Human Rights Explained In A Beautiful Two Minute Animation

Human rights! What are human rights?
Well, human rights are the values that keep society fair, just and equal
They protect children, the elderly, people in care, victims of domestic violence, people
with mental health problems, religious groups, teachers, soldiers and yes, prisoners.
They protect all of us They protect YOU
Our human rights are protected by law. That means we can do something if our rights are
attacked. But not everyone loves human rights.
Some want to water them down… Even scrap them.
Our rights are under threat, so it’s time to get educated.
Societies used to be controlled by all-powerful rulers who could be cruel and unjust. Kings
only gave rights to people they liked. Over thousands of years, people fought for
equality, and with every hard won right came new laws that improved how we lived.
But in the twentieth century, brutal dictators came to power.
They ruled by fear, like kings of the past. Those hard won rights? They were dismantled
on an unimaginable scale. After WWII, the democracies got together and
said ‘never again’. They created a simple document setting out
the basic rights we all need to live a dignified life.
The European Convention puts rights, not rulers, at the heart of our society.
Like the right to life To liberty
To free speech. Then in 1998 Parliament passed the Human Rights
Act, which made our human rights part of UK law.
This means public bodies, like hospitals and schools must respect our rights.
And if they don’t, we can go to our local court to enforce them.
Now, because of human rights, patients in hospitals must be treated with compassion,
Journalists cannot be forced to reveal their sources,
Soldiers must be given proper equipment, Gay people have to be treated equally,
And the police cannot keep our DNA forever if we’re innocent,
We have to be treated fairly, at work, at home, in school…anywhere
Everywhere! Our human rights are hard won
They’re part of our British heritage We are proud of them.
If we lose them, vulnerable people will pay the biggest price.
Know your rights Celebrate them
Protect them. Share this video if you think human rights
matter Go on….Share it.

100 thoughts on “Human Rights Explained In A Beautiful Two Minute Animation

  1. After reading the article and watching the video I believe that we as humans should not ignore these cries for help. Victims of these crimes go to no one for help. I do believe these are global major issues that need to addressed and I believe that everyone is entitled to their freedom and rights no matter what age, ethnicity, gender, or religious beliefs.

  2. I have found out that my video will only be played in other Country's due to a "UK Government making a malicious complaint to YouTube". YouTube has not given me any way to appeal the video or did not warn me that they were censoring it. !!! The UK Government do not like me exposing the truth about Court and Cooperation CORUPTIONS!!!  We, in the UK are being censored and are being treated badly by UK Government and it seems YouTube are not fair. It is not fair that I cannot show the World, being censored, that I am a victim of Corruption within the UK Justice system. My video is called: British Gas DID NOT LOOK AFTER MY WORLD Warrant of Entry Magistrates Court. YouTube never told me that they were censoring me, but when you click on that video it says that it won't be played in this country due to Government complaint. YouTube will not give me the option to appeal this decision!

  3. Human rights : steal someones country and kick them out and kill them after they welcome you .. Hmm sounded very fair and equal and humanity

  4. FAIL. Two minutes and you don't explain what human rights are. You even lie. There is no free speech in the EU.

  5. Why Atsttion protect Bidun rights in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Are we human beings are deprived of their most basic rights to Anmlk function until the mobile segment we can not possess due to the hearts of black people who live with them, and officials do not know mercy, please help and investigate before you, we are human in the end our families and children, guilty of them and why the delay naturalization for more 20 years this may be an injustice if you allowed yourselves conviction that injustice

  6. البدون في المملكة العربية السعودية والكويت، وأنا لا يستطيع السفر خارج المنطقة طوال حياتهم ويحرم إذا كانوا ليسوا لأن لم يكن لديك نقص في منحهم جواز سفر

  7. thanks for the video… but, wasn't it nice of all those rich elitists to tell us what our human rights are? question… when are they going to start enforcing these "rights" they so kindly granted us? I've yet to hear from any "human rights" advocate who understood anything about human rights! human rights are individual rights, your equal right to choose your own path. we all have the equal right NOT to be oppressed by anyone else. we all have the equal right to a home, medical care that we control, a life time of true education, legal representation, clothing and food. we all have the same equal right to be free. we have the equal right not be beaten by cops, tricked or coerced into contracts that do us harm and to be protected from the predation of the elite or the majority… we have the equal right not to be denied our equal rights for lack of money or to be charged a fee to have our human rights enforced. POVERTY VIOLATES HUMAN RIGHTS! THESE ARE HUMAN RIGHTS! good video!

