o ALL EXCEPT but ALL INCLUSIVE".
Why don't the USA abide by this declaration and teach it in the school system? Most US citizens have never heard of this agreement... WHY?…
ould be protected by the rule of law,
THE PROFANE LAW YES, THE HUMAN BEINGS LAW, THAT IS NOT MEANT FOR OTHERS, ONLY THEM.
THE COSMIC UNIVERSAL/NATURE , NO. THIS HUMAN BEING LAWS DO NOT OBEY.
THESE DIVINE KNOWING TIMES, NOT BELIEVING, KNOWING AND STILL ESPECIALLY OUR PEOPLE STILL DO NOT KNOW WHO IS THE REAL HUMAN BEINGS, THOSE WHO WRITES/IMPLEMENTS THESE LAWS TO PROTECT THEM (THE HUMAN BEINGS), AND NOT OTHERS. AT THIS TIME 2013, I WILL NO LONGER HOLD BACK THE REAL AND RAW TRUTH/REALITY, AND THAT IS ALL WHO UNKNOWINGLY/KNOWINGLY IDENTIFIES THEMSELVES AS HUMAN BEINGS ONLY ARE EQUAL TO THE EVIL HUMAN BEING WHO MADE OTHERS IN THE EVIL HUMAN BEING IMAGE, YES, YES, YES. TO SAY WE ARE HUMAN BEINGS ONLY, IS EVIL, EVIL, EVIL, NO STUTTERING. WE LIVE IN EVIL CONCEPTS, IDEAS/IDEOLOGIES/PROGRAMS...AND THE LIKES OF. IN THE MIDST OF WHAT IS CALL EVIL CONCEPTS AND IDEAS, WE MUST DIVINELY STRIVE AND BE THE DIVINE SCIENTIST OUR PEOPLE ONCE WERE, AND FIND OUR DIVINE ORIGINAL TRUE SELVES IN THE MIDST OF EVIL CONCEPTS AND IDEAS.
THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,
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,
Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,
Whereas it is essential to promote the development of friendly relations between nations,
Whereas the peoples of the United Nations have in the Charter reaffirmed their faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights of men and women and have determined to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom,
Ever word underlined and bolded (Above) and words liken unto those words makes me feel vomitious LIKE (puking).eVERY bLACK AFRIKAN EVERYWHERE WHEN THEY HEAR THE WORDS HUMAN BEING THEY SHOULD FEEL THE SAME.
The Foundation of International Human Rights Law
Humberto Calamari of Panama, Vice-Chairman of the UN General Assembly's Third (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) Committee, presiding, in 1958, over a meeting on the draft International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - which built on the achievement of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, using it as its foundation. (UN Photo)
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is generally agreed to be the foundation of international human rights law. Adopted in 1948, the UDHR has inspired a rich body of legally binding international human rights treaties. It continues to be an inspiration to us all whether in addressing injustices, in times of conflicts, in societies suffering repression, and in our efforts towards achieving universal enjoyment of human rights.
It represents the universal recognition that basic rights and fundamental freedoms are inherent to all human beings, inalienable and equally applicable to everyone, and that every one of us is born free and equal in dignity and rights. Whatever our nationality, place of residence, gender, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status, the international community on December 10 1948 made a commitment to upholding dignity and justice for all of us.
THE DRAFTERS OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
THE DRAFTING COMMITTEE
Top row, from left: Dr. Charles Malik (Lebanon) Alexandre Bogomolov (USSR) Dr. Peng-chun Chang (China)
Middle row, from left:
René Cassin (France)
Eleanor Roosevelt (US)
Charles Dukes (United Kingdom)
Bottom row, from left:
William Hodgson (Australia)
Hernan Santa Cruz (Chile)
Those above are the drafters the, THE DRAFTERS OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. There are no Black Afrikan Being among these Beings who apparently identifies themselves as "HUMANS/HUMAN BEINGS/HUMANITY.
HUMAN BEINGS AND DIVINE BEINGS
Divine Scholars only, correct me if I have error in my attempt to learn and teach.
Most of our people will not comprehend this being shared until the below happens, and the below will happen and then know what it will be like to live in a hellish on like pop corn concrete jungle we are already in. If the Lion, Tiger, and All of Nature Spirits aren't in us now, we are already collateral damage.
does is based on making good business decisions. These decisions are not always in the interest of common people and sometimes these decisions are actually not in the interest of the common people.
