"The corpus of human rights is indivisible
and interdependent. We cannot pick and choose, emphasizing some and ignoring
I certainly agree with you that we must forcibly resist calls to reinstate
torture, by the way. However, the United Nations as a whole, including the
Human Rights Council, totally ignores the human rights of men (Article 26
of the International
Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), about Sex Discrimination)
and the human rights of unborn children (Article 6 of the ICCPR
on the Right to Life, as well as Article 16). Indeed, you actually oppress
men and unborn children by prioritising women's convenience over men's rights
and the rights of unborn children and by totally ignoring the rights of men.
The United Nations also practises a fashionable, Fascist policy of so-called
"Diversity", which tramples on Article 26 of the ICCPR,
about Sex Discrimination. The ICCPR
is about individual rights, whereas so-called "Diversity" is about
so-called "group rights", which do not legally exist. The United
Nations itself has employment policies which are based on ensuring the adequate
representation of its member states, and that is understandable, since nation
states are the legal constituent parts of the United Nations. However, the
legal constituent parts of those nation states are individual human beings
-- not groups. The women who gain jobs at the expense of better-qualified
men then proceed, armed with their primitive Feminist ideology (which is also
your primitive Feminist ideology), to oppress men by instituting other sexist
and anti-male policies and decisions. For example, the World Health Organisation,
which is headed by Margaret Chan,
lists Women's Health as a health topic, but totally ignores Men's Health
-- just as you totally ignore Men's Rights!
You probably have no idea, even, what men's rights might be, so I refer
you, for example, to this Manifesto.
I would also like to refer you, as an example, to the Human
Rights Council's Universal Periodical Review (2009) of New Zealand. Starting
on page 6, various countries on the Human Rights Council make comments about
Human Rights in relation to New Zealand. By my count, 15 of these comments
mentioned women, one mentioned children, and absolutely
none mentioned men!
I have, unlike you, a Law degree (amongst others), and I have studied Human
Rights law. I am aware that many people in the legal profession treat "sex
discrimination" as if it were something that only women suffer from.
They do not have this attitude because there is any evidence
of this! In my experience, these people are very stupid and have been soaked
in Feminist propaganda from a young age. Therefore they simply do not look
for sex discrimination that might be practised by women or that men might
suffer from -- with the possible exception of sex discrimination in the workplace
-- to a limited extent.
I urge you to realise that corpus of human rights
is indivisible and interdependent. We cannot pick and choose, emphasizing
some and ignoring others!