  8. דיקטטור כגון מדינת ישראל ושלוחי .ואני יהודי עברי ישראלי

  9. Oman medics in SOS plea over payment
    June 26, 2016 |
    By Hasan Shaban Al Lawati/ [email protected]
    With no payment for the past seven months, 24 medical interns are passing through difficult times and depending on handouts.

    Muscat: A worried group of Omani medical interns says the government has failed to pay them for the seventh consecutive month.

    Marriages have been postponed, loan repayments are mounting up and day-to-day living has become a hand-to-mouth trial for 24 young medics toiling in government hospitals.

    The Ministry of Health has failed to pay the interns since December 1 last year and now these young medics are reaching a breaking point.

    With the Eid holiday looming, young trainees say they are not able to purchase even the basics and are reliant on friends and family for handouts.

    This is the first time a group of government interns has not been paid for work. Legally, the interns cannot file a lawsuit, as they are not working under contracts.

    Even during their periodic evaluations to be offered job contracts, no intern has yet to receive an offer of employment.

    Dr Ahmed Al Risi, 25, a newly married intern who just graduated from a medical school in New Zealand, said that after seven years away from home and his family, it is sad to spend his first Eid in Oman, employed, but “without expectations”.

    “Apart from the government’s payment, my family has been supporting me financially throughout my studying years. I don’t want to be a burden anymore,” Al Risi said, adding that despite his not being paid, he is not prepared to compromise on his work ethics or the quality of services he provides to patients.

    At the same time, he is afraid that he will not be able to pursue his dream to become a neurosurgeon, as he cannot afford to apply to take the required international tests.

    Since December 1 last year, 20 Sultan Qaboos University graduates began working at different public hospitals in the Sultanate of Oman.

    Also, four medical students who graduated from universities outside Oman began work in January 2016.

    Another intern, Dr Abdul Majeed Al Qutaiti, said that after three-month delay in payment, he sought an answer from the local authorities.

    “Once a week, using our WhatsApp group, we send a medical intern to the authorities to follow-up on our case,” he said.

    Al Qutaiti said he has only OMR10 left in his pocket.

    “For months I couldn’t buy new things, not even a bottle of perfume, and some of my friends had to delay their weddings,” he said, adding that increased petrol prices only made life harder for him, as he drives 60km to the hospital.

    “I feel ashamed to ask my parents for cash, so I borrow from my employed friends,” he admitted, adding that the common response he received from the Ministry of Health (MoH) was, “Keep working and we are following the case”, which, according to him, was first told to him last February.


    Asked if the delay in payment affects his performance at work, he replied, “Of course it does, I get less sleep due to worrying. Such an attitude from the authorities kills our passion during a critical time, as I am just starting my career.

    Some of my colleagues have considered working in different jobs,” he added. Medical interns work from 7:30am to 2:30pm on normal days.

    But the doctors said they usually come home late due to the large workload, in addition to on-call shifts once a week.

    Normally, each medical intern is paid about OMR1,100 per month.

    More than OMR1.3 billion was allocated in the budget for the Ministry of Health in 2016.

    Asked if he might leave the country to work elsewhere, he stressed that medical interns belong here and want to serve Oman. “But if all doors are closed, I may consider leaving”, Abdul Majeed Al Qutaiti said.

    Another Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) graduate, Dr Asia Al Mamari,noted that during her university studies, she was privileged to receive free food and accommodation.

    “Now, without a payment, my loans have exceeded OMR2,000,” she said, while explaining that she depends entirely upon help from family. Al Mamari added that she would not be able to take her Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE) due to money issues, and stressed that she is seeking an apology from the health ministry for the delay.


    “My trust in government bodies has been shaken, as they refuse to support their own citizens,” she noted.

    Dr Abdullah bin Saleh Al Abdali made it clear that “patients should not pay for MoH mistakes”. He said that if Oman does not want its own medical students, other countries “will be happy to host us”.

    Social media activists in Oman have launched an Arabic hashtag, translated as “I’m in solidarity with doctors”.

