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9.140 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and European Convention on Human Rights
Not everyone knows that their tribal Sovereign state has very likely signed the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. (G.A res 217A (III) of 10 Dec 1948) At the time the UN Assembly called upon all member states to publicise the text of the declaration and… “To cause it to be disseminated, displayed and read… without distinction based on political status of countries…”
I agree with the instructions above and you can read the whole declaration in the appendix of this book and on the Internet website www.12-12-12.org/9.140. If you are a European citizen, the tribal Sovereign state you live in or are a citizen of has also signed the European Convention on Human Rights. This too can be read on the aforementioned Internet link.
It is interesting to note that if a European country’s law contradicts the ECHR, it must change its law and compensate the aggrieved citizen.
If you feel that your Sovereign tribe is breaking the appropriate declaration or convention - ask them why.
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