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Q: Malayasia's election was a message to a neighbor?

3 years 28 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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60+% of Malaysians, the Muslims, probably aren't too thrilled of being forced to eat pork and listen to "enlightening message" when they speak their mind.

 

The rest, who eat pork, would probably rather listen to anything than certain "enlightening message" and checking into some mental asylum. This is probably one of their messages.

 

Analyst: China Forcing Muslims to Eat Pork at ‘Mind Transformation Centers’http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/04/13/analyst-beijing-forcing-chinese-muslims-eat-pork/

 

In Xinjiang province, communist party officials are “mandated to force themselves and stay in every household of Uighur families from two to five days every month” to monitor their activity and ensure they are loyal to the government, Fu noted. China is sending Uighurs suspected of Islamic extremism and political dissent to “mind transformations centers,” Fu said. “Many” of the Uighurs sent to the centers are “forced to even eat pork,” the China Aid president proclaimed, further adding that in the camp prisoners “are mandated to wear specially designed earphones and [listen] to 24 hours of propaganda from the communist party.” 

 

“Many went into insanity,” Fu also said. “It’s happening right now.”

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