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Taxation / Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Last post by tahoeblue on Today at 03:26:29 pm »
Oh mao would be proud ,.......   are U CCP ? 
Yeah it's all one big joke on who ?   Oh its not racial ... for the Han versus the non-Han  ?

 Uighur 's are are a total mix of racial identities on othe silk road ... being muslim for the ccp is a problem of not being atheist and not being Han ...   I'm against repression  geez  ( I should say Jesus since I'm a Christian )

http://www.thelivingmoon.com/43ancients/02files/The_Mummies_of_Tarim_Basin.html

The Mummies of Tarim Basin - Xinjiang Province of China

The first Tocharian Nordic mummy found in 1989: a White female with long blond hair, finely preserved by the arid desert atmosphere of the Taklamakan desert. Based on her partially dismembered limbs and gouged out eyes, archaeologists believe she was a sacrificial victim.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xinjiang_re-education_camps

"Not entirely sure that China has a "communist" govt " - really ?  So there IS NO CCP ? Really ?

He emphasized that without the party and the government, he would never had been a professor or had a rewarding life, adding Imin also had the party to thank for studying abroad.

"All these things would have been impossible without the care of the party and the government to our family," Seydin said.



 
https://www.thenational.ae/world/asia/return-of-the-repressed-1.540537?videoId=5770738884001
Return of the repressed

The big idea China's harsh tactics in Xinjiang have only stoked Uighur rage. Joshua Kurlantzick on why Beijing can't quit the iron fist.



Return of the repressed
The big idea China's harsh tactics in Xinjiang have only stoked Uighur rage. Joshua Kurlantzick on why Beijing can't quit the iron fist.
China's harsh tactics in Xinjiang have only stoked Uighur rage. Joshua Kurlantzick on why Beijing can't quit the iron fist.
July 17, 2009

China's harsh tactics in Xinjiang have only stoked Uighur rage. Joshua Kurlantzick on why Beijing can't quit the iron fist. In the past two weeks, the vast western Chinese province of Xinjiang has been rocked by some of the deadliest riots in China since the founding of the People's Republic in 1949. The spark was supposedly a brawl at a factory in eastern China in late June between Han Chinese and Uighurs, which left two Uighurs dead. A week later, Uighurs - an ethnically Turkic Muslim minority who have historically resided in Xinjiang - stormed through the streets of Urumqi, the provincial capital, burning Chinese stores and attacking Chinese residents of the city with clubs and other makeshift weapons. Some local Chinese claimed the Uighurs were stoning Chinese to death.

Largest, fastest growing economy on the planet . . . .
Not entirely sure that China has a "communist" govt - - >

Sure it claims to be communist, but the liberals claim to be liberal and they are the worst fascists, the socialists claim to be for the people when they are for the bankster classes, . . . I could go on about any political party ;-)

The comical part, is the one sure fire thing that we can label China is "nationalist".


Last, do you now support the Muslims ?
Do you where a "I LUV ISLAM" t-shirt ?
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General Discussion / Re: SARS Like - Bats for U - COVID-19
« Last post by tahoeblue on May 25, 2020, 05:40:04 pm »
New Zealand land ... no bill of rights there ...

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/121504938/coronavirus-new-covid19-law-gives-police-power-to-conduct-warrantless-searches-amid-civil-liberty-concerns
Coronavirus: New Covid-19 law gives police power to conduct warrantless searches amid civil liberty concerns
Collette Devlin
07:13, May 14 2020

Attorney-General David Parker said a new law was designed specifically to stop the spread of COVID-19. The legal framework passed its final reading on Wednesday and will become law in time for the move to Alert Level 2.

A controversial new coronavirus law has been hastily passed, despite coming under fire for allowing police to search homes without a warrant.

Despite widespread concern, the Government rushed through the powerful legislation for Alert Level 2, but legal experts say the new enforcement law is better for the public than the extreme emergency powers used under lockdown.

There are now calls for the Government to take the unusual step of returning the law to parliament, so it can again be scrutinised while it's being used.

The law, which passed 63 – 57, had to be hurried through the House as it was required for the enforcement of Alert Level 2 restrictions such as social distancing - set to begin at 11.59pm on Wednesday.


