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Rape, torture and human experiments. Sayragul Sauytbay offers firsthand testimony from a Xinjiang 'reeducation' camp By David Stavrou (Stockholm) Oct 17, 2019
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.
So can you Trump this? I mean everyone in the USA hammers him on China policy yet no one ever talks about the Gulags in China do they? Hell I mean NO ONE! Its not just an Inconvenient Truth but it is also because every American based company including Google looks the other way on human rights.
They have been around for so long, they are just part of an accepted part of life in that culture
For NBA's Quandary over China, Stand with Human Rights
Published in The Hill
The NBA has long portrayed itself as standing up for human rights, whether dismissing the Los Angeles Clippers’ owner for racist statements or moving the All-Star Game from Charlotte after North Carolina took a stand against allowing transgender people to use the bathroom associated with their identity. NBA stars have taken up such varied causes as gun control, police abuse and Trump’s hateful rhetoric. The success of the league itself is a tribute to diversity and globalism. But the NBA now faces a test of its principles when access to the massive Chinese market is at issue.
originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: Waterglass
Yea, you know, its China and thats what the Chicoms do. Be glad the Chicoms arent running the US yet.