Several days ago, the United Nations Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review Working Group conducted a state-level review of human rights within the United States. Making for a rather lively scene, representatives from 122 nations spoke at a meeting to offer criticism and suggestions pertaining to the myriad [Read more]
The bottom line is that America needs to solve its own human rights problems first.
Many legal observers are already predicting that two members of the Court’s conservative block will vote with the liberal wing to form a majority.
Behind the buttons of their guayabera shirts, the color of their nightgowns, or the trim of their military suits, the most ruthless anti-imperialists of Latin America usually hide a fascination with the empire [United States]. Psychiatrists describe this phenomenon in their patients’ files as an approach-avoidance [Read more]
It is impossible not to compare him, albeit reluctantly, with leaders of the caliber of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, for he has risen to a level that until now no other African-American has achieved ...
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.