According to the article "Human Rights" Imperialism and the US Empire from Oocities, Human Rights have become an issue to many in today's world, and are frequently monitered and reported on. Protecting huamn rights has also become the cloak and reason for imperialist military intervention around the globe, most notably the U.S.A. It is claimed that it is an excuse which the US government uses to extend their imperalist agenda. The writer uses Falun Gong as an example to illustrate how the US uses Human Rights to intervene in China's internal affairs.
In this article, it is claimed that America uses Falun Gong as a tool to intervene in China's internal affairs in the following way:
"Then there is Falun Gong, a mystical group led by pro-imperialist cult master Li Hongzhi. This group, which hides behind the face of the Buddhist and Taoist revival, is centered on backwards policies and activism against the Chinese deformed workers’ state. In Li's book "Turning of the Wheel of Law" ("Zhuan Falun" in Chinese), he denounces homosexuality and sexual freedom, and places them high on his list of evils, as well as identifying abortion as "murder", and women's liberation as a sign of degeneration. Li also condemns interracial marriage as a sign of social degredation and has thought up an other-worldly paradise segregated along racial lines. For this, Li Hongzhi received praise from racist far right Christian fundamentalist Senator, Jesse Helms, who (as a supporter of racial segregation) hypocritically attacked China for "human rights abuses". The swastika on the Falun Gong emblem is not so different from the Nazi version. Nevertheless, Falun Gong (like the previously mentioned pro-imperialist groups) are loved and cradled by Amnesty International （AI）, and other NGOs. With China's tight grip on Falun Gong, AI intends to use the 2008 Olympics to raise the call for Falun Gong legitimacy and turn the sporting event into a political struggle for "Human Rights" in China. This call has been continuously made by both Republican and Democratic politicians alike. In July of 1999, Madeleine Albright attacked the Falun Gon crackdown to the U.N Human Rights Commission on behalf of the Clinton administration. The U.S State Department under George W. Bush lectures China on "freedom of religion" and "freedom of speech". Falun Gang has also become a hot topic of U.S funded Radio "Free Asia" to promote counter-revolution in China along with the Tibetan and East Turkestan "independence" activists. "