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Here's a good article on the sub-Nazi Uighur Emergency in China:

https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/11/the-uyghur-emergency/

China continues to be one of the most tyrannical nations on earth. It's also the greatest strategy threat to the West (far more so than Russia, which left-liberals have suddenly developed a complex about). There can be no intervention, but we should be aware of the nature of the regime and stop the business as usual attitude.

In Australia there has been an excessive amount of Chinese immigration, relative to other groups and to attempts to assimilate them fully. There is a residual loyalty of many even second generation Chinese migrants to not just traditional Chinese culture, but the CCP government. I have talked to such people, who have excused the regime in various ways. Australia is beginning to wake up to the China threat, although some, especially on the left, seem to want to avoid siding with the US strategically.
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Here's a good article on the sub-Nazi Uighur Emergency in China:

https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/11/the-uyghur-emergency/

China continues to be one of the most tyrannical nations on earth. It's also the greatest strategy threat to the West (far more so than Russia, which left-liberals have suddenly developed a complex about). There can be no intervention, but we should be aware of the nature of the regime and stop the business as usual attitude.

In Australia there has been an excessive amount of Chinese immigration, relative to other groups and to attempts to assimilate them fully. There is a residual loyalty of many even second generation Chinese migrants to not just traditional Chinese culture, but the CCP government. I have talked to such people, who have excused the regime in various ways. Australia is beginning to wake up to the China threat, although some, especially on the left, seem to want to avoid siding with the US strategically.

The crimes of the People's Republic of China against the Uyghurs are unacceptable. Uyghurstan (southern Xinjiang) deserves independence because of those crimes. Tibet also deserves independence, because it was an independent state from 1912 to 1951, and it was occupied by China in 1951.
But the People's Republic of China is no threat to the Western world, because the People's Republic of China doesn't desire world domination. In addition, I'm opposed to the existence of a Western bloc, because I'm a Eurasianist, who wants the EU to become an ally of Russia.
The People's Republic of China has de facto abandoned Communism. The Communist Party of China has embraced Confucianism and private enterprise. But the Communist Party of China sadly still upholds state atheism and tries to limit the growth of Christianity in China.
I'm opposed to forced assimilation of immigrants. Immigrants must be allowed to speak the language of their homeland and to practice the culture of their homeland. But I'm opposed to multiculturalism. Kurds in Germany must be allowed to speak Kurdish and to celebrate Newroz (the Kurdish New Year), but I'm opposed to Kurdish becoming an official language of Germany, and I'm opposed to Newroz becoming a public holiday of Germany (but Kurds in Germany must be allowed to take a day off from work on Newroz).

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China certainly wants to throw its weight around, and the West should make it clear China won't be allowed to gain excessive sway. China is a threat if not watched. It has tried to infiltrate Australian politics, for example. It is pioneering new methods of authoritarianism (e.g., mass surveillance and DNA gathering), which it shouldn't be allowed to spread. That doesn't mean interventionism or aggression, but just recognising it as a geopolitical opponent and keeping it in its place. That includes economically. We should seriously consider lessening our economic dealings with China.

Most Western countries will naturally look to each other as allies, given they have shared values and culture to a much greater degree than with the rest of the world. The idea Britain or France would look to Russia Putin's Russia over America, or Australia would look to China over America, is absurd.

I am not, of course, talking about forced assimilation. I meant only pressure to integrate. For a start, the expectation should be to integrate. Integrate doesn't have to mean losing all identity, but it means coming to identify with the history and important values of the nation, and, to a degree, some of the culture. Legally, I would simply have the state recognise this history and values and, to a degree, this culture and not those of immigrant groups (there should be no public holidays except traditional or state ones - if those of other cultures or faiths want to take days off, they should be annual leave or the like). The main issue with Chinese immigrants is a high proportion being sympathetic to the tyrannical CCP regime. One good way of encouraging integration is to keep immigrant numbers per year down. Another is to make sure you don't take too many immigrants from one country or ethnicity as a proportion of your intake (per year). Australia has done poorly on both scores.




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Here's a chilling report on Chinese government infiltration in Australia:

https://www.smh.com.au/national/peter-hartcher-on-china-s-infiltration-of-australia-20191118-p53bly.html

Note the relatively open attempt to harass journalists (and not even ones writing for the Chinese community or ethnically Chinese - the CCP considers all ethnic Chinese people as Chinese, and therefore people who should be loyal to China and its government) for writing things that displease Peking.
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China certainly wants to throw its weight around, and the West should make it clear China won't be allowed to gain excessive sway. China is a threat if not watched. It has tried to infiltrate Australian politics, for example. It is pioneering new methods of authoritarianism (e.g., mass surveillance and DNA gathering), which it shouldn't be allowed to spread. That doesn't mean interventionism or aggression, but just recognising it as a geopolitical opponent and keeping it in its place. That includes economically. We should seriously consider lessening our economic dealings with China.

Most Western countries will naturally look to each other as allies, given they have shared values and culture to a much greater degree than with the rest of the world. The idea Britain or France would look to Russia Putin's Russia over America, or Australia would look to China over America, is absurd.

