Now let’s focus on the tenth right: Meritocracy.
Democracy has failed, we cannot ignore this fact; we have gone through various types of governments: aristocracy, kingdom, democratic city-states and now the whole world is exalting the idea of democracy.
However, democracy has never solved any problem, but rather has introduced new ones.
Precisely in the light of these problems, Karl Marx assumed the dictatorship of the proletariat.
I do not support this idea, since my own assumption goes far beyond democracy.
All the religions, without any exception, believe that men have had a soul since their birth.
Throughout the history of mankind, Giorgio Gurdjieff is the only one who has astonishingly said: "You don’t have any soul."
The only one! Despite the various religions.
Gurdjieff stands out from the crowd and claims that men have no soul; therefore, the place intended for the soul is actually empty.
Anyhow, we may try to create it.
"Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,
Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people."
- Nine: a World Government
On 10 December 1948, the United Nations General Assembly approved and enacted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 48 Countries, including the United States – the actual promoter of the Declaration – took part in the vote and supported this proposal.
Conversely, 8 Countries were absent: the Eastern bloc, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and some Russian regions.
After this formal resolution, the United Nations General Assembly instructed the Secretary-General to extensively spread this Declaration and, to this end, to publish, distribute and translate the text not only into the five official languages, but also into as many other languages as possible with every available instrument.
Now, let’s go back to our modern times: over the last seventy years, there has been a rapid and significant progress, however the Declaration of human rights has remained the same.
Seventh principle: one Earth, one Mankind.
Before completing our Declaration of Human Rights, I would like to stress that men need to start a great thought revolution against the injustices, but especially against the so-called "philanthropists"; i.e. those who declare their love for humanity, their intention to improve the fate of men with the purpose of contributing to the wellbeing of mankind, but inevitably end up establishing fake profit-making bodies and organizations.
All over the world, including Italy, women and immigrants are paid less than men performing the same tasks, although the Declaration of Human Rights states that salaries should be equal, regardless of the workers’ gender, nationality or ethnic group.
However, it is not so! ...
And this is the fifth right within the Pursuit of truth: every educational environment, from nursery schools to kindergartens and universities must lay the foundations for an atmosphere suitable for meditation and relaxation.
Universal Declaration of human rights according to the Prophetism carries on in its elucidation. We took into consideration the first two issues namely: the right to Live, the second, which is the closest to my heart, Love, we now come to the third fundamental right, which combined with the other two represent the three most important things of the existence, as mentioned above: Live, Love and the Death... which everyone must be given, after a certain age to terminally ill with great physical suffering, the inalienable right to die.
The fourth I'm going to talk about in this context is the Search for Truth (Pursuit of truth).
Right to Life - The Right to Love - Human rights according to Prophetism.
Universal Declaration of human rights according to Prophetism
Now it's good that I talk you about how the web Prophetism conceives human rights; I'm going to talk about Our Declaration of human rights.
In the end the Declaration of human rights points out the fact that the humanity still lives subject to many forms of slavery
Otherwise there should not be such a Declaration. The same need to have it, proves that man has been deceived for thousands of years.
And he has been deceived in such a cunning way, that only his rising above the humanity can destroy the invisible chains that imprison him, the limits and the invisible prisons in which he is forced.
Civilized society does not exist
I thought on human rights, specifically my thoughts as a prophet of the net, then lit on men, is shipwrecked on the so called United Nations, and on human rights day.
We must not forget a basic fact: we live in a hypocritical society.
A great philosopher was asked what he thought of civility, he answered precisely like this: "it's a good idea, but someone needs to turn the idea into reality. Civilization does not exist yet, despite what one thinks. It's a dream into the future. "
Law enters the service of men and not vice versa, it supports the weak, regardless of their identity, however it is not suitable for the current history as well as for the existing, future and unattainable justice (messiahship.)
A new force has arisen, or had already arisen, from these writings and revelations. Thus you have given wings to these creatures, writings and awareness.
Nowadays, just like a swan song, I can write about it, since the struggles of serfs, proletarians, colonised and rebels protect me, enabling me to create free spaces (for all the readers); truth will set us free, this is the reason why I write down the truth living inside me.
In our world, the just do not exist, because there can be no prevailing justice, and the just are often killed, persecuted, deceived (whereas the opposite occurs in the Promised Land): the just, i.e. those who act with liberality and full awareness, are crucified. "... Does not ride a horse on the hills full of beauty and love ..." (prophet Isaiah.)
How many crucified virtuous men will it take, before we shall revive in the glory and in light of the return of the Promised Land? We know that Isaiah’s vision addresses the need for justice and truth.
In the Canticle of the Promised Land, we know that the behaviour of the just shall be immeasurably rewarded. However, we must all recreate this ancient land, which is now almost extinct, and to this end, we must be "Just and Eternal."
Modern Prophets - Principles of Humanistic Logic