About the Book

Is individualism to become a crime?

Are thoughts to become only those which have been allowed by a self-appointed thought-police, with all others kept hidden?

Do we have a real democracy with education to advance the individual or a Corporate State’s Absolutist demands?

Each member of society has social obligations and responsibilities, which must be fulfilled before rights can follow. Responsibilities act beyond any mere rule or regulation, being circumstance-dependant and informed by common threads of standards, inner understanding, and empathetic response. For a positive future, how we decide to bring up our children is crucial as is the message of how we treat our elderly and those at risk. Belief systems can be a support here without intentional political power. Thoughtful respect benefits and unifies. Manners cost nothing but show all the difference.

This book disagrees that any person has full rights irrespective of what they do in and to our society. Fixing words on paper cannot fix meaning and so implications. Such ideas are simply that, and relevant to existing conditions. Fixed words dangerously allow some to exercise a form of escapism while for others they advance their ambition through blaming and causing harm. Therefore, a decent discussion is invaluable to addressing human rights.

ISBN (Paperback version) 978-1-77302-198-0

Kindle $8.99 ISBN 1773021982