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Biden Dismisses Uighur Genocide As Being a "Different Norm"

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posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 10:17 AM
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This is the most terrifying thing the Biden administration has said/done since taking office.

Once you normalize interning people for
the crime of not thinking the way
the political party in power
says everyone must -
exactly what Biden has done
when talking about the
Uyghurs in China.

well

Look at what Democratic politicians
who are in total control of the
US government right now
are saying about being a Republican
(terrorist/seditionist)


You know the people that Pelosi said on MSNBC after the RNC
convention well before the election and Jan 6
(Republicans) are "enemies of the state".

That makes Biden normalizing
the internment of people that a
government who has sole power
says are enemies of the state
because they won't think and speak
as the government says they must.
TERRIFYING

I pray this never happens in the
US even though Biden has excused
it and normalized it for China.

This means more than ever
NO VIOLENCE
because at the first sign
of violence from any conservative
or anyone who voted for Trump
that could possibly be used
as an excuse.
So just don't. For the sake
of 70+ million of your fellow
citizens.






edit on 2/18/21 by The2Billies because: addition



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 10:29 AM
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originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: LoneCloudHopper2

You failed to mention where he goes on to talk about the fact that there will be repercussions for China and America will be pursuing them through the UN.

Why didn't you mention that, ruins the clickbait?


Because it is clear that any talk of repurcussions is just empty Obama era talk. The UN? Seriously. If it isn't obvious that this was a clear message to the CCP that he isn't going to cause any friction, but has to understandably say a few tough words, then you are purposefully looking away.



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 10:51 AM
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originally posted by: Halfswede

originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: LoneCloudHopper2

You failed to mention where he goes on to talk about the fact that there will be repercussions for China and America will be pursuing them through the UN.

Why didn't you mention that, ruins the clickbait?


Because it is clear that any talk of repurcussions is just empty Obama era talk. The UN? Seriously. If it isn't obvious that this was a clear message to the CCP that he isn't going to cause any friction, but has to understandably say a few tough words, then you are purposefully looking away.


So what for example did Trump say or do that had any effect whatsoever on that situation seeing as you seem to think something different must have happened then either Obama or Biden would do?

Do you really think Trumps rhetoric made any difference? He was purely playing a trade war and frankly not a very good one.

ETA, actually I just looked. According to John Bolton, Trump told Xi he thought building the 're-education camps' for the Uighurs was 'the right thing to do', regardless of whatever rhetoric he did in front of a camera.
edit on 18-2-2021 by uncommitted because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 01:57 PM
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originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: Halfswede

originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: LoneCloudHopper2

You failed to mention where he goes on to talk about the fact that there will be repercussions for China and America will be pursuing them through the UN.

Why didn't you mention that, ruins the clickbait?


Because it is clear that any talk of repurcussions is just empty Obama era talk. The UN? Seriously. If it isn't obvious that this was a clear message to the CCP that he isn't going to cause any friction, but has to understandably say a few tough words, then you are purposefully looking away.


So what for example did Trump say or do that had any effect whatsoever on that situation seeing as you seem to think something different must have happened then either Obama or Biden would do?

Do you really think Trumps rhetoric made any difference? He was purely playing a trade war and frankly not a very good one.

ETA, actually I just looked. According to John Bolton, Trump told Xi he thought building the 're-education camps' for the Uighurs was 'the right thing to do', regardless of whatever rhetoric he did in front of a camera.


You can be on the CCP side if you want, but Google 'Pompeo, CCP' and you will find they fought against the CCP harder and more openly than all prior administrations. While he may have been duped early on, once the pandemic was let loose it became a very focused and consistent message regarding covid, Hong Kong, Taiwan, uighurs, and freedom from Chinese dependence. There was no trade negotiation after that so the trade war argument falls flat.

Part of fighting human right abusers is calling it out. Prior administrations utterly failed even that (Google closed door diplomacy) . If you think calling it out is bad then that's on you. Otherwise you should be be in agreement that what was done was good whether you like the person or not. Biden is clearly avoiding calling it out.



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 02:40 PM
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a reply to: Halfswede

Yeah, that is exactly what it seems like. You'd think Biden might have some advisors and speech writers who might have encouraged him to say something different. But Biden might have forgotten anyway lol



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 02:43 PM
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a reply to: Thenail

Indeed it is very hard to understand how anyone could support him at this point. Very much so.



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 02:49 PM
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a reply to: Irishhaf

My family is very frustrating too. I even got my father to read "The Great Reset" by Klaus Schwab. He read it and agreed with his points...he still loves the Canadian government and believes in it and doesn't see the Great Rest as a problem (even tho our prime minister is on board with it.) Their denial of reality, or whatever it is, is jaw dropping at this point. I'm not sure there is any point in trying anymore. But I keep trying. (In regards to different issues, I mean.)



