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'If you enter a camp, you never come out.' Inside China's war on Islam

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This does sound eerily familiar to the build-up to genocides that I have read about in the past, but I don't get upset about this.

If you insist on believing in horsesh*t, there is a price that needs to be paid. (And that goes for all nonsensical religions)

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/11/if-you-enter-a-camp-you-never-come-out-inside-chinas-war-on-islam

(Full article at above link)

 

 

In Luopu county, in the past few years, documents show officials are expanding detention camps and increasing surveillance at an alarming rate.

The No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre is hard to miss. It emerges suddenly, a huge campus towering over hectares of farmland. Outside the compound, surrounded by tall white concrete walls lined with barbed wire and surveillance cameras, a police car patrols while several guards carrying long batons stand watch. The center, which straddles a highway, is bigger than most of the surrounding villages. A banner on one building says: “Safeguard ethnic unity.”

Half a dozen people stand on the roadside, staring at the buildings. No one is willing to say exactly what this prison-like facility is or why they are waiting on its perimeter.

They are reluctant to talk because the building is not a formal prison or university, but an internment camp where Muslim minorities are sent against their will and without trial for months or even years.

In December, the United Nations asked for direct access to the camps after a panel said it had received “credible reports” that 1.1 million ethnic minorities had been detained.

Beijing has aggressively defended its policies and sought to portray the camps as benign and Xinjiang, where outbursts of violence occurred in the early 2000s as peaceful thanks to government efforts. Detractors warn China's actions could be 'precursors to genocide'

Local authorities are expanding detention camps, increasing surveillance and policing, and co-opting residents through intimidation, force and financial incentives.

 

The cost of ‘stability control’

 

In the past year, at least 10 buildings have been added to the No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre, according to satellite imagery.  

Luopu county is home to eight internment camps officially labelled “vocational training centers”, according to public budget documents seen by the Guardian.

In 2018, officials expected to accommodate 12,000 “students” as well as another 2,100 inmates at another detention center – a total of about 7% of the county’s adult population, or 11% of the entire male population.

 

Luopu county also planned to spend almost $44 million dollars on “stability control”, including  a surveillance system to cover all mosques, and funding for almost 6,000 police officers to  and security checkpoints. The “students” are closely monitored: almost 2,000 staff and police have been hired to oversee 12,000 detainees.

Authorities are also spending money on incentivizing certain residents like local imams and other religious leaders as “patriotic religious people”  to keep them informed about radical factions forming in the mosques, and also to dissuade citizens from travelling to Mecca.

 

‘Don’t come here’

New residents are being discouraged from settling in Luopu county. Commuters must register their ID cards, do full body scans, have their vehicles searched and their faces scanned. Hand-held devices scan smartphones for content deemed problematic. A police officer demanded to check the phone of a Guardian reporter because, she said “someone saw Arabic or Uighur language on it”.  Residents say, “It gets worse day after day.”

 

‘Red star’ households

In the village almost every home has a plaque on the door marking it a “model red star family”. These are families who have met requirements, including demonstrating “anti-extremism thought” and a “sense of modern civilization”. Over the past year, Luopu local officials have gathered villagers to sing patriotic songs, a practice common in the camps, or to teach female residents how to be “good new era women” who promote “ideological emancipation”.

 

 As our Guardian reporter was interviewing a local man, upon seeing a police officer, he suddenly interrupted himself: “We are scared talking with you,” he said. “They will retaliate.” He quickly shuffled away.

 

 

 

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Islam seeks death to the infidels, China is a nation of infidels they(deciples of islam)  are invading with their ideology drvoke. 

 

seems you make the agrgressor the victim here.  Smells like you have a blind allegiance to muslim culture expansion around the globe. Career orchestrator of oganized doubt spreading chaos around the globe.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, sole result said:

Islam seeks death to the infidels, China is a nation of infidels they(deciples of islam)  are invading with their ideology drvoke. 

 

seems you make the agrgressor the victim here.  Smells like you have a blind allegiance to muslim culture expansion around the globe. Career orchestrator of oganized doubt spreading chaos around the globe.

