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Trump says US will impose 10% tariffs on another $300 billion of Chinese goods starting Sept. 1

Published 4 hours agoUpdated an hour ago
Yun Li

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“The U.S. will start, on September 1st, putting a small additional Tariff of 10% on the remaining 300 Billion Dollars of goods and products coming from China into our Country,” says Trump in a tweet.
The surprise tariff announcement came after the U.S. and China restarted trade talks in Shanghai this week.
The White House said the meetings were “constructive,” adding China confirmed their commitment to increase purchases of U.S. agricultural exports.



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Re: Trump impose sanctions on China Amercia can only loose
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Trump says many things.

Truth is Empire is annoyed with China for wanting to regain its rightful status and place on the world stage.

In the end America will loose this trade war, China will win - here is why













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https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/04/asia/hong-kong-protests-august-4-intl-hnk/index.html
Protesters could push Hong Kong into a 'very dangerous situation,' government warns
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By Joshua Berlinger, CNN
Updated 10:22 PM ET, Sun August 4, 2019

Hong Kong (CNN)The Hong Kong government has warned protesters could push the city into a "very dangerous situation" after another weekend of demonstrations paralyzed traffic and transformed an iconic shopping district into a battleground.

Protesters swarmed the streets of Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island on Sunday night, blocking key roads in the ninth consecutive weekend of political unrest. Police fired a barrage of tear gas in a bid to disperse the crowds.


https://ilps.info/en/2019/08/05/ilps-extends-solidarity-to-massive-protest-actions-in-hong-kong/
ILPS extends solidarity to massive protest actions in Hong Kong
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ILPS extends solidarity to massive protest actions in Hong Kong
Issued by the Office of the Chairperson
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
04 August 2019

The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) extends its solidarity to the protest movement of various sectors in Hong Kong standing up for their democratic rights. The massive street demonstrations of up to two million people opposing changes to the extradition law have spread throughout Hong Kong since June 2019.

The protests were sparked by the Hong Kong government’s attempt to ram through amendments to the extradition law
that showcase contempt for the rights of autonomy and competency of the Hong Kong political, legal and judicial system relative to the mainland authorities. The people in Hong Kong have just and legitimate grounds to oppose these changes to the law as they will violate the one country, two systems principle.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Hong_Kong_anti-extradition_bill_protests
The 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests are a series of ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong against the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill proposed by the government of Hong Kong.



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https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/04/asia/hong-kong-protests-august-4-intl-hnk/index.html
Protesters could push Hong Kong into a 'very dangerous situation,' government warns
CNN Digital Expansion Shoot, Joshua Berlinger
By Joshua Berlinger, CNN
Updated 10:22 PM ET, Sun August 4, 2019

Hong Kong (CNN)The Hong Kong government has warned protesters could push the city into a "very dangerous situation" after another weekend of demonstrations paralyzed traffic and transformed an iconic shopping district into a battleground.

Protesters swarmed the streets of Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island on Sunday night, blocking key roads in the ninth consecutive weekend of political unrest. Police fired a barrage of tear gas in a bid to disperse the crowds.


https://ilps.info/en/2019/08/05/ilps-extends-solidarity-to-massive-protest-actions-in-hong-kong/
ILPS extends solidarity to massive protest actions in Hong Kong
08/05/2019 ILPS Web 0 Comments

ILPS extends solidarity to massive protest actions in Hong Kong
Issued by the Office of the Chairperson
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
04 August 2019

The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) extends its solidarity to the protest movement of various sectors in Hong Kong standing up for their democratic rights. The massive street demonstrations of up to two million people opposing changes to the extradition law have spread throughout Hong Kong since June 2019.

