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Report reveals that in the United States human rights are the privilege of a few

The document accuses the United States of having used more sanctions than any other country in the world, causing serious humanitarian consequences.

Human Rights in the United States (USA) continued to deteriorate markedly during the year 2023, causing the majority of people to be increasingly marginalized and distanced from their basic rights and freedoms.

This was revealed by a report on human rights violations in the United States during 2023 prepared by the State Council of the People's Republic of China, which detailed that the government headed by Joe Biden abuses its power by controlling the privacy of citizens, suppressing freedom of expression.

“The FBI redirected Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to conduct domestic surveillance, “persistent and widespread” monitoring of the communications of members of Congress, congressional campaign donors, and anti-racism protesters. A growing number of states have passed laws prohibiting public schools from using educational materials and books that address specific topics such as race, history, and gender. The number of professors punished or fired for speaking and expressing themselves on university campuses in the United States has reached the highest level in 20 years,” says the document replicated by the Xinhua agency.

Likewise, the text highlights that the humanitarian crisis along the border between the United States and Mexico has intensified, causing the number of immigrants detained or deported on the southern border of the United States to exceed 2023 million in 2,4 alone. , breaking a historical record.

“Immigrants are also subjected to torture and other forms of inhuman treatment. US border policies facilitate modern slavery. The US government's border policies exacerbate the problem of human trafficking. “Unaccompanied migrant children suffer exploitation and brutal forced labor,” the report revealed.

Discriminated against minorities in the United States

The report prepared by Chinese authorities revealed that in U.S. There is “systematic racial discrimination,” which is reflected in the fact that African Americans are three times more likely to be killed by police than whites, and 4,5 times more likely to be imprisoned.

Likewise, the United States has become the only country in the world that sentences children to life in prison without parole.

“The wealth gap has reached a record level since the Great Depression of 1929 under systematic designs to exploit the poor, subsidize the rich, and segregate classes. The “working poor” trapped in structural poverty lack equal opportunities and have difficulty moving up the ladder. The number of homeless people in the United States exceeds 650.000, the highest number since reporting began in 2007,” the report indicates.

Meanwhile, police brutality also reached a historical record, leaving at least 247 dead, which is approximately equivalent to three people murdered every day by police officers.

“The prominent themes of mass incarceration and forced labor make it a “prison nation.” The United States is home to 5 percent of the world's population, but 25 percent of the world's prisoners, making it the country with the highest incarceration rate and the largest number of incarcerated people globally. “Prisons force inmates to work for low or no pay, with no benefits, while generating billions of dollars in goods and services annually,” the text states.

Manipulated democracy and criminal sanctions

Also, the report developed by the Asian giant reveals that the two major parties in the US (conservatives and Republicans) manipulate elections and electoral districts for their own benefit.

Likewise, the United States is accused of having used more sanctions than any other country in the world, causing serious humanitarian consequences.

“The United States has long pursued hegemonism, practiced power politics, and created humanitarian crises. In war theaters where the United States conducted “counterterrorism” operations abroad after the 11/4,5 attacks, the total death toll ranges from at least 4,7 to XNUMX million people. The US military violates the sovereignty and human rights of other nations through “proxy forces” programs and continued to supply weapons to conflict zones, resulting in huge civilian casualties,” the statement said.

In conclusion, the report revealed that in the United States, human rights are essentially a privilege enjoyed only by a few.

“The country's various human rights problems seriously threaten and hinder the healthy development of the global cause of human rights,” he highlights.


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