Ethical Human Rights

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American Academic Press, Jan 3, 2017 - Social Science - 304 pages
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 This book provides a new plan for the world - an ethical approach to human rights, development and globalization which is firmly based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and unlike the prevailing ideologies has no human rights omissions.

In author’s view, so the considerable majority of State leaderships can avoid accountability many human rights are omitted from international law.
But the author considers the UN and States cannot claim the Universal Declaration as its authority when it leaves out so many human rights which he describes as a UN ‘hidden’ collectivist agenda. 
On 10 December 2008 at the UN, and hidden behind a global iron curtain, neoliberal absolutism, was created to replace neoliberalism. Both ideologies are found to stem from the UN ‘hidden’ collectivist agenda and result in the gross neglect of many.
In the author’s view, neoliberal absolutism resulted in a major rebalance of ideological and economic power from the West to the Rest. In addition, exploitation was permitted by omission under international law resulting in the global financial crisis in 2008.
In the author’s view, the UN’s ‘hidden’ collectivist agenda constitutes a global crime against humanity and the West should and would be justified in boycotting the UN until it is removed.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE THE UNS HIDDEN COLLECTIVISTAGENDA
8
CHAPTER TWO HIJACKING NZ HUMAN RIGHTS TO IMPLEMENT UNS
90
HIJACKING OF THE NZ BILL OF RIGHTS
106
BUREAUCRATS BILL OF RIGHTS
132
DUMBING DOWN NEW ZEALAND
153
CHAPTER THREE AWAMI LEAGUE SEEMS TO FOLLOW UNS NEOLIBERAL
197
AMERICA PROMOTES POLITICAL AND NATIONAL UNITY
206
BANGLADESHS SUCCESS IN REDUCING EXTREME POVERTY
212
SECULARISM BASED ON ETHICAL HUMAN RIGHTS
221
CHAPTER FOUR ETHICAL HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT
235
BIBLIOGRAPHYCHAPTER FOUR
247
APPENDIXES
254
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
295
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About the author (2017)

 ANTHONY RAVLICH is a seeker of human rights truth, an activist and writer. From the outset he adopted a duty to inform the public of important human rights truths. Under neoliberalism these were very dark times particularly for those, including him, low on the social scale. Although not entirely unscathed that he was able to survive the ordeal with his sanity intact and able to articulate what happened he attribute to human rights which allowed him to fight throughout but also to spirituality whose strict inner discipline enabled a detachment from his situation so he could be objective in his work, for which he thanks God.

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