    Working hours

    “Medical interns’ training requires long working hours, exhausting tasks and late night stays. In return, their rights were dismissed”, said Senior Dr Zakariya Al Muharmi of Sultan Qaboos University on Twitter, in support of his students.

    “We have chosen a noble profession to serve mankind, but we ended up without receiving our salaries for more than six months”, India-graduate Dr Haifa Al Zadjali said, adding that her parents have borrowed money from banks to help her complete her MBBS degree, in the hope that she returns and repays the “outstanding loan”.

    Al Zadjali said that it is “not possible to survive without income”.

    “I earnestly urge that our case be addressed and I am asking for an immediate solution,” she added. The Times of Oman has sent letters to the Ministry of Health seeking its comment. When contacted, a Ministry of Health spokesman declined to comment.

  10. This lecture really underestimates the fact that human rights were essentially an invention of European white males. The concept of human rights came out of the concept of natural rights, which is a concept unique to Europe, as exemplified in the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights of 1688, and the French Declaration of Rights of 1789.

    The idea of natural rights is about the rights of individuals to freedom of thought, religious freedom, equality under the law, the right to representative institutions, all of which were rights nurtured by European nations, particularly north-Western European nations, articulated by European males, namely, John Locke, Benjamin Constant, Adam Smith, Voltaire, Kant, Thomas Paine, and many others. Here is the full list:

    Human rights remain unfulfilled outside the Western world because the non-Western world barely developed any liberal rights to start with, and less so any concept of human rights.

    These rights are violated in the non-Western world because of the illiberal and corrupt character of most African and Asian countries.

  11. Black 13-year-old shot dead by Ohio police after $10 theft. ****************In a killing with unavoidable echoes of the Tamir Rice case out of Cleveland, a Columbus officer responding to a report of a $10 armed robbery shot a 13-year-old boy Wednesday night after the youngster pulled a BB gun from his waistband that looked “practically identical” to the weapon police use, authorities say.
    On the morning after Tyre King’s death, Mayor Andrew Ginther appeared to choke up as he called for the community to come together and questioned why an eighth-grader would have a replica of a police firearm.
    “There is something wrong in this country, and it is bringing its epidemic to our city streets,” Ginther said Thursday.
    “And a 13-year-old is dead in the city of Columbus because of our obsession with guns and violence.”
    While the case is still under investigation, police and city authorities rejected comparisons to the 2014 killing of 12-year-old Tamir in Cleveland.
    “The only thing similar in nature is the age, race and outcome,” police spokesman Sgt. Rich Weiner said. “The facts are not similar, and that must be reiterated.”
    Dozens of people attended a Thursday evening vigil near the scene of the shooting. Some carried signs calling for justice for Tyre.
    Among those participating were several members of Tyre’s youth football team. Their coach described the first-year player as someone with a “smile that could light up the room”.
    Officers investigating the robbery report east of downtown Columbus spotted three males who matched the description of the suspects, authorities said. Two of the males ran away when officers tried to speak with them.
    The police chased the pair into an alley and tried to take them into custody. Tyre pulled out a gun with a laser sight, and an officer fired, hitting the boy repeatedly, police said.
    Tyre died at a hospital. The officer was identified as Bryan Mason, a nine-year veteran of the force. Police records show that in 2012 he shot and killed a man who was holding another person at gunpoint.
    The Columbus Dispatch said investigators cleared him. Mason has been placed on leave while Tyre’s shooting is investigated, in keeping with department policy. A call to the head of the police union representing him was not immediately returned.
    In a 911 call Wednesday, the robbery victim calmly indicated he didn’t want to make a big deal over $10.
    He also said he thought the weapon looked like a particular type of Ruger semi-automatic pistol.
    Sirens were heard moments later as police searched for the suspects. Then an unidentified witness told a dispatcher: “He’s shooting him! Oh, my God!”
    At a news conference, Police Chief Kim Jacobs displayed a photo of a BB gun like the one Tyre had.
    “Our officers carry a gun that looks practically identical to this weapon,” she said. “As you can see, it looks like a firearm that could kill you.”
    An attorney for Tyre’s family, Sean Walton, called for an independent investigation. He also said he was aware of witnesses who didn’t agree with the police version of events.
    Walton would not discuss any previous dealings Tyre had with police but said the boy had no violent criminal history. He said the family believes Tyre’s involvement in an armed robbery would be “out of character”.
    Tyre played several sports, including football, and was in the young scholars programme at school, Walton said.
    He had a slight build and, if anything, was on the small side for his age, the attorney said.
    Authorities said it was unclear if the shooting was caught on surveillance or cellphone video. Columbus police don’t use body cameras. The 19-year-old male who had been with Tyre was questioned and released pending further investigation, police said.
    In Tamir’s case, a 911 caller reported someone pointing a gun at people near a recreation centre.
    A rookie officer shot the boy almost immediately after pulling up in his cruiser. The officer and his partner were cleared of wrongdoing. The 911 caller had said the person with the gun was probably a juvenile and the weapon was probably fake, but that information was never passed on to the officers.
    A grand jury concluded they reasonably believed it was a real gun and their lives were in danger, prosecutors said.
    Prosecutor Tim McGinty said Tamir ─ who was big for his age ─ was pulling the pistol from his waistband when he was shot.
    He said the boy was trying to either hand it over or show police it wasn’t real, but the officers had no way of knowing that.