The protests were sparked by the Hong Kong government’s attempt to ram through amendments to the extradition law
that showcase contempt for the rights of autonomy and competency of the Hong Kong political, legal and judicial system relative to the mainland authorities. The people in Hong Kong have just and legitimate grounds to oppose these changes to the law as they will violate the one country, two systems principle.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Hong_Kong_anti-extradition_bill_protests
The 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests are a series of ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong against the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill proposed by the government of Hong Kong.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-03/u-s-imposes-more-sanctions-on-russia-for-chemical-agent-use



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https://www.wsj.com/articles/prepared-to-die-hong-kong-protesters-embrace-hard-core-tactics-challenge-beijing-11565038264
Prepared to Die’: Hong Kong Protesters Embrace Hard-Core Tactics, Challenge Beijing
The resistance, which has mainstream support, is the biggest rebellion against China’s government since President Xi took power

By Natasha Khan and Wenxin Fan
Aug. 5, 2019 4:51 pm ET

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The shift in attitude means Hong Kong’s resistance has become the biggest open rebellion against China’s ruling Communist Party since President Xi Jinping took power in 2012.

“There’s a feeling among many that there’s no other option, that some physical confrontation is the only way for the regime to listen to the voices of Hong Kongers,” said Jeffrey Ngo, chief researcher at pro-democracy group Demosisto. Mr. Ngo said he doesn’t use violence himself in the current protests, but understands why some have resorted to it.
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Residents have become increasingly dissatisfied as the government has dug in its heels and police have cracked down. Police on the front lines have embraced the use of tear gas—even in residential neighborhoods. Officers have beaten protesters with batons and stormed into shopping malls and subway stations to bring demonstrators to heel. Since June 9, 420 people have been arrested, and some have been charged with crimes that carry up to 10-year prison terms.

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Last week the Chinese army’s Hong Kong garrison released a video showing soldiers performing riot drills and taking part in mock street battles.

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That has come along with irritation with changes stemming from mainland immigration and tourism, including competition for college spots and real estate, the growing necessity for Mandarin-language ability, and even the erosion of the manners Hong Kong people expect when waiting in lines. The unrest has weighed on tourism and economic activity, and hit business sentiment and financial markets.

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Chinese army officers have said they are ready to step in if needed, though Hong Kong’s government has dismissed the possibility of calling in troops, a move that would evoke comparisons to the killing of hundreds of protesters in Tiananmen Square in 1989. Chinese officials have at times blamed the crisis on foreign influences.

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The uprising is a test of Beijing’s position that Hong Kong must not be used as a base to undermine China’s ruling Communist Party.

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A bilateral treaty between China and the U.K.—made when the city was handed back to China in 1997—guarantees the independence of Hong Kong’s legal system and freedom of expression until 2047. Mr. Xi, however, delivered a speech in 2017 declaring that any overt challenges to China’s authority could undermine the foundation of that system.

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https://www.wsj.com/articles/prepared-to-die-hong-kong-protesters-embrace-hard-core-tactics-challenge-beijing-11565038264
Prepared to Die’: Hong Kong Protesters Embrace Hard-Core Tactics, Challenge Beijing
The resistance, which has mainstream support, is the biggest rebellion against China’s government since President Xi took power

By Natasha Khan and Wenxin Fan
Aug. 5, 2019 4:51 pm ET

...
The shift in attitude means Hong Kong’s resistance has become the biggest open rebellion against China’s ruling Communist Party since President Xi Jinping took power in 2012.

“There’s a feeling among many that there’s no other option, that some physical confrontation is the only way for the regime to listen to the voices of Hong Kongers,” said Jeffrey Ngo, chief researcher at pro-democracy group Demosisto. Mr. Ngo said he doesn’t use violence himself in the current protests, but understands why some have resorted to it.
...

Residents have become increasingly dissatisfied as the government has dug in its heels and police have cracked down. Police on the front lines have embraced the use of tear gas—even in residential neighborhoods. Officers have beaten protesters with batons and stormed into shopping malls and subway stations to bring demonstrators to heel. Since June 9, 420 people have been arrested, and some have been charged with crimes that carry up to 10-year prison terms.

...

Last week the Chinese army’s Hong Kong garrison released a video showing soldiers performing riot drills and taking part in mock street battles.

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That has come along with irritation with changes stemming from mainland immigration and tourism, including competition for college spots and real estate, the growing necessity for Mandarin-language ability, and even the erosion of the manners Hong Kong people expect when waiting in lines. The unrest has weighed on tourism and economic activity, and hit business sentiment and financial markets.

