Human Rights are Not absolute

by Jiffy Rando
(Manila, Philippines)

I have deep appreciation for human rights however I do not believe on the ABSOLUTE STATE of it. A Good example is how human rights are used to somehow justify unlawful behavior in my country. Human rights yes but in the face of those who are proven evil will you stay say that? What about the victims? What about their rights? Their dignity?

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Jan 09, 2020

by: Kenth Bender

Thanks Jiffy for your opinions.
That's exactly what I mean. "Rights" is an external control and is used arbitrarily. Many times abused by leaders, authorities and corrupt people. In the end, there is great risk and a fact that human dignity is abolished.


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