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·黑匣子主义:破释现代版“世界未解之谜”系列(8-19)
·黑匣子主义:破释现代版“世界未解之谜”系列(8-27)GT回应裴毅然《毛派向胡温政权发难》
·黑匣子主义:破释现代版“世界未解之谜”系列(8-26)必须超脱悖论之泥潭
·黑匣子主义:破释现代版“世界未解之谜”系列(8-28) GT回复郭国汀《当代中国最伟大的军人徐勤先现身》
·黑匣子主义:破释现代版“世界未解之谜”系列(8-29) 斥李劼的“枭雄论”
·看!为毛共匪帮看家护院的一条恶犬——方滨兴
·黑匣子主义:破释现代版“世界未解之谜”系列(8-31)先网络革命,后“茉莉花革命”
·“茉莉花革命”必须缓行
·令人恐惧的“暴力革命恐惧症”
· 看!——全球最自由的中式方应看
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第一部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第一部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第二部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第二部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第二部分)
· GT开导一下温家宝及其帮哥儿们
· GT再开导一下温家宝及其帮哥儿们
·昔有哥白尼 今有黑匣子
·看!毛共匪帮从僵化走向僵硬之“喉舌”
·专制暴政并非“内政” 家庭暴力并非“家事”
·专制体制没有“内政”
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共” (第一部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共” (第二部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第三部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第四部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第五部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共” (第六部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第七部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第八部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第九部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第十部分)
· 莫把“毛共”称“中共”(第十一部分)
· 反共理当反毛,反毛理当反“毛共”——与郭国汀商榷(2)
· 反共首先反毛,反毛就是反“毛共”——与郭国汀商榷(1)
·反共必须反毛,反毛必须反“毛共”——与郭国汀商榷(3)
·反共惟有反毛,反毛惟有反“毛共”——与郭国汀商榷(4)
· 反共不反毛,等于放空炮——与郭国汀商榷(5)
·黑 匣 子 主 义—— 序
·致联合国秘书长的公开信/杨建利
·开除毛共匪帮“球籍”(一)
·意识形态空前混乱 普世价值荡然无存——中国政治形势讨论会发言稿
· 薄王内讧——究竟孰红孰黑孰是孰非?
· 大陆中国根本无所谓“政党”(大陆中国严重问题之一)
· 大陆中国根本无所谓“国家”
·黑 匣 子 主 义—— 序(修订版)
·讨马讨毛讨共宣言(修订版)
·讨马讨毛讨共宣言(修订版)
·讨马讨毛讨共宣言(修订版)
· 必须攻克毛共匪帮所构筑的现代版“巴士底狱”!
· 这是为什么?这是嘛玩意?
·何谓“言简意赅”?——回复郭国汀GT《讨马讨毛讨共宣言》
· 共产主义,或曰马克思主义,究竟是嘛玩意? ——回应郭国汀《共产党犹如强
· 啊!——偌大一个大监狱
·“茉莉花革命”周年回顾
·是“民主转型”呢还是“告别革命”?——GT郭国汀《访宪政学者王天成 谈民
·毛泽东血腥反人民罪
· 反人民者并非杨继绳 而是毛泽东——GT张三一言《杨继绳没有必要反人民》
·甭管那什么苏格拉底——GT沈良庆“素质论的历史起源”说
·抗日战争究竟是八年还是十四年?——GT郭国汀《中央苏区政权与日本关东军军
·马克思主义究竟是暴力革命论还是暴力反革命论?
·毛泽东反人类 大兴文革大屠杀
·GT:斥侯工们
·瞧!——何等阴森恐怖的非人间
·GT:岂容毛共匪帮威胁与玷污世界和平
·GT:这是一个无与伦比的政治怪胎
·〖警世通言〗之三:莫指“毛共”为“腐败”(修订版)
·GT:莫把“毛共”称“中共”
·GT:"要改革 现在的执政者不行" /胡德华
·GT:郭国汀《中国正在被中共政权加速毁灭》
·GT:簿谷开来杀人案究竟说明了什么?
·GT:哈耶克的糊弄局
·GT:究竟是“政治审判”还是“魔教裁判”?
· GT:奴化教育 天理不容
·GT:马克思主义乃共产魔教主义异端邪说及流氓无赖强盗混账逻辑之集大成者
·GT:毛泽东又奚啻“一根卵毛”之类的玩意儿呢?
·给美国众议院议长的公开信 /杨建利
·美国总统欧巴马在第67届联合国大会发表讲话(全文)
·毛共匪帮“红色政权”必须颠覆
·斥无赖子习近平(一)
·斥无赖子习近平(二)
·斥无赖子习近平(三)
·斥无赖子习近平(四)
·斥无赖子习近平(四•续)
·GT:辛子陵——当今人类最凶恶的敌人(1)
·GT:辛子陵——当今人类最凶恶的敌人(2)
·GT:瞧!——何等黑暗恐怖的活地狱
·GT: 瞧!——好一个人类尊严全然虚无的魔窟
·GT:到底有几个中国?老外永远搞不清
·GT:奥巴马当选连任——不祥之兆
·GT:“中国”——名存而实亡
·GT:是“天灭中共”还是“天灭毛共”?
· GT:孙中山——中国的华盛顿
·GT:鲍彤——很可悲!也很可恶!
·GT:瞧!——这就是中国特色社会主义(1)
·GT:瞧!——这就是中国特色社会主义(2)
·GT:奥巴马当选连任——马克思主义回光返照
·GT:何来“民主转型”?
·GT:中华民族的浩劫与悲哀
·GT:反美——毛魔的既定目标
·GT:无赖子习近平妄图兴灭继绝
· GT:香港——来龙去脉
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给美国众议院议长的公开信 /杨建利

