>>381075>they didn't allow me to indoctrinate my children
That's an almost fair point but China is an authoritarian single-party state that does a good bit of indoctrination itself.
If we were talking a representative Republic and the government was forcing parents to let their kids go to secular schools that would be another matter.>they shut down my mosque that was preaching terrorism
How much actual terrorism comes from Xinjiang? Almost nothing, certainly nothing of any strategic significance.>why won't they allow us to create East Turkestan on Chinese territory
This is at least a complicated matter. Sure you don't want to support atomization of nations at a whim, but these people are indigenous to the province so asking for a measure of self-sovereignty is reasonabl>we should be allowed to expel everyone but Uyghurs from Xinjiang
Again, I don't recall any such request, if it were to turn into another Islamistan where everyone is forced to live under a different authoriarian regime you might have a bit of a point but not all central asian muslim countries follow that trajectory.