Is human rights about a government or UN document or about natural rights?

I must state categorically that “Human Rights” is not about any government or quasi-government or so-called “global governance” document that a bunch of frauds put together, even with flowery words they never intended to fulfill. They use it as an arbitrary whipping post on any state, or now individuals, that they see as an impediment to total world power.

The genocides in Rwanda-Burundi and Southern Sudan got zero notice from these oligarchs. The “central government” of Sudan slaughtered two million, that’s 2,000,000 Christians, and the Controlled Media ignored it. Oh, but Darfur, and its “animists” that was different ey?

The genocide of the town Tawergha of 10,000 black folks got no attention from them either.

So they’re all bent out of shape over Syria and the use of chemical weapons against civilians, but not about revealing who really did it? And of course censoring all official mention that USG is supplying arms to al Qaeda? Where are all the ahem “official” “human rights” groups.

Human rights is all about the natural rights of every human being to be free from aggression by others. It is the right to expect to be treated according to the non-aggression principle, which is, no one should induced by another to do something or not do something by force or the threat of force or by fraud.

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One Response to “Is human rights about a government or UN document or about natural rights?”

  1. trutherator Says:

    For example, look at this platitude-laden paragraph outrageous for the hypocrisy of its writers and its signators:

    “Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people,”

    There is no human agency, never has been, that has been able to ever even “aspire” to “freedom from fear and want”. Guarantees of “freedom from want” are guarantees of despotic regimes of massive theft. They certainly don’t mean it in the sense that Christ-followers have always meant it. They mean a “government” that robs some of the people from others.

    They blocked the Bosnians from getting the weapons they needed to repel the Serbs. That’s a guarantee of fear, not freedom from it. Their propaganda feeds the fear of poverty without helping alleviate it. United Nations employees in Honduras get salaries double of those of North Americans, glorified “community organizers”.

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