Reply to “Fundamentalist intolerance is degrading assembly and association rights worldwide – UN expert”

As I see it the main fundamental problem in the world is the failure by so many people to distinguish optional beliefs from firm reality. Pythagoras theorem is an example of firm reality because it can be shown to be …

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Filed under: Comments on News Stories | June 20th, 2016

Message to Future Left

I see the right way forward as the following. First, an understanding of what fundamental rights every person has. This is considerably different from the prevailing human rights doctrine that contains errors. Second, an agreed upon definition of justice and …

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Filed under: Comments to NGO's | May 27th, 2016

Letter to Religious Freedom Institute

To Religious Freedom Institute,
The subject of religious freedom is confusing the world because the meaning is not clear. Socialists believe that it means one can practice his/her religion wherever he/she is. The political leaders of the Western World, being …

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Filed under: Comments to NGO's | April 29th, 2016

Reply to linkedin art. Are Human Rights and Democracy Universal Concepts?

A concept is more than a thought, it is a constructive thought. “Universal” means applicability all over the world. Pythagoras’ theorem is universal because it can be shown to be true anywhere in the world (or the universe for that …

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Filed under: Uncategorized | March 3rd, 2016

Dignity and Freedom in the Eyes of the Law

The decision by the US supreme court was apparently based on the mistaken notion that marriage is a government institution and consequently every citizen has an equal right to it. Actually, marriage was created before recorded history as a ritual …

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Filed under: Comments on News Stories | June 27th, 2015