And to say a leader would go to war to resolve such a travesty just means we'd demand human rights for our own people to the point of declaring war to enforce them. If a country doesn't have the ability to wage war on the U.S., too f'ing bad for their people I guess. It's a nice version of rights you got there - essentially, if you're a powerful country, your people get them. If you're not, then your people don't have any and the U.S. has no responsibility to recognize any human rights for non-Americans. So they're not rights, but whatever can be enforced at the end of a gun.