The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. Drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, the Declaration was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 (General Assembly resolution 217 A) as a common standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations. It sets out, for the first time, fundamental human rights to be universally protected and it has been translated into over 500 languages. →
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(The Final Wakeup Call)
Governments want to see riots and looting
Stripping down Language, Opinion and Culture
The words people use are controlling their way of thinking
The wealthiest families control global politics and the economy
How people’s minds are controlled
Nothing is as it seems. People are told Anarchism is bad and democracy is good. Anarchists are hooligans on a rampage through the streets, hurling bricks, stones and Molotov cocktails, generally forming a nuisance, is the disinformation. But in reality, anarchy is essentially ‘Freedom’, free from enslavement; free from being forced to act against one’s will. On the other side of the coin, a democracy is nothing more than dictatorship rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%. Point of fact, democracy is a fraud as it simply distributes peoples’ wealth, that in the long run, is destructed anyway. Always think mirror; if they say black, the reality is white. The Truth always turns out to be the opposite of what is sold to the people. Take the case of 5G, that is promoted as an innovation for the well-being of humanity, whereas it is nothing less than a weapon of mass destruction, to be implemented to cull 90% of humanity
Before the Internet was launched in 1992, our thoughts, values and beliefs were informed by our family and friends and by the books, magazines and newspapers we read and by what we heard on radio and saw on television. If we wanted to communicate with each other we would pick up the telephone, write a letter or meet face to face.
The Internet changed everything.
The World Wide Web gave us electronic access to free, uncensored information on our computers, tablets and cell phones and the ability to instantly share that information with each other. It connected us together in a virtual public square, where we could do our own research and talk about our personal experiences, and express what we think and believe and how we feel about important issues that affect our lives.
Read more & video: “The New Internet Police Protecting You from Freedom of Thought and Speech by Barbara Loe Fisher” (17:00) via The Internet Police is “Protecting” You From Free Speech and Thought — Humans Are Free
>Decide for yourself (be free from outside opinion).
>Decide for yourself (be objective in your conclusions).
>Decide for yourself (be true in your own beliefs).
>Decide for yourself (be open to following the facts).
>Decide for yourself (be strong in defending your beliefs).
>Decide for yourself (be resistant to blindly accepting fact-less statements).
>Decide for yourself (be free)
Read more: Q: Difficult Truths Will Soon See The Light Of Day — Era of Light