This has nothing to do with the Act on Special Measures: this is an oppression of human rights.
U.S. elites are acting as though they are heroes who are on a mission to rescue Myanmar and enforce justice upon the evil overlord, China.
All these leaders who marched the streets of Paris to condemn those who forcefully deny the right to speak, didn't say a word in this sense while they described the king of the country which oppresses this right the most.
A report from the American Congress’ Senate Intelligence Committee recently exposed some methods of torture that American intelligence agencies have used. This report, known as the Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program, contains a total of 6,000 pages — though only [Read more]
On Dec. 9, the U.S. Senate published the executive summary of the CIA 9/11 counterterrorism report. The report revealed that the degree of cruelty was much higher than what was originally published. Soon after, U.S. President Barack Obama issued a declaration denouncing the use of torture as a misalignment with [Read more]
Friends and foes alike are falling all over themselves to decry American hypocrisy, but this, quite frankly, is itself hypocrisy.
The very American tendency to consider the United States as a beacon dedicated to inspire humanity can lead to an unfailing good conscience.
It will let domestic and international society keep on criticizing its record, while still sticking to the status quo, without any self-criticism and reflection, and continues to smear other countries from time to time.
Ultimately, bending the rules for the enemy will also affect the American justice system.