THE (moral concept of) RIGHTS
[of an individual human; the IR, the HR]
The universal & individual !


()

Rights , lovely Jos;
the rights are ideas!
Rational idea(l)s!
Idea(l) grounded in the (objective) reality!
idea(l)s , lovely Jos,
, ()! Absolutely.
They should & ought to not be based on faith,
but on [rational]
.
, lovely Jos,
The Rights are
(not added/granted to an individual by God/Government, but are)
really hardwired into (normal) (fe)male individual
[by the objective of & rationality]
with
(the fact of) his (own individual) birth!
The ideas of the classical
the HR.


Secularity & universality of the
(individual) rights; rights without religion [groupism]
-() concept (building block/unit; idea)
(political & economic)
&
(objectively sustainable) of a (really) free (and secular) society!


The (real) base

(, which / all the political & idea(l)s i.e. the Polit Spectrum)

By (thyself & the Government doing the job of) protecting, lovely Josephine,
ones own individual right to
(really) live ones own life1 free from coersion,
e the best thing that
both an individual & the Government (is supposed and) can do;
,
we the ppl are all (as a nation/region/world) being protected.
By preventing
coercion from anyone,
the Mob Government,
by not coercing anyone else ,
we each better our own individual lives, and
the search [and the achievement] of ones own individual happiness to (the abilities, skills and the ) each of us.


The concept of Individual Rights is the right & the appropriate application of the category of ethics!
The individual rights, lovely Josephine, are the (real) governing principle of a civilized (free) society!

Its all about the , IR (i.e. /) and ( ) values;
[Constitution based on the] Individual rights,
, , collective () rights ( )!

It is a right of ,
it is right for ,
absolutely anything (s)he wants [& can do], lovely Josephine,

rights to
life
1, liberty2, pivate property3 & pursuit4 of happiness! Absolutely! OK?
There should be no such thing [in the Constitution] as collective (group) rights thats a bad idea(l)!
[ you ought to understand, the () rights, lovely Josephine,
absofuckinlutely with ,
an institution that is full of shit i.e. absofreakinlutely moral ! !]

 


*

The (concept of) Iright(s)
*

All (of the many) groupthink () /ppl, lovely Josephine,
(in principle) inconsistent/incoherent with the ( of) () rights -
in its moral, political / ;
they
, , lovely Jos,
absofreakinglutely
with the violation of the rights!

 


( !) -
(of the citizens; cultures, beliefs/www and groups do not have rights)
the spirit of the "secular
natural law"


(, the collectives & the www: wishes & whims & wants)
that can & should be sustained in a free society!

 

[The morality of this fundamental principle , lovely Josephine,
,
social ,

==>:

, lovely Josephine,
,
establish a free , the fundament of freedom!
Says T. S. Eliot: It is the general ethos of the people they have to govern, that determines the behavior of politicians.
Thats the spirit, lovely Jos! of the () ppl.
The
(general, prevailing) spirit that desends in different ways for different nations, in different space-time !
, general ethos,
as of today is () ,
as it could (and should) be
much, much better!]

 

: , (e) .

ER: what it has ( ) chosen - freedom, reject it ( ).

,

the vicious - circles/,

, , .

: , .

Locke: Indivduals have "natural rights" and duties - their duties include preserving those rights, and respecting the rights of others, which requires the formation of government to ensure this.

Robsan: (of a normal human), (agresses, violates) IR (of a normal human) and should not be done.

 

Thomas Jefferson: Our legislators are not sufficiently apprised of the rightful limits of their power;
that their true office is to declare and enforce only our natural rights and duties,
and to take none of them from us.
No man has a natural right to commit aggression on the equal rights of another;
and this is all from which the laws ought to restrain him. The idea is quite unfounded, that on entering into society we give up any natural right.

 

Thomas Jefferson: If we are made in some degree for others, yet in a greater [degree] are we made for ourselves. It were contrary to feeling and indeed ridiculous to suppose a man has less right in himself than one of his neighbors or all of them put together. This would be slavery and not that liberty which the Bill of Rights has made inviolable and for the preservation of which our government has been changed.

 

Thomas Jefferson: I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this ground: That all powers not delegated to the United States, by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States,
are reserved to the States or to the people.
To take a single step beyond the boundaries thus specially drawn around the powers of Congress, is to take possession of a boundless field of power, no longer susceptible of any definition. Certainly no such universal power was meant to be given them. It was intended to lace them up straitly within the enumerated powers.

 

Thomas Jefferson: The kind invitation to be present at [your] celebration of the anniversary of American Independence is most flattering. In the bold and doubtful election we [made] between submission or the sword, [it is] a consolatory fact, that our fellow citizens continue to approve the choice we made. May it be to the world, what I believe it will beto some parts sooner, to others later, but finally to allthe signal of arousing men to burst the chains under which monkish ignorance and superstition had persuaded them to bind themselves, and to assume the blessings and security of self-government.
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man.
The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that that mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately, by the grace of God.

