ThirdTerm wrote:A Chinese whistleblower exposed the brutal tactics used by police and guards at re-education centres in Xinjiang. I cannot condemn what China has done to the Muslim community entirely as a 7/7 survivor. I was in London on the very day of the 2005 London bombings and stayed in the country throughout the summer afterwards. Muslims in general are die-hard conservatives who could be easily radicalized to commit terrorist acts. Their thoughts need to be controlled and deradicalized.
This is why the Uyghur narrative lacks so much credibility.
Jiang claims to have been a Chinese police officer in 2018. When Chinese police officers retire, they are required by law to give up their uniform and other identifying equipment. This is to reduce potential for corruption. Jiang is pictured here in the uniform of a Chinese police man.
Conclusion 1) Either he kept his own uniform, in violation of the law, and is corrupt - or he was dressed up in a replica uniform to help sell the narrative.
Second, Jiang has appeared in the news before.
His testimony to the China Tribunal contradicts his testimony to CNN, and it contradicts his words in Sky News. Why? When is he lying?
Conclusion 2) Why should we consider him, or other witnesses, reliable, when they consistently get caught changing their stories?
Now that the camps are closed and these people have been released and are free in the country side, it should be eas[ier] to get hundreds and hundreds of corroborating accounts by these individuals. Will we see them?