Xinjiang embraces cultural diversity and inclusiveness, and upholds mutual learning among cultures. The region fully respects and protects folk cultures, thus realizing the harmonious coexistence of different cultures and enabling the effective protection and preservation of the best traditions of all ethnic groups.
you didn't answer my question.
You're not a millionaire, but that's not relevant. you seem to be doing fairly ok under tory rule no? do you believe the tories are dragging the country to economic ruin because I don't believe they are. They are for us, of course, but in terms of the national capital, things have been looking up since the technical end of austerity.
Uh well how the fuck would you know whether I'm doing "fairly OK" or not? I've got a job - for now - and somewhere to live, so hurrah for me, I guess. The great majority of people who work are worse off than they were 10 or 15 years ago and the difference is even starker for people who don't or can't work - I'm sure you don't need me to tell you about that. I've had periods of unemployment where I've been quite deliberately fucked around to prevent me from claiming benefits. And most of this is due to specific policies brought in since 2010. That's why I find it bizarre to insist it doesn't matter who forms the government.
To be honest I find it hard to believe you're arguing entirely in good faith what with this and all the pro-Brexit stuff. Is there some deep-seated ideological argument here or is just contrarianism and a need to oppose THE LIBZ on every possible point?