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https://youtu.be/KEZFe94xpkk?t=103
John Lennon's Scenes in How I Won the War 

"GREEN GREEN GREEN"

https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/world/coronavirus-new-zealand-at-level-2-of-covid-19-alert-system/ar-BB11u7wx
Coronavirus: New Zealand at level 2 of COVID-19 alert system
 Hannah Kronast
21/03/2020
Jacinda Ardern has announced New Zealand will be implementing an alert system for COVID-19.

The alert system will have four levels, New Zealand has now moved to level 2.
....

The System:

Alert level 1:

"In this phase we prepare - the basics like border measures, contact tracing and cancelling mass gatherings are all activated. You'll see that this is where we have been when COVID first arrived in New Zealand.

Alert level 2:

"Where the disease is contained, but the risks are growing because we have more cases. This is when we move to reduce our contact with one another, we increase our border measures and we cancel events. This is also the level where we ask people to work differently if they can, and cancel unnecessary travel."

Alert level 3:

"Alert level three is where the disease is increasingly difficult to contain. This is where we restrict our contact by stepping things up again. We close public venues and ask non-essential businesses to close."

Alert level 4:

"This is where we have sustained transmission. This is where we eliminate contact with each other altogether. We keep essential services going, but we ask everyone to stay at home until COVID-19 is back under control."

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Taxation / Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Last post by EvadingGrid on May 25, 2020, 12:13:47 pm »
Maybe if these commies were less like Stalin or Hitler ...


Largest, fastest growing economy on the planet . . . .
Not entirely sure that China has a "communist" govt - - >

Sure it claims to be communist, but the liberals claim to be liberal and they are the worst fascists, the socialists claim to be for the people when they are for the bankster classes, . . . I could go on about any political party ;-)

The comical part, is the one sure fire thing that we can label China is "nationalist".


Last, do you now support the Muslims ?
Do you where a "I LUV ISLAM" t-shirt ?

 



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Video / Internet TV / Spinning Squirrel
« Last post by poseidonlost on May 25, 2020, 11:32:30 am »
Holocaust Revisionism/Psy-Op Warfare/Rumor

The Holocaust: How Psychological Warfare Shapes Belief & Culture

https://www.bitchute.com/video/4nAUJSV5HTXe
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Taxation / Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Last post by tahoeblue on May 25, 2020, 10:56:18 am »
Perhaps the thread title should be "Trump starts Cold War with China"   :o

Maybe if these commies were less like Stalin or Hitler ...

earlier PBS ! :

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/features/uighurs/
At least 1 million Uighurs have been interned since 2017 in more than 85 identified camps within Xinjiang-- an autonomous region in Northwest China, according to Western reports.

Back in February  ( seems like a million years ago) :

https://apnews.com/bcbf0108163c692e0dcab51bf5d3dca9
Boston Uighur woman champions her father’s release in China
By AYSHA KHAN
February 14, 2020



BOSTON (RNS) — Samira Imin can’t stop thinking about the times her father took her horseback riding.

She remembers how her father, a prominent Uighur publisher and historian named Iminjan Seydin, would always spoil her and shelter her from her mother’s scoldings. She thinks of the time she went out alone as a teen living in China’s Xinjiang region and became lost, and Seydin began frantically calling around to find her, then cried when she finally returned home.

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Now, months after she learned that Chinese officials were holding her father in a detention camp for Uighur Muslims before arresting him over charges of extremism, Imin says it’s her turn to become her father’s protector and bring him back home.

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Her father, a 54-year-old professor of Chinese history at the Xinjiang Islamic Institute and founder of the Imin Book Publishing Co., has not been seen since May 2017.

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Now, Imin is publicly demanding Chinese officials release her father.

“If I don’t speak up, things may get worse,” Imin said. “If I do speak up, then at least the world knows that my father has a daughter in America.”

In December, she published a public letter addressed to the Chinese government, pushing officials to reveal any evidence they had against Seydin and explain why they did not appoint him an independent lawyer, hold a public trial and allow advocates from Human Rights Watch to investigate the case against him.

