The first of my two comments on the article Taiwan academics told to identify as Chinese in journal by Charlie Parker in The Times, 10 October 2020. Polish version: Sowietyzacja Europy.
“Its position has prompted outrage from leading academics in Britain, who have demanded that Springer Nature stop partnering with journals that operate under rules set by authoritarian regimes.”
When my wife and I sent alarming letters to the European Commission and European Parliament about methods of eliminating us from our jobs and killing us as social beings, there were no protests.
Polish authorities fired pianist teacher Małgorzata Głuchowska from the State School of Music in Zielona Góra in 2015, accusing her of improper thinking. She was the best piano teacher in the school. She is my wife.
On 16 Nov 2015, the authorities condemned my wife:
“Currently, we can talk about disorders concerning both the formal and the content side of thought processes.”
This is apparently the disorder of thought Nikita Khrushchev talked about in 1959: “Can there be diseases, mental disorders among certain people in a Communist society? It appears there can be.”
Europarliament did not bother to react. Sovietization of Europe is a fact.