The U.S. Government holds other countries accountable for violating the UN Human Rights Declaration. The U.S. consistantly targets countries like China as violators yet the U.S. itself in pursuit of a "drug free America" is a far more frequent human rights violator than China.
Here is a fact most Americans are obvious of: On May 4, 2001 The U.S. was kicked Off of U.N. Human Rights Commission. This was the first time the US lost its seat on the United Nations Human Rights Commission since thepanel’s founding in 1947.
FACT: The U.S. is the leading imprisoner of it's people in the world. This video is a interveiw with a victim of US human rights violation(s): EDWARD FORCHION - aka- "NJweedman"
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More than one in every 100 American adults is in prison, making the United States the world's biggest jailer, ....more than 2.3 million adults were incarcerated in the U.S. at the start of 2008 - or one of every 99.1 out of a total adult population of some 230 million.
The United States imprisons more people than any country in the world:
The U.S. - with 750 inmates per 100,000 people - "is the global leader in the rate at which it incarcerates its citizenry, outpacing nations like South Africa and Iran."
South Africa has 341 prisoners per 100,000 citizens, Iran has 222 per 100,000, and China 119,
Russia and other former Soviet republics had the highest rates of incarceration in Europe. Russia, with a total of 890,000 people in prison, has 628 inmates per 100,000 people, followed by Belarus with 426 per 100,000, Georgia with 401 per 100,000 and Ukraine with 345 per 100,000.
"While one in 30 men between the ages of 20 and 34 is behind bars, for American black males in that age group the figure is one in nine."
The racial disparity for women also is stark. One in 355 white women aged 35-39 is behind bars, compared with one in 100 black women in that age group.
When blackmen like "NJweedman" speak out to change this they are targeted for imprisonment as was NJweedman several times.
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