...

Chinese army officers have said they are ready to step in if needed, though Hong Kong’s government has dismissed the possibility of calling in troops, a move that would evoke comparisons to the killing of hundreds of protesters in Tiananmen Square in 1989. Chinese officials have at times blamed the crisis on foreign influences.

...

The uprising is a test of Beijing’s position that Hong Kong must not be used as a base to undermine China’s ruling Communist Party.

...

A bilateral treaty between China and the U.K.—made when the city was handed back to China in 1997—guarantees the independence of Hong Kong’s legal system and freedom of expression until 2047. Mr. Xi, however, delivered a speech in 2017 declaring that any overt challenges to China’s authority could undermine the foundation of that system.

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Natasha Khan i Wenxin Fan think that they are Jacky Chen and Bruce Lee.  :D



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I think the govt regards the protest - rightly or wrongly - as CIA and part of the cold war 2.0 against Russia & China.

I'd rather we all traded, which implies cooperation and prosperity.



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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/08/08/report-religious-freedom-in-china-at-40-year-low/
Report: Religious Freedom in China at 40-Year Low
Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.
8 Aug 2019

China’s systematic crackdown on religion under President Xi Jinping is the worst in 40 years, according to a report published Thursday.

In its nationwide move to rein in religious practice, China has persecuted its Uighur Muslim population in Xinjiang, but is also “targeting Tibetan Buddhists, Christians, Jews and those who follow China’s folk religions with greater government scrutiny now than it has in several decades,” writes Beijing-based Ben Halder for the international media company Ozy.

Officially atheist since the Communists took power in 1949, China is now “taking harsher measures against religion than at any time since the end of the 1970s Cultural Revolution — when books associated with religion and spiritualism including Confucian thought, were burnt in public,” Halder writes.
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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/08/08/report-religious-freedom-in-china-at-40-year-low/
Report: Religious Freedom in China at 40-Year Low
Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.
8 Aug 2019

China’s systematic crackdown on religion under President Xi Jinping is the worst in 40 years, according to a report published Thursday.

In its nationwide move to rein in religious practice, https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/jammu-and-kashmir-governor-dont-know-about-tomorrow-but-nothing-to-worry-about-today-2079962with greater government scrutiny now than it has in several decades,” writes Beijing-based Ben Halder for the international media company Ozy.

Officially atheist since the Communists took power in 1949, China is now “taking harsher measures against religion than at any time since the end of the 1970s Cultural Revolution — when books associated with religion and spiritualism including Confucian thought, were burnt in public,” Halder writes.
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Trump impose sanctions on China, Russia, Venezuela, Iran etc.

What is that Ben Halder who knows that China is persecuting Uighurs (Muslims), Buddhists in Tibet, Christians (which confessions?) And Jews?
The only Jews in China are at the Embassy of Israel in Beijing! .

What does Chinese President Xi Jinping to them? Has anyone been killed?

However, Halder and others did not feel sorry for Muslims in Gaza and Iran. He does not even mourn for Orthodox Christians in Syria, Estonia, Croatia, Albania, US creation "Kosovo", Montenegro ... Is there any Christian church in the Arabian Peninsula? I have never heard or seen but Trump threatened to impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia for the crime he is committing in Yemen.

I thought that Breitbart News not such propagandist .



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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/08/08/report-religious-freedom-in-china-at-40-year-low/
Report: Religious Freedom in China at 40-Year Low
Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.
8 Aug 2019

China’s systematic crackdown on religion under President Xi Jinping is the worst in 40 years, according to a report published Thursday.

In its nationwide move to rein in religious practice, China has persecuted its Uighur Muslim population in Xinjiang, but is also “targeting Tibetan Buddhists, Christians, Jews and those who follow China’s folk religions with greater government scrutiny now than it has in several decades,” writes Beijing-based Ben Halder for the international media company Ozy.

