The American Bill of Rights is a restriction of government to interfer with the inherent rights of Man. The Bill of Rights is essentially the Freedom to Achieve. Human Rights are those rights granted by the United Nations in the Declaration on Human Rights. Article #30 of that Declaration states that you, nor any State possess the right to disagree with or in any way impede the objectives and philosophy of the United Nations, a New World Order. Which would you prefer to live under?
And who gives the UN the authority to grant rights?
They have no power unless people chose to submit themselves to such an authority.
It's the Bill of Rights for me, which doesn't grant anything but only recognizes the rights inherent by existence in all human beings.
To answer your question Poppa Blues; China, Russia, England, France and Rooselvelt.
The only authority France has ever given anyone was the right to surrender!
And who gives those countries the authority to elect the UN as the giver of rights?
Thats why it is called totalitarianism, social democracy or Marxism. It is all contained in the UN Charter and Declaration on Human Rights, an international treaty, enforced by international law, which supercedes the Constitution, sorry to say. Treason by treaty.
It is all ran under American control. Not sure that there would be a huge difference.
Not that looney bin we call the UN thats for damn sure! If we kicked their stupid crap all the way to Europe it wouldn't be too soon for me!
The rights in our consititution are those delivered by God. Now there are a list of human rights, to a job, a home, medical care, care for the elderly, and care for the children, to list a view. Oh and by the way those rights are also listed in the USSR constitution dated 1977.
Have you read these documents, in full? Has anyone? I haven't read the American document and have only read the UN document in part.
I'll take the only two rights I require.
(a) Right To Life,
(b) Right To Choose(or of Choice).
Every other right thought of is covered by those two.
Just my thoughts.
Yep - wingnuts are going to a have a fit over a documant which prohibits slavery, forbids unlawful dentention, prohibits torture and generally affirms the rights of man - not just Americans. Article 30 doesn't remotely say what the autor of this post suggests it does.
But go ahead with your irrational feeding frenzy without any logic or truth. wingnuts....
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