 

 

Muslims murder Christians in the middle east.  They save money on camps.  

 

I'm sure drvoke meant to include this.  

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1 minute ago, personreal said:

Muslims murder Christians in the middle east.  They save money on camps.  

 

I'm sure drvoke meant to include this.  

"meant"?  Isn't that same as following a greater good intention.  that avenue of thought wherre hypotheticals are held more valuable than actually understanding how life doesn't exceed the moment here?

 

what side of all historical realities does that? me alone.

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1 minute ago, DennisTheMenace said:

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China doesn't care about Islam...do they?

Menace is stocking me while he hides.  

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Just now, personreal said:

Menace is stocking me while he hides.  

menace the Dennis equally. He defends denial leads to greater good results rather than sustains planned obsolescence and plausible deniability acted out ancestrally historically which reflects everyone's ancestry played a role where everything is socially corrupted now.

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14 minutes ago, DennisTheMenace said:

 

 

China doesn't care about Islam...do they?

If they didn't care, there wouldn't be the camps defending China's social justification as a geographical empire of the sun. Wasn't China the foundation for yin and yang ideology translated into Karma under hindu ideology.  A rose by any other label is but a rose of a different variety and color.

 

Physical perpetual motion only works within specific flows between contracting results and expanding never duplicated again details now. 6 degrees of electual currents co existing and not cancelling each other out supplying 7 bands of light between stars and their relative solar systems.

 

Between adding and multiplying 13 or 42 having symbolic variations kind of like 0-9 is ten spaces same as 1-10 where 10 is a two column repeat of the first 0-9.

 

Oh but intellectual truths have separate meanings figuratively and literally relatively translated by 4th party variables playing two ends against the point of universal separation of details and results so far.

 

dennis your time playing career denier is over.  someone knows why and how humanity intentionally misleads ancestries by corrupt policies defending ignoring the physically self evident.

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Both China and Japan have very little tolerance for the Abrahamic religions. Neither wants anything to do with them. And China puts the screws to Islam. My position aligns with both.

 

 

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It's China, probably the biggest human rights abuser in history
They do the same with Christians, free thinkers, basically anyone who doesn't comply
Interesting that you specify only this one religion, but not surprising

Doesn't matter, we're STILL WINNING in Ohio

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4 hours ago, chairmanOFTB said:

I have to ask DrVoke , are you condemning China's aggressive stance against Islam?

 

No.

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9 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

No.

He is trying to gain sympathy for those China's holds in camps at the same time pit many opposite opinions against one another while defending their relative positions of translating life by hypothetical standards.

 

he is a community organizer like Barack Obama.

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16 minutes ago, sole result said:

He is trying to gain sympathy for those China's holds in camps at the same time pit many opposite opinions against one another while defending their relative positions of translating life by hypothetical standards.

 

he is a community organizer like Barack Obama.

 

ooohhhhh okay, one of those.

 

maybe he should worry about our citizens here who are being attacked, assaulted, raped, murdered by non citizens?

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Freedom of religion and from religion are basic human rights. The Uighurs are no threat to anyone if they are left alone to practice their religion.

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41 minutes ago, chairmanOFTB said:

maybe he should worry about our citizens here who are being attacked, assaulted, raped, murdered by non citizens?

No Americans are being attacked, assaulted, raped, murdered by Uighurs.

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7 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

No Americans are being attacked, assaulted, raped, murdered by Uighurs.

 

Who mentioned the Uighurs? 

I said non citizens , you know what that means?

 

my point was Americans in America have been attacked, assaulted, murdered and raped by non citizens  and you leftists don't give a rats ass about them.

 

 

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2 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

Freedom of religion and from religion are basic human rights. The Uighurs are no threat to anyone if they are left alone to practice their religion.

Until they go forth and multiply recuiting loyalists cradle to grave in ancestral order by those they reproduce to behave the same way again and again expecting different outcomes.

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3 hours ago, chairmanOFTB said:

 

ooohhhhh okay, one of those.

