On Human Rights . . .

People's Manifesto # 1

by Watchdog

I am working on a project to see if I can figure out what the policies and basic principles would be of an honest government that sincerely works to raise the survival level of The People.

It is a fascinating exercise and right along my very long-standing interest line so I’m gonna have some fun with it.

As a starting point I am, very roughly, taking what the current bunch of devious crooks and feckless status-happy numbskulls that passes for a government is doing and, well, not doing that. In fact, what the current ruling crime syndicate is doing is very helpful in providing pointers as to what, on a sane panet, it SHOULD be doing instead.

Every day or so I’ll pick the latest bit of skullduggery or stupidity and evolve from it a principle or undertaking for a manifesto of a hypothetical grass roots movement seeking to implement policies that assist rather than inhibit human wellbeing. I consider being surrounded by happy people leading fulfilled lives at peace with themselves and their social environment better for my own survival than being surrounded by upset people having a hard time.

Put simply, people act mad when you drive them mad so it is desirable for the government not to drive people mad. Some people (ie those currently in government) evidently consider that this is as impossible as not killing people but I disagree on both counts.

So I am going to start with the current efforts by the incumbent crew of knobheads to insidiously and by increments cancel the human rights of The People and thus safeguard the “rights” of their globalist overlords to reintroduce feudalism and generally muck honest people about.

I don’t know about you but this sort of creeping evil is really starting to piss me right off. So if there are other examples of present time knobheaderrry (I just invented that word) you feel needs some attention, please do leave a comment (my own knobheaderry doesn’t count).


When elected, The People’s movement will:

Cancel and declare null all enactments by preceding governments that inhibit, lessen or cancel basic human rights. The human rights of all persons alive on British soil shall be recognised and upheld IN FULL at all times without compromise.

It shall be the duty, trust and crusade of the government to protect and uphold human rights in full at all times. No excuse or justification shall be accepted for the inhibition or weakening of human rights. It shall be a criminal offence for any (ANY) person to seek to change or reinterpret laws so as to inhibit or compromise human rights. It is not a legitimate role of government to inhibit, weaken, lessen or nullify human rights.

The UN Declaration on human rights provides an exemplary workable codification of human rights and for that reason our government shall adopt this declaration and make it a firm, inviolable policy for now and perpetuity.

We stress that by adopting this codification of human rights principles we do not imply or condone recognition of the authority of the UN above the autonomy and self-determination of the nation: we merely recognise that this particular set of ideas is both enlightened and desirable if one’s goal is enabling Humanity to rise through its own endeavours new heights in mind, body and spirit.

PS. I’ve included a pic of Plato to get your attention. He was a smart bloke and introduced the mischievous idea that has been the bane of totalitarian loons ever since, that the citizen should have a say in his own governance

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