Officially atheist since the Communists took power in 1949, China is now “taking harsher measures against religion than at any time since the end of the 1970s Cultural Revolution — when books associated with religion and spiritualism including Confucian thought, were burnt in public,” Halder writes.
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Anyone who understands the History of China would know that "Religion and Drugs" are not welcome in China.

I suppose some wack jobs still think "The Opium Wars might be part of God's plan to make China a Christian nation."

As for Judasim in China, 0.00018% percent of the Chinese population claim to be Jewish.



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Yes rushing in reverse from the godless meatgrinder ...

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1126786/forgotten-stories-huge-escape-hong-kong
Forgotten stories of the great escape to Hong Kong across the Shenzhen border

Vast numbers of mainlanders fled across the Shenzhen border from the 1950s to the 70s, fuelling Hong Kong’s boom years, says Chen Bingan

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Chen Bingan, a writer from Shenzhen, spent more than 20 years interviewing sources and compiling information on an untold story involving millions of people, which has now been published as The Great Exodus to Hong Kong. The book, which came out in October, documents an important but forgotten slice of history, when mainlanders fled en masse between the 1950s and 70s to seek better lives in Hong Kong.





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The shortest and most popular escape route was to swim from the Shekou area of Shenzhen to Yuen Long in [northwest] Hong Kong. But it was also dangerous and often fatal, through drowning or being shot dead by People’s Liberation Army soldiers. There was even a job in Shenzhen that involved helping officials collect and bury the bodies of the countless people who failed to make it.



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https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2019/aug/08/schoolchildren-in-china-work-overnight-to-produce-amazon-alexa-devices
Schoolchildren in China work overnight to produce Amazon Alexa devices

Leaked documents show children as young as 16 recruited by Amazon supplier Foxconn work gruelling and illegal hours

Hundreds of schoolchildren have been drafted in to make Amazon’s Alexa devices in China as part of a controversial and often illegal attempt to meet production targets, documents seen by the Guardian reveal.
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Yes rushing in reverse from the godless meatgrinder ...

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1126786/forgotten-stories-huge-escape-hong-kong
Forgotten stories of the great escape to Hong Kong across the Shenzhen border

Vast numbers of mainlanders fled across the Shenzhen border from the 1950s to the 70s, fuelling Hong Kong’s boom years, says Chen Bingan

...

Chen Bingan, a writer from Shenzhen, spent more than 20 years interviewing sources and compiling information on an untold story involving millions of people, which has now been published as The Great Exodus to Hong Kong. The book, which came out in October, documents an important but forgotten slice of history, when mainlanders fled en masse between the 1950s and 70s to seek better lives in Hong Kong.





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The shortest and most popular escape route was to swim from the Shekou area of Shenzhen to Yuen Long in [northwest] Hong Kong. But it was also dangerous and often fatal, through drowning or being shot dead by People’s Liberation Army soldiers. There was even a job in Shenzhen that involved helping officials collect and bury the bodies of the countless people who failed to make it.



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Mao Tse Tung is dead. Xi Jinping is not Mao.
Hong Kong will be Chinese no matter what sanctions the US Empire imposes on China again.
Like Kosovo will be Serbian.
Like Crimea.



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Chinese admiral threatens to sink US carriers killing 10,000 to ‘scare off’ America
Published on Jan 2, 2019

Chinese admiral threatens to sink US carriers killing 10,000 to ‘scare off’ America
A CHINESE admiral has warned US aircraft carriers could be sunk in the South China Sea – killing up to 10,000 sailors – in bid to scare off America. Thank you for watching.











China Threatens India With Invasion In Uttarakhand & Kashmir

Published on Aug 9, 2017

China, this time through official sources, needled India once again over the ongoing Doklam standoff, asking New Delhi what it would do if Beijing "enters" Kashmir. An official from the China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that while referring to India's assertion that China attempting to extend a road near the India-China-Bhutan trijunction was a change of status quo. "We think it is not doable for the Indian side to use tri-junction as an excuse," Wang Wenli, Deputy Director General of Boundary and Ocean Affairs, said.

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China condemns Indian move to end special status of occupied Kashmir



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these people .... really love China ...

