Human rights in secularism ….. nonsense and incoherence as per usual.



Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) (1948) — Encyclopedia Britannica

“Two key ethical considerations underscored the main tenets of the UDHR: a commitment to the inherent dignity of every human being and a commitment to nondiscrimination”.

………George J. Andreopoulos, on the UDHR  Encyclopedia Britannica…….

In the extract  below   from  the  Encylopedia  Britannica , George  J  Andreopoulos, asserts  that  two  fundamental  ethical  constructs  underpin  the Universal  Declaration  of  Human  Rights  (UDHR).  The  first  is  the  inherent dignity  of  every  human being.  

The question is  where  does  this  dignity  come from  and why should  any human  being  respect  the  dignity of  another ?

The  authors of  the UDHR document do  not  explain  the  source of  inherent human dignity .  It  is  assumed.  

This  is  a major  shortcoming  as  if  humans are  the  products  of  evolution  from an original  life form  which itself   was  produced   by  chance  from  inanimate  material  humans  can have  no  more  inherent  value  than inanimate material.  In  this  scenario human  dignity is  an illusion.

The secular elite  ( also called  the Ubermensch)   would like  to  hoodwink  the  rest  of  us  with  this  nonsense  so  that they  can  become  the  gods  of  this  world  determining  what is  right and  what is  wrong. 

These  “brights”   have  created   “rights”  to  scat  whilst  at  the  same  time  seeking  to marginalise  Christianity.


Scat / Things to know

Also known in personal ads and internet profiles as:

dirty (as in ‘into dirty’)
Hanky code

Brown worn:

on the left (wants to dump on you)
on the right (wants to be dumped on).
What is scat?

Scat involves playing with shit, smearing it on your or his body, and sometimes eating it. It can also mean just getting off on seeing another guy dump his load.

‘Farming’ is taking shit from public toilets to play with.

What’s the attraction?

Taboos around cleanliness couldn’t be more powerfully broken by shit play: it’s everything we’ve been told not to do since childhood.

Men can be drawn to scat precisely because it provokes such a strong negative reaction in others. Lovers of scat might get a kick from stepping over what for most people is the line between what’s OK and what’s too extreme. Scat is perhaps the ultimate in sex without limits or inhibitions.

Privately we’re often fascinated by our own bowel movements and excrement. Scat lets men explore and share this interest and enjoy a special bond with other lovers of shit.

For scat fans shit can excite all the senses with its warmth, texture, smell, colour and possibly taste. Just like contact with the intimate body fluids of cum, spit or piss, sex involving shit can be a sign of intense closeness as someone is offering something that’s come from deep inside them. And in an intense power play scene, nothing is more symbolic of degradation, humiliation and control than exposure to faeces.

Last review: 30/09/2011
Next review: 01/06/2014

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) (1948) — Encyclopedia Britannica


Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) (1948) — Encyclopedia Britannica

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), foundational document of international human  rights law. It has been referred to as humanity’s Magna Carta by Eleanor Roosevelt, who chaired the United Nations (UN) Commission on Human Rights that was responsible for the drafting of the  document. After minor changes it was adopted unanimously—though with abstentions from the Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR), Czechoslovakia, Poland, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, the Soviet Union, the Ukrainian SSR, and Yugoslavia—by the UN General Assembly on December 10, 1948 (now celebrated annually as Human Rights Day), as a “common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations.” The French jurist René Cassin was originally recognized as the principal author of the UDHR. It is now well established, however, that, although no individual can claim ownership of this document, John Humphrey, a Canadian professor of law and the UN Secretariat’s Human Rights Director, authored its first draft. Also instrumental in the drafting of the UDHR were Roosevelt; Chang Peng-chun, a Chinese  playwright, philosopher, and diplomat; and Charles Habib Malik, a Lebanese philosopher and diplomat.

Humphrey’s main contribution lay in producing the very inclusive first draft of the declaration. Cassin was a key player in the deliberations held throughout the commission’s three sessions as well as those of the commission’s drafting subsidiary. At a time of increasing East-West tensions, Roosevelt used her enormous prestige and credibility with both superpowers to steer the drafting process toward its successful completion. Chang excelled in forging compromises when the committee seemed incapable on the verge of an impasse. Malik, whose philosophy was firmly rooted in natural law, was a major force in the debates surrounding key provisions and played a critical role in elucidating and refining basic conceptual issues.

The massive and systematic human rights abuses committed during World War II, including the Nazi genocide of Jews, Roma (Gypsies), and other groups, spurred the development of an international human rights instrument. In particular, the inclusion of crimes against humanity in the Charter of the International Military Tribunal, which paved the way for the subsequent Nürnberg trials, signaled the need to hold the perpetrators of atrocities internationally accountable for their actions irrespective of any domestic provisions to the contrary or the silence of domestic laws. At the same time, the drafters of the UN Charter sought to highlight the interrelationship between war prevention and fundamental human rights. Two key ethical considerations underscored the main tenets of the UDHR: a commitment to the inherent dignity of every human being and a commitment to nondiscrimination.




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