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KZRTO 2019-3-26 07:00 PM

美國禁止國際刑事法院阿富汗“戰爭罪”調查成員入境

:smile_o10:衰敗國仲有咩資格講法律,仲有咩資格談公義,仲有咩資格說人權,人渣!!!

美國禁止國際刑事法院阿富汗“戰爭罪”調查成員入境
2019年 3月 16日
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美國禁止國際刑事法院阿富汗“戰爭罪”調查成員入境
美國國務卿稱,國際刑事法院對美國涉嫌戰爭罪的調查可能導致更多製裁。 (Yuri Gripas /路透社)
美國國務卿邁克·蓬佩奧說,美國將撤銷或拒絕國際刑事法院(ICC)人員的簽證,後者調查美軍及其阿富汗盟友可能犯下的戰爭罪行。

“國際刑事法院正在攻擊美國的法治” ,蓬佩奧在15日的新聞發布會上說。 “我現在宣布,對國際刑事法院調查的直接負責個人實施美國簽證限制政策。”

“我們決心保護美國和盟軍的軍事和文職人員,避免他們因為捍衛我們國家所採取的行動而受到不公正的起訴。”

長期以來,美國官員一直認為,總部位於荷蘭的國際刑事法院有敵意,他們認為,美國法院有能力處理任何針對美國軍隊的指控,而蓬佩奧則在必要時制定針對國際刑事法院的訴訟,以防止國際法庭侵犯美國主權。

他補充說:“這些簽證限制也可能被用來阻止國際刑事法院在未經盟友同意的情況下追捕包括以色列人在內的盟友。”

蓬佩奧表示,該政策已經實施,但沒有詳細說明,他引用簽證隱私法。

“這些簽證限制不會是我們努力的終結,”他說,“如果國際刑事法院不改變其路線,我們準備採取額外措施,包括經濟制裁。”

自白宮去年威脅要對國際刑事法院進行報復以來,蓬佩奧本次宣布是美國對該機構採取的第一次具體行動。

'不受阻礙'

總部設在海牙的該法院是首個全球戰爭罪行法庭,它發表聲明說,它將繼續在美國的行動,“不受阻礙”。

聲明表示:“法院是獨立和公正的司法機構,對於確保對國際法規定的最嚴重罪行,追究責任至關重要。”

“作為一個法院,國際刑事法院將繼續按照其任務規定和法治的總體原則,進行獨立的工作,不受阻礙。”

美國從未加入國際刑事法院,該法院檢察官法圖·本蘇達於2017年11月要求法官對阿富汗國家安全部隊,塔利班和哈卡尼網絡戰鬥人員以及美國軍隊自2003年5月以來所犯下的戰爭罪和危害人類罪進行調查。

控方的請求說,有消息稱,美國軍方和情報機構的成員“在阿富汗和其他地方涉嫌對被拘留者的酷刑,殘忍待遇,侵犯個人尊嚴,強姦和性暴力行為,主要是在2003年—2004年”。

法官正在審查檢察官提交的所有材料,並且必須決定是否授權進行調查。巴勒斯坦人還要求法院對以色列提起訴訟。

半島電視台記者帕蒂·庫爾因表示,國際刑事法院調查人員還試圖調查美國軍方的行為,“不僅在阿富汗,而且還在秘密據點上,我們現在知道這些秘密據點遍布全球,在哪裡,人們被秘密拘留幾個月,有些人說,被拘留者遭受酷刑。”

'錯誤的和危險的'

3月15日,法庭支持者抨擊了蓬佩奧的公告。

人權觀察組織稱其為“國際刑事法院懲罰調查人員的狡猾企圖”。

“特朗普政府正試圖終結問責制。”

“那些為國際刑事法院工作的人,針對這些人採取行動,這向酷刑者和殺人犯發出了明確的信息:他們的罪行可能會繼續不受控制。”

大赦國際組織稱這一舉動為“企圖倒退人權保護的政府最近一次對國際司法和國際機構的攻擊”。

美國公民自由聯盟在國際刑事法院代表三人,這三人說,他們在阿富汗受到酷刑,該聯盟稱,這一決定是“錯誤的和危險的”,並且“這是一次前所未有的企圖,要求抹殺有充分記錄的戰爭罪行的國際責任,這些罪行直至今日都在困擾著我們的客戶”。

開放社會司法倡議執行主任詹姆斯·戈德斯頓表示,蓬佩奧的言論反映了政府的觀點,即國際法“只有在符合美國國家利益時才重要”。

國際刑事法院成立於2002年,有123個成員國,包括整個歐洲聯盟,在一個國家不能或不願起訴犯罪者時,起訴戰爭罪,種族滅絕罪或危害人類罪。

其他主要大國,包括俄羅斯和中國,都不是其成員國。

文章來源 : 半島電視台+通訊社

新聞來源連結:
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冷漠的香港人 2019-3-26 07:03 PM

即係話老美想殺便殺,想發動戰爭就發動戰爭,別人不能置喙!

