16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

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Re: 16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by FishbellykanakaDude » Fri Nov 16, 2018 5:37 pm

Silent Guest 1 wrote:Meetings. Protests. Who expects change from gestures? Words no longer have common definitions. Even while the Chinese translate esperanto, the government leaders are forming their devious meaningless response. Worldwide escalation of tyranny and power-wielding.
So inspectors visit the re-education camps. No different than American Crescent tours of Theresienstadt. Ears and eyes and mouths cannot be believed. Who now is willing to learn from factual history and divine motives? Bolton?
Anyone at all in Europe?
John has defined a world on the brink.


Words only have common definitions in "good times", and those kinds of times occur seldomly.

Definitions, like their analog "international laws", are always self serving, and only ever enlightening if their use is to increase understanding between BOTH conversation parties.

..'though, it can be "enlightening" to analyse the self serving meanings in relation to the usual or "best intentioned" meanings.

There really isn't much difference between these times and "normal" times, other than that there is more "signal and amplitude" than during those so-called "normal" times.

..and by "signal" I mean "panicky assholery".

Re: 16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by FishbellykanakaDude » Fri Nov 16, 2018 5:13 pm

jullien1 wrote:
The CCP jailed them for "gathering a crowd to disrupt public order," not even letting them see a lawyer. Last week, Marxist and Maoist students from Peking University and other colleges traveled to Shenzen to form the "Jasic Workers' Solidarity Group" to support the workers.

Knowing CCP means Chinese Communist Party, am I the only one to perceive the irony?


Are you referring to "CCP" as in Cyrillic "CCP", within "CCCP", meaning Союз Советских Социалистических Республик, transliterated as Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik, or SSSR, and in English USSR, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics?

..or CCP Games (http://www.ccpgames.com); the makers of EVE Online, the Icelandic company acquired by South Korean company Pearl Abyss in September 2018?

Re: 16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by Silent Guest 1 » Fri Nov 16, 2018 10:00 am

Meetings. Protests. Who expects change from gestures? Words no longer have common definitions. Even while the Chinese translate esperanto, the government leaders are forming their devious meaningless response. Worldwide escalation of tyranny and power-wielding.
So inspectors visit the re-education camps. No different than American Crescent tours of Theresienstadt. Ears and eyes and mouths cannot be believed. Who now is willing to learn from factual history and divine motives? Bolton?
Anyone at all in Europe?
John has defined a world on the brink.

Re: 16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by jullien1 » Fri Nov 16, 2018 5:42 am

The CCP jailed them for "gathering a crowd to disrupt public order," not even letting them see a lawyer. Last week, Marxist and Maoist students from Peking University and other colleges traveled to Shenzen to form the "Jasic Workers' Solidarity Group" to support the workers.

Knowing CCP means Chinese Communist Party, am I the only one to perceive the irony?

Re: 16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by John » Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:14 am

Thanks for the compliment, and thanks for catching the error.

Re: 16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by Guest » Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:57 am

Outstanding post, John. You have really shown the true face of the Chinese government.

A small correction:

Mao's Great Cultural Revolution, which killed tens of thousands of people


I think you meant to write 'tens of millions'.

16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province

Post by John » Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:38 am

16-Nov-18 World View -- Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province


China's crackdown on religions continues

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Fifteen countries challenge China's human rights in Xinjiang province
China's crackdown on religions continues


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Generational Dynamics, China, Xinjiang, Uighurs,
re-education prisons, Chen Quanguo, Hua Chunying, Canada,
Islam, Protestantism, Catholicism, Buddhism,
White Lotus Society, Red Turban Rebellion, Yuan Dynasty,
White Lotus Rebellion, Qing Dynasty, Tibet, Falun Gong,
Taiping Rebellion, Hong Xiuquan, Society of God Worshippers,
Mongols, Manchus, Great Leap Forward, Great Cultural Revolution,
Winnie the Pooh, Jasic Technology, Shenzen,
Peking University, Renmin University, Nanjing University

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