Shelly, you misunderstand the principle of human rights. The human rights are made and signed to in order to protect the individual against the excesses of state power or the power of the jurisdiction that the individual is in. Therefore the human rights organisation petition states and state organisations in cases that they see individuals becoming victims of the abuse of state power. These rights are fundamental, which means that EVERY human being has these COMPLETE rights. Only if one human right is in direct conflict with the other, a human right can be revoked. For example. the right for free expression of your opinion can be forbidden when in conflict with the right of protection from hateful harassment of minorities. Thus, right wing extremists in Europe don't have the right to freely express hateful opinions about Jews or other minorities.
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