KZRTO 2019-3-26 07:06 PM

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即係話老美想殺便殺,想發動戰爭就發動戰爭,別人不能置喙! [/quote]
US Has Killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 “Victim Nations” Since World War II (First published in November 2015)



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[b]
37 VICTIM NATIONS[/b]
[b]
Afghanistan[/b]
The U.S. is responsible for between 1 and 1.8 million deaths during the war between the Soviet Union and Afghanistan, by luring the Soviet Union into invading that nation.

[b]Angola[/b]
An indigenous armed struggle against Portuguese rule in Angola began in 1961. Three estimates of deaths range from 300,000 to 750,000

[b]Argentina: See South America: Operation Condor[/b]
[b]
Bangladesh: See Pakistan[/b]
[b]
Bolivia[/b]
Hugo Banzer was the leader of a repressive regime in Bolivia in the 1970s, who was trained at the U.S.-operated School of the Americas in Panama and later at Fort Hood, Texas, came back from exile frequently to confer with U.S. Air Force Major Robert Lundin. Assisted by information provided by the CIA, he has been accused of being responsible for 400 deaths during his tenure. [b]Also see: See South America: Operation Condor[/b]
[b]
Brazil: See South America: Operation Condor[/b]
[b]
Cambodia[/b]
U.S. bombing of Cambodia had already been underway for several years in secret under the Johnson and Nixon administrations, but there is little awareness today of the scope of these bombings and the human suffering involved.
U.S. bears responsibility not only for the deaths from the bombings but also for those resulting from the activities of the Khmer Rouge – a total of about 2.5 million people. Even when Vietnam latrer invaded Cambodia in 1979 the CIA was still supporting the Khmer Rouge. [b]Also see Vietnam[/b]
[b]
Chad[/b]
An estimated 40,000 people in Chad were killed and as many as 200,000 tortured by a government, headed by Hissen Habre who was brought to power in June, 1982 with the help of CIA money and arms. He remained in power for eight years.

[b]Chile[/b]
The CIA intervened in Chile’s 1958 and 1964 elections. On September 11, 1973 Allende died either by suicide or by assassination.
During 17 years of terror under Allende’s successor, General Augusto Pinochet, an estimated 3,000 Chileans were killed and many others were tortured or “disappeared.” [b]Also see South America: Ope[/b][b]ration Condor[/b]

[b]China An estimated 900,000 Chinese died during the Korean War. [/b]
[b]For more information, See: Korea.[/b]
[b]
Colombia[/b]
One estimate is that 67,000 deaths have occurred from the 1960s to recent years due to support by the U.S. of Colombian state terrorism.

[b]Cuba[/b]
In the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba on April 18, 1961 which ended after 3 days, 114 of the invading force were killed, 1,189 were taken prisoners and a few escaped to waiting U.S. ships.
Some people estimate that the number of Cuban forces killed range from 2,000, to 4,000. Another estimate is that 1,800 Cuban forces were killed on an open highway by napalm.

[b]Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)[/b]
The beginning of massive violence was instigated in this country in 1879 by its colonizer King Leopold of Belgium. The Congo’s population was reduced by 10 million people over a period of 20 years which some have referred to as “Leopold’s Genocide.” The U.S. has been responsible for about a third of that many deaths in that nation in the more recent past.

[b]Dominican Republic[/b]
In 1965, U.S. invasion cause 3,000 Dominicans died during the fighting. The cover excuse for doing this was that this was done to protect foreigners there.

[b]East Timor[/b]
In December 1975, Indonesia invaded East Timor. This incursion was launched the day after U.S. President Gerald Ford and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had left Indonesia where they had given President Suharto permission to use American arms, which under U.S. law, could not be used for aggression. Daniel Moynihan, U.S. ambassador to the UN. said that the U.S. wanted “things to turn out as they did.” The result was an estimated 200,000 dead out of a population of 700,000.
Sixteen years later, on November 12, 1991, two hundred and seventeen East Timorese protesters in Dili, many of them children, marching from a memorial service, were gunned down by Indonesian Kopassus shock troops who were headed by U.S.- trained commanders Prabowo Subianto (son in law of General Suharto) and Kiki Syahnakri. Trucks were seen dumping bodies into the sea.

[b]El Salvador[/b]

[b]Grenada[/b]

[b]Guatemala[/b]

[b]Haiti[/b]

[b]Honduras[/b]

[b]Hungary[/b]

[b]Indonesia[/b]

[b]Iran[/b]
Iran lost about 262,000 people in the war against Iraq from 1980 to 1988.

