2020-09-04: Dear Sir,
I thought this was a visualization of the massacre of a Chinese (white) to a black (Xinjiang Uighur)!
White police officers are "villainous people" who shoot "humans who do not "possess" a gun" from behind!
President Trump should "declare" to "punish severely" "white police officers." In China, abuse of black people (Xinjiang Uighur) is done every day. Blacks (Xinjiang Uighur) are not Chinese (white) slaves. If you keep silent, you become an accomplice.
Part 1. After a black man was shot by a police officer several times from behind
in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin, he was in a serious condition.
Even on the 24th, when the "nighttime curfew" was issued "onsite",
protest demonstrations were held and tensions are increasing.
In the United States, in May this year,
a black man was pressed down by a white police officer and died,
and the number of protests against racism increased,
and the protest demonstration against the shooting was spreading all over the place. ,
I am worried about further confusion.
China and our accomplices are promoting Uighur eradication plans.
The US government accuses "Uighur oppression" as genocide.
This is not just a symbolic act.
Other countries also joined the protest,
Consumers will also cooperate with the boycott of 80 international-branded products,
such as those made by "forced labor of Uighurs."
which are unfairly profiting by forcing Uyghurs to modern-day slave labor at Chinese factories,
will be forced to rethink their supply chains if they protest.
There should be strong pressure on companies to refrain
from engaging in genocide and making profits and to make ethical procurement.
In today's world, where people
from all over the world are closely linked both economically and socially,
as long as you know that genocide is taking place and you do not know it,
you cannot be a mere bystander.
I will write tomorrow too.
The amendment to the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states
that "I am not guilty" for the reason. Reason: Revise from "not punishable" to "can be punished".
It's a false accusation. Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet made an apology. See the indictment below. (Japanese)
Part 2. See below for the following.
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