Now, the long answer: History tells us that although the USA supported the passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the declaration has absolutely no influence, legally, over what a nation can or cannot do to it's people. This declaration was created due to the inhumane treatment of the common people in the aftermath of WWII.
However, during the 1970's, an attempt was made to create sub-sets of this Universal Declaration, that would have some teeth in it, forcing the nations to protect their specific rights.
The Declaration consists of thirty articles which have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, regional human rights instruments, national constitutions, and other laws. The International Bill of Human Rights consists of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and its two Optional Protocols. In 1966, the General Assembly adopted the two detailed Covenants, which complete the International Bill of Human Rights. In 1976, after the Covenants had been ratified by a sufficient number of individual nations, the Bill took on the force of international law.
The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) is a multilateral treaty adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 16 December 1966, and in force from 3 January 1976. It commits its parties to work toward the granting of economic, social, and cultural rights (ESCR) to the Non-Self-Governing and Trust Territories and individuals, including labour rights and the right to health, the right to education, and the right to an adequate standard of living. As of 2014, the Covenant had 162 parties. A further seven countries, including the United States of America, had signed but not yet ratified the Covenant.
Clearly, the USA will not ratify the Covenant, because then they become subject to the canons of international law, which they have avoided for many years. I repeat, America is a business. Our ancestors were brought here to provide the free labor necessary to tame a vast, wild continent and create the wealthiest and most powerful nation the world has ever known. At every turn, the Europeans who invaded and currently inhabit the land of America, have systematically denied our people almost every opportunity to establish our own economic, social and cultural soil in which our people could grow and flourish.
All of this is in fulfillment of Deuteronomy 28:15-68, which many of our people deny, in which we have been identified as a "cursed" people by God. However, the history and prophecy dove tail into an exact match and cannot be denied by reasonable people. We cannot look to the nations, especially the European, for solutions to our problems, because they are the problem. We cannot remove their foot from our necks militarily, politically or religiously. In all of these areas, the European holds the upper hand. What are we to do, as a people, to get out of this mess? Obey the Law of the Most High God. Sue for forgiveness and peace with our Creator while there is still time, for he is moving right now to destroy all of these nations we see today. Soon they will be gone and only a memory. (Dan. 2:44) Now is the time to sue for peace, my people. Peace with the Most High and peace with one another. Those who fail will perish. Shalom.…
ings, and this is very difficult for Black people to accept, because of how much we "want" to be accepted by white people to be their equal, a status that is only an illusion and not Real.
In the eyes of White Oligarchy Racist white Men, they clearly stated that only White people are considered to be Human Beings, they are those who declared Black people not to be a complete Human, so any White imperialist institutional constitutional document outlining the prescribed Rights to be honored and respected by white people, is an inalienable Right to be enjoyed by white people.
The Time those documents, titled to be Human Rights Constitution, written to govern White European Imperialist Nation, Black People was serving to be the property of White people, either in a Living state of Chattel slavery, Shackled in servitude of Chattel slavery, Colonization, Jim Crow type White Racism, a clear verification of evidence that Black people were not received to be equal to white people, they being the Human Beings upon this Earth.
Therefore, to be Human is to be White, or shall I share, to be non Black, which have Black people to be of a Different Pigment Form from White people, which verify the True identity of Black people, which is a Divine Black Being and not a Human Being.
Why do you Black people think you Black folks had to be Amended into white folks constitutions which serve as a policy document for their institution, even in America, Black people are an Amendment, Grandfathered into the U, S. Constitution, now claim to be a U. S. Citizen, and the United Nation constitution at the time of its inception, did not cover the Black Afrikan Nation.
Afrika today is still being treated by the Europeans imperialist, as colonies of White Europeans Nations.
