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Human Rights Record of the US in 2005

 
 
terraf
 
Reply Mon 15 May, 2006 02:00 am
http://english.people.com.cn/200603/09/eng20060309_249259.html

Here! At last the truth is triumphing! ^_^ Every year the US Department of State releases its Country Report on Human Rights Practices concerning human rights situations in more than 190 countries and regions.... but not in the US itself, however! Thanks to Information office of China's State Council, now we've got an opportunity to see the real human rights situation in the very "embodiment of democracy" - the United States of America! Following is a few quotes from the text of Human Rights Record of the US in 2005. For the full version, please check out the link.

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For a long time, the life and personal security of people of the United States have not been under efficient protection. American society is characterized with rampant violent crimes. Across the country each year, 50,000 suicides and homicides are committed ... there were 5,182,670 violent crimes in the United States in 2004.

There exist serious infringements upon personal rights and freedoms by law enforcement and judicial organs in the United States. ... the U.S. customs has the right to open and inspect incoming private letters. There exist obvious injustice and frequent rights infringements in the judiciary system. Minorities face discrimination in employment and occupation.

American "democracy" is always one for the wealthy and a "game for the rich."

The United States flaunts its press freedom but scandals about the U.S. government blocking and manipulating information came out continually.

Pursuing unilateralism on the international arena, the U.S. government grossly violates the sovereignty and human rights of other countries in contempt of universally-recognized international norms.

For years, the U.S. government has ignored and deliberately concealed serious violations of human rights in its own country for fear of criticism. Yet it has issued annual reports making unwarranted charges on human rights practices of other countries, an act that fully exposes its hypocrisy and double standard on human rights issues, which has naturally met with strong resistance and opposition from other countries.
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Amigo
 
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Reply Mon 15 May, 2006 02:39 am
A human rights report from China? Confused

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Live Organ Extraction Continues while the Evidence Is Transferred

According to CCP sources, the atrocity of extracting organs from Falun Gong practitioners while they are still alive and cremating their bodies to destroy evidence has been taking place in labor camps throughout China. Hospitals attached to local public security bureaus and military police stations are colluding with organ-trading organizations in this crime.

Falun Gong practitioners chosen for organ extractions are mainly from the countryside. They are from a low social class, unemployed, uneducated, or completely disconnected from their family members.
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(How does sombody hurt sombody like this?)

"Central to Falun Gong is the traditional concept of "cultivation practice" (xiulian) in which the practitioner constantly strives to improve his "xinxing" (mind-nature) by gradually letting go of attachments such as selfishness, hatred, jealousy, greed and all bad thoughts."
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Tue 16 May, 2006 07:51 am
By this post, terraf only defines himself as supporting communist slavery,
proud of his political perversity.
David
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