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Flat White

Xinjiang: the road to terror

5 May 2021

4:00 AM

5 May 2021

4:00 AM

Xinjiang is where Communism sits naked, spread over the deserts and mountains, exposing its vicious desire to exploit people in service of the State. 

The West knows it as the home of China’s ethnic concentration camps, but if we are allowed to print books in the next hundred years, Xinjiang will be remembered as the pivotal piece in China’s war against democracy.

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