My case is not related to the moral compass of the Chinese people, their government, or any segment of China, and frankly I think my argument is being taken way out of context, even though I explained the reason for using China - population size.Kindly have some sympathy for the Moderators; especially those like me who have been subject to racist attacks in other discussion threads, for my ethnic origin, by certain former members (from 2 countries in particular) who have been banned. Thankfully, we have had members who have spoken up for me and have encouraged me to keep posting.
Please don’t do that and find a way to co-exist with instead of driving people, like me, away, who take the trouble to provide a balanced perspective.
If I used Russia as an example, I probably would make an example based on wrong statistics.
The final point is the number of Nazis in a country relative to its population, does not necessarily reflect the extent of extremist opinions in said country, in an accurate manner. There are many other forms of extremist ideologies. And I'm sure even in the most progressive countries, you can find people who would be willing to wave the Nazi flag.
Ukraine is plagued by Nazi movements, but their share of the total population has been greatly exaggerated by Russian media (and was entirely ignored prior to the conflict).
Their impact is visually amplified by the more militant nature of neo-Nazis, and therefore their participation in the conflict.
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