This week the CCP’s Wang Yi and the Taliban’s Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar were comparing notes on the treatment of women and human rights. In this meeting of minds, it’s quite remarkable how much the CCP and the Taliban found they have in common.

Jul 31, 2021 | Uncategorized

This week the CCP’s Wang Yi and the Taliban’s Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar were comparing notes on the treatment of women and human rights. In this meeting of minds, it’s quite remarkable how much the CCP and the Taliban found they have in common.

This week Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met a Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar

Following the meeting the CCP said that their Taliban friends had pledged to “protect human rights, especially rights of women and children.”

We all know what this means in practice and no doubt, as they compared notes on how to treat women and uphold human rights, there was a meeting of minds.

Perhaps the CCP will adopt the Taliban’s use of stoning to kill non compliant women while the Taliban could utilise the CCP’s forcible sterilization, coercive abortion and rape of Uyghur women for their own purposes.

Doubtless they will have given eachother tips on how to “re-educate” and force feed propaganda to children, radicalising and weaponising them against their parents and their communities.

Notwithstanding the CCPs declared hatred of “religion” and the Taliban’s declared hatred of “Godless atheism “ it’s really quite remarkable how much the CCP and the Taliban have in common.

Lord David Alton

For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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