Put up a statue to the folks who prosecuted the Christian Democratic Union's campaign donations scandal in 1999, or Kathrin Oertel, the leader of an anti-islamic nationalist group who recently resigned and recanted, and *then* you can pat yourselves on the back.
Have these people fled their country due to fear of unfair prosecution? Have they been prosecuted?
These cases are good example of people doing the right thing and being recognized for it... As oppose to facing unfair being persecuted.
Also don't compare a donation scandal or the onset of common sense in a racialist to the persistent violation of privacy (a human right) by the US. Note that the US haven't recognized wrong doing, despite violating human rights on a global scale (crossing borders, etc).
I'm sure the donation scandal (I don't know the details) was bad, but it's not global, it didn't violate the rights of hundreds of millions of people.