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A Million People Are Jailed at China's Gulags
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There really are two sides to this story but the conditions these people find themselves in (regardless of the why and when) is something that the world should be condemning. Many will not as all they look at is the Chinese market and how much money they can make in China.
https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/.prem...-1.7994216

Full title is : A Million People Are Jailed at China's Gulags. I Managed to Escape. Here's What Really Goes on Inside


Quote:STOCKHOLM – Twenty prisoners live in one small room. They are handcuffed, their heads shaved, every move is monitored by ceiling cameras. A bucket in the corner of the room is their toilet. The daily routine begins at 6 A.M. They are learning Chinese, memorizing propaganda songs and confessing to invented sins. They range in age from teenagers to elderly. Their meals are meager: cloudy soup and a slice of bread.

Torture – metal nails, fingernails pulled out, electric shocks – takes place in the “black room.” Punishment is a constant. The prisoners are forced to take pills and get injections. It’s for disease prevention, the staff tell them, but in reality they are the human subjects of medical experiments. Many of the inmates suffer from cognitive decline. Some of the men become sterile. Women are routinely raped.

Such is life in China’s reeducation camps, as reported in rare testimony provided by Sayragul Sauytbay (pronounced: Say-ra-gul Saut-bay, as in “bye”), a teacher who escaped from China and was granted asylum in Sweden. Few prisoners have succeeded in getting out of the camps and telling their story. Sauytbay’s testimony is even more extraordinary, because during her incarceration she was compelled to be a teacher in the camp. China wants to market its camps to the world as places of educational programs and vocational retraining, but Sauytbay is one of the few people who can offer credible, firsthand testimony about what really goes on in the camps.
I met with Sauytbay three times, once in a meeting arranged by a Swedish Uyghur association and twice, after she agreed to tell her story to Haaretz, in personal interviews that took place in Stockholm and lasted several hours, all together. Sauytbay spoke only Kazakh, and so we communicated via a translator, but it was apparent that she spoke in a credible way. During most of the time we spoke, she was composed, but at the height of her recounting of the horror, tears welled up in her eyes. Much of what she said corroborated previous testimony by prisoners who had fled to the West. Sweden granted her asylum, because in the wake of her testimony, extradition to China would have placed her in mortal danger.
She is 43, a Muslim of Kazakh descent, who grew up in Mongolküre county, near the China-Kazakh border. Like hundreds of thousands of others, most of them Uyghurs, a minority ethnic Turkic group, she too fell victim to China’s suppression of every sign of an isolationist thrust in the northwest province of Xinjiang. A large number of camps have been established in that region over the past two years, as part of the regime’s struggle against what it terms the “Three Evils”: terrorism, separatism and extremism. According to Western estimates, between one and two million of the province’s residents have been incarcerated in camps during Beijing’s campaign of oppression.
It is a long article and worth a "look see" if interested.
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How horrible! I've heard about them using prisoners for human experiments, and the torture sounds tinywhat


Quote:China wants to market its camps to the world as places of educational programs and vocational retraining,

Thanks to all that is holy, we dodged this bullet by not electing Killary!  This is exactly what would have happened if Trump had not won in 2016. She left her back door open on her bathroom blackberry so China could come in and get all our secrets. Under the Obummer administration lots of land and ports were leased or sold to China; they were selling our country out to China!!
President Trump recently took the Long Island Port back and now Australia is in charge.
The recent hurricane in the Bahamas also destroyed a port that China was using.
President Trump is destroying China's plans bit by bit.

If people don't know about this yet, they still have some research to do; it's all there.
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