When are you Black people going to wake up and see the world as white people have constructed it to be, a world of Human Beings Rights, and not Universal Divine Inalienable Rights?
only 1 law Universal law , Gods law do not harm anyone, or destroy property . This currently continues today with the likes of messy Jessy, Al Sharptone that are all Masons and because most of you do not inner stand this we all pay a price , and yes we Pay dearly when we do not have to ! , Go and listen to the Video I just posted and learn how to stop all of this . Read the public notices in your local newspaper learn how government really works and how to stop all the madness Now ! http://youtu.be/AHCY0jlzFN4…
a has long been the self appointed global leader on human rights, pointing out the shortcomings of others. But now the tables have turned. According to the United Nations Human Rights Council, incidents of injustice are taking place on US soil.
The point was made in Geneva, Switzerland at the Human Rights Council’s first comprehensive review of Washington’s record. The council released a Universal Periodic Review Tuesday, listing 228 recommendations on how the US can do better.
“Close Guantanamo and secret detention centers throughout the world, punish those people who torture, disappear and execute detainees arbitrarily,” said Venezuelan delegate German Mundarain Hernan.
The US has dismissed many recommendations calling them political provocations by hostile countries.
Yet even America’s allies are highlighting grave flaws. France and Ireland are demanding Obama follow through on the promise to close Guantanamo Bay. Britain, Belgium and dozens of others have called on the US to abolish the death penalty.
For many, it’s the ultimate hypocrisy. How can a state with roughly 3,000 people on death row lecture the world about humanity? Many say the prime example is Mumia abu Jamal, viewed by some as America’s very own political prisoner.
“The United States, the perpetrator of gross human right violations is using human rights as a political football against its enemies.Its enemies are not enemies because they violate human rights necessarily, but because the US wants to change the government in their country,” said Brian Becker, Director of A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition in Washington, DC.
The country often criticizing adversaries like Syria, Iran and North Korea for oppressing its citizens, is now faced with defending domestic practices like indefinite detention, poor prison conditions, and racial profiling.
America is home to the world's largest prison population, with 2.3 million people currently behind bars.
Children can be sentenced to life in prison and more than 100 undocumented immigrants have died behind bars while awaiting deportation from the US.
Increasing discrimination against Muslims has become another blemish on America’s human rights record. Hundreds have been arrested in so-called FBI foiled terror plots involving government paid informants accused of manufacturing and setting up the crime. It is a practice other countries term entrapment.…
ave been molded in the selfishness of "WANT".
The devil, Satan, Lucifer, the three descriptive terms referring to the same source, white, Arab, Zionist elites, those people with a history of demeaning and oppressing Black Afrikan people, they fooling you black people to believe and not to know, that civil rights and Human rights come out from the same evil mind, and the both do not relate to Freedom, Justice, and Independence for Black so call Afrikan people.
I will just stay focus at this time on the Black Afrikans in America, and the many of us who have morphed to become Black Afrikan Americans, they that place their lives in the vice of Civil and human rights, expecting Justice to arrive from the pursuit of such life living standard, when in fact, such standard is the creation of Lucifer the human being, that body of flesh that has established a pattern that reveal they have no respect for the Black Afrikan life.
Yet, we Black people who now place all of our trust in those who categorize and classify life living Beings, and the privileges that life is to expect and experience while being lived, and they are the people who is responsible for the way black people live to believe about life, and more especially about our black life.
So, to black people in America, here by way of the middle passage journey, all of our life pursuit is about making our life better and hoping for change in our present life living condition that will cause us to advance in the way we have been conditioned what to expect from such a life, which is what Civil Rights and Human Rights entail and is all about, in a world of evil, which is dominated and controlled by the powerful filthy wealthy, those who are in authority to determine the civil and human rights that is to be extended to the black life, which carry no freedom and justice that will be experienced by the black so call Afrikan life.
Civil rights and human rights, experiences hat is determine by whomever is the creator of Religion, a kind of a Being that has no respect for Nature design and is in competition with nature, when Nature does not confide in Mankind, but is the extension of the Divine Essence, The God Intrinsic in the infinite universe, as well as the Physical Universe, each serving as the verification of the Divine Essence to all things, animate and inanimate.
So Beloved, we Black people are in pursuit of the wrong life experience, we should be involved in the natural rights afforded to Life, because of the Nature Of The Universe, which exhibit an action experiencing the Divinity of its movement, which is movement that is in Harmony, Order, and Balance with the natural Law that guide the universe, and that law verify all Life is interconnected, and the universe which is alive, all life does constitute to be in dynamic active revolving with and around each member of the Universe, which take no dictate from so call mankind, now dominated by Lucifer the Human Being, the sworn enemy to the Black so call Afrikan Life.
