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Human Rights

Human rights are natural rights that are universally endowed to all human beings by virtue of existence. These rights are not given to us by the constitution but by Nature. All people are born with Natural Rights. Natural rights are not provided by the constitution but merely protected by the constitution. Natural human rights are universal freedoms which can be exercised by all people in harmony and without conflict.

Some people think that the constitution gives certain rights. The constitution doesn’t give any  rights, Existence gave us those rights. Naturally all human beings have been given life, freedom, liberty, and choice. It wasn’t too long ago that America didn’t recognize natives, people of color, or women as equal human beings. Just forty years ago in America it was okay for African Americans and women to have second class citizenship.There have been people who have stood up to the oppression when those rights had been taken and had fought and died for those rights until they were finally won back for people in our generation. Natural rights have been given by God, stolen by tyrants, and won back by patriots.

Human rights have not always been preserved for all people; even today millions of people suffer unjust violations of human rights. Not all natural human rights are universally protected in every nation’s constitution. Some nations preserve human rights within their own borders but do not abide by such laws internationally. In the Declaration of Independence it is said that people are naturally entitled to the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness but no such human rights are defined in the United States constitution. The U.S constitution has a bill of civil rights but the Constitution was obviously not drafted with such a predominant display of human rights in mind. These civil rights are reserved for U.S. citizens only on U.S. soil.

As the term human rights naturally implies such rights must be preserved for all people of the earth equally without exception. These rights are for all human beings and not just those who are citizens of a privileged society or a group of people belonging to a certain nation. Every human being is entitled to the protection of natural rights regardless of any personal distinction. These rights extend across the entire earth and throughout the universe. Human rights are not restricted to a certain region of space but are applicable universally.

There are essential human rights that are unalienable; therefore it is essential to mention that the constitution is an equal rite for all people of the earth. These human rights are the fundamental conditions required to live a life of peace and prosperity. As these rights are unalienable they must be secured for all human beings equally. Neither law, government, or any corporation, or enterprise shall have priority above maintaining the security of human rights. No person is excluded from human rights; law is not above human rights; government is not above the law; corporations are not above the government; banks are not above the control of the collective government; the preservation of human rights stands above all else and should be predominantly featured at the very beginning of the constitution. The preservation of human rights is not above any individual person and it must be initially stated that all people are included in the protection that extends across the entire Earth.



Constitution of the Earth - Article 2 – Natural Rights

-It is the first and foremost duty of law and responsibility of government
+to protect and ensure the preservation of natural rights
-These human rights are considered to be: sacred, self-evident, inalienable, inviolable, and immutable

-To exist
-To maintain the integrity of vital functions:
+cognition, circulation, respiration, hydration, nutrition, excretion, sleep, sensation, mobility, reproduction
+To: think, pump, breath, drink, eat, urinate, defecate, rest, sense, move, mate
-Ownership, authority, and control of ones own life
+including: body, emotion, mind, and spirit
+and all personal aspects of character and identity

-The right to reproduce
-Upon conception parents have the right
+to carry a pregnancy to term
+or terminate the pregnancy
+upon mutual consent of both parents
+or by the woman in cases of: rape, incest, or medical precaution
-Infants have the right to be born
+and to be safely delivered into a dignified world that is able to provide vital sustenance

-Parents have equal and joint custody of their children
-Parents have the ultimate right and authority
+to raise their children according to their own customs
+and to make decisions on the behalf of their children until the child is of age and maturity to make decisions on their own behalf
-Parents are responsible for their children
+and must be held accountable to act in the best interest of their child’s welfare
+and will be held liable for ensuring the lawfulness and decency of their child’s actions
-Responsible adults have the right to adopt children
+as long as they are fully capable of providing for the child’s welfare and development

-Children are ultimately free and equally entitled to the same rights, privileges, powers, and protections as adults
-Children have the right to be raised in a nurturing environment
-Children will be accepted into social care in the case of parental abuse, neglect, or unwillingness or inability to adequately provide for the child’s welfare
+until the child reaches the age of maturity and is considered an adult