给美国众议院议长的公开信


   
    杨建利
   
    前不久,俄国记者Magnitsky被俄国当局迫害致死,美国众议员Cantor提 出Magnitsky 法案,拟对俄国对该案负责的人权侵害者以及其他的有确证记录的人权侵害官员实施禁止入境美国、冻结其在美国财产等制裁。

    目前,众议院外交委员已经通过了这一提案,并提交众议院讨论,准备进行全体投票。
    然而,世界上有许多国家,比如中国,其人权记录比俄国更加糟糕,对俄国的人权标准和具体措施更应该适用于中国这样的更严重的人权侵害国家。
    基于这个道理,参议员Carsin在参议院提出一个对人权侵害官员实施同样制裁但是涵盖全球的法案。我们紧急呼吁众议院接受Carsin提案,对Cantor方案进行修正扩大为涵盖全球的方案,交赋众议院投票通过,这样Carsin提案在参议院通过的可能性就大大提高。假如参众两院均通过,该全球法案就会变成美国法律,我们制裁中国的人权侵害官员、促进中国的人权改善就有了新的有力的杠杆。
    下面是一封给美国众议院议长的公开信。
    现在紧急征集团体签名,签名不分地域、民 族、国别等。假入您的组织支持这封信,请把组织的英文名称、联络人和联络方式寄至[email protected]
    同时请您广泛传播和征集签名。
   
   The Honorable Speaker Boehner
   United States House
   Washington, D.C. 20515
   
   September 7, 2012
   
   Dear Mr. Speaker,
   
   As you prepare for the House to take up a bill to extend Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) to Russia, we strongly urge you to support the Senate version of the legislation that includes a sanction against global individual human rights abusers.
   
   The expanded Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act, combined in the PNTR bill and originally introduced by Sen. Ben Cardin, is a broad human rights bill that would invoke a travel ban against serious violators of human rights, freeze any U.S. assets they may possess and publish their names. This legislation has significant bipartisan support in both the House and the Senate, and human rights groups around the world also unanimously endorse it.
   
   In our view, the perpetrators for the arrest, imprisonment, torture and death of Mr. Magnitsky in Russia must be held accountable. More critically, we firmly believe this type of accountability should be expanded to other individual human rights abusers who cause unbearable sufferings of many victims in the rest of the world.
   
   As you well know, the International Bill of Human Rights, which includes the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights with its two Optional Protocols and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, calls for protection and accountability of civil and political rights, not only to a country’s own citizens but also to everyone within their jurisdiction.
   
   The remaining totalitarian governments such as the Chinese Communist regime have continue to perpetrate gross violations of international human rights law and their domestic laws against their own citizens. They often get away with this by hiding behind the shield of sovereign immunity. Their victims have no recourse to rectify these injustices despite laws to ensure their rights. Since the U.S. granted PNTR to China in 1999, we have seen a rapid deterioration in the Chinese Government’s human rights record. Recently the Chinese government launched its harshest crackdown on human rights activists in more than a decade for fear of a perceived revolution. It is remarkable that China, our major trading partner, is home to the only jailed Nobel Peace Prize winner in the world, Mr. Liu Xiaobo, who is imprisoned by China for peacefully advocating for human rights.
   
   The legislation under consideration sends an unambiguous warning to gross human rights abusers that “you can run, but you can't hide;” offering an assurance for those human rights victims that the United States will stand by them. Such moral support to those who suffer or risk their lives to fight for civil and political rights is extremely important in a post-Jackson-Vanik era because it will create a new paradigm that will shut off the United States as a haven for these criminals and will also deter them from committing more human rights crimes.
   
   During the Arab spring, the European Union and the United States implemented similar sanctions against serious Libyan human rights violators, and achieved a very positive result. Such sanctions have also worked well in pressing the Burmese Junta government to release political prisoners and open up the country.
   
   Importantly, the legislation won’t hurt trade relations between the U.S. and other countries, nor will it jeopardize American business’ access to global markets, since it targets serious individual human rights violators, not nation states.
   
   We strongly urge you to side with the Senate on this issue. The United States can no longer pretend that the human rights abuses by totalitarian governments has no bearing in the U.S. Support for legislation that sanctions serious individual human rights abusers globally will move U.S. lip service on human rights to reality.
   
   Sincerely yours,
   
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(2012/09/25 发表)
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