 

Thomas Jefferson: Man is endowed by nature with rights, and these rights are a matter of moral law; thus they are inherent, inalienable and unchangeable.
A free people claim their rights as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate (State/Government).

 

Ayn Rand: Since there is no such entity as the public,
since the public is merely a number of individuals, any claimed or implied conflict of the public interest with private interests means that the interests of some men are to be sacrificed to the interests and wishes of others. Since the concept is so conveniently undefinable, its use rests only on any given gangs ability to proclaim that The public, cest moiand to maintain the claim at the point of a gun.
Ayn Rand: There is no such thing as the public interest except as the sum of the interests of individual men.
And the basic, common interest of all menall rational menis freedom. Freedom is the first requirement of the public interestnot what men do when they are free, but that they are free. All their achievements rest on that foundationand cannot exist without it.

 

The principles of a free, non-coercive social system are the only form of the public interest.

Ayn Rand: Individual rights are not subject to a public vote;
a majority has no right to vote away the rights of a minority;
the political function of rights is precisely to protect minorities from oppression by majorities (and the smallest minority on earth is the individual).

 

Thomas Jefferson: A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government, and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference
Yes, we did produce a near-perfect republic
[ ]!
But will they
[the ppl] keep it?
Or will they, in the enjoyment of plenty, lose the memory of freedom?
Material abundance without character is the surest way to destruction."

 

(1814-1876):/IR , /IR .

 

 

Billy Joel - My Life1 : I don't need you to worry for me cause I'm alright
I don't want you to tell me it's time to come home
I don't care what you say anymore, this is my life
Go ahead with your own life and leave me alone!

 

 

 

, lovely Josephine,
in fact , let alone !

,
,
,
, ,
/State granted ( by God given, , ) .
, ,

/

/right/(good for man),
morally
,
,
,
, ,

, , (and protected by the Government and the objective law), & civilized/non-primitive . , , ,

- .
, ,
lovely Josephine,
,


,
, , (, , ). Why?
.
moral
/law, ,
absolutely ;
rights ; these rights are inherent in mans nature.

Individual Rights,
I-right
(and responsibilities) can, should and ought to stay away ..
must be (, non-compromisingly protected to be)
beyond
any
individuals or collective
/groups
control (of social engineering //social/ , )!

,
rational & objective (i.e. proven by means of evidence and logic) /values,
really
,

to () protect (and serve) the individual,
to really protect
honest , we the people!
,
lovely Jos,
by rule of objective law
& order (.. the protection of IR),

, , ( , in BG//) (moral, intellectual, ideological)
conformism & ,
() choices ( /experiencing full & complete , accordingly),
by the individual,
by any
, no matter - of the nation/region/world.
,

(& supports) the free-market (vs central control/regulation/domination by a group of /-, hungry and will do anything for / political ; )
can & should ,

all organic systems (nature, evolution & mankinds history clearly show/teach us)
can sustainably & progressively (prosperously)

to self-regulate & self-generate & self-change/adapt themselves, successfully,
long term ( - & yet far more wide and)
stable/beneficial & diversified (in q & q terms) objective results - when left alone, on their spontaneous/natural development. Yes, lovely Josephine.

 

 

 

of freedom strictly & fully /protection & !
(as the principles defined in The Declaration of Independence, 1776 & of the principles, defined in Declaration of the Rights of Man, 1789 )

[vs todays irrational ideology of (pseudo) , (neo-), leftish // () ]

 

 

{
number one1 , lovely Jos, for (my) living (as the Standard),
that I really uphold as liberty,
(as)

On liberty, [1859, by John Stuart Mills]:

The object of this Essay is to assert one very simple principle, as entitled to govern absolutely the dealings of society with the individual in the way of compulsion and control, whether the means used be physical force in the form of legal penalties, or the moral coercion of public opinion. That principle is, that the sole end for which mankind are warranted, individually or collectively, in interfering with the liberty of action of any of their number, is self-protection. That the only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others. His own good, either physical or moral, is not a sufficient warrant. He cannot rightfully be compelled to do or forbear because it will be better for him to do so, because it will make him happier, because, in the opinions of others, to do so would be wise, or even right. These are good reasons for remonstrating with him, or reasoning with him, or persuading him, or entreating him, but not for compelling him, or visiting him with any evil in case he do otherwise. To justify that, the conduct from which it is desired to deter him, must be calculated to produce evil to some one else. The only part of the conduct of any one, for which he is amenable to society, is that which concerns others. In the part which merely concerns himself, his independence is, of right, absolute.
Over himself, over his own body and mind, the individual is sovereign.

 

, , . , , , , , . , , , . , , . , -, -, ... , , , . , , .
, , .