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 02:54 PM
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a reply to: The2Billies
You do know Trump gave the same soft pass regarding the Uighur's, he actually approved of it..quit being a hypocrite.


edit on 18-2-2021 by vonclod because: spelling



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 03:27 PM
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originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: The2Billies
You do know Trump gave the same soft pass regarding the Uighur's, he actually approved of it..quit being a hypocrite.



You are taking something he said early on when he didn't know the situation and purposely ignoring what came later (being deceitful). I would much rather support anyone when they make a more correct decision after learning more than continually attack them for something they used to think or believe. You should think about that seriously and the level of closed-mindedness that entails.

Like with many other people learning the truth of China's gross human rights violations has been slow to become common knowledge and many many people have previously been on the wrong side of it out of ignorance. When they take the right stance, it shouldn't be hard to forgive them. Biden on the other hand knows the situation at least as well as the general public and is choosing to kow tow. If Biden turns around, good on him also, but what he is doing now isn't out of ignorance.


edit on 18-2-2021 by Halfswede because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 05:08 PM
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a reply to: Halfswede

Ha! Let's do something to China through the UN ... that's joke. Let's wait on the security council vote. Well, how do you think it will vote with China sitting on it?

It will be like Obama waiting for the UN Sec. Council to decide what to do when Russia invaded Georgia. Well, how do you think the Sec. Council voted with Russia as a member?

edit on 18-2-2021 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 05:16 PM
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originally posted by: Halfswede

originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: The2Billies
You do know Trump gave the same soft pass regarding the Uighur's, he actually approved of it..quit being a hypocrite.



You are taking something he said early on when he didn't know the situation and purposely ignoring what came later (being deceitful). I would much rather support anyone when they make a more correct decision after learning more than continually attack them for something they used to think or believe. You should think about that seriously and the level of closed-mindedness that entails.

Like with many other people learning the truth of China's gross human rights violations has been slow to become common knowledge and many many people have previously been on the wrong side of it out of ignorance. When they take the right stance, it shouldn't be hard to forgive them. Biden on the other hand knows the situation at least as well as the general public and is choosing to kow tow. If Biden turns around, good on him also, but what he is doing now isn't out of ignorance.


Hey, I've always been open to be shown different info. So, if his opinion changed..great, show me.

But really, IMHO, you have to have lived under a rock, not to know what China has been doing to people..for decades.

ETA I posted early that Biden gets no pass from me, same as our bozo.
edit on 18-2-2021 by vonclod because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2021 @ 06:20 PM
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originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: LoneCloudHopper2

You failed to mention where he goes on to talk about the fact that there will be repercussions for China and America will be pursuing them through the UN.

Why didn't you mention that, ruins the clickbait?


Suuure!

The UN are going to "punish" them.

The Blue Helmet rapists are going to save the day.

Nothing to see here.



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 03:11 AM
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originally posted by: Halfswede

originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: Halfswede

originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: LoneCloudHopper2

You failed to mention where he goes on to talk about the fact that there will be repercussions for China and America will be pursuing them through the UN.

Why didn't you mention that, ruins the clickbait?


Because it is clear that any talk of repurcussions is just empty Obama era talk. The UN? Seriously. If it isn't obvious that this was a clear message to the CCP that he isn't going to cause any friction, but has to understandably say a few tough words, then you are purposefully looking away.


So what for example did Trump say or do that had any effect whatsoever on that situation seeing as you seem to think something different must have happened then either Obama or Biden would do?

Do you really think Trumps rhetoric made any difference? He was purely playing a trade war and frankly not a very good one.

ETA, actually I just looked. According to John Bolton, Trump told Xi he thought building the 're-education camps' for the Uighurs was 'the right thing to do', regardless of whatever rhetoric he did in front of a camera.


You can be on the CCP side if you want, but Google 'Pompeo, CCP' and you will find they fought against the CCP harder and more openly than all prior administrations. While he may have been duped early on, once the pandemic was let loose it became a very focused and consistent message regarding covid, Hong Kong, Taiwan, uighurs, and freedom from Chinese dependence. There was no trade negotiation after that so the trade war argument falls flat.

Part of fighting human right abusers is calling it out. Prior administrations utterly failed even that (Google closed door diplomacy) . If you think calling it out is bad then that's on you. Otherwise you should be be in agreement that what was done was good whether you like the person or not. Biden is clearly avoiding calling it out.


Actually, according to John Bolton, Trump said to Xi that building the re-education camps was the right idea.



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 03:12 AM
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originally posted by: Halfswede

originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: The2Billies
You do know Trump gave the same soft pass regarding the Uighur's, he actually approved of it..quit being a hypocrite.



