Saturday, December 29, 2018

129. THE 5 BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS

It is necessary to upgrade  our perceptions of basic human rights exactly because of  our current social and economic difficulties :



THE 5 BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS


The basic human rights are based on the basic 7 human freedoms.


 THE PRINCIPLE OF FREEDOMS OF THE INDIVIDUAL


This principle is fundamental, as it determines how the society is to function without violating individual freedoms. 

The 7 basic individual freedoms are 

1.1) Spiritual freedom (freedom of religion or no religion) 
1.2) Freedom of Political Decisions (Direct Democracy) 
1.3) Expressive-creative freedom (freedom of speech) 
1.4) Moral freedom (freedom from fear and externally imposed values) 
1.5) Economic freedom (freedom from necessity) 
1.6) Physical freedom (actions). 
1.7) The freedom of private ownership (having, as far as it is not a against the collective good).

These freedoms lead to the basic 5 Human Rights 

1) PHYSICAL  RIGHTS
No man, nor society, can imprison anyone  unless it is punishment  for a crime after impartial trial. In any case, no torture is permissible for anyone either for retaliation or with the excuse of national security 


2) ECONOMIC RIGHTS 

2.1) Given the abolition of the rule of gold, each person has a direct and individual right by his name, without borrowing, on any money issued by any organization, like ministry of finance or central bank etc. This right is analogous to the automatic right to health insurance.

2.2) Everyone, as a heir of the civilization which has been created by the the previous generations, is entitled, as a measure of basic freedom of survival , from the day of birth till the day of death, to a minimum subsistence allowance of survival, for food, clothing, shelter and transport. And this right is analogous to the automatic right to health insurance.


3) RIGHTS IN SOCIAL DECISIONS (POLITICAL RIGHTS OF THE DIRECT DEMOCRACY)

Every person and citizen  has not only the right to vote in politics  in equal terms with each other, but also has the right to express his or her direct voter's decision (direct, not representative democracy) in any political decision, particularly those concerning him directly , without the mediation of representatives (political parties, parliaments, senates  and governments).

4) INFORMATION RIGHTS (privacy of personal data, public data transparency)

Everyone is entitled to the secrecy of privacy and personal  information, for reasons similar to the secrecy of political polls. In no case a massive national scale  violation of it is to be allowed , through the internet or other ways, to do so without a judicial decision, which may apply only to particular individual and only very few individual cases. On the other hand no institution or organization has the right to hide from the public, or the state information significant for the collective function of the society (e.g. information about owners of the central banks, and details of how , when and with what transactions, money is issued and circulated)

5) METAPHYSICAL  RIGHTS (freedom of religion or religions)

No one , the society or institutions etc can impose on a person without his consent a morality  of the type, that the spiritual path or the path of evolution of the human consciousness  passes exclusively through a particular religion, or  historical person or an absent   existence or the small group of existences visible the invisible. Everyone is encouraged to be in contact with his deeper spirit and soul consciousness, but only when these collectively converge, then the society and civilization actually prospers.