25 February, 2022

Nebraska: Human Rights? No, Jewman Rights

Posted by Socrates in 'human rights', human blights, human equality, René Cassin, UN, UNESCO at 1:56 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Rene Cassin [1887-1976]: Jew, judge and tampon-wearer).

What is a “human right”? Good question! The “official” definition is: “a right that all humans enjoy by law.” So, in other words, just being a human gives you “human rights.” So, lions have “lion rights” just because they’re lions? Does that make sense? No. It doesn’t. Just breathing and walking around as a human doesn’t automatically give you “rights.” It shouldn’t be surprising that “human rights” came from a Jew, since Jews are the masters of “rights” baloney (human rights, civil rights, “gay” rights, tranny rights, etc.) [1].

News quote: “The ordinance includes an expansion of the city’s ban on “conversion therapy” and expands the definition of harassment. The Lincoln Human Rights Commission, a nine-person panel, would be empowered to enforce the measure, according to the ordinance.”

(In Nebraska? I mean, I can see a human blights commission in Philthydelphia, PA or Lost Asswipes, CA because they’re full of worthless Brown critters [human blights]. But Nebraska seems like a strange place for such a commission…)



[1] The United Nations’ 1948 “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” reads: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” Nope. Sorry. A Marxist Jew saying that doesn’t make it true.

Here are web quotes about Rene Cassin and human rights: “He was the brains and the driving force behind the UN commission that drew up the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948.” Furthermore, “…it was Cassin who actually put pen to paper and inked the first draft…” (of the declaration); “The workhorse of the Commission, he (Cassin) was the one most responsible for the draft of the Declaration of Human Rights approved by the General Assembly on December 10, 1948.”

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