You are taking something he said early on when he didn't know the situation and purposely ignoring what came later (being deceitful). I would much rather support anyone when they make a more correct decision after learning more than continually attack them for something they used to think or believe. You should think about that seriously and the level of closed-mindedness that entails.

Like with many other people learning the truth of China's gross human rights violations has been slow to become common knowledge and many many people have previously been on the wrong side of it out of ignorance. When they take the right stance, it shouldn't be hard to forgive them. Biden on the other hand knows the situation at least as well as the general public and is choosing to kow tow. If Biden turns around, good on him also, but what he is doing now isn't out of ignorance.



You talk rubbish. Trump agreed with Xi.



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 03:13 AM
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originally posted by: Wide-Eyes

originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: LoneCloudHopper2

You failed to mention where he goes on to talk about the fact that there will be repercussions for China and America will be pursuing them through the UN.

Why didn't you mention that, ruins the clickbait?


Suuure!

The UN are going to "punish" them.

The Blue Helmet rapists are going to save the day.

Nothing to see here.


Well, Trump agreed with Xi that building the camps was a good idea. What else did he do?

Sweet FA.



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 03:14 AM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Halfswede

Ha! Let's do something to China through the UN ... that's joke. Let's wait on the security council vote. Well, how do you think it will vote with China sitting on it?

It will be like Obama waiting for the UN Sec. Council to decide what to do when Russia invaded Georgia. Well, how do you think the Sec. Council voted with Russia as a member?


Unlike Trump who did........................ erm, ....................... hmmm, oh, made puerile adolescent remarks.



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 07:04 AM
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Biden is an imbecile...but he is right.

The u.s cannot going around telling everyone else how to rule their country.

How many acid attacks, gay bashing. church burnings and rapes in China from muslims when compared to Germany, France or Britain?

Might not be compassionate, but statistically china looks like it protects their citzens much more

Many other leaders have a norm of gambling with citizens lives



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 08:11 AM
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originally posted by: Bloodworth
Biden is an imbecile...but he is right.

The u.s cannot going around telling everyone else how to rule their country.

How many acid attacks, gay bashing. church burnings and rapes in China from muslims when compared to Germany, France or Britain?

Might not be compassionate, but statistically china looks like it protects their citzens much more

Many other leaders have a norm of gambling with citizens lives


If that was the reason for the 're-education' camps in China, and you appear to approve (as Trump did to President Xi), wouldn't you need ones for Christians and those of no faith who also perform the criminal acts you mention in the West?



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 08:31 AM
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originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: Bloodworth
Biden is an imbecile...but he is right.

The u.s cannot going around telling everyone else how to rule their country.

How many acid attacks, gay bashing. church burnings and rapes in China from muslims when compared to Germany, France or Britain?

Might not be compassionate, but statistically china looks like it protects their citzens much more

Many other leaders have a norm of gambling with citizens lives


If that was the reason for the 're-education' camps in China, and you appear to approve (as Trump did to President Xi), wouldn't you need ones for Christians and those of no faith who also perform the criminal acts you mention in the West?


What are the statistics of Christian migration crime in the last 10 years? Christians burning churches?
Christian acid attacks?

Because ever country that accepted large number of muslims saw a sharp increase in rape, gay bashing, acid attacks, and church burnings.

As a leader you would have to make a decision.
Do you gamble with the lives of your citzens knowing someone will be raped out of compassion for middle easterners?

I would think a conservative mentality is best and the idea that preventing 1 rape or acid attack is a good thing.



posted on Feb, 19 2021 @ 09:53 AM
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originally posted by: Bloodworth

originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: Bloodworth
Biden is an imbecile...but he is right.

The u.s cannot going around telling everyone else how to rule their country.

How many acid attacks, gay bashing. church burnings and rapes in China from muslims when compared to Germany, France or Britain?

Might not be compassionate, but statistically china looks like it protects their citzens much more

Many other leaders have a norm of gambling with citizens lives


If that was the reason for the 're-education' camps in China, and you appear to approve (as Trump did to President Xi), wouldn't you need ones for Christians and those of no faith who also perform the criminal acts you mention in the West?


What are the statistics of Christian migration crime in the last 10 years? Christians burning churches?
Christian acid attacks?

Because ever country that accepted large number of muslims saw a sharp increase in rape, gay bashing, acid attacks, and church burnings.

As a leader you would have to make a decision.
Do you gamble with the lives of your citzens knowing someone will be raped out of compassion for middle easterners?

I would think a conservative mentality is best and the idea that preventing 1 rape or acid attack is a good thing.






Last church mass shootings I can remember were by white non Muslims. Rape is by no means restricted to people of a particular faith, nor is use of acid in an attack.

In short, your just showing the pathetic bias that is the prism you see the world through.



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