Darren Byler’s “In The Camps” shines a piercing light into the darkness of Xinjiang’s dystopian Surveillance State. If you want a deeper understanding why two US Administrations and the UK House of Commons have declared the Uyghurs to be victims of a CCP Genocide then this is the book to read.

Oct 14, 2021 | Uncategorized

The central objective of In The Camps: Life in China’s High Tech Penal Colony, is to shine a piercing light into the darkness of Xinjiang’s Surveillance State. Darren Byler achieves his objective. Drawing on two years of careful analysis of verified government texts, tech industry documents, and leaked internal Chinese police reports, this important book takes us directly into the dystopian world of Uyghur dispossession, infrastructural power, and ‘terror capitalism’. If you want a deeper understanding why two US Administrations and the UK House of Commons have declared the Uyghurs to be victims of a CCP Genocide then this is the book to read.

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