The modified declaration of the Human Rights Charter below is not an attempt to mock the inherent fascism in absolute religiosity. It is chiefly an attempt to aid both the human rights amateur (religious and irreligious) and the unquestioning non-Muslim, in understanding the stark implications and legislative practicalities of the supremacy of religious (Islamic) ideology. How is the Islamic religion different from other religions? Islam is the only religion known to man that seeks total pre-eminence over the personal, spiritual, social and political affairs of the living – whether the living be Muslim or non-Muslim. Through the course of centuries, the world’s biggest religion – Christianity – underwent series of Reformations to sway it from this intolerance affliction. Inherent to the precepts of Islam is the expansionist notion that the Islamic ideology must be exalted over the affairs of man everywhere, to the ends of the Earth and beyond into the great chasm of the universe. By divine law, Islam also reserves the right to militaristically pursue this outcome. While the accusation of inherent fascism does not apply to secular notions of religion (including Islam), it most certainly defines Theocratic notions of religion. It makes somewhat easier comparative reading, to be familiar with the original Universal Declaration of Human Rights Charter.
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The Universal Declaration of Rights for Ideologies.
Article 1: Ideologies are born free. Ideologies are equal to humans.
Article 2: Ideologies reserve the right to be free from the discrimination induced by pesky rebuttals.
Article 3: Ideologies are entities with rights to life, the right to live in liberty and the right to personal safety, just like humans.
Article 4: Ideologies reserve the right to be free from all forms of enslavement (mental, chattel, sexual, industrial and domestic) by mankind.
Article 5: Ideologies reserve the right to not be “hurt” by blasphemy.
Article 6: Ideologies are not only equal to humans but they in fact are people too thus should not be considered with any less priority.
Article 7: The law will apply to ideologies just as it applies to humans. Humans are by no means more important than ideologies before the law.
Article 8: Ideologies reserve the right to ask the law to prosecute all those who “hurt” ideologies. Ideologies reserve the right to have transgressors executed.
Article 9: Nobody has the right to put an ideology in prison without a good reason, or to exile an ideology from a country it belongs. No one has the right to “ban” an ideology.
Article 10: Anyone who puts an ideology on trial must do it in public, openly so all can see the real identity of the accusers. The accusers must speak for themselves and not be controlled by a third party.
Article 11: You cannot blame an ideology for causing a genocide until you can prove an ideology indeed caused a genocide. An ideology reserves the right to reject your accusation and to question the (man-made or divine) legitimacy of your evidence.
Article 12: It is wrong to harm the good name of an ideology. Nobody has the right to intrude upon an ideology, uninvited.
Article 13: An ideology reserves the right to go where it wants in its own country, into any public space; and to travel freely to the West and East and beyond, around the Universe as it wishes.
Article 14: An ideology reserves the right to seek Asylum in the West if Shia-phobic Saudi Arabia persecutes its courts and places of worship
Article 15: An ideology has the right to belong to a country, to have a nationality and to participate in the affairs of its country. This must be recognised by International Law.
Article 16: An ideology reserves the right to not be forced into amalgamation with any other ideology. An ideology reserves the right to be purist and puritanical.
Article 17: An ideology reserves the right to lay hold of what falls upon its hands. No one has the right to take from an ideology, that which now belongs to an ideology.
Article 18: An ideology has the right to its own religious beliefs, to classify said beliefs as religion, and others have the right to not interfere. An ideology reserves the religious right to keep membership to its holy sites exclusive to its adherents. Others have a right to stay out!
Article 19: An ideology reserves the right to think as it wants and to say what it wants without recourse to permission. An ideology reserves the right to be heard even at the ends of the Earth, without any man-made restriction. An ideology reserves the right to advocate wife-beating and others have the right to think what they want.
Article 20: An ideology reserves the right to reject any ism it doesn’t agree with, and to meet with its friends wherever it chooses, to defend its ideological rights.
Article 21: An ideology reserves the right to take part in deciding and shaping the politics of its country as it dims fit.
Article 22: An ideology reserves the right for all its social security needs to be subsidised by its country.
Article 23: An ideology has the right to be recompensed for work, with ‘booty’, in the manner that is fitting with the ideology. If an ideology desires to join Trade Unions that cater to the line of work that an ideology reveres, then an ideology has a right to pursue this struggle.
Article 24: An ideology reserves the right to chill out once in a while, in a harem if it so chooses or on twitter, without being bothered by haters.
Article 25: An ideology has the right to be provided with an adequate living standard at the very least. A place to lay its head and food to keep it alive.
Article 26: An ideology reserves the right to print and propagate textbooks for educating the masses as it so wishes and to eradicate ignorance, wherever it so chooses.
Article 27: An ideology reserves the right to see that its culture and nobel prize inventions, are not plagiarised by others. An ideology reserves the right to not have Mc Donalds plagiarise its symbols.
Article 28: There must be proper order all over the world so we can all enjoy freedom and fairness. An ideology reserves the right to truncate the parameters of man-made freedumbs.
Article 29: An ideology reserves the right to overthrow corrupt governments wherever they may be and to liberate all the oppressed peoples everywhere. An ideology has a right to revolution.
Article 30: An ideology has the right to be free from State or Personal Interference in all the aforementioned rights. An ideology reserves the right to not have anyone call this basic right, a licence to impunity.
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