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Debunking Western propaganda against China - Concentration camps for Uighurs [VIDEO 1]

VIDEO 1 - Inside China's 'thought transformation' camps | BBC | UK


Because this video has already been debunked by Sun Feiyang, instead of writing an article, I invite you to read his article: Breaking down the BBC’s visit to Hotan, Xinjiang.


Still, I dare to analyze just the very first 10 seconds of BBC's video, in order to debunk a simplistic fallacy often used by Western Lying Media to insinuate supposed admissions of allegedly evil doings by bad regimes (Assad and the made-up chemical attacks, Saddam Hussein and the made-up WMD, etc.). 



00:00-00:10 "China used to deny these places exist, but now we are being given a tour," said the journalist working for BBC.

When Western MSM decide to purposely disinform the audiences (they do it all the time) while pretending to inform them, the tactic goes more or less as follows:

  • A exists. China admits A exists. China showed A to prove it exists. 
  • BBC says B exists.
  • China argues that B does not exist.
  • China shows more evidence of A, reassuring its position. 
  • China invites BBC to film A.
  • BBC films it but calls it B.
  • BBC says: "See, China used to deny it (B), but now that we proved it exists (thanks to our courageous journalists), China contradicts itself and finally admits it (A) exists. 

No, BBC did not prove B exists. No, China, didn't change position nor admitted whatsoever. China keeps talking about A and showing more of A. BBC keeps talking about B while showing footage of A, dishonestly referring to both A and B as it, confounding terms and concepts so that it becomes difficult for their audience to distinguish Chinese reality from Orwellian fantasy. 

Of course, by A I meant "vocational centers", and by B I meant "camps", "concentration camps" and all the other terms chosen by Western media to insinuate a nonexisting reality in China.  If you check more videos and reports from the BBC on this issue, you will easily notice the pattern.

But if you don't, just think about the rationale behind the Chinese government's alleged misconduct. First, why would the Chinese government persecute, arrest and make disappear a given minority? Second, why would the Chinese government capriciously persecute Uighurs, then deny it, then invite BBC to expose its own crimes and then finally admit its own crimes? Aren't we told that China is ruled by an almighty dystopian vicious red monster? So how did BBC manage to enter China and film vocational centers from the inside? By pointing a figurative gun to China's figurative head? 


Luís Garcia, Thailand







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