}
*

- , the real fundament (westernized type of) !
[the idea of a, ta, property & the purcuit of - by an individual]
[the concept of - what real morality should & ought to be
based on]

The Declaration of Independence, lovely Josephine,
is
the declaration of (objective) () rights!

The Declaration, lovely Jos,
(in its rational content & right context) the (individual) freedom of choice
[to (ir)rationally execrice
the judgement of and to act upon -the ideas within- ones own mind; to bear all the according from that judgement & actions]!
To be (really) free to (really) choose; free(dom) of coercion. in fact real control over your own life1 (and property)!


{
number two2, , for (my) living,
that I
really uphold, : the NAP, non-aggresion principle,

,
( / objective ) or fraud
&
,

e (and should, and ought to be) , , unjust & unfair .. badness/evilness,

case,

( ) self-protection, ,
,
is the right & fair thing to do,
justifiable and a must to be done,
for those of us, who think that
life1 matters.

, lovely Jos,
,
the initiation (& - - ) of force (/ fraud) (, in a form of an assault, theft, etc.),
the ,
the IR
(: life, liberty, property & ) can be violated!
, lovely Jos,
we construct the Government institution -
to protect
( being the only entity, that possess e-x-c-l-u-s-i-v-e power of applying force) (, but I support all the rational aspects of privitazing -as a matter of (cost-)efficiency- the process of protection -based on private and enforcible by the State contracting- of)
these rights of the individual!
}

{ number three3 (basic) , lovely Jos,
for (my) living , :
,
evidence is evidence,
logic is
logic,
..
[objective] reality is [objective] reality

should & could be the only fair & just & thruthful judge of human

values/principles, ideas, choices, and (-!) actions/.
}

Thomas Paine 's
(intellectual influence is perceptible in the two great political revolutions of the eighteenth century. He dedicated Rights of Man to George Washingtonand to the Marquis de Lafayette, acknowledging the importance of the American and the French revolutions in his formulating the principles of modern democratic governance.)

Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen (Déclaration des droits de l'Homme et du citoyen):
(1) Men are born, and always continue, free and equal in respect of their rights. Civil distinctions, therefore, can be founded only on public utility;
(2) The end of all political associations is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man;
and these rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance of oppression.
(3) The nation is essentially the source of all sovereignty; neither can any individual, nor any body of men, be entitled to any authority, which is not expressly derived from it.

[These capsulations are akin to the self-evident truths concept that the U.S. Declaration of Independence expresses.]

 

Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (after the fall of the Bastille, 1789, French Revolt )

Articles:

Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions may be founded only upon the general good.

The aim of all political association is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression

(Wrong principle)

Liberty consists in the freedom to do everything which injures no one else;

hence the exercise of the natural rights of each man has no limits except those which assure to the other members of the society the enjoyment of the same rights.

(Wrong principle)

(Wrong principle)

17. Property is an inviolable and sacred right.

 

: : .

 


very, very important ( , & , , ),

,
(universal)
..
, ,
of the /protection of the (universal) Individual Rights (civil liberties, ).


(the humanization/flourishing of the humans/individuals/ppl in a)

(the universal)
,
, , (-) ( & , & , & ; based on the majority/!), , , multiculti ;
The State and religion, lovely Josephine,
are entities
()
do not uphold liberty for every individual/ -
,
(, , )

- & ,
,
( ),
//
!
{

,
/humanism of - & - & ,
of democracy, : , , , ?!
, (of) all , lovely Jos,
, ..
all rights, , ,
through approval of (and obedience to) n authority (of the State, /, , , , , Jesus, , , /, , - //, )!
(/// ) this authority//,
,
, ,
individual / and therefore ( ) have no rights! ! an authority, define & , , , , , , , , , , , , single moms, , , , , members, , , , ! , , ( ) , ( , ; & ) this authority (which desides which group takes what/how and which group gives what/how)! Dictatorship emerges (e.g. socialism the /(State & /) () authority/, , , , , , , over the individual/, -, 1; , , /, - , (e.g. private property, redistribution/theft of wealth, coersive behavior & , , etc. - , !
}

Thats the real , objectively & () ,
[, , , , the absofreakinlutely tyranny of the majority rule], based on written (and objective) Constitution;
,
Constitutional ,
really
choose and () ,
,
the objective , ( is free to , , ),
, ,
really (inalienable) support-, ;
( , public servant), ,
objective
absolutely - ( , , !). ( BG o , , book.)

:

( )
i.e. to be free of ( ) coercion
.
, lovely Jos,

, (in the process of voluntary & peaceful exchange/interaction),


pre-conditioned
.
Theres no, no, no such thing, lovely Josephine, as societys rights (
)!
individuals rights!
Society doesnt have rights; cannot have rights apart from the indviduals that
!
Individuals
, lovely Josephine, the ppl, (that have rights) make up (). individuals [can] have rights!
Individuals rights
can be violated
, & the (-) do it, ; theres no, no, no such thing as violating the societys rights! An individual (or a group of individuals) can violate another individual personss rights - , when living in a collectivist free society, all the individuals must be accordingly punished for their violation of other ppls IR! And rightfully so. Groups dont act, only individuals do; collectives dont act. Only individuals do/can; individuals ( some of us really ) / - which is just the opposite of the predominat state of todays world & (spirit of) ///// groupthink.

