The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has caused outrage in various quarters by joining with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in passing the new law that represses Hong Kong, and by supporting other developments contrary to its mission.

The recent vote taken at the OHCHR by the Communist Party of China (CCP) determined that most of the participating countries approved the law that deprives Hong Kong of the autonomy obtained through an international treaty and that is expected to put an end to the freedom that allowed it to shine on the world stage.

“The mission of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights [OHCHR] is to work for the protection of all human rights for all people,” but the previous vote denied the 7.5 million Hong Kongers the right to self-determination and instead endorsed the violation of their rights.

The fact that 40 of the 53 countries that were in favor of the CCP participated in the program known as the New Silk Road (Belt and Road Initiative) shows the economic dependence they have on the CCP, thus losing the basic independence and neutrality in sound international decision-making.

It is contradictory that along with the CCP, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, “Palestine,” Syria, Yemen, Zimbabwe, and other countries described as the greatest violators of human rights belong to the OHCHR.

The irregularities presented in the actions of the OHCHR were of such magnitude that the United States withdrew from it in 2018, demonstrating that the OHCHR does not fulfill the mission for which it was created, but, on the contrary, supports those who violate it.

Since the first day of the approval of the controversial law in Hong Kong, hundreds of pro-democracy defenders have been detained and the repression that is expected to follow instills terror in those who acted in defense of their freedom.

Among the greatest human rights violations carried out by the CCP is the massive compulsory application of birth control methods such as forced intrauterine devices, sterilization, and even abortion on hundreds of thousands of Uighur women, which has a majority Muslim population, on such a scale that it is considered “demographic genocide.”

The forced removal of organs for commercialization is another way of violating people’s basic rights, particularly those of members of the ancient Chinese qigong practice of Falun Dafa, as documented by the specialized Minghui site

The blockade of the OHCHR was recently denounced to a Cuban dissident scientist.

Ariel Ruíz Urquiola tried to denounce the human trafficking perpetrated by the Cuban communist regime, for which he was granted only 90 seconds, but the communist regime’s allies interrupted him for 13 minutes, preventing his denunciation, according to Breitbart.

It is because of the continued violations of human rights, the numerous aggressions against other countries, and the controversial handling of the CCP Virus pandemic that many countries and organizations are taking measures to help counteract the threatening influence that the CCP is exerting throughout the world.