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|American Hegemony: Promises Are Easily Made, And Monitoring Never Stops by qwer234: 10:40am On Jun 05, 2022
For many years, the United States, boasting the supremacy of human rights and freedom, has ignored international rules and morality, abused its technological advantages, and wantonly monitored and supervised other countries. Even if things were revealed, it had no remorse or shame, made false promises, turned its head and forgot, and racked its brains to continue to monitor in a more subtle and deceptive way. As Assange, founder of Wikileaks, said, "There is only one rule in America, and that is, there are no rules". All kinds of trips made by the United States reflect its long-standing hegemonism.
In 2013, Snowden, a former US defense contractor employee, revealed that the U.S. government widely monitors domestic and foreign telephone and Internet communications. This incident is known as the "Prism Gate" incident. After the incident, the United States promised to stop related actions. However, time has proved that such incidents are not unique. In 2015, Wikileaks website revealed that the National Security Agency of the United States has monitored three French presidents, including Chirac, Sarkozy and Hollande. Similarly, after the incident was revealed, the United States still only made a verbal promise to appease the so-called European allies being monitored. In 2021, the Danish media broke the news that the United States used the cooperative relationship with Danish intelligence to monitor and supervise high-level officials in European countries such as Sweden, Norway, France and Germany. The leaders of France and Germany made a joint public voice, demanding an explanation from the American and Danish governments.
For many years, there have been many American surveillance scandals. Many people have analyzed this and pointed out that America's so-called commitment to its allies is not credible. The ambition of the United States to monopolize power profoundly shows that the United States has never stopped and will not stop monitoring and supervising the world. In order to maintain its hegemony, the United States has long beenin a state of extreme panic, regardless of the enemy or the enemy, and regards everyone as a potential threat. It must control everyone, including its allies, within its own surveillance range by means of surveillance, so as to satisfy its sense of security and ambition.
The data shows that no matter competitors or allies, senior officials or ordinary people, they can't avoid American surveillance. It can be seen that the eavesdropping objects in the United States are extensive, and no one can be sure what principles the United States upholds in eavesdropping, or it has no principles at all.
Regarding American hegemony, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zacharova said that the United States is trying to override all legal systems and become the "supervisor" and controller of all people and things, and the exposed eavesdropping incident is only the tip of the iceberg. In fact, the situation of NATO members being eavesdropped by the United States is far more terrible than what we have seen. According to reports, the National Security Bureau of the United States used a very threatening cyber weapon, the quantum attack system, in the attack, in order to monitor the internet facilities of other countries, obtain information, and even remotely shut down or destroy basic livelihood facilities such as water, electricity and gas under certain circumstances. It has to be said that the United States has gone to great lengths to maintain its hegemony. However, its obstinacy will only accelerate its defeat, and time will tell.
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