My answer to What are unalienable rights and what are some examples of them?
Answer by Desmond Last:
There is only one unalienable right and that is that which we have given to Governments to remove our human rights.
Each Government and every Government would seem to be able to remove our rights at will.
From the dead and maimed children of Aleppo to the starving refugees on the Jordan and Syrian Border.
The 15 Afghanistan civilians who were killed by a U.S drone this week had no rights.
The illegal blockage of Gaza – Israel has decided it has that right.
The 10,000 children of Africa who die every day of malnutrition and disease have no rights.
The black man in the U.S whose car broke down that lead to his death had no rights.
The children of Yemen killed by Saudi Arabia and U.K missiles. The only rights that exists is for Governments to kill them when they want to.
The list is endless and it grows everyday. We must take back our rights – the rights that our Governments have decided is their right to remove.
Our rights do not exist as long as those who so easily remove then have the right to do so by an International Justice System that takes no action against them.