The US has the worst human rights record in the world. What happened to Iraq? The US destroyed the whole country executed their leader and destabilized the entire region. Let's not forget the raping and killing of millions of civilians. That makes the US a terrorist state.
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The picture shows the Muslims are openly practicing their religion and wearing their traditional clothes. I can confirm that is still the case today as I was just there for two weeks while traveling to China for 3 months. Xinjiang also happens to be an autonomous region where the Uyghur language holds official status. Best to go see for yourself if you're really interested in the truth.
It's dangerous to go alone! Take Uncle Sam and the Netherlands: Duo join naval task force into China's backyard
The Chinese builds more war ships than the entire navy of the UK every year. Not even the US would dare send a carrier group to poke the dragon. China could simply dispatch a few fishing boats and a couple of their gargantuan coast guard cutters to block the Brits and then they'll be forced to turn around in humiliation.
Leaky Martin will be livin' la vida lockdown: Ex-NSA bod cops to taking home 'up to 50TB' of hush-hush dossiers
"“For such serious decisions like a ban, you need proof,” Arne Schoenbohm, told news weekly Spiegel, confirming that the BSI had no such evidence." This coming from Germany's BSI chief speaks volumes. Germany, is by far the most significant market in the EU. Unfortunately, you would never see this in any of the five eyes news media. Since there are no other alternatives to Huawei's technology as the next closest competitor is about 12 months away from catching the UK will not be banning Huawei as they're already in the advanced stages of completion. Canada may or may not how to US pressure is difficult to say after the trade war dispute, but other than a couple of countries banning them Huawei will still be installing $100s of billions worth of 5G networks around the world . Not having that technology will put every other country at a disadvantage.
When the middle class was beginning to grow rapidly in China just over 10 years ago, there was a shortage of iPhones. Back then they were more than happy to part with a $1000 or more each, but now there are so many choices, that they've just become more savvy. They consume one third of the value of all luxury items on the planet, so the cost is not the issue.