The Fallacy of Human Rights
I received an interesting comment on my last post on the Illuminati by a chap named Duke. He said –
Peace be with the reader.
The idea of human rights is flawed.
In reality human rights are special privileges granted to those who conform to the corrupt world system.
My response –
You’re right. I’m not sure why I’ve always equated human rights with what I believe is ‘right & wrong.’ After reading this it certainly puts things into perspective. In fact I hope you don’t mind if I highlight this.
There are a couple of religious references in this ‘Human Rights’ link I’m sure many folk will appreciate. I prefer to stick to hard facts for I believe religion is but a concoction of man’s imagination but then again, if only we lived by the rule – ‘do unto others what you would have them do unto you.’ Seems so perfectly reasonable. Sadly, as this link shows, the human mind is easily programmable.
“Every person is entitled to certain rights – simply by the fact that they are a human being. They are “rights” because they are things you are allowed to be, to do or to have.”
The corruption of the world system is blatantly obvious in the idea of ‘human rights’. It is blatantly obvious in the above mentioned quote from the youthforhumanrights organization: ‘they are things you are allowed to be, to do or to have’. (my emphasis)
The question is this: Allowed by whom? Who is it that grants these ‘rights’? From whence comes the permission? Whom is the giver? The answer is obvious; the state, the corrupted system which has been fabricated by irrational man.
There can be no such thing as ‘rights’ unless they are granted. The word ‘right’ implies “to grant or to give permission”, ‘rights’ have to be given. Without this connotation the word ‘right’ becomes meaningless.
Might is right, and rights are a privilege that can be taken away by the mighty. – Fredi Hazeem
Sadly, yes indeed. When asked why do you do that, the reply was ‘because we can!’