by Lance D Johnson, The Common Sense Show:
The Chinese Communist Party in Xinjiang is a ruthless thought-control police state that arrests, imprisons, abuses, and forcibly medicates religious and political dissidents. Agents of the Chinese government are “cleansing” Xinjiang of “extremist” beliefs. Police arrest Christians, Muslims, and other minorities that threaten the communist order. The Uyghur and Kazakh ethnic groups are targeted the most and the abuse of Christians is growing. The innocent are taken to “training camps” so they can be forcibly medicated until they denounce their previous beliefs and commit their loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party.
These inhumane places are called “political training centers” or “reformation centers.” The Chinese government has a quota to fill. Police must aggressively target and arrest innocent people to satiate the demands of the communist state. The police are instructed to arrest people based on their appearance, whether they are in contact with anyone in neighboring Kazakhstan, or if they are suspected to be involved in religious activities. Sometimes visitors from Kazakhstan are arrested and separated from their families.
Once in the “reformation center” inmates are not allowed to contact their families. Propaganda is routinely used to brainwash the inmates, to strip them of their religious beliefs and cultural heritage. Now the Chinese government is injecting the inmates with unknown substances. The China Aid Association, a Texas-based organization that reports on the abuses of Christians in China, reports that innocent inmates are suffering from memory loss and reproductive health issues because they are being forcibly medicated with unknown substances.
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Parallels of forced medication and thought control in the U.S.
This kind of medical force, used to achieve compliance, is used routinely in the USA. What is the difference between a communist police force in China forcing drugs on minorities and the Child Protective Services (CPS) kidnapping a child because the parents refused to comply with medication orders? In America, children can be forcibly taken from their families if the parents refuse vaccinations or a Ritalin prescription. The child is then forcibly medicated against the parent’s consent. The family is broken apart, similar to the separation that occurs in China’s “reformation centers.” Under SB277 in California, parents looking to enroll their child in a public school must submit their child to the vaccinations deemed necessary by the Pharma controlled government. (Check out MedicalKidnap.com for horror stories related to this topic.)
When it comes to public schools, kids are routinely labeled with ADHD and prescribed drugs to force their minds to focus. This practice forces an education experience by abusing a child’s natural development. The child, medicated into compliance, is robbed of his ability to think, interact, and move.
There are other horrifying parallels occurring in the U.S. that look similar to the thought control police state in China. In 2012, former Marine Brandon Raub was arrested and committed to a psyche ward for writing critically about the events of 9-11 on Facebook. Authorities decided Raub was a threat after receiving complaints about his Facebook posts. Even though Raub owned no firearms and showed no signs of violence, he was arrested against his will for having a different viewpoint about history and the government. In 2003, The U.S. Supreme Court erroneously ruled that the U.S. government, under circumstances, can forcibly administer mind-altering drugs to render criminal defendants competent to stand trial. This ruling gives the government the power to forcibly medicate the incarcerated, if officials can conjure a reason for it.