Should Americans care if another nation is exterminating a group of people?

Venture capitalist billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya recently said no, asserting that, as an “ugly truth,” nobody really cares about the Uyghurs in China if it impairs a person’s business dealings with the Communist country. 

The newly enacted Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention legislation requires that goods from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region cannot enter U.S. ports if forced labor was used to produce them. But Palihapitiya evidently thinks it is silly to protect the enslaved Uyghurs, a small Muslim minority in China.

(Read here.)