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She has posted videos testifying to his detention and arrest, documented his case in a database of Uighur detainees led by an independent researcher and spoken to English and Uighur -language media about his work.

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China’s government has long claimed repressive measures in Xinjiang were necessary “de-radicalization” initiatives in response to threats from Islamist militants and violent separatists in the region. The intense surveillance and suppression of religion in Xinjiang, a ramping up of China’s ongoing Sinicization efforts, is critical to promote unity and harmony, officials say.

Until recently, Imin believed much of it.

“I was a product of that indoctrination, too,” she said, noting that she had attended Chinese school. “Until I woke up and realized how they are.

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https://www.dw.com/en/imprisoned-uighur-professors-release-shows-how-beijing-forces-loyalty/a-53524800
Imprisoned Uighur professor's release shows how Beijing forces loyalty

After disappearing for three years into a Xinjiang prison, Uighur professor Iminjan Seydin has been suddenly released. Now, he is denouncing his daughter's search for answers as "anti-China."
,..

Hundreds of Uyghur intellectuals are among the thousands of people who have been imprisoned or put into Xinjiang's re-education camps by the Chinese government over the past three years.

...

On May 4, Imin was tipped off by friends that her father had appeared in a video published by the Communist Party mouthpiece China Daily. It was the first time she had heard anything from him since he disappeared in 2017.

"I felt like the whole thing was surreal, and I wanted to cry but couldn't really cry," said Imin. "I wasn't sure if I should be happy, because I didn't know what my dad was going to tell me in the video."

When she finally gained the courage to click on the Twitter link, she saw that her dad was a lot skinnier and had a shaved head.
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It appeared that her father had been freed from prison. However, his message in the video sounded bizarre.

"Recently some overseas anti-China forces deceived my daughter into claiming that I was under illegal detention," Seydin said in the video. "This is deception and nonsense. I'm very well, healthy and free."

Seydin asked Imin not to trust the "deceptive rumors" and stop spreading false information about "his detention" abroad.

He emphasized that without the party and the government, he would never had been a professor or had a rewarding life, adding Imin also had the party to thank for studying abroad.

"All these things would have been impossible without the care of the party and the government to our family," Seydin said.
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Taxation / Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Last post by EvadingGrid on May 25, 2020, 12:37:46 am »
Perhaps the thread title should be "Trump starts Cold War with China"

 :o
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Taxation / Re: Trump impose sanctions on China
« Last post by tahoeblue on May 24, 2020, 06:40:36 pm »
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/hong-kong-erupts-tear-gas-deployed-thousands-fill-streets-oppose-chinas-national-security
Hong Kong Erupts: Tear Gas Deployed As Thousands Fill Streets To Oppose China's National Security Law
Sun, 05/24/2020 - 10:50

After months of relative quiet amid the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Hong Kong, defying the city's ban on gatherings to voice their opposition to a new "national security" law proposed by Beijing which would threaten the city's autonomy and the civil liberties of its residents.


4:49 AM - May 24, 2020 · Eastern District, Hong Kong

...

The protesters, most of whom could be seen donning masks, were hit with tear gas less than an hour after the start of the demonstrations which resulted in at least 120 arrests - including 40 of which were people accused of blocking Gloucester Road. A water cannon truck was also deployed according to SCMP."

...

Beijing unveiled details of the law on Friday, which would most likely grant the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)'s security services jurisdiction over matters in Hong Kong - which drew condemnation from Taiwan, the United Kingdom, the EU, Australia, Canada and the United States, according to the report. It also drew immediate protest from opposition lawmakers.
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General Discussion / Re: SARS Like - Bats for U - COVID-19
« Last post by tahoeblue on May 24, 2020, 04:59:52 pm »
300 + Million people / 100K deaths of mostly sick and old people ... hmmm
Still what we don't know is  what are the long term effects on young able body people ? Is it HIV Lite ?


https://www.drudgereport.com/

America Reopening for Summer, and Tensions Are High...
24 states still have uncontrolled spread...
'Up to Dozen' COVID-19 Variants...
Testosterone could be behind higher male death rate...
'Bigger Than Katrina': Outbreak Devastates Black New Orleans..
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Undercover agents enforcing rules in Ohio..
LOS ANGELES TURNS HOTSPOT...
Islamic call to prayer sparks noise complaints...
#StayHome Brigades Shaming Travelers...
President makes first golf outing since pandemic...
Disinfected dice: Vegas casinos getting ready to roll!
NBA talking with DISNEY about resuming season...
CDC warns of increasingly aggressive rats...
Model predicts America virus-free by late September...
U.S. DEATHS: 97,087...

