Society must permanently move human rights discourse to the realms of comedy or fiction.
The largest social experiment in human history has exposed the human rights industry as one of the biggest intellectual shams we have ever witnessed.
Human rights discourse is the orthodox moral (and increasingly legal) framework that has informed government policy since the UN invented the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 70 years ago.
The Declaration has been the springboard for the creation of countless legal instruments and government bodies. Three Australian jurisdictions (Victoria, Queensland and ACT) have enacted a Bill of Rights and taxpayers are burning millions to prop up the Australian Human Rights Commission.
The human rights industry once enthusiastically trumpeted the need for governments to give individuals a countless range of interests, including the right to privacy and freedom of conscience.
However, now they squander in the corner as our world is pillaged by medical gangsters.
The catastrophe here is that the pandemic has sharpened the ‘collective intellect’ of governments and the broader community, while the ‘rational’ voices have bought the propaganda.
All governments have dealt with COVID in a manner that has totally ignored any appeals to human rights and instead have been guided by only one coherent moral objective: ‘the greater good’.
Every human right, no matter how supposedly “fundamental”, has been summarily swatted away in ‘dealing with COVID’.
The human body was once conventionally regarded as inviolable. “My body, my choice” has for decades been a conversation stopper. At the same time, human rights warriors have been telling us the privacy of health records is an absolute right.
Yet, Australians must now infuse their body with a vaccine or incur suffering in the form of being sacked from work and denied entry to most amenities.
Assertions of fundamental rights by people who don’t want to be vaccinated are dismissively rejected. Moreover, lockdowns have violated our liberty, freedom of association and even freedom to engage in family relationships.
During this brutal assault on the human rights of every Australian, there has not been a whimper from the human rights industry – not even a “save human rights” Twitter hashtag.
The only right exercised is the right of silence.
And it is only getting worse.
A BRAVE NEW WORLD
The Victorian Public Health and Wellbeing (Pandemic Management) Bill introduced into the Victorian parliament on Tuesday is the most draconian legislation we’ve seen in this country.
It vests supreme unchecked power in one man (Dan Andrews) to detain people, restrict the movement of millions of people and shut businesses indefinitely by simply declaring a pandemic – even if there is not a single case of infection in Victoria.
So, why isn’t the army of human rights lawyers and scholars marching into court to protect the privacy and bodily rights of the vaccine-hesitant and save Australians from some of the longest liberty-denying ordeals on Earth?
There is only one answer. Their industry is illusory; an intellectual scam.
Rights arguments are simply won by the side with the most money or internet followers.
If rights discourse had the sparsest intellectual rigour, it would have provided a pathway for dealing with the myriad conflicting interests presented by the pandemic. Protection of ALL parties.
This would of included the need to protect people, while at the same time recognising the importance of liberty and the need for work and education.
Instead, these organisations have been totally impotent in solving anything.
Two hundred years ago, philosopher Jeremy Bentham declared the concept of human rights “nonsense on stilts”.
A few years later, JS Mill told the world there is ‘no such thing as human rights’.
Perhaps they were right all along.
Humanity was given the illusion of freedom while The Great Revolution was completed.
When the principles of freedom mattered most, they were abandoned by those who reportedly represented them.
It is one thing to think these concepts exist, but if there’s nobody to fight for them and enforce them — where does that leave us?
If a tree falls in the woods and nobody heard it, did it really fall?
This remains the high-water mark of human rights organisations and their co-opted messages.
Now, there is apparently only one evaluative framework that can inform government and individual choices.
One world. One order. No questions asked.
Australians, when faced with COVID, have nearly all become utilitarian.
They disregard the rights of bodily integrity, and privacy of the vaccine-hesitant, because ‘society benefits if we are all vaccinated’.
A distorted moral code where rights are a thing of the past. A dangerous path.
The unmitigated pursuit of the ‘common good’ is the singular ideal that must inform societal choices, according to the new-age religious Scientism fanatics.
I, for one, would like the right for taxpayers to be free from the self-serving human rights industry.
Charlatans, liars and traitors.
Let history never forget the inactive role these groups have taken.
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