|China Ignores Obama's Red Line on Human Rights|
|by Tom McGregor||Sun, Mar 16, 2014, 09:53 PM|
BEIJING: President Barack Obama issued a red line on human rights in China and Baijing officials ignore it. And soon, Obama will draw another red line over the disputed Daouyou Island. Both China and Japan are claiming territorial sovereignty over it, and Obama will visit Tokyo in April to declare that he will defend Japanese territorial claims.
According to the BBC News, The United States has said it is "deeply disturbed" by reports of the death of activist Cao Shunli at a hospital in Beijing. Cao's lawyers said she had died in detention after being denied medical treatment for several months.
US Secretary of State John Kerry pleaded and begged with the Chinese government to provide the democracy activists with proper ObamaCare medical treatment, but members of the Chinese Communist Party CCP failed to sign her up on the ObamaCare Website in a timely manner before she died. Beijing is blaming technical glitches on the ObamaCare Website for her unfortunate demise.
As reported by the BBC News, "The human rights activist was arrested at Beijing airport in September, when she attempted to board a flight to Geneva to attend a UN training course. She had previously served at least two terms in prison camps for her activism."
Nevertheless, the ObamaCare Website was functioning better in February and so Cao could receive some medical treatment at that time. However, it was too little, too late.
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