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 recognition that it applies to the individual, not to groups. My definition is that justice is the concept that a person gets what he/she deserves.
Third is a concept I call proper government. It means a government that protects the rights of all citizens. It is effective and efficient because all positions in the government are defined by a list of responsibilities and every person is required to fulfill those responsibilities under pain of dismissal.
Filed under: Comments to NGO's | May 27th, 2016