, lovely Jos,

( )
( & ) ( wrong principle of /): / vs /!
,

real (universality & objectivity of) the rational morality: & & &
over and above
&
force & fraud (including the majority of the elite) & & ,
love life, liberty and property .


, , - ,

k, (of individual) freedom,


choices &
/delusional/non-objective/irrational - or - duties/obligations
,
in fact - .
(free) in a totalitarian
(, voluntary, non-coersively)
, , the individual/
(,
,
/////////
faith///group//the elite/Government

/
prosto obey to that Authority!),
limited only
by the boundaries of the IR of the other ppl
;

()
idea(l)s, , motivations and [based on his own (ir)rational morality, knowledge & //character],
accordingly
//make-/actualize (, like it or not, believe it or not, )
(!) ,
make-
- healthily happy or not (theres no middle road, no , no , in reality)!
, lovely jos,
(chaotic meaningful)
:
--
,
based on the ///
individual rational self-interest, free will and voluntary association/co-operation of the individuals! , , non-disorder, sustainable stability - the Universe order, () .

//

-,
the most essential unit,
, , ! , , ,
,
,
rational , , the self!
, , lovely Jos,
an end in itself;
must not , , .
The individual ,
( ) ,
,
for his own sake/happiness! Remember that, Josephine; its absolutely essential! It all starts and is all about the individual;
,
//,
all! Thats (the) fundamental!


(the rule of objective common principles)

/(); / , & & & & . , all (honest & productive) individuals/ppl.

,
(.. ; Universe /objective !)
-----------
( , must be , )
//real:

lovelife1,

dutyliberty2,

(honestly !) private property3 ( contracting)
and

the income equality & guaranteed (min) wage (i.e. egalitarism) pursuit4 of & government positions/powerhappiness (, , based on the , , Bill of Rights, USA, , , , - the great experiment in human freedom, ( !) 100 ).
,
(
free) individual (of , ways & values for the search of),

!
absofuckinlutely : (, )
,
(, )
, (-)
, ( )
/ a will of the people []
( ) objectively
(), , ,

to be
expanded,
contracted,
transferred or
transformed
(in quality and quantity)! .


universal
& objective , lovely Jos,
Iphone I-rights,
, , (, , , , )
(, ),
[(), , - egalitarian ] !
natural,
,
with
,
human. . .

/ () !
!

, lovely Josephine,

by the mere
fact [of the reality]
,

humans
(Homo Sapiens, moral agents)
exist & (should, ought to)

live their lives! (, in a free manner of voluntary contractual co-operation; choose to () to communicate and work with)

(secular & civilized) , lovely Jos,

should not,
ought not to the
( & ) / !

-
,
( ) ! [,

- thats collectivism
.. () , ,

to coercively

- , & -

overwhelm/repress

the human action of an individual or group/class of individuals.]
, lovely Josephine,
, ! No, no, no!
, lovely Josephine,
4
()

-
of
/common ( /collective)
( ) mankind -
,

,

duty &

rational collectively_shared_obligations/responsibilityself interest

{in a real free socirty, lovely Jos.
you work hard,
you put efforts according to your own capacities
you make money [private property]
that can never ever be taken from you

by the government, you enjoy your life1 & security},
[to b]

of
& deception & /parasitism
, /,

& !

, (, , ),
(as a) !

, !
, , , ( ).

absofreakinlutely [ ; type of]
, lovely Josephine,
at root,

,
, ,
i.e. collectivistic

.. - based () on faith & emotions!
, lovely Jos,
real (, , , , , )
;
just the ?

 

- [to some special group(s)] [from some group(s)]!


[
- made by law (, -collectivistic- )!]

 

(, , ), lovely Josephine,
, , [ or]
&


,
o-
,
,
!
, , lovely Jos
ephine,

,
[] ,

/subjective ( , , !)
,

[the morality of] ,
absofuckinlutely ,

( ) absofreakinlutely

( ) ;
, ,
(, , , , /), lovely Jos,

, ,

( , , ),

,

,
( ) ,
,
,
[] / ( , ),

, lovely Jos,

,
,
(, , .. ) ,

;
, ,

,
,
,
middle of the road, the making of ;

absofreakinlutely a ,
() ( absofuckinlutely ) .


,

,

( , , , , : )

,
lovely Jos,

[; ] [ ] i.e.
absofuckinlutely i.e.

[real] [, because of - - of bad moralities /nation//world]!

