Why “Defending Humanity”? Why now?
Almost any problem you have ever encountered with an authority is because one or more of your Human Rights was being violated. Born out of violations during the 2020 pandemic, Defending Humanity is a movement dedicated to preserving the Human Rights of people the world over.
We are volunteers from around the world who have decided it is time for us all to stop leaving it to the “professionals who know what they are doing” and instead, step up and reclaim our lives.
Attend Our Online Seminars on the human rights we have today, why it is so difficult to have them respected, and to help develop human rights for the 21st Century.
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THESE ARE OUR HUMAN RIGHTS:
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BECAUSE YOU KNOW SOMETHING IS WRONG
We are like you (and everyone else) who wants to succeed as an individual in whatever we want to do and whatever we believe in.
Society suffers when the individual is made into a number, super-controlled through intimidation and lies.
Because the individual is the building block of society and if the individual is squashed, society quickly falls apart.
“All political institutions are manifestations and materializations of power; they petrify and decay as soon as the living power of the people ceases to uphold them.” Hannah Arendt
Seen enough of this over the last few years?
Well, the problem looks big, it is big, but it is not so big that you can’t do anything about it. There is something very simple you can do to break free before the prison door slams shut.
All it takes to give these Human Rights teeth is for you (and everyone else) to know them and insist on them being respected. And then tell everyone else you know to do the same.
It won’t be long before we little people and struggling groups number in the billions. In fact, if only 5 people reached out to 5 others each day and convinced them to learn their rights and tell 5 other people that day, and this pattern continued, it would take less than 2 weeks for over 2 billion people to know their rights and insist on them.
And once we walk three more steps together with Defending Humanity’s 4-step journey to freedom from tyranny, anything you thought impossible will be possible.
“Note: We provide the text for these breakthrough documents for those interested in what they actually say—please be aware that the words used may be confusing unless the meanings are clarified in an appropriate dictionary, and their meanings may have changed over the centuries.”
2,560 years ago, Cyrus the Great of Persia (modern day Iran) released slaves, established racial equality, and gave people freedom of religion, as recorded in this clay cylinder.
1215: The Magna Carta—gave people new rights and made the king subject to the law.
1628: The Petition of Right—laid out the rights of the people against totalitarian measures
1776: The United States Declaration of Independence—proclaimed the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
1787, The US Constitution limited the power of different branches of government and defined the basic rights of citizens.
1789: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen—a document of France, stating that all citizens are equal under the law and granting freedom from oppression
1791: The US Bill of Rights protects basic freedoms of citizens
The First Geneva Convention (1864) established rights for wounded combatants and updated four times since
1947: The Nuremburg Code aligned allowable medical experimentation on humans with basic Human Rights.
1948: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights listed 30 specific rights to which everyone is entitled.
Additional documents reinforced these rights, such as the 1950 European Convention on Human Rights; the UK’s Human Rights Act of 1998; and the 2009 Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.