China’s dictator Xi Jinping is committed to replace USA as the world’s leading superpower and the liberal world order that created so much wealth and opportunity after WW2, not with something better, but authoritarian rule and violation of human rights.
China is the world’s biggest human rights abuser, meaning that as a superpower it would spread the tyranny worldwide.
Apart from human rights abusing, China is also using unfair trade practices and stealing military technology from USA and building the strongest military in the world, they call it “fight and win”.
“China’s growing global influence means many of its rights violations now have international implications. In April, security officials at the United Nations headquarters in New York City ejected from the premises Dolkun Isa, an ethnic Uyghur rights activist, who was accredited as a nongovernmental organization (NGO) participant to a forum there; no explanation was provided.
In June, the European Union failed for the first time ever to deliver a statement under a standing agenda item at the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) regarding country situations requiring the council’s attention. This stemmed from Greece blocking the necessary EU consensus for such an intervention due to its unwillingness to criticize human rights violations in China, with which it has substantial trade ties.
Chinese officials continued throughout the year to pressure governments around the world to forcibly return allegedly corrupt mainland officials despite a lack of legal protections in China or refugee status determination procedures outside China.”, Human Rights Watch reported.