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Xinjiang Terror

Nowhere in the world and in history has technology ever been used to create such a perfect totalitarian system of surveillance and repression.

An Orwellian surveillance that surpasses even the evils of North Korea and the Khmer Rouge’s Cambodia has created an open prison that makes life on the outside on a par with life inside one of the hundreds of extra legal internment facilities that pepper the deserts and villages of Xinjiang.

According to Geoffrey Cain, author of The Perfect Police State, who gave evidence at the second series of hearings of the Uyghur Tribunal in London, China’s access to an arsenal of intrusive novel technologies has enabled the state to monitor the minutiae of everyday life of each one of its citizens.

Read more at “Xinjiang: A Terror Such as the World Has Never Seen”

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