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Senate Passes Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act

Senate Passes Uyghur Human Rights Coverage Act

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  1. I don’t believe it – the Senate actually passed something that makes sense?

    It’s a good start. They need to add India and its new concentration camps for Muslims as well as those of Burma/Myanmar for the Muslim Rohingyas.

  2. The world must put sanctions on China.

    I fully support this U.S effort to provide protection to Uyghurs, and I condemn the abhorrent human right abuses and concentration camps fabricated by chinese to imprison and murder uighur people.

  3. This is peak congressional virtue signalling:

    >A report by the Director of National Intelligence, in coordination with the State Department, regarding the regional security threat posed by the crackdown and the frequency with which Central Asian countries are forcibly returning Turkic Muslim refugees and asylum seekers. The report will also include a list of Chinese companies involved in the construction and operation of the camps.

    >An FBI report on efforts to provide information to and protect U.S. citizens and LPRs (including Uyghurs) from Chinese government harassment and intimidation on American soil.

    >The establishment of a new “double-hatted” position at the State Department (Special Coordinator for Xinjiang) while the crisis persists.

    >A report by the CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media regarding efforts to intimidate Radio Free Asia (RFA) employees, the status and reach of U.S. broadcasting to Xinjiang, and analysis of disinformation propaganda by the PRC targeting Uyghur communities globally.

    >A report by the Director of National Intelligence, in coordination with the State Department, regarding the regional security threat posed by the crackdown on Uyghurs and the transfer and development of technology facilitating surveillance and mass internment. The report will also include a list of Chinese companies involved in the construction and operation of the camps.

    Shuffle around a bunch of natsec bureaucrats, make some three letter agencies write some reports, and call it mischief managed. Redditors who think this is in any way sanction China are going to be disappointed.

  4. It’s the least we can do after we threw 22 of them into detention, at Guantanamo Bay, at the request of China, and held them there for 12 years, without bringing any charges against them, before finally releasing them to Slovakia.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2019/03/us-uighurs-guantanamo-china-terror/584107/

  5. Does this mean the world also supports sanctions on the US for torture of Muslims and also for killing civilians through a war based on lies?

    Or is this just a hypocritical thing where we act holier than others?

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