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9703820/hong-kong-airport-flights-cancelled-today/
AIRPORT CHAOS Hong Kong airport cancels ALL flights today as protesters storm terminal demanding end of police brutality after woman ‘shot in the eye by cop’
Alahna Kindred
    12 Aug 2019, 11:10Updated: 12 Aug 2019, 14:54

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Some protesters wore bandages over their eyes in solidarity of a woman who was shot yesterday by police during demonstrations.



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It is the fourth consecutive day thousands of demonstrators have gathered in the airport and it is the biggest disruption to the territory since protests began in early June.

Hong Kong international airport is one of the busiest in the world and officials said the demonstration "seriously disrupted" airport operations.
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'EYE FOR AN EYE'

Thousands of demonstrators carried signs that read "an eye for an eye" and "stop shooting eyes" as they shouted "shame on police" during today's sit in.
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Protests have gripped the region since June 2019,
sparked by highly controversial legislation to detain and extradite people who are wanted in countries or territories Hong Kong does not have agreements with - which includes mainland China and Taiwan.

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Protesters also believe their leader should be elected in a more democratic way that reflects the preference of the voters.

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The chief executive, Carrie Lam, is currently elected by a 1,200-member election committee - a mostly pro-Beijing body chosen by just six per cent of eligible voters.

Activists say they won't stop until their main demands are met. These include the resignation of the city's leader, Carrie Lam, an amnesty for those arrested and a permanent withdrawal of the bill.
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You'd have to be pretty dense to not suspect that this operation is not being run from the American Embassy

Of course, not for ideological reasons, after all Trump is quiet happy to support Communists in Syria, but for economic warfare of the Military Industrial Complex Empire.



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these people .... really love China ...



I love China too.

Chinese investing EUR 7.5bn in infrastructure in Serbia

Serbia and China are implementing projects in transport infrastructure worth 7.5 billion euros, including those in progress and those that are in the pipeline.

Source: Tanjug Thursday, 25.04.2019.



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https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2019/08/12/state-media-hong-kong-protests-u-s-warfare-tactic-against-china/











Chinas systematic killing and organ harvesting from prisoners


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Execution_van
The execution van, also called a mobile execution unit, was developed by the government of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and was first used[citation needed] in 1997. Mobile gas vans were invented and used by the Soviet secret police NKVD in the late 1930s during the Great Purge.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The prisoner is strapped to a stretcher and executed inside the van.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1165416/Chinas-hi-tech-death-van-criminals-executed-organs-sold-black-market.html




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So its wrong to abuse torture people ?

Or is it OK when Trump does it, but not OK when China does it ?





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So its wrong to abuse torture people ?

Or is it OK when Trump does it, but not OK when China does it ?





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Or Albanians (KLA) ?

https://thebloodyellowhouse.wordpress.com/



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Lets play spot the NeoCon agenda.
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https://www.forbes.com/sites/oliviaenos/2018/03/28/growing-religious-persecution-in-china-a-symptom-of-xis-consolidation-of-power/#7f68460b3b8c
Growing Religious Persecution In China A Symptom Of Xi's Consolidation Of Power
Mar 28, 2018, 10:30am

Dozens gathered in Washington, D.C., last week to commemorate the life of Li Baiguang, a well-known human rights lawyer and advocate for Christians in China. Li died on Feb. 25 under suspicious circumstances after being admitted to Chinese Military Hospital No. 81 complaining of minor stomach pains. This was not the first time that Li’s life was under threat.

Li’s death comes at a time of increasing religious persecution in China. Christians are under attack, but so too are other religious minorities, including Tibetan Buddhists and Muslim Uighurs. While religious minorities have long faced persecution in China, Li’s death points to increasing religious intolerance in China amidst Chinese president Xi Jinping’s consolidation of power.
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China’s antagonistic behavior toward religious minorities has only risen since Xi took power. In May 2015 and April 2017, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) reiterated its commitment to the “Sinicization” of China’s religions, which is the CCP’s attempt at both secularizing and subjugating religious thought and practice to the control of the party.

