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China issues report on US human rights | Shanghai Daily

THE report, titled "The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2014," was released by the Information Office of the State Council, China's cabinet, in response to "the 2014 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices" issued by the US State Department on June 25 local time.

China's report states that the US made comments on the human rights situations in many countries while showing not a bit of regret for or intention to improve its own terrible human rights record.

"The US, a self-proclaimed human rights defender, saw no improvements in its existent human rights issues, but reported numerous new problems," it says.

While its own human rights situation was increasingly grave, the US violated human rights in other countries in a more brazen manner, and was given more "red cards" in the international human rights field, according to the report.

The US was haunted by spreading guns, frequent occurrence of violent crimes, which threatened citizens' civil rights. The excessive use of force by police officers led to many deaths, sparking public outcry, the report says.

An unarmed 18-year-old African-American Michael Brown was shot dead by a white police officer named Darren Wilson in Ferguson, a town in Missouri. After the grand jury of both Missouri and New York decided to bring no charges against the white police officer, massive protests broke out in more than 170 cities nationwide, it cites cn.nytimes.com as saying.

"The US used cruel tortures indiscriminately, notably those carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)," it says.

To acquire intelligence from suspects of terrorism and extremism, the CIA used brutal methods, such as sleep deprivation, waterboarding, long-term solitary confinement, slamming prisoners against the wall, lashing, death threat and even "rectal rehydration" or rectal feeding, according to the report.

"The US is a country with grim problems of racial discrimination, and institutional discrimination against ethnic minorities continued," according to the report.

Serious racial bias persisted in the police and justice systems. Minority groups and indigenous people are subject to unfairness in environment, election, health care, housing, education and other fields, it says.

In August 2014, the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, in its concluding observation on the periodic report of the US on the latter's implementation of relevant convention, slammed the US for violating the rights of ethnic minorities, indigenous people, immigrants and other minority groups.

Members of racial and ethnic minorities continued to be disproportionately arrested, incarcerated and subjected to harsher sentences, according to the report.

"American women and children's rights were not fully protected," it says, adding that women were discriminated at workplaces, and domestic violence was prevalent.

The report quotes media reports as saying that 2.1 million American women on average were assaulted by men each year. Three females were murdered by their partner each day, and four females died each day as a result of abuse.

Also, "millions of American children were homeless." Three children died each day as a result of abuse. School violence and sex assaults were pervasive and gun shootings happened from time to time, it says.
 

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Why is nobody replying here? This is the BEST thing that China could ever do: highlight US double standards, and US human rights abuses. With 25% of the world's people in prison and less than 5% of the world's population. Killing unarmed blackcs at a rate of over 1000 per year, and countless of other human rights abuses. It's high time somebody starts doing this. Letting the US publish 'reports' on all other countries.. Who are they? RT is a good step in this direction (although it's chock full of nonsense and propaganda as well), but if a little fake country like the UAE can have Al Jazeera with all it's influence, China should have a big fat CNN competitor up and running. Just conceal that it's a Chinese organisation, and you can counter America's propaganda 'soft power'.
 

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Did China mention the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by the US military against civilians in all its foreign wars?

Was there a mention of the concentration camps operated by the US in Guantanamo Bay and other secret facilities by the CIA?

What about the drone strikes by the US that are only killing children?

What about the rapes committed by American soldiers in various countries?

China must expose all these things.

Must expose not just America's atrocious human rights violations in its own country but more importantly what they are doing in other countries.
 

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China issues report on US human rights | Shanghai Daily

THE report, titled "The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2014," was released by the Information Office of the State Council, China's cabinet, in response to "the 2014 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices" issued by the US State Department on June 25 local time.

China's report states that the US made comments on the human rights situations in many countries while showing not a bit of regret for or intention to improve its own terrible human rights record.

"The US, a self-proclaimed human rights defender, saw no improvements in its existent human rights issues, but reported numerous new problems," it says.