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11697207/testosterone-behind-higher-coronavirus-death-men/
MEN AT RISK Testosterone could be behind higher coronavirus death rates among men
 Alex Winter
    24 May 2020,

MEN are dying of coronavirus at twice the rate of women because of testosterone, medics believe.

The disease appears to be particularly dangerous for men, who are losing their lives at almost double the rate of women.
...
Prostate cancer experts have unveiled evidence which suggests testosterone could play a crucial role by inadvertently helping the virus infect cells.
Researchers in Italy say prostate cancer patients given powerful drugs to cut testosterone levels were four times less likely to die of Covid-19 than those not taking the treatment.

They think that's because testosterone drives up levels of a protein called TMPRSS2, which is significant in prostate cancers.
Now, it's believed that coronavirus also uses this protein to ‘unlock’ cells.
Medics at London’s Institute for Cancer Research (ICR) are examining the link further.
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/coronavirus-is-a-medical-and-financial-disaster-for-blacks-in-new-orleans-11590226200
Coronavirus Devastates Black New Orleans: ‘This Is Bigger Than Katrina’
The pandemic is disproportionately harming U.S. black communities, especially in Louisiana. Economists warn the deaths could be just the start of further setbacks for already vulnerable residents.
May 23, 2020 7:30 am ET

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Black residents make up 32% of the state’s population but 55% of its deaths from Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. The numbers are similar in New York, Chicago and across the country.

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https://www.thedailybeast.com/up-to-a-dozen-covid-19-variants-in-the-united-states
Up to a Dozen’ COVID-19 Variants in the United States
David Axe
Published May. 24, 2020 4:56AM ET
...
Drawing samples from tens of thousands of COVID-19 patients and decoding the samples’ genomes, scientists are making so-called “phylogenetic” maps of the pandemic over time. The maps help researchers start to answer some important questions.

https://www.gisaid.org/

31,000 viral genomic sequences of hCoV-19 shared with unprecedented speed via GISAID

Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak and the identification of the pandemic virus, laboratories around the world are generating viral genome sequence data with unprecedented speed, enabling real-time progress in the understanding of the new disease and in the research and development of candidate medical countermeasures. Sequence data are essential to design and evaluate diagnostic tests, to track and trace the ongoing outbreak, and to identify potential intervention options. Listen to PRI's Elana Gordon.

https://www.gisaid.org/epiflu-applications/next-hcov-19-app/


GISAID data Submitters and Curators ensure real-time data sharing of hCoV-19 remains reliable, to enable rapid progress in the understanding of the new COVID-19 disease and in the research and development of candidate medical countermeasures.

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General Discussion / Re: SARS Like - Bats for U - COVID-19
« Last post by #1 Trouble Maker on May 24, 2020, 11:43:58 am »
Fear Mongering Corporate / Mike Adams Media "Mexico Crematoriums Buring NON STOP"  Meme Thoroughly Debunked

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1143&v=_vQhwEZpDPE&feature=emb_logo

While It's Still on THEMTube
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General Discussion / Re: SARS Like - Bats for U - COVID-19
« Last post by EvadingGrid on May 24, 2020, 10:50:30 am »
Lockdown was a waste of time and could kill more than it saved, claims Nobel laureate scientist at Stanford University

    Professor Michael Levitt won the shared Nobel prize for chemistry in 2013
    Suggested the decision to keep people indoors was motivated by 'panic'
    Professor Levitt also said Neil Ferguson's modelling overestimated deaths

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8351649/Lockdown-waste-time-kill-saved-claims-Nobel-laureate.html
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