 

 

 

Lockean rights (concept)
The Lockean view is that every person has equal basic moral rightsnatural rights. Natural rights are rights that one has independently of institutional arrangements, people's subjective opinions, and cultural understandings. A person's natural rights give her a set of claims against all other persons that each person absolutely must respect. Our understanding of a particular rights claim or type or rights claim increases if we can determine whether or not it is forfeitable, waivable by the bearer, and transferable.
The traditional content of Lockean rights is roughly as follows: Each person has the right to do whatever she chooses with whatever she legitimately owns so long as she does not violate the rights of others not to be harmed in certain waysby force, fraud, coercion, theft, or infliction of damage on person or property. Each person has the right not to be harmed by others in the mentioned ways, unless she voluntarily waives any of her rights or voluntarily transfers them to another or forfeits them by misconduct. Also, each adult person is the full rightful owner of herself and each child person has the right to be nurtured to adult status by those responsible for her creation. It is generally supposed in the Lockean tradition that starting from the premise of self-ownership, under actual conditions on earth one can validly derive strong rights of private appropriation and ownership of land and moveable parts of the earth (Nozick, 1974).
All mankind... being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his
life
1 [the objective standard], health4 [healthily happiness], liberty2 or (honestly ) possessions3 [private property stuff].

John Locke

. !

 

 

 

 

John Locke: 1./ Where there is no [private] property there is no injustice.
2./ The reason why men enter into society is the preservation of their property.
3./ Government has no other end, but the preservation of property.

 

: The state of nature has a law of nature to govern it, which obliges every one:
and reason, which is that law, teaches all mankind, who will but consult it,
that being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty, or possessions ( -..)
(and) when his own preservation comes not in competition, ought he, as much as he can,
to preserve the rest of mankind, and may not, unless it be to do justice on an offender, take away, or impair the life,
or what tends to the preservation of the life, the liberty, health, limb, or goods of another.

 

: , .

 

John Ladd (translator of Kant): Liberty (negative freedom) and violence are correlative opposites; where there is liberty there is no violence, and where there is violence there is no liberty. Man's innate right to liberty (freedom) consists in the right to be free from violence, and, indeed, all man's legal rights are derivable from this concept. Now, as already noted, the basis of man's right to liberty is the fact that he is an autonomous moral being, that is, a sovereign lawmaker, as well as a subject to the law (the moral law) [i.e., the categorical imperative, according to which we should never treat others merely as means to our ends but as ends in themselves]....

 

Accordingly, any transgression of the bounds of lawful liberty is illegitimate It is ipso facto an infringement of someone else's liberty, and, as such, is necessarily an act of violence. Violence is wrong, therefore, because it is an infringement of lawful liberty.

 

Coercion is, of course, permitted, but only if it is used to prevent violence or, more generally to protect liberty. Otherwise, it is simply violence. The rightful function of the political order is to control violence and thus to protect liberty....The foundation of political authority, then, is man's innate right right to live in peace and freedom, which, incidentally, includes his right to have his property secure and guaranteed....

 

Legitimate coercion -- that is, coercion that is used to counterbalance illegitimate coercion (violence) -- will on reflection be seen to be equivalent to coercion consistent with the freedom of everyone in accordance with universal laws. [Kant called this condition of equal freedom a "Kingdom of Ends," because each person is free to pursue his own ends, as he sees fit, so long as he respects the rights of others to do the same.]

 

, the (great, really great) classical liberals
,
,
,
Edmund Burke
(, many of their followers),

(the main co-founder of the Founding Fathers)


really and very, very much important ( -, real, , western- & values/principles)
the natural rights concept (, individuals have a -inherent & inalienable/unchangeable/untransferable- right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness),
, lovely Josephine,
real ( , the right-wing political parties )
[
],
,
( the old/traditional/religious morality) -
[] God/Creator
/Architect!
[instead of -as it ought- to be

rooted into the (observations of the) reality of facts, evidences & logic!

As it should be approached -
rationally on objectivity of
(the nature of i.e. what are)

values/principles and the requirements of (a flourishing, happy) life, !
As Ayn Rand objectively
-, , , in a very new and innovative epistemological way-

did it! Absolutely!]

You, lovely Jos,
,

(individual) life1,
liberty2 ( ), (honestly a)
private property3 (contracting), and the
pursuit
4 of(, ) happiness

& universally,
, ,

() & ,
( ) ( )
,
[really] 1, 2, 3,
,
( , /absolute (, as human beings) , ),
&
(moral) , [to be rationally applied]!
( ), lovely Jos,

( fake- , )
( ):

( ) ,


!
, lovely Josephine,
() ,
,
,
[the mere fact of] ,

,
, !

Yes, the [concept of the moral] rights
come ( , but) from the [objective] reality;
this fundamental concept, lovely Jos,

is rooted into the existence [of & the human ],
, , into [ of] [faith, hate & emotionalism]! Absolutely!

