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emblem21

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Where are all the human rights watchers at that complain and accused China of sterilizing Uighur women in Xinjiang?

The physician accused of performing unwanted hysterectomies in an ICE detention center is not a board certified OB-GYN
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The more that these USA bastards continue their double standard like this without shame, the more I pray for God to deliver some serious justice on those bastards. I pray the when the time comes, that these hysterectomies are carried on on the entirety of the republican/democratic leadership since they always try to paint themselves as the heroes when they are the real villains' here
 

Dolcevita

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Where are all the human rights watchers at that complain and accused China of sterilizing Uighur women in Xinjiang?

The physician accused of performing unwanted hysterectomies in an ICE detention center is not a board certified OB-GYN
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This is the modus operandi of the US administration. They like to accuse somebody else of violations that they themselves commit to deflect attention.

Same modus operandi being used on Suriname and Guyana. Pompeo is accusing China of underhanded deceit after a string of oil discoveries off the coast of Suriname. This is a sure sign that Pompeo wants the US to take advantage of the discovery on behalf of ExxonMobil. ExxonMobil wants half the revenue generated from these newly discovered oil, which is hardly the norm anymore. ExxonMobil should just receive a service fee to develop the oil fields as is general practice nowadays.

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"ExxonMobil threw a sudden spotlight in 2015 when it announced that it had found one of the world's largest oil reserves in years in the waters off Guyana.

Ali's government is reviewing the arrangement with ExxonMobil, which will provide about half of the revenue to Guyana - a deal that some development activists call too paltry."
 

Gatekeeper

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I see this differently. Abe was pretty keen on visiting the shrine early in his career, but he hasn't done so in recent years.

This shows that he wants to visit the shrine but doesn't in order to not upset relations with China.

This is good as it shows the Japanese politicians, or Abe at least, want to maintain good relations with China.

As a private citizen, what Abe does is his business.
I don't have an issue with this. I agree with you that it showed that Abe is being political and put it's country's interest above that of his personal interest. I also agree what he dies as a private citizen is his business.

But I think you've missed my point. My point was that Japan and ALL of it's citizens holds the same view as Abe. And that is Japan has not committed any wrong doing in WW2.

Which is why they continue to visit yasakuni shrines to honour their war dead, including the ones that we, the international community have found guilty of war crime.

And this view is what's stopping bygones be bygones and start a new relationship with China and Korea, and to a less degree with other SE Asian countries. This is where I think Japan can never be a 'normal' country as Abe had hoped.
 

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