Beijing has a long history of not respecting religious freedom.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/25/at-least-120000-muslim-uighurs-held-in-chinese-re-education-camps-report
China 'holding at least 120,000 Uighurs in re-education camps'
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US-backed news group claims Mao-style camps are springing up on China’s western border

At least 120,000 members of China’s Muslim Uighur minority have been confined to political “re-education camps” redolent of the Mao era that are springing up across the country’s western borderlands, a report has claimed.

Radio Free Asia (RFA), a US-backed news group whose journalists have produced some of the most detailed reporting on the heavily securitised region of Xinjiang, said it obtained the figure from a security official in Kashgar, a city in China’s far west that has been the focus of a major crackdown.
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Wang said that while authorities claimed the centres were about combating terrorism and separatism, they were in fact designed to brainwash and assimilate Uighurs. “At the political education facilities, they sing patriotic songs. They learn about Xi Jinping thought. These are patriotic measures aimed at making Uighurs love the Chinese government,” she said. “It’s extreme repression and yet completely silent.”

Xi Jinping was crowned China’s most powerful leader since Chairman Mao at a politically sensitive congress in Beijing, Xinjiang’s re-education centres were “inundated” by detainees, who were forced to endure cramped and squalid conditions, the report said.   https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/detentions-01222018171657.html


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-45872356
Xinjiang official defends 'education centres' for Uighur Muslims
16 October 2018
....
Rights groups say Muslims are being detained indefinitely without charge for infractions like refusing to give a DNA sample, speaking in a minority language or arguing with officials
...
The "vocational education and training programme" - now written into Chinese law - enables "trainees" to "reflect on their mistakes and see clearly the essence and harm of terrorism and religious extremism", he said.
...
The Uighurs are ethnically Turkic Muslims mostly based in Xinjiang. They make up about 45% of the population there.

They see themselves as culturally and ethnically close to Central Asian nations, and their language is similar to Turkish.

In recent decades, large numbers of Han Chinese (China's ethnic majority) have migrated to Xinjiang, and the Uighurs feel their culture and livelihoods are under threa


https://historysshadow.wordpress.com/2018/10/18/re-education-through-labour-chinas-uighur-internment-camps/
Re-Education Through Labour: China’s Uighur Internment Camps


It is reported that dozens of new ‘re-education’ centres have recently been opened in Xinjiang
...

For the CCP it’s simple; the ‘re-education’ centres are turning Uighur men and women away from a path of Islamic extremist separatism towards one of Communist Chinese integration. At the same time, they are provided with food and comfort, withdrawing the privations that lead these people to listen to dangerous propaganda in the first place,

For many Uighurs, on the other hand, the camps are a systematised attempt to destroy their culture and force their loyalty to the CCP and the dominant Han.



Earlier: Chinese "rescue" those that flee

https://eastturkistaninfo.com/2014/11/14/china-identifies-dozens-of-uighurs-in-thailand-report/
China identifies ‘dozens’ of Uighurs in Thailand: report
November 14, 2014
BEIJING


(Reuters) – Chinese officials in Thailand have identified “dozens” of Uighurs from Uyghuristan who were rescued by Thai police from a human-smuggling camp and those confirmed from China will be sent home, a Chinese newspaper said on Friday.

Thai police previously told Reuters that the roughly 200 people rescued in March were believed to be Uighurs, a Muslim people from the western Chinese region who speak a Turkic language, many of whom chafe at government restrictions on their culture and religion
..
“Once we confirm that they are Chinese, they would be sent back to China,” a Chinese diplomat surnamed Qin told the newspaper.

In 2009, 20 Uighurs were deported from Cambodia to China despite the objections of the United Nations and human rights groups, who said they faced lengthy jail terms upon their return.

New York-based Human Rights Watch also criticized Malaysia for deporting six Uighurs to China last December.
,,,
Hundreds of people have been killed in unrest in Xinjiang in the past two years, prompting a crackdown by Chinese authorities.

Small numbers of Uighur people have begun trickling out of China to Southeast Asia. They are believed to go overland into Laos or Myanmar, and then on to Thailand and elsewhere.



