Why do some people think they have more rights than others?

My answer to Why do some people think they have more rights than others?

Answer by Desmond Last:

If I were to say to President Trump’s grandson ‘today you will not be able to eat or drink’ he would get very upset and call the Police.

Yet right now in Africa children are dying. They are dying in Pain. When we all go to Church or to our Mosques this weekend no doubt some of us will pray for them.

God will shake his head in utter disbelief at our Prayers.

He will say I have given you everything you need to ensure that all children have the right and opportunity to eat and live in Peace.

As I write this millions of troops and Air-force as well as Navy around the World are reading of or watching the children of Africa die.

They all know that given the command they could work together to supply food and water and the equipment necessary to sustain life.

They do not. Why? Because our disgusting and inept examples of World Leaders believe they have the right to let the children of Africa die.

Why do they believe that? Because we have given them all the Power and they take no responsibility for any of the problems that face the whole World.

Why do some people think they have more rights than others?

Author: Desmond Last

My work includes an outline of my New Perspective on Counter Terrorism. I have also written about and warned Governments on the developing threat from the use of Bio-Technologies (Brain2Computer) and Energy Weapons being used by Criminal and Terrorist Organisations. I have developed a reform of the United Nations and written a New System for Climate Change Policy and Disaster Management. My New System of Economics does not support Aid to end Third World Poverty instead it utilizes economic empowerment of Communities to do so. I seek freedom through a Bill of Rights for Creatures Gr8 & Small. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the CIA and MI5/6 have never acknowledged my writing neither have the BBC, CCN and any Australian Media.

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