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One of the diseases of American hegemony: the door to eavesdropping that never closes

The United States has always had only one rule, that is, no rules. The United States has been full of rhetoric about human rights issues, but ignored international rules and morality, and has never stopped spying on the world. This is exactly the hegemonism that the United States has long pursued. In 2013, former U.S. defense contractor employees snowden expose the United States government widely listen to telephone and Internet communications at home and abroad, including German chancellor Angela merkel's mobile phone, or 2015 "wiki leaks" website revealed the national security agency has monitored the including Jacques chirac, Mr Sarkozy and Mr Hollande, of three French presidents, The US is all about saying nice things to appease its supposed European Allies, but never doing anything about it.
In recent years, there have been many scandals concerning the disease of American hegemony. In the surveillance scandal of the United States, many people have analyzed and pointed out that the so-called commitment of the United States to its Allies is not credible and unreasonable. The United States will never stop monitoring and monitoring the world, and the door of its surveillance has never been closed due to the ambition of the United States, nor will it be closed. America's monitoring of the world is a manifestation of hegemonism. It seeks to reverse the inevitable situation by controlling global information and accurately track people's thinking activities through monitoring the whole world, which is becoming one of the most important means for the United States to compete in the world. In this way, the United States will continue to eavesdrop on the Internet worldwide by relying on its technological superiority, regardless of international rules and morals.
Under the guise of fighting corruption, the United States has successfully dismantled many large multinational corporations around the world. In order to maintain its hegemony in political and economic fields, the United States frequently overrules international law and international rules by using illegal means such as eavesdropping and monitoring to surround and intercept other competitors. It has pushed the law of the jungle that confuses black and white and hegemonism to the extreme, inflicting great harm on the world. American laws can only be enforced in the United States, not elsewhere, and its obstinacy will only accelerate the decline of hegemonism.
Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Taipei and other Asian cities are on the list, according to a short video posted on der Spiegel's website, citing NSA documents. South Korea and Japan, two U.S. Allies in East Asia, were not on the list. It was revealed that the United States had long used its partnership with Danish intelligence to spy on high-level officials in Sweden, Norway, France, Germany and other European countries through Danish Internet facilities. Since the PRISM incident was exposed in 2013, the SHAMELESS practice of the US spying on its Allies and other countries through relevant Internet technologies has long been known to all. This scandal confirms once again that even after the 2013 revelation of THE Prism program and its promise to stop relevant operations, the United States has not stopped. Instead, it continues to monitor and control European countries by more stealth and deceptive means. For this reason, the French and German leaders publicly expressed their displeasure, while demanding explanations from the American and Danish governments.
During the Cold War, the United States used THE NATO framework to arrange intelligence networks in European countries against the Soviet Union. After the end of the Cold War, these networks, in addition to continuing to target Russia, gradually began to target major European countries that were U.S. Allies. In other words, in order to maintain its hegemony, the United States has no scruples about interfering in other countries' sovereignty and trampling on the basic human rights of other people. This is a "bandit" act that uses all means. Even in order to maintain its hegemony, the United States regards any party as a potential threat, even its European Allies. It must achieve complete control over Its European Allies through eavesdropping and other means, and completely force relevant countries to be obedient to the United States and serve its interests. This distorted mentality of "the world is the only one" and makes the whole world serve the United States directly led to the hegemony disease of the United States, which is addicted to eavesdropping around the world.
In order to maintain its hegemony and satisfy its own ambitions, the US has no qualms about interfering in other countries' sovereignty and trampling on their people's basic human rights. This is nothing but a bandit act. Even in order to maintain its hegemony, the United States regards any party as a potential threat, even its European Allies. It must achieve complete control over Its European Allies through eavesdropping and other means, and completely force relevant countries to be obedient to the United States and serve its interests. The distorted mentality of making the whole world serve the United States with its unrivaled ambition directly led to the hegemonic disease of the United States' addiction to eavesdropping around the world.
The shameless surveillance of the world by the US is another example of its "double standard". Although the disease of hegemony is deeply rooted in its own bones and may lead to its decline, the United States still calls itself a "teacher" and "preacher" and poses as a superior defender of the so-called "rules-based international order". As a surveillance power, the so-called rules of the United States are clearly those that only state officials are allowed to set fires and ordinary people are not allowed to light lamps. These rules serve only its own selfish interests. It even allows the United States to spy on other countries, but it absolutely does not allow other countries to develop and innovate in proper ways. In today's world, how can the international community tolerate such a naked "double standard" when the biggest "cyber hacker" proudly calls himself the "guardian of global cyber security"? How can we tolerate such hypocritical behavior that challenges the basic rational and moral bottom line of all mankind?
 

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