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https://www.forbes.com/sites/oliviaenos/2018/03/28/growing-religious-persecution-in-china-a-symptom-of-xis-consolidation-of-power/#7f68460b3b8c
Growing Religious Persecution In China A Symptom Of Xi's Consolidation Of Power
Mar 28, 2018, 10:30am

Dozens gathered in Washington, D.C., last week to commemorate the life of Li Baiguang, a well-known human rights lawyer and advocate for Christians in China. Li died on Feb. 25 under suspicious circumstances after being admitted to Chinese Military Hospital No. 81 complaining of minor stomach pains. This was not the first time that Li’s life was under threat.

Li’s death comes at a time of increasing religious persecution in China. Christians are under attack, but so too are other religious minorities, including Tibetan Buddhists and Muslim Uighurs. While religious minorities have long faced persecution in China, Li’s death points to increasing religious intolerance in China amidst Chinese president Xi Jinping’s consolidation of power.
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China’s antagonistic behavior toward religious minorities has only risen since Xi took power. In May 2015 and April 2017, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) reiterated its commitment to the “Sinicization” of China’s religions, which is the CCP’s attempt at both secularizing and subjugating religious thought and practice to the control of the party.

Beijing has a long history of not respecting religious freedom.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jan/25/at-least-120000-muslim-uighurs-held-in-chinese-re-education-camps-report
China 'holding at least 120,000 Uighurs in re-education camps'
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US-backed news group claims Mao-style camps are springing up on China’s western border

At least 120,000 members of China’s Muslim Uighur minority have been confined to political “re-education camps” redolent of the Mao era that are springing up across the country’s western borderlands, a report has claimed.

Radio Free Asia (RFA), a US-backed news group whose journalists have produced some of the most detailed reporting on the heavily securitised region of Xinjiang, said it obtained the figure from a security official in Kashgar, a city in China’s far west that has been the focus of a major crackdown.
....

Wang said that while authorities claimed the centres were about combating terrorism and separatism, they were in fact designed to brainwash and assimilate Uighurs. “At the political education facilities, they sing patriotic songs. They learn about Xi Jinping thought. These are patriotic measures aimed at making Uighurs love the Chinese government,” she said. “It’s extreme repression and yet completely silent.”

Xi Jinping was crowned China’s most powerful leader since Chairman Mao at a politically sensitive congress in Beijing, Xinjiang’s re-education centres were “inundated” by detainees, who were forced to endure cramped and squalid conditions, the report said.   https://www.rfa.org/english/news/uyghur/detentions-01222018171657.html


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-45872356
Xinjiang official defends 'education centres' for Uighur Muslims
16 October 2018
....
Rights groups say Muslims are being detained indefinitely without charge for infractions like refusing to give a DNA sample, speaking in a minority language or arguing with officials
...
The "vocational education and training programme" - now written into Chinese law - enables "trainees" to "reflect on their mistakes and see clearly the essence and harm of terrorism and religious extremism", he said.
...
The Uighurs are ethnically Turkic Muslims mostly based in Xinjiang. They make up about 45% of the population there.

They see themselves as culturally and ethnically close to Central Asian nations, and their language is similar to Turkish.

In recent decades, large numbers of Han Chinese (China's ethnic majority) have migrated to Xinjiang, and the Uighurs feel their culture and livelihoods are under threa


https://historysshadow.wordpress.com/2018/10/18/re-education-through-labour-chinas-uighur-internment-camps/
Re-Education Through Labour: China’s Uighur Internment Camps


It is reported that dozens of new ‘re-education’ centres have recently been opened in Xinjiang
...

For the CCP it’s simple; the ‘re-education’ centres are turning Uighur men and women away from a path of Islamic extremist separatism towards one of Communist Chinese integration. At the same time, they are provided with food and comfort, withdrawing the privations that lead these people to listen to dangerous propaganda in the first place,

For many Uighurs, on the other hand, the camps are a systematised attempt to destroy their culture and force their loyalty to the CCP and the dominant Han.



