Your extreme hatred of America has always been apparent, and it certainly doesn't surprise me that you are rooting for China to supplant the the USA.
America's social performance can no longer be ignored by Americans. And it's going to play a big part in deciding who wins the global struggle to be the world's leading power....Trump's lack of consideration of social responsibility for America is going to cost America dearly
I'm suggesting that Trump's way is not a winning strategy. For that reason I have to say that I'm anxious to see Trump extend his presidency for another 4 years. The damage he will do to America will settle the question on whether or not China leaves the US behind or not.
The irony of it is that you try to justify your hatred on the basis of the USA's alleged lack of social responsibility. You prefer China, which has one of most oppressive regimes on the planet and routinely shows its "social responsibility" by depriving its residents of basic human rights:
Members of the [Chinese] Communist Party are officially required to be atheists...In Mao's China, the CPC openly repressed all opposing political groups. This behaviour is now reflected in the judicial system, and has evolved into the selective repression of small groups of people who overtly challenge the CPC's power or its people's democratic dictatorship.
Numerous human rights groups have publicized human rights issues in China that they consider the government to be mishandling, including:... the political and legal status of Tibet, and neglect of freedom of the press in mainland China. Other areas of concern include the lack of legal recognition of human rights and the lack of an independent judiciary, rule of law, and due process. Further issues raised in regard to human rights include the severe lack of worker's rights (in particular the hukou system which restricts migrant labourers' freedom of movement), the absence of independent labour unions (which have since been changing), and allegations of discrimination against rural workers and ethnic minorities, as well as the lack of religious freedom – rights groups have highlighted repression of the Christian, Tibetan Buddhist, Uyghur Muslim, and Falun Gong religious groups. Some Chinese activist groups are trying to expand these freedoms, including Human Rights in China, Chinese Human Rights Defenders, and the China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group. Chinese human rights attorneys who take on cases related to these issues, however, often face harassment, disbarment, and arrest.
The concept of 'rule of law' has been emphasized in the constitution, and the ruling party has embarked on campaigns to promote the idea that citizens have protection under the law. At the same time, however, a fundamental contradiction exists in the constitution itself, in which the Communist Party insists that its authority supersedes that of the law. Thus, the constitution enshrines the rule of law, yet simultaneously stresses the principle that the 'leadership of the Communist Party' holds primacy over the law.
The judiciary is not independent of the Communist Party, and judges face political pressure; in many instances, private party committees dictate the outcome of cases. In this way, the CPC effectively controls the judiciary through its influence.. This influence has produced a system often described as 'rule by law' (alluding to the CPC's power), rather than rule of law. Moreover, the legal system lacks protections for civil rights, and often fails to uphold due process.
The People's Republic of China is the only country which currently abuses psychiatry for political purposes in a systematic way, and despite international criticism, this abuse seems to be continuing as of 2010...People who are imprisoned for their political views, human rights activities or religious beliefs have a high risk of being tortured. The Government of the People's Republic of China has argued that its concept of 'Asian values' requires that the welfare of the collective should always be put ahead of the rights of any individual whenever conflicts between these arise.
Freedom House rates China as a 6 (the second lowest possible rank) in political freedoms.
If you're the least bit interested (which I already know you're not) in the details of how China brutally oppresses religious and ethnic minorities, women, immigrants, workers, and human rights in general, then read the entire wiki article cited here.
Ya looking for "social responsibility?" Well, then, China is the ticket, sho nuff!
Edited by Moronium, 18 March 2019 - 06:44 AM.