[b]Iraq[/b]
The Iraq-Iran War lasted from 1980 to 1988 and during that time there were about 105,000 Iraqi deaths according to the Washington Post.
The U.S. air assault started on January 17, 1991 and it lasted for 42 days. Only about 150 American military personnel died compared to about 200,000 Iraqis. Some of the Iraqis were mercilessly killed on the Highway of Death and about 400 tons of depleted uranium were left in that nation by the U.S.
Other deaths later were from delayed deaths due to wounds, civilians killed, those killed by effects of damage of the Iraqi water treatment facilities and other aspects of its damaged infrastructure and by the sanctions.
In 1995 the Food and Agriculture Organization of the U.N. reported that U.N sanctions against on Iraq had been responsible for the deaths of more than 560,000 children since 1990.
In 1999 UNICEF reported that 5,000 children died each month as a result of the sanction and the War with the U.S.
Richard Garfield later estimated that the more likely number of excess deaths among children under five years of age from 1990 through March 1998 to be 227,000 – double those of the previous decade. Garfield estimated that the numbers to be 350,000 through 2000 (based in part on result of another study). (7)
However, there are limitations to his study. His figures were not updated for the remaining three years of the sanctions. Also, two other somewhat vulnerable age groups were not studied: young children above the age of five and the elderly.
All of these reports were considerable indicators of massive numbers of deaths which the U.S. was aware of and which was a part of its strategy to cause enough pain and terror among Iraqis to cause them to revolt against their government.
Just as the end of the Cold War emboldened the U.S. to attack Iraq in 1991 so the attacks of September 11, 2001 laid the groundwork for the U.S. to launch the current war against Iraq. The total number of Iraqi deaths that are a result of our current Iraq against Iraq War is 654,000, of which 600,000 are attributed to acts of violence, according to Johns Hopkins researchers.

[b]Israeli-Palestinian War[/b]
About 100,000 to 200,000 Israelis and Palestinians, but mostly the latter, have been killed in the struggle between those two groups. The U.S. has been a strong supporter of Israel, providing billions of dollars in aid and supporting its possession of nuclear weapons.

[b]Korea, North and South[/b]

[b]Laos[/b]
From 1965 to 1973 during the Vietnam War the U.S. dropped over two million tons of bombs on Laos – more than was dropped in WWII by both sides. At least 200,000 died. [b]Also See Vietnam[/b]
[b]
Nepal[/b]

[b]Nicaragua[/b]

[b]Pakistan[/b]
In 1971 West Pakistan, an authoritarian state supported by the U.S., brutally invaded East Pakistan. The war ended after India, whose economy was staggering after admitting about 10 million refugees. Three sources estimate that 3 million people died and (5,2,6) one source estimates 1.5 million.

[b]Panama[/b]
In December, 1989 U.S. troops invaded Panama. It has been estimated that between 500 and 4,000 people died.

[b]Paraguay: See South America: Operation Condor[/b]
[b]
Philippines[/b]

[b]South America: Operation Condor[/b]
This was a joint operation of 6 despotic South American governments (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay) to share information about their political opponents. An estimated 13,000 people were killed under this plan.

[b]Sudan[/b]

[b]Uruguay: See South America: Operation Condor[/b]
[b]
Vietnam[/b]
According to a Vietnamese government statement in 1995 the number of deaths of civilians and military personnel during the Vietnam War was 5.1 million.
Since deaths in Cambodia and Laos were about 2.7 million (See Cambodia and Laos) the estimated total for the Vietnam War is 7.8 million.
The Virtual Truth Commission provides a total for the war of 5 million, and Robert McNamara, former Secretary Defense, according to the New York Times Magazine says that the number of Vietnamese dead is 3.4 million.

[b]Yugoslavia[/b]
Here are estimates of some, if not all, of the internal wars in Yugoslavia. All wars: 107,000; Bosnia and Krajina: 250,000; Bosnia: 20,000 to 30,000; Croatia: 15,000; (6) and Kosovo: 500 to 5,000.


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tinnit 2019-3-26 10:10 PM

[size=3]霉國根本就係戰爭制造者,破壞世界和平者...[/size]

chiangmaiwolf 2019-3-26 10:16 PM

人權大國
國際標準:smile_o01:

tktprim 2019-3-26 10:18 PM

不久將來,全球反美!
只有香港泛民親美!

[[i] 本帖最後由 tktprim 於 2019-3-26 10:19 PM 編輯 [/i]]

織田信長 2019-3-26 10:18 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]KZRTO[/i] 於 2019-3-26 07:00 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=496834351&ptid=28118454][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
:smile_o10:衰敗國仲有咩資格講法律,仲有咩資格談公義,仲有咩資格說人權,人渣!!!

