The Universal Declaration on Human Rights

The United Nations Universal Declaration on Human Rights is not carried into law in Australia, it is not a constitutional provision on a state or federal level, therefore it has no place before any state court. People can claim to have all the fantastical rights they can imagine, but unless they are enacted by constitutional provision, they don’t even exist in law. All rights are a fiction of law, and must be perceived that way by the law. “The state … Continue reading The Universal Declaration on Human Rights
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