*


OK? Get it?
, lovely Jos,
( ) the life1, the liberty2, the private property3, and the pursuit4 of happiness ,
( , )
( ) life, liberty, private property, and the pursuit of happiness
( )

( & , )
& the rule of
(objective & rational) law.
( ) , lovely Josephine,
( )
,
( ) -life, liberty, private property, and the pursuit of happiness- . ,

, ,
( , , & ),
without violating person's consent,
() ..
,


the ;
,
lovely Jos,
&
( , , , -; force & fraud)
- . ,
( ) , , , .

An infant/child
cannot exercise by himself these individual rights
until (s)he becomes an adult,
child
is consciously irrational
/unreasonable being
and cannot make rational desicions
,
consistent with life1 and the childs own self-interest (until about 19 years of age, , when teenager- /expires and young adult independence must take its place).

***

 

 

(by the Government) group //

 

RR: , , , , (late)

(, , , dishonest, , , , & )

( ) because of , can not achieve .

dead paradigm, for reality-.

, , should embrace life, (/policy of) socialism liberty- ( free market-);

universally & objectively good things.

 

(read his super book the Law): (oh, that brotherhood, oh, that !) ,
.

(read ): , .
(inter-) (-) !
, .;

, , , , , ..
,
, , .;
, , .
, .
, ;
, . .

 

David Hume, First Principles of Government : Nothing appears more surprising to those who consider human affairs with a philosophical eye,
than the easiness with which the many are governed by the few.

 

, , lovely Jos,
,
,
, - ?

, -, -, / , ,
the (rational) individuals interest .

?
( 70-80 ) ,
( , , , , positive, , )
,
( , step by step,) (.. Cultural Marxism by the progressives, - the theory of the class struggle/ (social /) in the different of the socio-economic Strata the political correct ; - )
[ & ] ;
;
;
;
- [ ];


& (, , /)
& (, , /) / ;
( , by the //) (, , ) ;
;
(-) (-)social ;
(, , /) & ;
;
...;


!

, , lovely Jos, - ,
we the living people

/the most elite & //party(zan)s group! !
,
the (non-objective & irrational; groups interests, , unfair) law & / & corrupt -, !
, ,

absofreakinlutely
()
(-, , the foggy) ,

&
(objectively ) ,

-
/ -
,
( ),
(, /)
democratic
,
,
o-/ (),

,
(, ),



&
[the (istic)] / & (, , , , the common good, .. //mix up absolutely different of & ; ( ) O! , evilness, !),
( , , /, , UNagenda21, - + imperialism and militarism, , , / preach-, , , all over, global human happiness)
/region/world, ?
(EU, USA, Russia, world)
is (being)
regulated, shaped &
controlled by a single (that of the) Government,
- the executive part of the Government.
That, lovely Jos,
( ) ..
/
(-; state-cartel; ) . !
Kak, kak, kak ?

, , lovely Jos, & fraud.
the (re)distributive justice,
() ,
-
( )
( // coersive //)! ,
()
() the parasitic productive () (, 40%-70%!)
( & ) ( , honestly ; private property)
(/) ()
( corrupt & lobbysts & )
- (, , , , , .. )!
, lovely Josephine,
, , taking care of the (
) ! Omfg!
(absofuckinlutely )
- , , Japan, Russia, Brazil, Idnia, USA...
,
preach-,
, ..., !

,
,

must be a Saviour of the ( of the) nation//world; to take full control; (lives of) the (common) ppl !
, , ( ), lovely Josephine,
really
( ?) ?

, , , ,
() (, ; ; 15%-20% . 蔠 ?)! Yes.
( ) & culture,
, ,
,
/// &
- ,
,
,
, ,
, , honest ;
,
, , , , , - - , (/) ;
(
brain washed)
(, opposed to each other) (Oh, that & M-L !):
, ;

;
;
;

[ ];
;
;

;

;

;
;

;

& ;

..
,
..

. ?
,
, ,
between

( , )
!
[ - , ()
emotionalized conflict,
,

/ (2-3) groups (to not really understand)

, ,

the ,
( force fraud)
///, , ,

//,

, , with (mere) magic,

the problems (needs) of the ! ?!]
- ,

( special interests, )

-
( )!
,
(--) - - - () the class of , , , , /public , ..
- & at large, -
( - )
the old ( )
(force & fraud)
: ( ) (),
irrational ,
21 ,
with the great help of
the mainstream media & intellectuals
() (by the - groups)
, , , all over! !
, , lovely Josephine,

absolutely
(, )

[as a group, as a ],

,

, , ,

[] ! Omfg.

, lovely jos,
e [proletariat].
(, , , )
-, - , - , "-"
( ),


absofuckinlutely
() ,

,

,

,

() ,
,

,
,
,
,
, ,
!

- "" .
( )
, , - .

, ,
,
,
, ,
() (),
,
, - at root
&
& , - ?