Therefore, for the Black life to be in want for Civil and human rights, and want is a created carnal aspect of life, such makes the Black life to be under the Human Being persuasion, and in civil and Human rights, freedom and justice is not a goal set for all Human Being life, just belief, faith, hope, want, privileges, and advancement, and never independence and sovereignty for the Black Divine Life, a Life deserving of the natural Right to experience its Divinity, a life of nature design that has it to function in Harmony, Order, and Balance when active in the process of Profound reasoning, irrefutable rationalization with the verification of uninhibited logic, enabling you to be able to know and understand the Divine truth about the Black life, which is revealed at the conclusion of the use of such a mental exercise, conducted by a Divine Mind, a Mind that once guided the Black so call Afrikan life to know the difference in that which is of nature design as oppose to that which is the Human Being design, a design of Civil and Human Rights, which carry no dignity for the Black Divine being, now turned Human Being.
Divine Being has always been exposed to the Natural Right to life and has calmly lived a life in accordance to Nature Divine Design, comprising of the Law of not the Human Being, but that of the Universe, a Law that is unchangeable Just, and is without Human motive, a Universal Law it is, that is of Nature, which is Divine.
Civil and Human rights maintain the status of the Black life living, and that status is a reflection of the self ignorance of black Afrikan people in the world today, you who once were divine beings upon this earth.
lavement of humanity is replete throughout history. The reason is simple. The nature of societies allows corrupt sociopaths and malicious methods of domination to rule. The chronicles of any era clearly documents that liberty is rare. Inherent Autonomy is the intrinsic nature of the human condition. However, in the eternal struggle to achieve individual freedom, governments operate as overseers in invented schemes to herd human beasts into inhuman subjugation. The rule of the rulers over the resistance of the ruled is reality.
Nevertheless, not all people are aware of this conflict. In today’s America, a huge majority actually believes it is sensible that governments have the ability to bestow rights and privileges. Dedicated readers of Breaking All The Rules are familiar with the arguments that challenge the legitimacy of the federal government. However, how many really understand that the political practice of extortion is universal among ruling regimes and based upon a common axiom of plunder.
nscience of humankind.”
Although this statement appears in the Preamble of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), it could easily apply to the current plight of the people in Syria, the terrorist acts of heavily armed fundamentalists against civilian populations, the drug cartel wars, and other ongoing acts of violence.
As we approach the anniversary of the UDHR on 10 December 2015, are we any closer to the promise of a universal respect for human rights than we were 67 years ago? Was World War II the height of human violence, or has violence, in all its forms, continued unabated?(1) What effect has the UDHR and implementation of human rights in other declarations and treaties had on violence?
Violence in All Its Forms
Adherence to the human rights enumerated in the UDHR and various treaties has reduced large-scale armed conflict. Yet violence continues. The international conflicts in Russia/Ukraine, Israel/Palestine, and Syria seem to be reigniting the Cold War. Civil war and internal conflicts in Yemen, the Democratic Republic of Congo and among religious and ethnic groups in Afghanistan and Iraq threaten regional stability. And supranational terrorist violence has overtaken state upon state violence as a threat to global stability. The threat of violence by nuclear devices still looms large. It is actually more alarming now because the iron fist of control over nuclear weapons and material and nuclear power plants has diminished.
Because the media focuses on large-scale international and regional aggression, violent acts of armed militias, insurgents, local gangs, street crime, gun violence, and mental, physical, and economic abuse tend to be downplayed. Even as traditional warfare wanes, this day-to-day violence takes a great toll on many people’s lives, yet national governments have not prioritized dealing with these human rights violations in their political agendas.
Underlying Causes of Violence
What is causing all of this violence despite the enumeration of human rights in the Declaration and international treaties such as the Covenants on Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights?
Although inter-state wars may have reduced(2), the root causes of violence remain due to the disparity in social, political and economic conditions that nation-states perpetuate. Because of advances in technology, the ability to wage violence has been democratized. Now anyone with a cell phone and a social media account can find recruits for their violent cause. The rise in individual violence has coincided with the ease of communication and technological tools that transcend borders.
