This topic has been discussed very often and very repetitively, which eventually makes a story off topic for HN, at least until significant new information emerges.
That is not to say that it isn't important; quite the contrary.
"In July 2019, 22 countries including U.K., Germany, France, Spain, Canada, Japan and Australia signed a joint letter to the UN Human Rights Council urging China to close the camps in Xinjiang. In reaction to this, 37 countries including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar, UAE, Sudan, Angola, Algeria, Nigeria, DRC, North Korea, Russia, Venezuela, Philippines, Myanmar, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Palestine have signed a joint letter to the UNHRC praising China's "remarkable achievements in Xinjiang."
 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xinjiang_re-education_camps#Re...
It goes to show how much you can accomplish foreign policy wise by being completely intolerant of any criticism (assuming you are armed with a sufficiently large stick and a people unified enough to wield it consistently).
> “Many, many governments are looking the other way and self-censoring on the issue of Xinjiang,” said Daniel R. Russel, the Obama administration’s assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs. “Beijing is notoriously prickly about its self-declared ‘core interests,’ and few countries are willing to put the economic benefits of good relations with China at risk — let alone find themselves on the receiving end of Chinese retaliation.”
> When countries do criticize China, they tend to do so in a group, seemingly as a way to diffuse and lessen possible retribution.
So, let's agree that reeducation camps are terrible and inhumane, what is a good solution?
That would imply he's taking that position because he's being paid, which is most likely false. It's far more likely for a particular posting of propaganda, disinformation, or whataboutism to be made by a useful idiot  who's been duped than by an actual, self-conscious influence agent.
The thing to remember is that HN is not trying to be all kinds of website, just one very specific kind: a place for intellectual curiosity. Curiosity is not compatible with flamewars and battles about high-stakes things. Indeed it is the first emotion to disappear when those get going.
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