THE TIMES AND XINJIANG GOOD MORNING FROM LONDON #206 2 MAY 2021 Yesterday — 1 May 2021 — the Times of London published a long article headed My Escape From A Chinese Internment Camp. It repeated many previous allegations against China. It is either true or untrue. If true, China is condemned as a barbaric state. If untrue, China is being wrongly attacked by its enemies. Three points;- First, if true why did not one of the 140m Chinese who travelled abroad in 2019 seek asylum in many of the many countries they visited. Second, if true how come foreign travellers + foreign residents in China travel to Xinjiang frequently without restriction + never encounter any race hate. Third, if true how come no foreign politician, diplomat or tourist has ever reported any race hate in China against the Uighurs? The allegations are not true. They are made in a desperate attempt to damn China in the eyes of world opinion. China’s rise has to be stopped — say its critics — so “label them as race haters on a par with the Nazis” Tomorrow — Kissinger’s Comments on Dangers of War Hastags! #biden #cbbc #cccuk #jacques #ladykennedy #lordoneil #nandy #nivern #politics #race #sacu #starmer #xijinping #yangjiechi, #biden #cbbc #cccuk #DailyComments #nandy #sacu #starmer #worldpolitics #xijinping Visit My Blog https://grahamperryonchina.com/

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My understanding of China is dethatched, objective and informed unlike most other commentators who political prejudices invade their writings.

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Graham Perry

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My understanding of China is dethatched, objective and informed unlike most other commentators who political prejudices invade their writings.

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