, lovely Jos:
absofreakinlutely

, , , , , ,

,

;

& the producer [value adder] ,
, , , , , ,

&

- [ ]!
, that, lovely Jos,

is

, , , ,
ko- ,

, [the producer, the value adder]

()

() ,

,

, , "-" ;
.
, lovely J
sephine,

& (, - )
, - " - "
,
( ) ?!
, ,
lovely Jos,
( ),
absofreakinlutely

, , ! -, , , , ? ?
,
/ ,
(main stream) - [and with the help of of in],
() ( )
( / )
&
- , - ! (, corrupt - )
,

--

, , , ,
,

- () -
,

" ",

/

(, ) (-!) ! !
, lovely Jos,
, ,

; , !

***

 

Ayn Rand: Rights are a moral concept
the concept that provides a logical transition from the principles guiding an individuals actions to the principles guiding his relationship with others-
the concept that preserves and protects individual morality in a social context-
the link between the moral code of a man and the legal code of a society, between ethics and politics.
Individual rights are the means of subordinating society to moral law.
A right is a moral principle defining and sanctioning a mans freedom of action in a social context.

 

, :
, - ( ) ,
, lovely Josephine,
, ,

( )

-
,
- & -
(, )!
, kak,
?

, lovely Jos, ( /)
, &

( out of thin air)

() (, , , ) !

?! ?!
, , , lovely Josephine,

,
();
- -,
.
,

, ;
;
.

,
..
,

-
( ; out of nothing),
& , ..

(),
absofuckinlutely !
? ? . - ! 2 1.

***

, lovely Josephine,

, () ?

(), lovely Jos,

- -
,


..
& !

-
(. ) , lovely Jos,
,

-


( , , , , )!

, ,

( )
() -
( .. objectively & practical) ;
, ,
(healthily happy) -
, -
, a must, for any (rational, civilized, secular i.e. ) society.
, lovely Josephine,
place, a its accuracy & precision are vital -
its , ,

& (, , - ; ).
, lovely Josephine,
, : ;

( )

;
-, -, -!

, lovely Josephine,

,

-
, ,
, ,
- ?! The sound of silencing. Shut up.
main stream

, real ridiculousness , of the majority,
- - (
collectivized) ,
, , ,
- , .
, , , , , -
(, , , )! , , , , , , , , ?!
, lovely Jos,

() ,
!
, ,

( centralized -)
-
, ,
,
,
,
absofuckinlutely ,
( .. , );
-
directly
(the classless & free stuff society of, ,) ( , )! , !

, ,
( mankind-)!

, ?

.
,
have faith,

(, )

, ! , , the communitarians. , faith - !

-
,
,
;
( ),
( )! !
,
,
,
,
( - ),
( ) - , , ", " ( ) .. , . , ! The show must go on, ,

(inter-, -) ;
( ) , , -
..
( )
..
! ( ) , ? - , , , (todays BG) , , (cannot) , ( ) (.. ) ?!
, (.. ),
( , , )! , ! ?
: "
/ " -, -, -, - ! , ! ! social , delusion, - ( 21 )! & , ?

***

, lovely Josephine,
,


really (), () ! . () () can, is able to do it, can do it.

(-) ,
,
-
( & multiculti) ? ? , , - , , , , , , ? ; , middle/mixed way, ? ?
, lovely Josephine,
- :

,

[objectively] .

.
, , . , , , .

,

, .

,
, , .

***

, lovely Jos,

- - ?
(in social context) ?
? ?

: ,
,
( ; ), !
,
, ,
,

to protect the IR,
/
- , , , .
,
the . , - . ! - . - . , -
( ) ; many. Many (nation), in a given geographic area, /(/or monarchy).
1, 2, 3 4 of

,


!

- / / - () .

?
- , , , .
( ) - . .. , .
1
the
;
, ,

, ( ( ) !) , , , - , . [honestly] () , - . 1 , lovely Jos, 4 & , , & , ( ). , . . delusion.
, ,

, ,
,
choses , - , , ( - );
.
, !

, lovely Jos,

,
, [ -]!
, lovely Jos,
, ; ; ; .
A, - , . , , .
brain wash-
() - - on faith, - . () , . What ever happened to & , , ? ? , . , & , human , () .. - , , , .

***

(), lovely Josephine,

, ( )
, ,
.
( , , )

- , - , , , - . A, ( ( ) !)
( 5 10 , !)
& & ( !) - , , - , - , , !
- .
. , , - - , , , . , - , - -, - - , .
( ), . , , , , , , , , , , , , - ( maximum 5%-10% ), , , , , ( , !) , , , , ! , , in BG, in (the God of) EU.

***

 

The system of k [ ] , , , [] democracy [ of the majority rule]
real of the IR [of a free people]



, lovely Josephine,

( ) (the social)
() ( , , into the practice, shinninig like the Sun),
,

, (?!),
today
..
subjectivism, democracy ruling mixed with
..

