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Interestingly, most of the interviewees were not Uyghurs, but Kazakhs. This could explain why they couldn't use "Uyghur genocide" in their title, because the evidence was so thin. The interviewee's details were not disclosed, so it's impossible to determine their reliability. https://t.co/DIH8qQhXtL
Amnesty admits on Page 13 that their report is not a proper investigation, but a documentation of unproved allegations. Indeed, the report only includes rehashes of past articles and quotes from anonymous interviewees, without giving concrete statistics to support their claims. https://t.co/laACx1dK8T
Dear @RepCawthorn: Many Vietnamese and Americans tragically lost their lives in the Vietnam war. Also, the US Marines and Army won every major battle in Vietnam. You should learn history, and stop diminishing the sacrifice of our Vietnam Veterans and those who never came back. https://t.co/nTc3LYbnbb
Just amazing. It's now prohibited in Democratic politics -- dishonoring The Troops, even a form of treason -- to point out the indisputable fact that the Viet Cong, despite being wildly underfunded and under-armed compared to the mighty US military, managed to resist them: https://t.co/PXVf1bAw30
I hope for all those poor souls believing Winnie the Pooh is banned in China: Let this be the beginning of your realisation that western media just lie through their teeth Precisely because their readers blindly believe Exhibits: Taobao Baidu Douban Weibo https://t.co/0yotsp5qjf https://t.co/13VEXSXDlK
The Uyghur population has increased 16% in the last ten years, according to the most recent census data. Data from non-census years is less accurate, just like in other countries. But do tell me more about this magical genocide with no body count, no refugees, yet 8% Econ growth