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zamorin
post Sep 28 2019, 10:44 AM

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QUOTE(ramz @ Sep 27 2019, 08:00 PM)
It's culture genocide. China is doing this to that region because there is a threat of the region being autonomous to the Uighurs. The xinxiang region is where the ambitious silk road will pass through. China is doing this as they predict this region will give problems to its ambition.

But Human rights is being abused here. It's not right.
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Same thing is happening in Kashmir now after the revocation of Article 370 by the Indian government. 9 million Kashmiri Muslims under curfew and countless human rights violation with 900,000 troops to enforce it. They call it the "worlds's largest democracy".

Still, China or India are no match compared to the champion of human rights violation, torture and mass murder - U.S.A.

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post Sep 29 2019, 12:35 AM

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QUOTE(70U63 @ Sep 28 2019, 12:06 PM)
Sorry, it should be biased against.
In term of the number of the people, I seriously don't trust the number given by the western press as they don't show any evidence (unless they got the internal info). Same thing applied to the 2 mil protesters in HK. And yes we know bigger number can use to support the movement.
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That's like saying only 50,000 people attended the Berish Rally. Where is your evidence that it was less to refute it? Not that I trust western press.

Wasn't the Hong Kong demonstration big enough to determine their stance?

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post Sep 29 2019, 06:03 PM

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QUOTE(70U63 @ Sep 29 2019, 07:11 AM)
Rueters already used technology to prove that there was no 2mil protesters on the street. It doesn't matter whether 50k or 2mil, when you have populism under pretext of democracy, u habis.
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Since when did populism become a pretext to democracy?

So what is the figure (according to you) that matters that their concerns are genuine? and it is genuine.

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a political approach that strives to appeal to ordinary people who feel that their concerns are disregarded by established elite groups.

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post Oct 9 2019, 09:38 PM

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QUOTE(tictac88 @ Oct 9 2019, 07:21 PM)
we can voice out our concerns with human rights issue. but among those who are currently actively campaigning against china now, some of them do not really have human rights as their core concerns. their true aim is actually much worse. they want to destablize a currently otherwise peaceful region. and if this is successful, such human rights issue will pale in comparison to the true terror that is going to happen when the region is in true chaos. just look at syria.
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I have issues about foreign power trying to destabilize China but that shouldn't take into account the genuine repression of Chinese government against their minorities, like you seem to dismiss so readily.
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QUOTE(tictac88 @ Oct 9 2019, 07:21 PM)
we can voice out our concerns with human rights issue. but among those who are currently actively campaigning against china now, some of them do not really have human rights as their core concerns. their true aim is actually much worse. they want to destablize a currently otherwise peaceful region. and if this is successful, such human rights issue will pale in comparison to the true terror that is going to happen when the region is in true chaos. just look at syria.
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I have issues about foreign power trying to destabilize China but that shouldn't take into account the genuine repression of Chinese government against their minorities, like you seem to dismiss so readily.

Just because NATO, U.S and its allies commit crimes in Syria and other places shouldn't be used as an excuse for China or any other countries to do the same.

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post Oct 21 2019, 03:20 PM

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QUOTE(alhelmy @ Oct 21 2019, 02:41 PM)
It's birthrights. No different than the birthrights of the first born (eg. birthrights in Jacob vs Esau, etc), or a manager's entitlement to a company car, etc, an expatriate's entitlement of housing allowance, etc. This is how a capitalist society works, if you want fairness in all, then go live in a socialist society.
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You are one confused person. You don't even know the difference between capitalism and socialism and you think Malaysia is purely a capitalist country with no socialist components. You don't even seem to understand that the "tongkat" that you so much crave for is a socialist component.

The root cause of racism is ignorance. You are the best proof of that.

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post Oct 23 2019, 01:50 PM

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QUOTE(Spear2 @ Oct 22 2019, 06:08 PM)
So how is it relevant then to your claim since it was decades ago? You cannot even produce any real evidence, a report/article, clipping from newspaper etc ... and you seem to rely entirely on hearsay, 30 years ago an incident or two and it became as you claimed,

"Also in malaysia racism was really bad. One particularly note of alumni was that chinese schools would not have regular classes and not allow the malays to attend many classes where they would have to sit outside. So in malaysia truthfully its not the minority thats being oppressed, its the majority. "

That is slandering and spreading lies. That is not good.
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Other than the fact that there is no such school called SK© Tanah Putih. There is SK Tanah Putih and SK© Chung Ching in Tanah Putih.

QUOTE(puchongite @ Oct 22 2019, 09:48 AM)
Do you have any credibility at all in whatever you say ?

You are same league as this one :-
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You are providing him with role models to look up to now. biggrin.gif

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