Tuesday, February 22, 2011

DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Declaration of Human Rights
by Lee Burkett on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 12:31pm


It is time for us, the People of Earth, without benefit of government or sovereigns, to declare our right to live on Earth, in peace, with abundance for all, in accordance with the following declaration of Human rights.

It is a Human right to live in a clean environment, to expect that the air, the water and the land is free from poisons, toxins and substances that are known to cause harm to living beings, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to have food, to expect that this most basic of human needs is available to all, and that it be unadulterated, free from substances or alterations that may cause harm to living beings, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to have shelter from the elements, and to have free access to same.

It is Human right to have benefit of medicine and health care, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to work, as a means of providing a living, and to expect that such work creates a livable wage, and to have free access to same.

It is Human right to believe and to worship in any way, so long as that belief or worship does not infringe on the Human rights of another, and to have free access to same.

It is Human right to live without fear of being killed by Armies foreign or Domestic.

It is a Human right to expect justice, and to expect that any and all laws reflect the equality of all Humans, and to have free access to same.

It is a Human right to love another Human being, and to express that love in any way so long as that love or it's expression does not infringe on the Human rights of another, and to have freedom to do so.

It is Human right to live without fear of being killed by Armies foreign or Domestic.

We, the People of Earth, do so declare.

Henceforth, any government, sovereign, corporate interest, private interest, group or individual guilty of with holding, delaying or denying Human rights to any nation, group or individual shall be guilty of Crimes Against Humanity, and subject to justice in a Court of Humanity, to face punishment as the People of Earth deem appropriate.

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