Black Lives Matter Blue Lives Matter Brown Lives Matter White Lives Matter If all human live matters, there is no live thereof that is theoretically ordained to be superior to any life. John Locke, who lived through two revolutions in 17th-century England, remains perhaps the most important theorist about democracy. The principles that government should be based on the consent of the governed, that most people can make reasonable choices, that all men are created equal, that people have inalienable rights. It illustrates that simply being human, we have certain inalienable rights. Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly that enshrines the rights and freedom of all human beings, was accepted as Resolution 217 at its 3rd session on 10th Dec 1948 at Pallais De Chaillot in Paris. Of the 58 members of the United Nations at the time, 48 voted in favor, none against, eight abstained and two did not vote.

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