US, leader of freedom around the world, Critizised By Human Rights Council
Louise Arbour, the high commissioner for human rights at the United Nations, presented the most forceful criticism to date of U.S. detention policies by a senior U.N. official, asserting that holding suspects incommunicado in itself amounts to torture. ...
"Today is Human Rights Day. It would be appropriate, I think, for the U.N.'s high commissioner for human rights to talk about the serious human rights problems that exist in the world today," Bolton told reporters. "It is disappointing that she has chosen to talk about press commentary about alleged American conduct. I think the secretary of state has fully and completely addressed the substance of the allegations, so I won't go back into that again other than to reaffirm that the United States does not engage in torture."
Eighteen months after reporters and investigators began finding evidence of exploitation of refugees
in almost every camp
run by the UN, Arbour makes the usual international choice by attacking the United States.
I can understand the UN geting so prissy over what the USA does and ignores what urinals like Libya, Syria, and Cuba do one 1 single premis: We are a superior culture and a superior nation, and everybody knows it yet, can't admit it. One does not expect monkeys to be any better than apes. One expects humans to be better than weasels. We are innately and supremely superior to these crapper countries, so they must hold us to to a higher standard, yet they can't not admit de-volve status. For if they were to recognize our superiority and the innate inferiority of their own systems, they would be but admitting defeat. Every chimpanzee thinks its a Bonobo
That and allows the justification of totalitarian states and ideologies.