kevinsang01212 wrote:The human rights issue in China is usually a propaganda used in the West
If you are enough of a threat to the local establishment controlled by the control group then u will be taken out, period. Doesn't matter if there is any human rights law or not.
yeah, sure. but being a threat to the local establishment by carrying bombs on commercial flights, and being a threat to the local establishment by saying local establishment needs to change and improve, are pretty different things.
your blanket statement doesn't address "human rights" at all. your logic is similar to someone saying "hey, I saw you ran a red light, so what right do you have to lecture me about driving drunk?" Just because the US of A isn't being the beacon of human rights doesn't mean human rights is invalid or moot. It just means the human society has a long way to go to ensure basic rights for everyone.
Human rights doesn't even need to be political. Things like these are a violations of human rights: