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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

United Nations Human Rights Resolution 2014 A

I. Whereas, we, the citizens and governments of this planet recognize that every person has the natural rights of: life, liberty, equal treatment under the law, the right to be treated as having an equal economic value as any other person, an education from the age of six years old through the age of eighteen years old, the right to be free from human bondage, indentured servitude, sexual slavery, and other forms of enslavement,the right to heath care and health education, the right to emergency medical treatment regardless of religion or nationality, the right to not be physically, mentally, or psychologically abused by any person, military, or foreign government, the right to be free from circumcision or genital mutilation of any kind, the right to choose their own occupation, the right to choose to be married or not to be married to another, the right to be free from forced marriage contracts made by their parents or other relatives,the right to free and democratic elections of their leaders and government officials, the right to live in sanitary conditions, the right to free speech, the right to practice their choice of religion without persecution or fear of bodily harm or death, the right to have wrongs against their persons, their property, or their rights prosecuted by the courts on both the criminal and civil levels in every country, the right to self-determination, and the right to seek redress for violations of any of these rights against their government without fear of harm or persecution.

II. We, the representatives of the member nations of the United Nations, do hereby adopt and declare that each citizen born into this world must be afforded these rights and provided with the means necessary to implement these rights by their respective governments.

III.We, the representatives of the member nations of the United Nations, recognize that only by providing these rights to our citizens, will they be equipped for the future, and that by providing these rights and the means for our citizens to implement and access these rights, we will provide the means to create economic stability in our respective nations and throughout the world.

IV.Furthermore, it shall be an international, and national high or federal crime, for any person or government  to interfere with or to deny any person any of these natural rights. The minimum punishment for a violation of human rights shall be thirty years to life in prison without parole or early release.

V. Furthermore, any person, employee, contractor of the United Nations, or United Nations peacekeeper shall not be immune from criminal or civil prosecution for violating any of these rights. Any persons whose rights are violated by any member of any military, or military contractor (including those under contract by the United Nations) shall be afforded the right of the  criminal prosecution and the right to civil damages from said violator of their rights and also from their respective employer. Any violator of the natural rights of any person shall not be immune from criminal prosecution and punishment or civil liability and prosecution of a civil lawsuit against them and their respective employer in any land, whether said prosecution is conducted in the country where the violation occurred or in the country where the violator is either apprehended or resides.

VI.Therefore, no nation, province, or sub-government institution of any kind shall provide immunity for any natural or legal person (including a business entity) from the enforcement of this resolution. Any government which provides any form of immunity from this resolution to any person or legal entity shall be subject to economic sanctions of $1,000,000 One million per day in U.S. Currency.

VII.Whereas, we, the representatives of the member nations of the United Nations have recognized the fact that a world without enforced natural rights for every citizen living thereon, cannot be an economically stable world, we hereby adopt and ratify this resolution and enact it into law thusly:

VIII.This resolution shall go into effect and shall be in force upon receiving a plural vote of the representatives of the member nations to the United Nations, and shall go into effect one year from the date of its adoption.



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