posted on Feb, 10 2020 @ 02:10 AM
a reply to: makemap
Then there would be incredible amounts of strife and unrest, and with all the infighting, China would probably lose its standing as a superpower. The
same as what would happen if any group of 1.5 billion people was forced to do anything against their will.
But it seems a sort of pointless question- you're hypothesising something that could literally never happen, and is in fact impossible. Might as well
be asking "What if the moon was made of cheese?".
The insinuations in your OP have me scratching my head, though. Your thought process seems to be going along the lines of "Free Xinjiang, they say.
But what do you think would happen if China was forced to become muslim? FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR!"
... so are you suggesting that the human rights abuses against the muslims in Xinjiang are ok/justified/worth thinking about/shouldn't be brought up,
because of a hypothetical situation where China is forced to convert to Islam? Because the Taliban over 2 decades ago blew up Buddhist statues?
Because of what the ancient ancestors of these Chinese muslims might have done?
What are you trying to say?
edit on 10-2-2020 by babloyi because: for readability