These fundamental rights ensure everyone lives long prosperous lives free from oppression. Historically speaking, anyone infringing upon these rights aims to enslave or commit genocide.

Freedom of Speech

    • Everyone has the right to express their opinions without censorship. This doesn’t protect you from the repercussions of what you say by other people.

Right to Bear Arms

    • Individuals can own and carry weapons. Banning weapons on serves to make law abiding citizens easier targets for criminals ignoring weapon bans.

Right to a Fair Trial

    • Everyone is entitled to a fair and public trial by an impartial jury.

Protection Against Self-Incrimination

    • You cannot be forced to testify against yourself in a criminal case.

Right to Legal Counsel

    • You have the right to have a lawyer during legal proceedings.

Protection Against Cruel and Unusual Punishment

    • Punishments must be fair, and not excessively harsh.

Right to Assemble

    • Individuals can gather peacefully for protests or meetings.

Freedom of Religion

    • Everyone can practice any religion, or no religion, without government interference.

Right to Privacy

    • Everyone has the right to keep their personal life and information private. This includes protection from unwarranted surveillance, data breaches, and unauthorized access to personal data.

Freedom from Discrimination

    • Every individual is entitled to equal treatment and opportunities, regardless of race, gender, religion, age, or any other characteristic. Discrimination in any form is prohibited.

Right to Education and Information

    • Everyone has the right to access quality education and information. This includes the freedom to seek, receive, and impart knowledge through any media.

Right to Participate in Governance

    • All citizens have the right to engage in the political process, including voting in elections, running for public office, and participating in decision-making processes that affect their lives.