Human Rights Day

December 10

Human Rights Day

December 10

Suggested amendment to article 3 of 

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 

Everyone has the right to life, liberty, security of person and risk.

The Raelian Movement advocates individual rights, human rights, free will and freedom of expression. Therefore, it advocates the right to choose every aspect of our lives, including the right to receive or refuse any medication or medical care, the right to die if we choose to, and the right to risk our very own life.

In view of the growing global trend to impose a vaccine for COVID 19 immunity, there is a sense of urgency to remind the people and their governments of these fundamental human rights and have them outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Therefore, additionally, the Raelian Movement proposes the following supplementary provisions to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

Proposal for the introduction of the provision:

„Inalienability of the body”

Proposal for the introduction of the provision: 

„Inalienability of the body”

Everyone has the right to have full control of their body, what they ingest and add to it or take away from it. No treatment, vaccine, prosthesis, device or manipulation modifying or supplementing the body can be either imposed or refused on a legal basis. Any individual should, in all circumstances, be able to retain the inalienable control of his body, which includes the choice or refusal to treat it, improve it, or associate it with technologies, devices and inoculations. In death, the body remains subject to the demands made and rendered possible by the individual during his lifetime.

Everyone has the right to have full control of their body, what they ingest and add to it or take away from it. No treatment, vaccine, prosthesis, device or manipulation modifying or supplementing the body can be either imposed or refused on a legal basis. Any individual should, in all circumstances, be able to retain the inalienable control of his body, which includes the choice or refusal to treat it, improve it, or associate it with technologies, devices and inoculations. In death, the body remains subject to the demands made and rendered possible by the individual during his lifetime.

Proposal for the introduction of the provision: 

„Risking is a right”

Proposal for the introduction of the provision: 

„Risking is a right”

The risk is an inalienable and individual right that cannot be taken away in the name of the common good, collective interest or public health. Any individual should have the right to risk, and this includes the risk of being sick, contaminated or even injured by the activities that he or she chooses to engage in. It is up to local legislation to establish the relationship between risk-taking and access to public care. The choice to live or to die, whether it’s caused by the risk we take or not, should ultimately be for the individual to make.

The risk is an inalienable and individual right that cannot be taken away in the name of the common good, collective interest or public health. Any individual should have the right to risk, and this includes the risk of being sick, contaminated or even injured by the activities that he or she chooses to engage in. It is up to local legislation to establish the relationship between risk-taking and access to public care. The choice to live or to die, whether it’s caused by the risk we take or not, should ultimately be for the individual to make.