Conchita Wurst.  Coke or Pepsi. They’re unable to make up their minds because their hearts are not in the right place.

Meanwhile in Xinjiang

Uyghurs who have been sent to the “chinese vocational centers” are given free pork to eat. They sing chinese songs and are given free lessons in Mandarin.  Rent is paid for by the Chinese government.  In the mornings they get to do exercises that are healthy. In the vocational camps are sports programs, and recreational games.

Amid allegations of abuse and involuntary detention, officials from China’s northwestern Xinjiang region have said most of the people who were in the area’s controversial re-education centres had left the facilities and signed “work contracts” with local companies.

At a press briefing in Beijing on Tuesday, Shohrat Zakir, Xinjiang’s Uighur governor, declined to say how many people were being held in the centres, but defended the system as an effective and “pioneering” approach to counter “terrorism”.

“Most of the graduates from the vocational training centres have been reintegrated into society,” Zakir said. “More than 90 percent of the graduates have found satisfactory jobs with good incomes.”

https://www  .aljazeera  .com/news/2019/07/china-defends-controversial-education-centres-uighurs-190730053648154.html

Where’s the terrorism now? The success of Chinese vocational camps

Established in accordance with the law, Xinjiang’s vocational education and training centers are not “concentration camps.” With no restriction or deprivation of personal freedom, the rights of the students in the centers are fully protected in accordance with the law, according to the spokesperson.

There have been no cases of violence or terrorism in Xinjiang for three years, showing the positive economic development, social stability, national unity and religious harmony in the region, said the spokesperson.

The spokesperson said since the end of last year, more than 1,000 people from over 90 countries and regions had visited the centers, and media from home and abroad have also reported on the reality of the situation.

http://www .xinhuanet .com/english/2019-11/29/c_138590769.htm

Journalists have reported on the vocational camps

Khaled Jihad Abdul-Razzaq Al-Saleh, a journalist from the Saudi Arabian newspaper Al-Watan, said he didn’t see any person here whose religious freedom was interfered with, and the Muslims in Xinjiang enjoy the freedom to practice their religion.

Hashemi Seyedeh Sepideh Seyed Hashem, a reporter from the Iranian Students’ News Agency, commended the measures taken by the Chinese government to protect religious freedom. “It’s good to see everybody is free to choose their own religious beliefs,” she said.

The journalists also visited the Xinjiang Muqam Art Troupe in Urumqi, the handicrafts bazaar in the old city of Kashgar and the Kirgiz embroidery research center in Kizilsu Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture. They interviewed local artists and craftsmen and watched a number of cultural performances by the artists.

Sakchai Pruedthipak, president of the Thai social media website www .salika .co, said the performances demonstrated the Chinese government’s efforts in conserving ethnic tradition and cultures.

http://www  .xinhuanet  .com/english/2019-07/23/c_138250752.htm

This does not appear to have the visage of a nother holocaust

What started it all? Why were these vocational camps built?

Feb 1992 Urumqi bus bombings. 2 buses. 3 dead. 23 injured.

Feb 1997 Urumqi bus bombings. 3 buses. 9 dead. 68 wounded.

Feb april 1998 Qhaqiliq bombings. Six explosions at homes and offices.

Jan 2007 Terrorist camp found in Xinjiang. East Turkestan Islamic Movement.

March 2008 Urumqi attempted plane destruction. 2 terrorists caught with flammable materials while in the toilet.

August 2008 Kashgar vehicular manslaughter. A truck full of East Turkestan terrorists armed with machetes and grenades killed 16 police officers.

August 2008 Kuqa bombings. 2 police officers and 1 security officer killed.

August 2008 Yamanya stabbing. 3 security officers killed.

July 2009 Urumqi riots. 197 people dead. 1721 injured.

August 2010 Aksu bombing. 5 people killed.

July 2011 Hotan stabbing. 2 security guards and 2 female hostages killed.

July 2011 Kashgar stabbings. 13 people killed.

June 2012 Airplane hijacking. 7 passengers injured. 2 security officers and two flight attendants injured. 2 hijackers killed. 4 hijackers apprehended. They were armed with grenades.

April 2013 Bachu stabbings. 21 people killed.

June 2013 Lukqun stabbings. 35 people killed.

April 2014 Urumqi stabbing and bombings. 3 dead. 79 injured.

May 2014 Urumqi grenade bombardment and vehcular manslaughter. 39 killed. 90 wounded.

March 2015 Guangzhou (not Xinjiang). Uyghur stabbing spree at a train station. 13 injured.

June 2015 Xinjiang stabbing and bombing.

September 2015 Aksu massacre. 45 coal miners massacred. 5 police officers killed.

December 2016 Xinjiang vehicular bombing.

They already have everything they could ever want. Liberty, luxury, excess. Why are they so mad at China?

One comment on “The Uyghur Re-Education Camps. Where’s the Terrorism Now?

  1. muunyayo
    11/29/2019

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