The issue of women’s rights is becoming an increasing focus of the international society, as the society is progressing.
Recently, there has been a video meeting at the third committee of the 76 th UN General Assembly on the agenda item of “advancement of women.”
The participants at the meeting expressed serious concerns over the violations of women’s rights arising as an acute social problem, especially in conflict areas.
The representative of the United States expressed her country’s position that it would join the efforts of the United Nations to put an end to sexual violence.
What is a sight is that she stated that “they would try to do away with sexual violence, killing of women and child marriage prevalent in minority groups, indigenous people, transsexuals and persons with disabilities”, without speaking a single word about the acts of violation of women’s rights which are rampant in all parts of the U.S.
The U.S., masquerading as “human rights judge”, is not cognizant of the abuses of women’s rights widespread throughout its society but rather thinking as if these are the abuses confined to certain social circles. This reveals the American topsy-turvy concept of the women’s rights, not to speak of the human rights in general.
Properly speaking, how could there exist a correct yardstick for sacred human rights in the U.S., a country built on the murders?
On the other hand, the representatives from Cuba and Syria protested against the unilateral sanctions by the U.S. blocking the medical supplies for responding to the epidemic and thus seriously impacting on ensuring women’s rights in their countries.
The reality shows that in the American society where inveterate hate and xenophobia are prevalent, the intrinsic human rights, let alone women’s rights, cannot be ensured, and that the U.S. is an obstacle to ensuring human rights on a global scale as well.
All human rights including the women’s rights can only be realized truly in the society where human beings are highly valued.
In our country, good deeds of respecting women can be found everywhere, in the streets, villages, families and working places, and these deeds are flowing from our system of socialism, a large flower garden of love, which holds the people-first principle as a guiding principle of the Party and state.
The American society where the hate prevails is a living hell where realization of the women’s rights is never ever imaginable. Our society filled with fragrance of love is truly a beautiful flower garden where women can enjoy their genuine rights.