Earlier: Chinese "rescue" those that flee

https://eastturkistaninfo.com/2014/11/14/china-identifies-dozens-of-uighurs-in-thailand-report/
China identifies ‘dozens’ of Uighurs in Thailand: report
November 14, 2014
BEIJING


(Reuters) – Chinese officials in Thailand have identified “dozens” of Uighurs from Uyghuristan who were rescued by Thai police from a human-smuggling camp and those confirmed from China will be sent home, a Chinese newspaper said on Friday.

Thai police previously told Reuters that the roughly 200 people rescued in March were believed to be Uighurs, a Muslim people from the western Chinese region who speak a Turkic language, many of whom chafe at government restrictions on their culture and religion
..
“Once we confirm that they are Chinese, they would be sent back to China,” a Chinese diplomat surnamed Qin told the newspaper.

In 2009, 20 Uighurs were deported from Cambodia to China despite the objections of the United Nations and human rights groups, who said they faced lengthy jail terms upon their return.

New York-based Human Rights Watch also criticized Malaysia for deporting six Uighurs to China last December.
,,,
Hundreds of people have been killed in unrest in Xinjiang in the past two years, prompting a crackdown by Chinese authorities.

Small numbers of Uighur people have begun trickling out of China to Southeast Asia. They are believed to go overland into Laos or Myanmar, and then on to Thailand and elsewhere.

Questions for MSM:

When did the Chinese persecution of Uighur begin?

Has it been since the Chinese-American trade war began?



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Re: Trump impose sanctions on China - Trump CAVES on China tariffs
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Trump CAVES on China tariffs
and puts off levies on laptops, cell phones and toys until after Christmas shopping season following 'very good call' with Beijing - in move set to boost faltering stock market

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7352783/Trump-postpones-new-tariffs-China-months-stock-shares-lose-billions-value.html



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"The Distortion Is Grotesque" - Google Insider Turns Over 950 Pages Documenting Bias To DoJ

Tue, 08/13/2019 - 20:05


Via SaraACarter.com, https://saraacarter.com/exclusive-google-insider-turns-over-950-pages-of-docs-and-laptop-to-doj/

A former Google insider claiming the company created algorithms to hide its political bias within artificial intelligence platforms – in effect targeting particular words, phrases and contexts to promote, alter, reference or manipulate perceptions of Internet content – delivered roughly 950 pages of documents to the Department of Justice’s Antitrust division Friday.
...

He told this reporter on his recent trip to Washington D.C. that the documents he turned over to the Justice Department will provide proof that Google has been manipulating the algorithms and the evidence of how it was done, the insider said.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai told the House Judiciary Committee in December, 2018, that the search engine was not biased against conservatives. Pichai explained what algorithm’s are said Google’s algorithm was not offensive to conservatives because its artificial intelligence does not operate in that manner. He told lawmakers, “things like relevance, freshness, popularity, how other people are using it” are what drives the search results. Pichai said even if his programmers were anti-Republican, the process is so intricate that the artificial intelligence could not be manipulated and it was to complicated to train the algorithm to fit their bias.

Google did not immediately respond for comment on the insider’s claims, however, this story will be updated if comment is provided.

The insider says Google is aware most people are unaware or not knowledgeable about these advanced IT systems and therefore unable to determine who is telling the truth.



“I honestly think that a free market can fix this issue,” he told this reporter at a meeting in Washington D.C.

The issue is that the free market has been distorted and what’s happened is that the distortion is so grotesque and the engineering is so repulsive, all we need to do is just expose what’s going on. People can hear that it is bad but that can be bias. But when they see what Google has actually written with the documents, this will actually be taught in universities of what totalitarian states can do with this type of capability.”

“It will be so revolting that it doesn’t matter what the solution is, a solution will just form as a reaction to this manipulation they have done,” the Google insider said.

...

Greg Coppola, a software engineer, told Project Veritas that he doesn’t “have a smoking gun.”

However,  “I’ve just been coding since I was ten, I have a Ph.D., I have five years of experience at Google, and I just know how algorithms are. They don’t write themselves. We write them to make them do what we want them to do.”



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