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03-04-05, 10:06
In light of the rising importance and salience of non-governmental organisations (NGO's) in the decision making processes around the world and their cleaning up of the questionable 'democracies' that abound, what is the real value given these days to individual rights?

One view of human rights is that individuals have the right to be safe, to live in peace whilst practicing their religious, sexual and moral views without prejudice.

Generally, and broadly speaking these sound like good ideas to propogate, but what happens if I want to exercise my right to be a brutal dictator, to torture and maim, to engage in nepotism, favouritism and questionable sexual habits, whilst suffocating freedom of speech in my free time? Do I have the right, as a free individual living in a free and multi-(insert) society to flex my muscles without considering others? What do you think? :85:

alexriversan
03-04-05, 11:48
you posted to my threads.

now i have the honour to be the 1st replyer.

why not visit http://www.psychologytoday.com

and do the free EQ test? (tell us your score)

probably, this enables you to solve the dilemma yourself.