I am not, of course, talking about forced assimilation. I meant only pressure to integrate. For a start, the expectation should be to integrate. Integrate doesn't have to mean losing all identity, but it means coming to identify with the history and important values of the nation, and, to a degree, some of the culture. Legally, I would simply have the state recognise this history and values and, to a degree, this culture and not those of immigrant groups (there should be no public holidays except traditional or state ones - if those of other cultures or faiths want to take days off, they should be annual leave or the like). The main issue with Chinese immigrants is a high proportion being sympathetic to the tyrannical CCP regime. One good way of encouraging integration is to keep immigrant numbers per year down. Another is to make sure you don't take too many immigrants from one country or ethnicity as a proportion of your intake (per year). Australia has done poorly on both scores.





I'm strongly opposed to Atlanticism. The EU ought to cut ties to the Anglosphere and the EU ought to establish friendly relations with Russia. Marine Le Pen wants France to be an ally of Russia and the AfD and parts of SPD wants Germany to establish friendly relations with Russia. Germany and France supported readmitting Russia to the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe, while Britain opposed readmitting Russia to the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe. 
I'm a Kurd, who lives in Germany and is descended from German nobility. I identify as a Kurd, but I also identify as a German. I'm a Nestorian Christian, not a Muslim. I'm opposed to the state being neutral in cultural matters. I want the Federal Republic of Germany to uphold a German Leitkultur (guiding culture), while tolerating the immigrants speaking their own languages and practicing their own culture. I support preventing economic migrants from settling in Germany.
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What would France and Germany gain by moving closer to Putin's authoritarian kleptocracy than the fellow Western, liberal democracy of the US? Yes, the US and NATO were foolish in antagonising Russia in its own backyard, but that's no reason to become it's allies.
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What would France and Germany gain by moving closer to Putin's authoritarian kleptocracy than the fellow Western, liberal democracy of the US? Yes, the US and NATO were foolish in antagonising Russia in its own backyard, but that's no reason to become it's allies.

NATO is obsolete, because Russia is no longer ruled by a Communist regime. It's true, that an outright alliance between the EU and Russia is unlikely to be established, but widespread support for friendly relations with Russia actually exists in Germany, and Le Pen is pro-Russian. Le Pen will likely defeat Macron in the 2022 presidential election in France. Britain is far more anti-Russian than Germany and France. Britain opposing readmitting Russia to the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe is wrong. The EU wants to become less dependent on USA. The EU will be better off without Britain, because Britain is an Atlanticist Trojan horse, which obstructs further European military integration.
Are you opposed to immigrants having a dual national identity?
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There's a clear difference from not thinking Russia is a mortal enemy and thinking it should be an ally. The EU is still very likely to see the US as a closer ally than Russia, and for good reason, even if the EU starts to forge its own foreign policy.

A dual national identity is vague. I think that if you make a home in a new country as a citizen, or you are born and live in a country as a citizen, that's where your first loyalty should be, and you should integrate properly. Certainly you shouldn't be spying for your old or ancestral nation or working on its behalf against the clear interest, values, or institutions of your new country.
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There's a clear difference from not thinking Russia is a mortal enemy and thinking it should be an ally. The EU is still very likely to see the US as a closer ally than Russia, and for good reason, even if the EU starts to forge its own foreign policy.

A dual national identity is vague. I think that if you make a home in a new country as a citizen, or you are born and live in a country as a citizen, that's where your first loyalty should be, and you should integrate properly. Certainly you shouldn't be spying for your old or ancestral nation or working on its behalf against the clear interest, values, or institutions of your new country.

I identify as a Kurd, but I also identify as a German. I want the Federal Republic of Germany to uphold a German Leitkultur (guiding culture) and I support banning economic migrants from settling in Germany.
I'm loyal to the Federal Republic of Germany, as long as Germany doesn't try to prevent Kurdistan from seceding from Iraq. If Germany joins a Kurdish War of Independence on the side of Iraq, Turkey or Iran, I won't be loyal to Germany.
Le Pen actually wants France to become an ally of Russia. I want the EU to be neutral in a war between USA and Russia. I dislike the Russophobia of the US Congress and the British government. Fortunately, the German and French governments are more friendly to Russia than the US Congress and the British government are.
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Please try not to repeat yourself so much. Also, not everything is about your own personal circumstances. Let's see if we can have a whole thread without talking about Ed Davis's province.

No one is talking about a war between the US and Russia.
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Please try not to repeat yourself so much. Also, not everything is about your own personal circumstances. Let's see if we can have a whole thread without talking about Ed Davis's province.

No one is talking about a war between the US and Russia.

Are you opposed to allowing dual citizenship? Germany allows dual citizenship, and Russia allows dual citizenship, despite Putin being a Russian nationalist.
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It would be rather hypocritical is I was.
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I want Britain to leave the EU on January 31 2020, because I want the EU to pursue friendly relations with Russia and further European military integration. In addition, the EU ought to establish common external border controls in order to prevent illegal immigration from Africa and the Middle East to the EU. Real refugees ought to be allowed to settle in the EU, but economic migrants from Africa and the Middle East must be prevented from settling in the EU.
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I want a thread without repetitive, off-topic litanies.
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China is committing what amounts to cultural genocide of the Uyghurs, Tibetans, Mongolians and other ethnic minorities within its borders.

But above all else, the CCP destroyed traditional Chinese culture in any case. Religion is fiercely persecuted, and Falun Gong is especially targeted because it was successful in bringing its traditionalist message to the Chinese people through qigong.
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