美國禁止國際刑事法院阿富汗“戰爭罪”調查成員入境
2019年 3月 16日
https://chinese.aljazeera.net/File/GetImageCustom/15e36fed-b5d8-4ddd-9299-62a0710581c9/875/490
美國 ... [/quote]


笑撚死,比全世界睇美帝有幾惡:lol:lol:lol

tailing 2019-3-26 10:22 PM

只要美國話無罪就無罪,國際刑事法院好多事。

垃圾草油 2019-3-27 02:55 AM

仲惡過華秀隻狗

beegeejk 2019-3-27 03:21 AM

美帝講既係"人拳"邊個大邊個就最正確:smile_o11:

Wansy 2019-3-27 03:23 AM

民生自由有人權喎!:smile_38:

Silvermind 2019-3-27 03:24 AM

[quote]原帖由 [i]tktprim[/i] 於 2019-3-26 10:18 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=496843042&ptid=28118454][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
不久將來,全球反美!
只有香港泛民親美! [/quote]
犯民是美狗養的:smile_39:

Silvermind 2019-3-27 03:25 AM

美狗就是侵略殺人放火 咩都做得出:smile_30:
民條撚主咩:smile_30:

[[i] 本帖最後由 Silvermind 於 2019-3-27 03:29 AM 編輯 [/i]]

kwan1516 2019-3-27 04:09 AM

美國是甚麼一個國家大家心裡有數~民主、言論自由、人權,呢D權利在任何國家通常都會受到美國不同程度的限制,佢運軍火去攪人地國家,事後又懶正義咁鬧其他國干預。佢老美根本係世界頭號恐怖份子,美國是最殘忍同獨裁的國家:@ :@ :@

借錢梗要還 2019-3-27 05:33 AM

上次香港唔俾馬凱入境個陣撲出黎猛咁吠班狗死哂?
妓協死哂?泛民死哂?:smile_41:

睇天做人 2019-3-27 06:24 AM

公義?!:fst_002::fst_002::fst_002:

人之初大大 2019-3-27 08:24 AM

[quote]原帖由 [i]KZRTO[/i] 於 2019-3-26 07:00 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=496834351&ptid=28118454][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
:smile_o10:衰敗國仲有咩資格講法律,仲有咩資格談公義,仲有咩資格說人權,人渣!!!

美國禁止國際刑事法院阿富汗“戰爭罪”調查成員入境
2019年 3月 16日
https://chinese.aljazeera.net/File/GetImageCustom/15e36fed-b5d8-4ddd-9299-62a0710581c9/875/490
美國 ... [/quote]


美國恐怖主義已無人能阻,人類可悲

KZRTO 2019-3-29 08:42 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]tinnit[/i] 於 2019-3-26 10:10 PM 發表 [url=https://news.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=496842722&ptid=28118454][img]https://news.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
霉國根本就係戰爭制造者,破壞世界和平者... [/quote]
老尾腫筒選舉是全球最大貪腐的選舉,收受軍火商無上限資助,周圍挑起戰爭.人渣國!!

Zexist 2019-3-29 09:19 PM

民主人權自由的美國, 怕什麼?!:smile_o11:

laws168 2019-3-30 12:03 AM

這就是西方民主國家典範:smile_o13:

littlekid2047 2019-3-30 12:18 AM

鹵味正撲街冚家剷

亞藍米 2019-3-30 12:57 AM

鎖國吧:smile_30::smile_30::smile_30:

siutatbo 2019-3-30 12:58 AM

身有屎喎!:smile_30:

無盡回收的主題 2019-3-30 01:50 AM

如果細心觀察,那些自稱民主的人仕/國家,其性格和行為都是獨裁霸道。

共享陽光 2019-3-30 01:51 AM

唔慌開心點睇?

cwilson1 2019-3-30 08:45 AM

[quote]原帖由 [i]借錢梗要還[/i] 於 2019-3-27 05:33 AM 發表 [url=https://news.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=496851940&ptid=28118454][img]https://news.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
上次香港唔俾馬凱入境個陣撲出黎猛咁吠班狗死哂?
妓協死哂?泛民死哂?:smile_41: [/quote]


唔係死咗,係見佢地主人惡行又暴光,所以即刻扮盲。:smile_30:

kks668 2019-3-30 08:53 AM

真希望香港嗰啲黃泛議員和什麼人權組織可否出來講兩句。

cwilson1 2019-3-30 08:57 AM

[quote]原帖由 [i]無盡回收的主題[/i] 於 2019-3-30 01:50 AM 發表 [url=https://news.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=496993525&ptid=28118454][img]https://news.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
如果細心觀察,那些自稱民主的人仕/國家,其性格和行為都是獨裁霸道。 [/quote]


但美國是唯一一個疑似性格分裂,將自己所犯的惡行,推諉他国繼而理直氣壯的去侵略,掠奪,毁滅他國的惡魔。

Kahim 2019-3-30 08:59 AM

美國殺人係為正義,再查,連你都殺埋

cwilson1 2019-3-30 09:00 AM

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