 

maybe he should worry about our citizens here who are being attacked, assaulted, raped, murdered by non citizens?

A brain navigates all angles spontaneously while your mind only approaches topics with an idea of only two sides, How many other sides aren't you considering as existing simultaneously here?

 

simple answer all spontaneously taking place.

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4 minutes ago, sole result said:

A brain navigates all angles spontaneously while your mind only approaches topics with an idea of only two sides, How many other sides aren't you considering as existing simultaneously here?

 

simple answer all spontaneously taking place.

 

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21 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

Image result for Luopu china "Vocational Skills Training Centre"

 

 

 

This does sound eerily familiar to the build-up to genocides that I have read about in the past, but I don't get upset about this.

If you insist on believing in horsesh*t, there is a price that needs to be paid. (And that goes for all nonsensical religions)

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/11/if-you-enter-a-camp-you-never-come-out-inside-chinas-war-on-islam

(Full article at above link)

 

 

In Luopu county, in the past few years, documents show officials are expanding detention camps and increasing surveillance at an alarming rate.

The No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre is hard to miss. It emerges suddenly, a huge campus towering over hectares of farmland. Outside the compound, surrounded by tall white concrete walls lined with barbed wire and surveillance cameras, a police car patrols while several guards carrying long batons stand watch. The center, which straddles a highway, is bigger than most of the surrounding villages. A banner on one building says: “Safeguard ethnic unity.”

Half a dozen people stand on the roadside, staring at the buildings. No one is willing to say exactly what this prison-like facility is or why they are waiting on its perimeter.

They are reluctant to talk because the building is not a formal prison or university, but an internment camp where Muslim minorities are sent against their will and without trial for months or even years.

In December, the United Nations asked for direct access to the camps after a panel said it had received “credible reports” that 1.1 million ethnic minorities had been detained.

Beijing has aggressively defended its policies and sought to portray the camps as benign and Xinjiang, where outbursts of violence occurred in the early 2000s as peaceful thanks to government efforts. Detractors warn China's actions could be 'precursors to genocide'

Local authorities are expanding detention camps, increasing surveillance and policing, and co-opting residents through intimidation, force and financial incentives.

 

The cost of ‘stability control’

 

In the past year, at least 10 buildings have been added to the No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre, according to satellite imagery.  

Luopu county is home to eight internment camps officially labelled “vocational training centers”, according to public budget documents seen by the Guardian.

In 2018, officials expected to accommodate 12,000 “students” as well as another 2,100 inmates at another detention center – a total of about 7% of the county’s adult population, or 11% of the entire male population.

 

Luopu county also planned to spend almost $44 million dollars on “stability control”, including  a surveillance system to cover all mosques, and funding for almost 6,000 police officers to  and security checkpoints. The “students” are closely monitored: almost 2,000 staff and police have been hired to oversee 12,000 detainees.

Authorities are also spending money on incentivizing certain residents like local imams and other religious leaders as “patriotic religious people”  to keep them informed about radical factions forming in the mosques, and also to dissuade citizens from travelling to Mecca.

 

‘Don’t come here’

New residents are being discouraged from settling in Luopu county. Commuters must register their ID cards, do full body scans, have their vehicles searched and their faces scanned. Hand-held devices scan smartphones for content deemed problematic. A police officer demanded to check the phone of a Guardian reporter because, she said “someone saw Arabic or Uighur language on it”.  Residents say, “It gets worse day after day.”

 

‘Red star’ households

In the village almost every home has a plaque on the door marking it a “model red star family”. These are families who have met requirements, including demonstrating “anti-extremism thought” and a “sense of modern civilization”. Over the past year, Luopu local officials have gathered villagers to sing patriotic songs, a practice common in the camps, or to teach female residents how to be “good new era women” who promote “ideological emancipation”.

 

 As our Guardian reporter was interviewing a local man, upon seeing a police officer, he suddenly interrupted himself: “We are scared talking with you,” he said. “They will retaliate.” He quickly shuffled away.

 

 

 

Sounds like the way LIBs run US universities...…COMMIE WAY or the HIGHWAY

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