Human Rights Are Universal

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Being Antiwar,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“One either believes that human rights extend to all humans, or one doesn’t beliee in human rights at all.”

My Commentary: Inconvenient Truth…

IBM Remains at Cutting Edge of Human Rights Violations

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

“NYPD Counterterrorism”

IBM Used NYPD Surveillance Footage to Develop Technology That Lets Police Search by Skin Color:
https://theintercept.com/2018/09/06/nypd-surveillance-camera-skin-tone-search/

(George Joseph, Kenneth Lipp) In the decade after the 9/11 attacks, the New York City Police Department moved to put millions of New Yorkers under constant watch. Warning of terrorism threats, the department created a plan to carpet Manhattan’s downtown streets with thousands of cameras and had, by 2008, centralized its video surveillance operations to a single command center. Two years later, the NYPD announced that the command center, known as the Lower Manhattan Security Coordination Center, had integrated cutting-edge video analytics software into select cameras across the city.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: This company is always at the cutting-edge of human rights violations.

IBM Collaborated with Nazis, Used Technology to Process Concentration-Camp-Victim Data During WWII:
http://acidrayn.com/2009/11/03/the-corporation-taking-the-right-side-documentary-clip/

Malfunctioning Thinking Cap

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Anarchyball,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“You need to give your guns to the people caging children”

My Commentary: Her thinking cap appears to be cutting off the oxygen to her brain! 😮

Never Forget… Institutionalized Eugenics in America

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"Buck v. Bell: In 1925, Virginia, like a majority of states then, enacted eugenic sterilization laws. Viriginia's law allowed state institutions to operate on individuals to prevent conception of what were believed to be 'genetically inferior' children. Charlottesville native, Carrie Buck (1906 - 1983), involuntarily committed to a state facility near Lynchburg, was chosen as the first person to be sterilized under the law. The U.S. Supreme Court, in Buck v. Bell, on 2 May 1927, affirmed the Virginia law. After Buck, mor than 8,000 other Virginians were sterlized before the most relevant parts of the act were repealed in 1974. Later evidence eventually showed that Buck and many others had no 'hereditary defects.' She is buried south of here." (Department of Historic Resources, 2002)

“Buck v. Bell: In 1925, Virginia, like a majority of states then, enacted eugenic sterilization laws. Viriginia’s law allowed state institutions to operate on individuals to prevent conception of what were believed to be ‘genetically inferior’ children. Charlottesville native, Carrie Buck (1906 – 1983), involuntarily committed to a state facility near Lynchburg, was chosen as the first person to be sterilized under the law. The U.S. Supreme Court, in Buck v. Bell, on 2 May 1927, affirmed the Virginia law. After Buck, mor than 8,000 other Virginians were sterlized before the most relevant parts of the act were repealed in 1974. Later evidence eventually showed that Buck and many others had no ‘hereditary defects.’ She is buried south of here.” (Department of Historic Resources, 2002)

Buck v. Bell:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buck_v._Bell

Buck v. Bell, 274 U.S. 200 (1927), is a decision of the United States Supreme Court, written by Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., in which the Court ruled that a state statute permitting compulsory sterilization of the unfit, including the intellectually disabled, “for the protection and health of the state” did not violate the Due Process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The decision was largely seen as an endorsement of negative eugenics—the attempt to improve the human race by eliminating “defectives” from the gene pool. The Supreme Court has never expressly overturned Buck v. Bell.

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Never forget…

Check Your Blue Privilege, Statist!

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “The Liberty Principle: No Consent from the Governed,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

"Badges don't grant extra rights"

“Badges don’t grant extra rights”

My Commentary: “Check your privilege,” Statists. All delusions, aside, human rights are actually universal.