(mixed & economic .. absolute/centralized/concentrated)
,
/dictate a small group of people (, , )

every activity in life1 by the individual.

, lovely josephine,
,

( the beginning of).

, - , ( , ) .
( ) , lovely Jos, (much better)

the process of

(1870 1912)

absolutely ,

, (life, liberty, private property and pursuit of happiness ),

, lovely Jos,

, / absolutely ().
,
,
,
-
() -! .

(sustainable and working) - .. evil purpose.

my , lovely Jos,

,

a (and responsibilities of the individual),

( rational ; mind your own business)
-
choices,
better off, joyful, healthy t.e. happy;
how do you live to discover yourself-
what you like or dislike
(to do, to actively do). The self.
Nature

is not
, ,

,

/ , ( ) .
( , ) , (, ,) .

,

:

"
.
, .
,
.
,
".

society
of the voluntary
(written) Contract
, ( ),

the one and only possible social-economic system (P&P&P) free (secular & civil) society.

 

* * * * * * * * * * * * *

PSChapter resume.


, lovely Josephine,

(ID & applied by , ; "self-evident", "inherent" "intuitively"),

&
() - .



,
,
choose
( ),
, lovely Jos,
( ) - , - ( ). , - , .. . e (, ) (, ).

(moral concept);
- , , - to be. .
(), ,
( - , , )
, , , , ! , . ,
() - - , .

,

, (e.g. //).

,

,
,
the very - - - .
, lovely Jos,
, ,

-
-
() ;
,
, , " ".

,
- , , - .
,
of a free (and rationally) living human,


- !

properties , (, , ),


-
(, ) - ( / ).

, lovely Josephine,

..
private property right ..
, , ..
silence, & shut up ..

.

Welfare , lovely Jos,
,
,

, , .

(self interest), lovely Jos,

, ;
, ! !,
, , . !
,
self-interest,
,
the principle of ,

,


() - the process of producing ! ?
( , , , ),

,
!

,
, -, - 2 absofuckinlutely ! !

, lovely ,

, today.

The rational humans, , lovely ,
can change
(completely and all of) this! ?

, , (of yet more and more people)
of the objective / (we humans are good at forming complex social networks),
based on the , , ,
rational & practical (.. objective, : & )
values
, principles (of the ),
() honestly,
&
! Yes. For all individuals, . Yes, for all. According to,

their abilities, merits and capacities
(equal objective , yes, , equalizing the results of individuals .. , at root dishonest/ / ; , or dutiful adult, group; you should come out of the closet and face who you are, who you make/made yourself, /ID/properties/values/character/essence)
to search and work (, , with integiry & consistently) for
their own happiness in their own lifetime
(its your own business and nobody elses with the way you live your own life1,
, certainly,
do not give exuses to cheaters, , , , , /will to power, ,
all of which are wishing to dominate/dictate other peoples lifes)
. Here on this Earth.

Watch it, lovely Jos,
watch the
( ) principles of (moral) rights, but now,

go, go, go and have some fun & joy, today! Go for those! Its right!

-END-

 

PS


( ), .

,
(, - !),
-`

( , - - ).
( - - ), lovely Jos,

( , based on religion, defined by religion),
( , , , , )! Yes.


- .

() . ( ) , . . . , - . , very much , , , ! , , in a period of time. , (and the according 3 types of leadership) of 1984 (i.e. totalitarian), that of 1989 (social-; ) the best - .

Why dont we (humans) bring Heaven down here - on the Earth?
Its reasonabl, moral, rational, easier and cheaper - within ones life
1! Of course, that any -, - human can do it. I did it. How?

& , lovely Jos,
& ,
( human ) , - . ( ) - , ( ), () + () , (self) (practical) + + deeply focused + short-term long-term , within a certain context or the whole - consistently integrated systems context. , /utopia/ , - (radical) () - the context.

Hear my song, but youve got to, ought to
be able
to open freely, reasonably and fully
your own mind. Dont let them tell you that we are all
(subjective) fools and we dont/cant understand (objectively). Our (human) candle can and ought to always rationally blown burn! , , . , , , , . , . - () . Simple simplicity. Thats (beautiful & real) life. And nobody can () deny it, non-happiness. Which of the two would you, choose?

I know. Yes, I know and you know, too. OK, lovely Jos?

, USA, 1776

 

1,

, (6,5 . , : 2,2 mil. , 1 . - , 700000 , 800000 300000 ) () 1-3 , , (culture), reject- (, ) / : , !. ! /, , , , . ? , ,

, ( , , , , making us irrationally subjectivists & , /experience- , in BG and all over the world).

, , , , , , , , , , bad; ( ), 5-6 the wrong philosophy, the wrong, the bad and the evil ideas, ( ) ( ).

, .

, , , , ( ) ( ), , ; , , to justify, to evaluate, (objectively), based on the facts of reality, , , , , Փ .

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PS2

 



 

 

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