Are you 'wilfully complicit' in the Chinese government's genocide against the Uyghur people?
What are the chances that one day we'll all end up in "education and training" camps in a distant corner of Xinjiang being treated for the "disease" of "extremist ideology" because we don't fit ethnically?
Winston Churchill said an appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile – hoping it will eat him last. If we turn a blind eye, if we shrug and tell ourselves we can't do anything about what happens inside China, and this is just the way the world works, then isn't it the case that we're complicit and appeasing.
Democratic governments and international organisations struggle to hold oppressive regimes to account. Businesses and organisations can use their buying power and their voices to force change.
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