April 4, 2018 was the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., a true and steadfast civil rights activist. Others also have made various sacrifices for equality of rights—also known as “civil rights”—for minorities and people of color.
Are civil rights also human rights?
What are “inalienable rights”?
Inalienable or unalienable rights are those natural rights we are born with and cannot be taken away, neither repealed nor restrained by human laws!
Is there a difference between civil rights and civil liberties?
People often confuse civil rights and civil liberties. Civil rights refer to legal provisions that stem from notions of equality. Civil rights are not in the Bill of Rights; they deal with legal protections. For example, the right to vote is a civil right. A civil liberty, on the other hand, refers to personal freedoms protected by the Bill of Rights. For example, the First Amendment’sright to free speech is a civil liberty.
Religious beliefs, however, fall into dual categories: civil rights and civil liberties. No one in the USA can be denied their religious beliefs and/or practices under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Numerous religious beliefs—organized religions and personal spiritual beliefs—hold as sacrosanct that the human body is the Temple of the Holy Spirit and as such is not to be violated in any manor, especially regarding individuals’ personal beliefs in their spiritual/relationship with the Divine Creator God which, of course, is not Pharma’s consensus science!
Correspondingly, religious beliefs and practices are considered civil and political rights in the United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights to which the United States became a signatory in 1977 with Ratification/Accession in 1992, and a State Party [http://indicators.ohchr.org/ United States of America / State Party].
There are definite parallels between the civil rights movement of the blacks in order to attain their civil rights and the current vaccine safety issues due to suppressive/tyrannical mandates applied to self-determination regarding one’s health, especially the inalienable right to refuse neurotoxic chemicals and poisons injected with vaccines/vaccinations, which scientifically have been proven to cause autoimmune diseases, Autism Spectrum Disorder, but have not been proven to be safe nor effective in not causing cancers; not interfering with fertility; nor being teratogenic—candid statements which appear in vaccine package inserts.
During all those years slavery was practiced in colonial days and until the Civil War, blacks were abused just as innocent infants, toddlers, teens, adults and senior citizens are abused from health harms vaccine manufacturers caution against as contraindications and adverse reactions in vaccine package inserts, and which are verified as happening in the CDC’s VAERS reports by the hundreds of thousands, and the almost $4 BILLION paid to vaccinees for vaccine damages and/or deaths.
However, federal, state and local health agencies ignore those documented health harms, just as slave masters continued to abuse blacks, while blacks were denied their civil rights for a hundred years after the Civil War ended until Dr. King launched the Civil Rights movement.
Just as blacks were physically, emotionally and legally abused, so does the administration of toxic vaccines mandate what amounts to assault and battery for those who do not want to partake of toxic vaccinations for themselves and/or their children, or are legally prosecuted, especially when their right to self-determination is stipulated as a civil and political right.
Below are pertinent clauses in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which are germane to self-determination, an inalienable right all humans are born with, and which control freaks, corporations, vested interests, professional associations and autocrats work to deny, similar to how black people, under slavery and other suppressive ‘cultural traditions’ of former times, were denied their rights, which are not tolerated in today’s high-profile legal culture of civil rights and civil liberties.
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by General Assembly resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966 entry into force 23 March 1976, in accordance with Article 49