9 March, 2015

America’s Freedom is the Problem, or, Inventing Rights

Posted by Socrates in 'human rights', jewed culture, jewed language, Jewish behavior versus White behavior, Jewish brain features, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates at 2:37 pm | Permanent Link

“As any human rights lawyer can tell you, the human right to freedom of speech must be balanced against other human rights, such as the human rights to dignity, respect…”

I didn’t know that people had an automatic “right” to dignity and respect. When did that happen? Who created those rights? Actually, there’s no such thing as a “human right.” It’s like the Easter Bunny: it doesn’t really exist. The very idea that you have a certain “right” because you are not a dog or a horse! It’s ridiculous. The idea of “human rights” is not new, but it was popularized by president F.D. Roosevelt and his Jewish speechwriters in his famous “Four Freedoms” speech in 1941. Roosevelt also popularized the word “democracy” to describe America (previously it was usually called a “republic”).

[a cached article; the original article at the Times Of Israel has been removed].


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  7. One Response to “America’s Freedom is the Problem, or, Inventing Rights”

    1. fd Says:

      Get off my lawn, Silverstein.

      As stated before, I never thought I needed permission from government to express my will. Moreover, rights are a construct. They don’t exist in the natural world. The laws of nature and common sense do.

      Hate law is thought crime. Authoritarians don’t have the operation of a person’s mind, but they will gladly tell their enemy what he/she was thinking anyway.