The nation-state system perpetuates aggression, entrenching structural violence, by separating us into competing groups. We compete for resources and advantages over one another rather than work together and share knowledge. When we cannot fulfill our rights and needs, this leads to humiliation and deprivation which then leads to violence.
In the past hundred years, humans have made great strides in the access to and administration of justice around the world. Properly functioning legal systems allow for individual participation in the government and for redress when the government fails to respect our rights. In places where people have no say in their government or face daily oppression and fear, the likelihood of violent actions dramatically increases.(3)
We must remember that all forms of violence are illegal under local, national and international law. Violence by citizens against citizens, by “civilians” against “civilians,” and by “combatants” against “civilians” are prohibited by local criminal laws, by national statutes, and by international humanitarian laws, such as the Geneva Conventions.
Dealing with the Root Causes of Violence
How can respect for human rights reduce violence? What engenders peace?
We need to deal with the root causes of violence(4) by affirming human rights for everyone, everywhere.
We need to understand that exploitation can be eliminated by establishing rules of engagement in corporations, governments, commerce and economics with equality and fair labor practices.
We need to understand that in an interdependent world, attempting to achieve dominance will only harm all of us in the long run. We need to understand how to use land, resources and the power to control both in indigenous and sustainable ways. If one region of the world is doing poorly, then it will affect another region.
We need to understand that we have alternatives to revenge. People will less feel the need to take violent action when there are legal forms of redress available to everyone locally, regionally and globally.
We need to understand that our ideology impacts our way of life. We need to move toward an earth and human-centered understanding.
The UDHR and the Stemming of Violence
What does the UDHR say about violence? Can law counter violence?
Article 3 of the UDHR states “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person.” All of our other rights depend upon us being alive, free and safe.
Building capacity in legal institutions, the access to justice, and participation in government, sharing economic prosperity through equality of opportunity and outcome in standards of living, and educating about world citizenship and cultural awareness can reduce and prevent violence in all communities, local and global. Although the Internet and technology have democratized violence, they have also democratized peace, providing individuals and communities with the power to create livingry(5), instead of weaponry.
As we celebrate this anniversary of the Declaration, let us reconsider the importance of fully implementing the UDHR to deal with sources of violence. The Declaration’s Preamble confirms that “it is essential, if (humans are) not be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law.” Aggression and war should no longer be tools of human interaction, even as “a last resort.” Violence must no longer be considered useful or even tolerable. To reduce or eliminate violence as ongoing and acceptable choice, global institutions of law creation, adjudication and implementation are required. We need a fully-functioning World Court of Human Rights and regional human rights systems. We need a World Police Force that can intervene everywhere in the world regardless of human-made borders.
Article 28 of the UDHR confirms that “Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized.” That social and international order requires global institutions of law, which will provide systems and procedures to deal with violence in all its forms and at every level of human interaction.
The final Article of the Declaration (Article 30), confirms that no “State, group or person (has) any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms” enumerated in the Declaration. We have a legal obligation to interact peacefully with everyone else, to recognize that violence only destroys our rights and freedoms.
To achieve a non-violent world, we must consider our self-perception through the lens of world citizenship and outward action through the process of world law and government.
(1) Violence due to war and organized crime has reduced according to Human Security Research Group. http://www.hsrgroup.org/docs/Publications/HSR2013/HSR_2013_Press_Release.pdf
Statistics about violence, however, do not account for everyday unreported violence nor do they adequately account for non-lethal violence.
(2) Gleditsch, K. S. and Pickering, S. (2014), Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf. The Economic History Review, 67: 214–230
(3) “Access to justice supports sustainable peace by affording the population a more attractive alternative to violence in resolving personal and political disputes.” http://www.usip.org/guiding-principles-stabilization-and-reconstruction-the-web-version/7-rule-law/access-justice
(4) According to Harvard Psychology Professor Steven Pinker, the four main root causes of violence are exploitation, dominance, revenge, and ideology. http://edge.org/conversation/mc2011-history-violence-pinker
(5) “Humanity’s Critical Path: From Weaponry to Livingry” by R. Buckminster Fuller, http://www.designsciencelab.com/resources/HumanitysPath_BF.pdf
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