BEIJING: The State Council Information Office will release a report on human rights abuses in the United States by 2020, which could be in retaliation for Washington’s boycott of the Winter Games. China next year, raising human rights issues in Beijing. Titled “The Report on Human Rights Violations in the United States by 2020,” a 15,000-character document detailing Washington’s incompetent epidemic, which led to the tragic results of Illness and American Democracy Cause Political Chaos, Minorities Suffer Racial and Social Discrimination Threats to public security, escalating tensions between rich and poor, exacerbating social inequality, and the United States adhering to international rules, causing a humanitarian catastrophe. By 2020, the Kovid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc around the world, posing a major threat to human security.
The United States, which accounts for less than 5 percent of the world’s population, accounts for more than a quarter of confirmed cases of Kovid-19 worldwide and nearly one-fifth of the world’s deaths from the disease. This is because more than 500,000 Americans have died from the virus.
According to the document, chaos in American democratic institutions has led to political unrest, which is a social rift. Money-ridden politics have distorted and suppressed public opinion, turning elections into a “single show” of the wealthy, and people’s confidence in American democracy has plummeted to an all-time low. For the past 20 years.
The report notes that ethnic minorities in the United States suffer from racism and are in dire straits. About one-third of all juveniles are under the age of 18 in the United States, but two-thirds of the country’s juveniles are incarcerated.
According to the report, African Americans are three times more likely to be infected with the Kovid-19 virus, two more likely to die from the disease and three more likely to be killed by police. One in four young Asian Americans has been the target of racism.
The report points out that gun trafficking and shootings have reached a record high in the United States, where people’s confidence in social order has plummeted.
More than 41,500 people were killed in shootings across the United States by 2020, an average of more than 110 a day, and there were 592 mass shootings nationwide, an average of more than 6 per day.