While its own human rights situation was increasingly grave, the US violated human rights in other countries in a more brazen manner, and was given more "red cards" in the international human rights field, according to the report.

The US was haunted by spreading guns, frequent occurrence of violent crimes, which threatened citizens' civil rights. The excessive use of force by police officers led to many deaths, sparking public outcry, the report says.

An unarmed 18-year-old African-American Michael Brown was shot dead by a white police officer named Darren Wilson in Ferguson, a town in Missouri. After the grand jury of both Missouri and New York decided to bring no charges against the white police officer, massive protests broke out in more than 170 cities nationwide, it cites cn.nytimes.com as saying.

"The US used cruel tortures indiscriminately, notably those carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)," it says.

To acquire intelligence from suspects of terrorism and extremism, the CIA used brutal methods, such as sleep deprivation, waterboarding, long-term solitary confinement, slamming prisoners against the wall, lashing, death threat and even "rectal rehydration" or rectal feeding, according to the report.

"The US is a country with grim problems of racial discrimination, and institutional discrimination against ethnic minorities continued," according to the report.

Serious racial bias persisted in the police and justice systems. Minority groups and indigenous people are subject to unfairness in environment, election, health care, housing, education and other fields, it says.

In August 2014, the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, in its concluding observation on the periodic report of the US on the latter's implementation of relevant convention, slammed the US for violating the rights of ethnic minorities, indigenous people, immigrants and other minority groups.

Members of racial and ethnic minorities continued to be disproportionately arrested, incarcerated and subjected to harsher sentences, according to the report.

"American women and children's rights were not fully protected," it says, adding that women were discriminated at workplaces, and domestic violence was prevalent.

The report quotes media reports as saying that 2.1 million American women on average were assaulted by men each year. Three females were murdered by their partner each day, and four females died each day as a result of abuse.

Also, "millions of American children were homeless." Three children died each day as a result of abuse. School violence and sex assaults were pervasive and gun shootings happened from time to time, it says.
I wish our Western and Asian allies would critique us too with their reports. Keep us in line so to speak.
 

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Did China mention the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by the US military against civilians in all its foreign wars?

Was there a mention of the concentration camps operated by the US in Guantanamo Bay and other secret facilities by the CIA?

What about the drone strikes by the US that are only killing children?

What about the rapes committed by American soldiers in various countries?

China must expose all these things.

Must expose not just America's atrocious human rights violations in its own country but more importantly what they are doing in other countries.
The report apparently misses many points and is still going soft.

That's the amazingly racially-harmonious and equal opportunity US. I guess equal opportunity stops where it comes to the right to be killed by the armed police.

By the numbers: US police kill more in days than other countries do in years | US news | The Guardian
 

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You wont expect this kind of report will be issued by the American lackeys like the Japanese, the Indians, the Pinoys nor the Viets et al

Only China and Russia can do it

 

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China issues report on US human rights

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China published Tuesday a report on the United States' human rights situation.

The report, titled "Human Rights Record of the United States in 2017," was released by the Information Office of the State Council, in response to the Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2017 issued by the US State Department on April 20 local time.

China's report said the United States posed once again as "the guardian of human rights" and a self-styled "human rights judge" while its own human rights record remain tarnished and show continued deterioration.
 

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Unlike China who has a centralized command structure, USA human right violation is in a more clever form of distributed sources.

USA medical cartel can poison the people with opoids, and MSM will cheer this is freedom of choice.

USA can recruit low educated thug as police, arming them, expecting them to shoot. Meanwhile, MSM will cheer this is individual mistake.

USA can throw a lot of people to gulag--euphemism in the form of prison, for minor offences, and MSM will cheer this is rule of law.

USA can deprive her people of education by rigging the school syllabus. MSM will cheer children rights are respected.

The USA elites abuse the people in a very subtle way. It appears no one is accountable, but in reality, the USA societal and political status quo is a design by their elites. Peasants then blame themselves.

Meanwhile, such thing cannot happen in China in such a massive scale. Because the people will hold CPC for accountability.
 
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