Life, Liberty, and Security

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The right to Life, Liberty, and Security, is one of the most important citizen rights that you can have. With the right to life, it means that any individual has the right to live, and shouldn’t be killed by anyone. With the right to Liberty, it means that we have the right to be free, and do almost anything we want. Lastly, the right to security means that you are guaranteed to be protected the best way possible, while you are in that country. Even though it is just one of many rights, they all fall under the right to freedom. Which everyone just wants the right to do what they want, and to stand up for what they believe in. Everyone should have the right to freedom, as well as the right to life, liberty, and security.We felt that this right was the most important because it summed up the rights that we need as citizens. Like the right to not be enslaved, can count as the right to Life and Liberty. So in our opinion, the right to Life, Liberty, and Security, is the one that should be one of the first applied rights to our lives. The next few paragraphs will describe how we feel on these particular rights, as well as examples of how these rights are being violated all over the world. All over the world, there are violations happening in connection with this freedom. Some are happening knowingly, while others aren’t. A past example of this right being violated is with the establishment of the thirteen colonies. The people of Britain wanted to be free, -liberty-, and not be associated with the taxes and monarchy of Great Britain. Britain wanted to control a lot of the aspects of their lives, but the living classes were not equal. So they fought for independence, and eventually became their own colonies. A present example of these... ... middle of paper ... ...t on them, and they were “caught” doing these wrong things, they would most likely change. With this change, those 100+ executions from last year, can become a lower number. In my eyes, no one deserves to die, especially if they/we aren’t even sure that the person committed the accused crime. Works Cited “Human Rights Now Blog.” Amnesty International, 28 Mar. 2014. Web. 15 Mar. 2014. “Women’s human security rights in the Arab world: on nobody's agenda.” 50.50 Inclusive Democracy, 2 Dec. 2013. Web. 16 Mar. 2014. “Human Rights in New Zealand Today.” Human Rights Commision, n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2014.

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