Something Can Be Done About It
|Scientologists from the Church of Scientology of Frankfurt join the German Chapter of Youth for Human Rights International in a march through the streets of their city to promote human rights education.|
World War I was so savage and brutal it was named the “war to end all wars.” Yet a mere twenty years later the world was once again embroiled in global conflict. And in the name of preventing a reoccurrence of the infamous atrocities of World War II, in 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was born, in the realization that — recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.”
But almost 60 years after the Universal Declaration was adopted by the member states of the United Nations, a brief glance at the news demonstrates the harsh truth — that the implementation of the human rights, laid out in this document and its European counterpart, the European Convention on Human Rights, has not been accomplished.
Getting basic human rights applied is one of the key parts of counteracting the hysteria that gets spread with garbage like the North Korean dispute currently being carried in the media. Honestly, people need to be respecting one another, and as per what Mr. David Miscavige went over in his speech in Buffalo, applying the principles in The Way to Happiness to actually respect and live with those around us.