In a carefully prepared report, China has taken a lofty position on human rights violations pointing to American hegemony and millions of civilian deaths caused by the United States since WWII, says a CSHRS report.
“Humanitarian disasters can only be avoided with the U.S. abandoning hegemonic thinking motivated by self-interest. Only in this way, can mutual benefits be achieved and the natural human rights be enjoyed by all the people across the globe,” says a brief dissertation introducing the China Society for Human Rights Studies (CSHRS) white paper on American Human Rights violations. Read if you wish, Humanitarian-Disasters-Caused-by-US-Aggressive-Wars-against-Foreign-Countries2021-04-09-040239791.
By Melissa Hemingway and Micheal John
America’s Carpet bombing of DPRK civilians and civilian infrastructure came under fire from China, today, along with a host of other mass killings alleged to have been done by the USA.
“American track record on Human Rights abuses is the worst in the world, to date. It is no less true that China is at least a runner up. Can the two work together to make sure what is in this image, the slaughter of 3 million innocents, never happens again?” asks Civil Society women’s group co-founder, Katie Alsop. Archived Photo Credit: U.S. National Archive photo. ARC Identifier: 542237. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
“American track record on Human Rights abuses is the worst in the world, to date. It is no less true that China is at least a runner up. Can the two work together to make sure what is in this image, the slaughter of 3 million innocents, never happens again?” asks Civil Society women’s group co-founder, Katie Alsop.
The CSHRS report validly starts out with a focus on the Korean War in which the United States carpet bombed the civilian population of North Korea, according to US military reports at the time.
The report is, on initial read, accurate, matching widely accepted data sets, and makes valid points of argument, say
Statistical data for North Korea, unverified, but closely matching other data sources is revealed from DPRK archives by the CSHRS. This material points to the troubling hypocrisy of the West and its massive crimes against humanity in the Korean war, The Vietnam War, Iraq, Syria and others.
“The Korean War, which took place in the early 1950s, did not persist for a long time but it was extremely bloody, leading to more than three million civilian deaths and creating more than three million refugees. According to statistics from the DPRK, the war destroyed about 8,700 factories, 5,000 schools, 1,000 hospitals, and 600,000 households, and more than two million children under the age of 18 were uprooted by the war.
“During this war, the ROK side lost 41.23 billion won, which was equivalent to 6.9 billion US dollars according to the official exchange rate at that time; and about 600,000 houses, 46.9 percent of railways, 1,656 highways, and 1,453 bridges in the ROK were destroyed. Worse still, the war led to the division of the DPRK and the ROK, causing a large number of family separations.
“Among the more than 130,000 Koreans registered in the Ministry of Unification in the ROK who have family members cut off by the war, 75,000 have passed away, forever losing the chance to meet their lost family members again.
“The website of the United States’ The Diplomat magazine reported on June 25, 2020, that as of November 2019, the average age of these family separation victims in the ROK had reached 81, and 60 percent of the 133,370 victims registered since 1988 had passed away, and that most of the registered victims never succeeded in meeting their lost family members again.” Citing: Humanitarian-Disasters-Caused-by-US-Aggressive-Wars-against-Foreign-Countries2021-04-09-040239791
China is served well by the distraction, but today, China is behaving like a nuclear-armed pirate, attacking the lives of countless thousands of fishing communities around the South China Sea.
As one community leader on the West Philippine Sea, so-affected, told FPM.news, “We cannot fix the past but today we need to return fishermen to their traditional fishing grounds in their own Economic Zones with unfettered access. We can lament the past but today, people need to eat during this pandemic. China is the problem [translation confirmed by source].”
China, the nuclear-armed pirate. Is it time for the world to ostracize China? Still hanging around in various reefs and islands belonging to other countries, China takes High-Seas piracy over the top. Photo is a handout courtesy National Task Force-West Philippine Sea. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine