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Equal Human Rights will Solve Social Problems

Equal human rights mean we all need to have equal opportunities in life. What is allowed to some must be allowed to everybody else. It is of utmost importance for creating a good society. We already have a lot of equal rights, for example, we have equal purchasing rights on the market, and that is the reason why the market of goods works well. The lack of equal human rights creates problems for humankind.

We have interrupted the equal right to work because unemployment exists. Unemployed people must accept any job to survive, and that brings the exploitation of workers. We may bring justice to the economy by shortening work hours until unemployment is eliminated.  It will raise the demand for workers and increase their salaries until exploitation is eliminated. Workers would be able to purchase more, making the economy grow, and this will solve the enormous problem of today’s economy.

Equal human rights may make the economy even better. We may introduce competition among workers for every public work post at any time. Every job should be filled by the worker who offers higher productivity, more responsibility, and lower price for work. I have presented such an economy in the scientific book Humanism. People will need a lot of time to accept such work division. However, it will grow the economy much more than capitalism could, and that will send capitalism down in history.

Equal human rights also mean all people should have the same legislative, judicial, and executive powers in society. That is something that is non-existent today, and this is the main obstacle to reaching a good society. Let’s give everyone equal rights to evaluate other people for whatever they do. Each positive evaluation will bring a small award to the assessed person, and each negative evaluation will result in a small punishment. Then everyone will work hard to better the lives of others and not hurt anybody. This will create a good society.

Equal human rights will solve all social problems of humankind. They will create a good society. I have presented this process more in the article: Equal Human Rights will build Heaven on Earth. People should pay attention, contemplate and discuss it, but they do not. Why?

 

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John Ellis
August 3, 2020

EQUAL RIGHTS — PURE STUPIDITY

Surely, as everyone has unequal intelligence, giving them unequal ability to produce wealth. And as each class has different responsibilities, they deserve different rights and freedoms.

A most excellent and intelligent design, as it is the only way possible to achieve equality, morality and happiness. Namely, by having compassion for those in a lower-class and giving charity in a way that best produces a grateful response.

John Ellis
Reply to  John Ellis
August 3, 2020

For the 25% most intelligent in society, only they should have the right to lead, guide, administrate and make creative improvements to both society and government.

The educated middle-class, only they should have the right to educate, supervise and police.

And the uneducated laboring-class, only they should have the right to do all the manual labor in society. Surely, only they need a right to guarantee them a living wage, least they be made powerless by economical slavery.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 3, 2020

WHEN INTELLIGENCE BECOMES STUPIDITY
Because it is a proven fact that all the blacks and Latinos in your upper-half of society are more intelligent than laboring-class me, this establishes that I am predigest and bigoted against myself?

John Ellis
August 3, 2020

INTELLIGENCE DICTATORSHIP
We may introduce competition among workers”

But surely, how can you introduce something that has enslaved
the working-class since the beginning of civilization?

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 3, 2020

If my laboring-class has a right to own equal wealth as the genus rich, than compassion and charity have been destroyed and replaced by a legal obligation compelled by the deadly force of government.

Than all of the laboring-class has a right to be ingrate and ego inflated, thinking that they deserve something for nothing.

Fooling my laboring-class into thinking that having a right to compete with your college educated middle-class, is a level playing field and an equal right to win, when it is unequal right to loose, that is a crime against humanity.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 3, 2020

If the rich have legal right to be rich, than the poor have no right to food, clothing nor salvation from a living heal called homeless.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 4, 2020

If a shorter work week was ever going to be, it would have happened in 1980. But instead, a massive number of jobs have been shipped off-shore and the gig economy has my working-class doing two or three jobs.
And as more and more robots come on line, we who do all things manual, more and more must worry about a genocide.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 4, 2020

IMPOSSIBLE
For the only way to have an equal opportunity to be rich,
is to be born with an intelligence equal to the rich.

John Ellis
August 3, 2020

“Every job should be filled by the worker who offers the highest productivity”

PROBLEM ONE: Above is a description of how China turns workers into robots.

PROBLEM TWO: Everyone does not have equal intelligence, which is why competition is an unequal playing field and a crime against humanity.

