Karimov's Uzbek slavery

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    This is unbelievable, but in Uzbekistan doctors, teachers and students are forced to collect cotton and they couldn't come back until they finish it! It was reported that some patients already died because they couldn't receive professional medical aid, lessons in schools were cancelled because there are no teachers and institutions of higher education are also empty because Karimov turned the whole country into his personal slavery and ordered to collect cotton. Everyone who rejects is blacklisted and in Uzbekistan they have no future... And civilized democratic world must act to stop Karimov's relentless savagery and oppression of poor people! We have to help the people of Uzbekistan to recover their constitutional rights and freedoms that Karimov took away from them!
     
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    Correct me if I am wrong, but Uzbekistan became what you described precisely thanks to "civilised democratic world" destroying the Soviet Union of which Uzbekistan was part of, and turning it into a slave country!

    Don't you think that appealing to the very architects of the current disaster to stop the very system they encouraged is kind of naive?
     
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