Germany will change its China policy with higher priority for human rights, says Robert Habeck, Germany's Economy Minister, after the latest reports on the #XinjiangPoliceFiles Habeck is from the Greens - he will have to get this past Scholz/SPD reuters.com/world/germany-ch…

May 24, 2022 · 10:43 PM UTC

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The WEF is seriously bad news for global freedom by the way.
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need to stop at all cost the so called Social Scoring System. It was just possible to make this large-scale crime to Blockchains and Social media abuse to hunt down the uigurs and more. Each citizen don't follow the rules and fails the social credit system gets in jail to !
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China is abusing the Crypto currency to make money for that. The mining farms and exchanges are being used for most of it and Larg scale nft scams on the ETH blockchains. One eth founder is now in prison becouse he advertised it to Kira as money war tool. Stop Crypto & #Ethereum
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Volkswagen is Producing a Large Production line from Volkswagen in that region. U just need to Google Volkswagen Xinjiang. Volkswagen needs to close the Factory In the Region. Otherwise it's clear that Volkswagen knows it and is fine with it. Volkswagen needs to exit China!
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And Tesla's investments in China? Other US companies? Taiwan companies?
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Is changing policy a little, just enough to allow breathing room for human rights, a revolutionary thought for modern Germans? I suspect many Germans, post WW2, are desensitized and will adjust only when they see stacks of bodies.
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Not even then ...they appear to enjoy watching the atrocities...they even have word for this kind of enjoyment " schadenfreude"
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I am sure Scholz will .....nothing
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