Rights’ balance

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  • Every human's right is offset by another human's right. Your right to be an atheist and my right to practice a religion is one good example. By definition, if a true Human Rights advocate agrees with one's right, he must also abide by the other's. As this is quite often impossible, the whole theorem/process is patently absurd.
    In my opinion, following this path can only squander time and waste resources. Allowing legitimate decisions founded on well-established law and precedent to be superceded by such vague and arbitrary rulings constitutes an affront to everyone's basic rights.

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