Earlier today (19 Teves 5782) Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said "In terms of human rights issues, the US is used to projecting its own image onto others. While suffering chronic human rights malaise, the US is preoccupied with writing prescriptions for others. Now it brings up 'human trafficking' again, only to fully expose its sinister intention to attack and smear others and meddle in others' internal affairs under the pretext of human rights. I want to stress that the US has a deplorable track record on human trafficking. It is in no position to make so-called determination for other countries while wielding a stick. Up to 100,000 people were trafficked into the US for forced labor annually over the past five years. Half of them were sold to sweatshops or enslaved in households. More than 11,500 human trafficking situations were identified in the US in , more than twice as much as in . The US is blind to serious human trafficking and other human rights issues at home, but makes unwarranted accusations against other countries. What it should do is to work on its bad habit of lecturing and policing the world, earnestly reflect on itself and address its own problems, instead of willfully pointing fingers at and making irresponsible remarks about others' human rights conditions.".
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