There are three (3) major areas of law. The first has to do with being a human or Human Rights. We are for the most lucky that more and more countries have committed themselves to supporting these basic rights. There are still countries who are members of the UN and as such have signed an agreement to support these basic rights. But the difference between signing the agreement and supporting the agreement fully are two different things. So many countries have through their leaders and/or religions have demonstrated an absolute disregard for these basic rights. Not only for their own country, but also for those who don’t believe in their ideas as to what should and should not be the way to treat all people.
Then there are also people and organizations who completely disregard these rights by dealing in slave labor, human slavery for sex and work by transporting these people of all ages and sex over borders thereby disregarding the second law, the International Law. These persons and groups think that they are above all laws by dealing in this slave traffic. There is a number of organizations and people who are working to shed more light on this problem, but it takes the help of all people to make slavery not only illegal but no longer a problem. We all need to be aware of our areas and notify the proper authorities of things we think or feel are wrong. Most law enforcement offices would rather have a wrong tip then no tips at all, because there just might be the real gem that will help them stop this totally illegal practice.
The last type of law is one that so far has only been usable by those who have sent satellites and cosmonauts/astronauts into space. This sounds like it is easy but this is probably the most important for all our future space dealings. And already these space lawyers have not been able to agree on one of the basic things, where does space begin. This sounds to me like all laws and that all lawyers cannot agree to that which should be a simple subject. Most of the time their problem is that they write everything in legalizee: a legal language that only lawyers are supposed to understand but can’t, so why don’t they write in plain language that can be easily translated/interpreted to another language.
I learned in the military that too many people were trying to write their reports in “militarizee” until the top brass sent down orders that all reports and orders were to be written in plain English. This stopped the misunderstanding of the orders and reports. Now its the politicians and lawyers to start thinking this way and then they would have less of a problem understanding each other.
Let your politicians and lawyers understand that you are also tired of this unapproved language that its use is to be stopped and revert to using the basic language of their country. If you agree with me, let me know and if we get enough supporters we can start our own Facebook or Tweet or what you think is best to let everyone in the world know that we are tired of this illegal language.
- Ahmadiyya condemns Human Rights Violation in Pakistan (ahmadiyyamalta.wordpress.com)
- Video: How to Find Tax Laws (turbotax.intuit.com)
- Old tree court job centre Plymouth breaching basic human rights (sebastianman.wordpress.com)
- A Note from Ambassador Robert Ford (syrianemergencytaskforce.org)
- Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Will America Kill the Equal Rights Amendment? (huffingtonpost.com)
- “for your own good” is the most arrogant phrase there is (ktwop.wordpress.com)
- THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS/ United Nations (protectivemothersalliance.wordpress.com)
- Slave labor in America: Union workers replaced by prisoners in Wisconsin (dangerousminds.net)