Truth – There are numerous international treaties that serve as the basis for international human rights law, these treaties are ratified by the vast majority of nations around the world. Despite this, the ability to exercise supposedly ‘inherent human rights’ is more often than not impossible, and gross violations of human rights is the norm on planet Earth. How is this possible when all people desire to live life in dignity? Well as long as we the people remain manipulated and divided, we will subject ourselves to the tyranny of rule by the few, at the expense of the many. The truth is we only have ourselves to blame.
However, the United Nations plays a key role, it is nothing more than an extension of the powers that be. The five permanent member veto system mocks the idea of a ‘United Nations’. The UN is inherently inequitable, it concentrates power in the most corrupt of ways, it is in fact as corrupt as it gets. With the end of World War II the people of the world demanded a way of resolving conflict without war, thus the UN was fraudulently set up to meet this demand. But in true Orwellian fashion the UN has sat over the most bloody decades in human history. It continuously provides cover for Israeli/American/British crimes against humanity, the invasion and destruction of Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and the most recent examples. The UN produces pretty documents that extol the virtues of human rights, yet it in practice these rights are trampled on incessantly. Perpetual war is the reality of our world and the UN rubber stamps all of this madness to one degree or another. The UN system must be destroyed outright or completely and totally taken over with the will of the people guiding its every move.
In order for the UN to even be considered as a viable organ of society the five permanent member veto status must end immediately. The UN must be depart the criminal state of America and ideally be headquartered in a nation with true democracy; I suggest Venezuela. This is only a start.
So let me be clear, I cite the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (a UN document) not as an endorsement of the UN, not at all. I use the Universal Declaration purely to highlight the absolute necessity of universal respect for human rights; quite frankly, with regard to the UN I say to hell with them… the UN is clearly a key element of the ‘New World Order’ agenda of concentrating power and forcing a ‘one world government’ on the people. To not see this is to be blind.
Justice – The reality of a world in which human rights are respected is only possible if the will of the people makes it so. If we want peace we will demand justice first, only then can peace follow. All to ironically the UN encapsulated the true path to peace in one sentence;
‘Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,…’
Peace – The cause of human rights is the cause of peace, it is time we in the west acknowledge this fact and meaningfully act on it.
‘Now, therefore, The General Assembly proclaims this Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction…’ – PREAMBLE, Universal Declaration of Human Rights