-The right to preservation of health and the security of person
-To retain the integrity and virginity of the: body, emotion, mind, spirit
+and all personal aspects of character and identity
-The right to live without being intentionally or deliberately harmed or threatened
-Sanctuary from acts of: lethal aggression, war, and genocide
-Protection from: abuse, brutalization, cruelty, defamation, degrading treatment, indignity, hostility, violence, torture
-The right to forcibly defend oneself and others in a time of endangerment
+utilizing the least amount of force required to ensure safety and protection

-The Earth including the entirety of: air space, water, land, and natural resources is of equal stewardship to all people and the ownership of none
-It is the responsibility and duty of humankind to act as caretakers of the Earth and preserve the planet in its natural state of vitality and abundance
-It is strictly prohibited to destroy, damage, pollute, or jeopardize the Earth in any respect and all of humankind alike must protect and ensure the integrity and sustainability of: the natural environment, ecological systems, biological diversity, survival of species, animal habitats, and material resources
-It is prohibited to consume natural resources to the point of exhaustion or in quantities that can not be permanently sustained or perpetually replenished
-People are entitled to lease and occupy an equal apportionment of air space, water, land, and natural resources
+in fair distribution of quantity and quality
+upholding the condition that the natural resources are able to be adequately tended and properly maintained
-People have the right to live in a healthy and thriving environment that is able to provide vitality and sustenance

-The right to exercise free will, self determination, and choice of personal experience
+without obstruction or interference
+uninhibited to the extent that no such action violates or infringes upon any natural human rights
+not to be subjected or manipulated to act against one’s own free will
+not to be: arrested, captured or held captive, detained, dominated, imprisoned, enslaved, exploited, oppressed, raped, forced to work as an indentured servant, compulsorily arranged into any undesired circumstance, or prevented from enacting freedom of choice
-The right to remain outside or in public at all times of day or night without curfew

-The right to accept and advocate, remain neutral and undecided, or reject and oppose any philosophy, belief, teaching, or ideology
-Not to be inhibited in the right to seek truth, think freely, explore ideas, investigate questions, conduct research, study information, develop knowledge, and teach any subject

-The right to self expression
+and interpersonal communication
+to speak or remain silent
+to engage in dialog
-The right to freely: receive, transmit, broadcast, and disseminate information
+by all means
+in any language or medium
+including: art, gesture, speech, demonstration, and the publishing of multimedia
+regardless of content

+and without censorship
-Complete control of confidentiality and discretion for all personal recordings in any format such as: text, photograph, audio, image, video

-The right to freely: associate and peaceably assemble
+and the right to disassociate and disband
-The right to freely: incorporate, establish unions, form partnerships, and build alliances

-The right to live peacefully in harmony and tranquility
+without being disturbed or harassed
+and without intrusion or the invasion of privacy
+assuring the confidentiality of all private acts

-The right to travel freely across the earth and be granted safe passage
+to and from any region
+and throughout any territory
+without visas, passports, or identification
+but not to trespass upon private property
-The right to migration (emigration and immigration)
+not to be prevented or restricted from leaving or entering any region

-The right to settle in any territory
+whether a country, state, or province
+without being banished, deported, or exiled
-People who have been unjustly displaced will be granted asylum and refuge in a safe haven of personal choosing

-People are entitled to retain the ownership of all property that is a product of their own labor or lawful acquisition
+and have ensured the protection
+without such property being deliberately and maliciously: damaged, corrupted, pirated, sabotaged, stolen, vandalized, or otherwise appropriated without consent
-The right to freely give, trade, or sell personal property
+without tax
-The right to transfer personal property to designated persons upon death
+ensuring the rightful inheritance of property in respect of the deceased

-The right to a natural death
+or a death by personal choice
+of place, time, and means
-the right to a ceremony and interment according to personal wishes or social custom
+such as: burial, cremation, or preservation
-The right to the ratification of a personal will and living testament


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