U.S. ready to fight for democracy in 33 countries

U.S. ready to fight a war for democracy in 33 countries

U.S. President Barack Obama recently ordered the agency to do to prevent the bloody atrocities (Atrocities prevention board), which will track the potential biggest acts of violence around the world.

According to the views of the President, "66 years after the Holocaust and 17 years after the civilian war in Rwanda in the United States has not created a mechanism to prevent large-scale atrocities and genocide." Responsible for banned foreigners become U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Costavlen list of the 33 countries in which human rights are at greater threat. Hardest of all, the views of white houses, is the case in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Myanmar, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan and Sri Lanka — are united in the "red group". Group to prevent genocide advises provide pressure on these countries and send peacekeeping mission there.

In the "orange group" includes another 25 states. Sending army units in the country in this group is only provided in the latter case. This list includes Israel and Georgia.

U.S. President Barack Obama signed a decree banning the race on the terrain of the United States suspected of human rights violations and genocide, reports.

"Among those who are prohibited race, include all foreigners who planned, ordered, or aided to produce massive acts of violence against civilian population on the basis of race, sex, sexy orientation, membership of a particular social and tribal groups, also for political opinions. Also forbidden race all persons involved in war crimes, "- the document says.

The official dealer of the U.S. State Department Mark Toner explained to that the initiative was an attempt to classify the Obama approach to those who violate human rights. He cited the example of the so-called "Magnitsky list" — a list of officials connected with the case of the lawyer fund Hermitage Capital, which forbade race U.S..

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