John Ellis
August 3, 2020

“all people should have the same legislative,
judicial, and executive powers in society.”

As everyone has a different level of intelligence, thereby creating an intelligent ruling-class, educated middle-class and uneducated laboring-class, it is not unequal control of government that causes corruption in government.

For government is nothing more than the organized morality of society,
and if everyone would stop striving to enrich themselves upon the misery of those with less education and less whiteness of skin, we would have a moral society making sure that we had a good government.

John Ellis
August 3, 2020

“equal rights to evaluate other people… each negative
evaluation will result in a small punishment.”

The Idea of allowing people to publicly slander others, and in doing so to then inflict extra punish on others, surely, the intent of this obnoxious author most be to destroy this WEB site by infuriating readers.

Further, this author has posted several articles on “equal rights” and not once has he stated a legal definition for one of his brand new rights. Also, never does he state “an equal right,” for by vague generalities does he strive to burn up a readers emotional capital.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 3, 2020

Degrading and destroying the value of exercising freedom of speech, by having the freedom to slander and punish others in public, this is not a human right, but an inhuman satanic evil.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 3, 2020

Every rich owner of media clam’s freedom of the press as an excuse when they deny the right to be heard to all who differ openly against the rich and powerful.
Actually, we exercise freedom of speech only when we are organized, in the streets and being so gassed and pulverized that media is forced to broadcast our demands.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 4, 2020

U.S. Constitution
“Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom… of the press”

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 4, 2020

Making public a negative evaluation and publicly inflicting punishment, that is not harassment?
And the judge who makes the evaluation, will he be any less corrupt in a court system where the party best able to advance the judge’s political asperations always win?

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 4, 2020

Ruling-class writes, your middle-class reads and my laboring-class laughs at the stupidity of it all.

Johnny The Boy
Johnny The Boy
August 3, 2020

A salient reminder that true equality by the masses can only be achieved from the business end of a shotgun, a pitchfork or a machete.
Indeed, history has proven it as such.
Great empires have been brought down by the anger of the great unwashed and long may it continue.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
August 3, 2020

Only if a man perceives that he deserves nothing, will he have the humility to apply his knowledge toward establishing equality.
On the other hand, as the majority are born with an instinct for survival demanding to be fed and demanding all that the law will allow, they use knowledge as a tool to create and enforce slavery.

John Ellis
Reply to  Johnny The Boy
August 3, 2020

Not so, for we all have a deathly fear of those in a higher class who can regionalize problems faster, take corrective action sooner and effect our instant death without a shred of guilt.
Anyway, you are way off topic, for our goal is not to accomplish good in a world designed to expose all evil, but to decide what is good so that we can be ready when all things turn toward the good.

Sue Rarick
Sue Rarick
August 3, 2020

So my grandmother came to the US from Ireland in 1900. She was Irish Catholic which meant it was illegal to speak English in Ireland and came here only knowing Gaelic…. She learned to speak English and eventually also ancient Greek, Latin, French and German. She worked as a candy wrapper and that paid for her parochial school education.She went to a local college and became a teacher eventually ending up getting her PhD in education from NYU in the 1930’s. In the middle of the Depression. So what gets to me is people complaining about opportunities when here was… Read more »

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Sue Rarick
Sue Rarick
Reply to  Sue Rarick
August 4, 2020

Just as a sidebar. When I was 12 my grandmother told me I was getting the bare minimum in her will that would prevent me from suing. Reason…………… I have a sister that is less blessed than the rest of us and she would need the money. Me, There isn’t a job or profession other than professional gigolo that I couldn’t excel at. Most assumed it would be law and not engineering but worse it was marine engineering. I actually agreed with my grandmother – My income was only limited by the fact that enjoying work was more important than… Read more »

Cudwieser
Cudwieser
Reply to  Sue Rarick
August 4, 2020

English wasn’t legally banned in Ireland, it was the other way about, for key historical reasons. Irish is an endangered language and was oft taught on the fly and great secrecy, usually being spoken within the home and in the fields, but never formally and certainly not in class. This was especially true since the 1700’s when England sought to anglesize Ireland.

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