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NEW YORK, March 13. /ITAR-TASS/. US-based non-governmental human rights and anti-war organization Answer Coalition has launched a campaign to prevent US financial aid for Kiev.
A letter form was placed on its official website on Wednesday for any American resident to send it to US legislators and the White House directly from the website.
Any person may send this letter or change it, and it is automatically sent to the email box of U.S. President Barack Obama and to legislators who represent the state of the sender in the Congress.
The organization notes the new self-appointed government in Kiev is a coalition between right-wing and outright fascist forces, and the line between the two is often difficult to discern. It is not a surprise for anyone that for millions of Ukrainians, Russians, Greeks, Jews and others, it is intolerable to live under the rule of such a government.
The Answer Coalition, which was formed shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, organized many demonstrations in large US cities in recent years, including against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. More than 200,000 people participated in demonstrations.