L. Ron Hubbard: Human Rights Must Be Realized As Fact

The Scientology Church is sponsoring the largest non-governmental information campaign, to the Universal Declaration of human rights known to make true to the belief of Scientology is the motto of L. Ron Hubbard “Human rights must be realized as fact, not as an idealistic dream” Church, that all men have inalienable rights. Therefore, Scientologists enter human rights for more than 50 years. In surveys what are human rights?”came out that it gave very different answers, and on the other hand, very few people know about their rights. Rights to which every person has a right, because he is a man. Human rights are based on the principle of respect for the individual. It is assumed that each person is a moral and sentient being deserves to be treated with dignity. They are called human rights, because they are common.

While countries or specific groups enjoy certain rights that apply only to them, human rights are those Rights to which everyone is entitled regardless of who he is or where he lives. Human rights far out include more than just the freedom of speech and belief. You mean choice and equality of opportunity. You mean freedom, a work to get to work, to seek out a partner of their choice and to raise children. They include the right to freedom of movement, and the right to be employed, without harassment, abuse or threat of arbitrary dismissal, as well as the right to democracy. Gradually, the idea could take foot of that people should enjoy a certain freedom. This idea led after the second world war to the document General Declaration of human rights”and the 30 rights to which all people have a claim. Today, it is the most translated document in the world according to the Guinness Book of world records -. A key aspect of the beliefs of the Scientology religion is the belief that all people have inalienable rights.

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