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So how do we decide who is an A-hole or isn't one? See what I'm getting at? It would be a great system if judgement was correctly done but that won't happen therefore to avoid mistreating some people that don't deserve to be mistreated we need to grant everyone human rights :(
Yes, as long as they don't step on the rights* of other humans.
*As written in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Human rights should be granted to those who respect them and for those who don't, it should be "balanced" according to what part did they "disrespected"
Well duh, Universal Human rights are Universal.
Yes they should, but it's normal to feel sometimes they don't deserve them.
I never knew there was an impartial omnibenevolent human who could judge whose rights go to who. Please introduce him/her to me.
Aside from my sarcasm :P srsly it is inane for such actions to be allowed no matter how A-holeish someone may come across to be. Usually A-holeish behaviour is collectively looked down upon in society already and hence no need for an authority body to strip their rights.
It depends, with A-holes do you mean an ignorant/arrogant/unrespectful idiot or a murderer?
The first one didn't kill anyone. He may be an A-hole and a 'racist' person, but at least he didn't kill anyone.
The second one deprived a Human Being (Living being) of its right to live because of petty reasons.
Depends. By the typical definition of 'a person who is a ****', they should have rights. However, if by arsehole we mean criminals, certain rights and liberties should be denied as part of their prison sentence.
What an absolute ****. How extreme was that response or what? The simple answer is "Yes". All because someone hurt your feelings doesn't mean we should deny them their rights.
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