  12. I like how he says "And yes, prisoners". Because tragically society seems to forget that prisoners still count as human beings and too often prisoners are abused or mistreated by society.

  13. The railroad shot in 1:01 was a good way of explaining just why society saw the necessity of human rights after WWII in a fast manner. Because that image is one of the images seared into the collective memory of most people.

    (for those who don't get what the image was referencing, it is an image of a railroad leading to Auschwitz. Auschwitz was one of many death camps where ethnic minorities in Europe – especially people of Jewish Ancestry – were systematically murdered by the millions.).

  14. As a libertarian, I shall dislike this video. I am for human rights but rights such as right to education and right to healthcare are BS.

  15. 2017 in CISV is a year of Human Rights – we, as active global citizents, need to learn this one more time

  16. +jay fawn,

    I can't see Michael Booth's comment (Youtube does this to me every now and again) and your idiotic reply, but would like to point out that babies don't make the choice to be circumcised!

  17. Rights are arbitrary. People are not entitled to water, food, education, health, or anything you would like to consider as "rights". Humans have been killing each other for millennia over these things you consider to be "rights", despite morality and conscience being the difference between our species and everything else. Morality and conscience have always been with us, only VERY recently have they manifested to a greater extent, leading to various declarations of human rights. Don't sugarcoat things and call rights natural when they are not, they are laws themselves, not "protected" by law. Laws created to maintain the recent, mass intertwining of human activity on a global scale, your sacred little friend, globalism.

  18. Human rights are there to distract you and make you think you have power

  19. Great animation . Well explained and somehow touching . I'm doing a presentation on this topic and I'd love to show this to my class ! Great stuff 😀

  20. Moi personnellement je ne sais pas de quoi est ce que vous parlez. Je ne vois que du violence chez ma famille, des problèmes qui ne s’arrête pas des situations incroyables et que personne ne peut résister, des enfants mal éduqués et cela devient de plus en plus grave……

  21. I need a little help thank you who can contribute with a very small and small donation to buy food here in my Country Venezuela
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  22. Tragic that America and the European Union are among the first places who need to watch this video. Both have seen an unprecedented rise in ideological authoritarianism during the past few months; Theresa May has called for a completely state-controlled internet in Britain, Europe wants to require websites like Facebook / Twitter / Youtube to shut people up and censor content, whereas in America visitors are asked for their online accounts and passwords to enter the country while Trump & corporations are working to destroy Net Neutrality so they can censor whatever makes powerful people uncomfortable. The fixations of our politicians with spying on people with controlling our minds and with policing our thoughts should ring an immediate alarm, and raise serious questions about where the world is going! How did we ever get here? If we don't want a worldwide Soviet Union and going back to a dark world of terror, it's time to put an end to this repressive madness once and for all.

  23. Unless the Government can meddle, over ride and completely ignore and deny..

  24. Rights gone wrong
    We can't even figure out that the unborn is a person and should have rights. The UN has replaced God. We're are in trouble

  25. I won't forget what a friend of mine said about human rights: " it's not a given but a means".

  26. criminals with human rights scares me, i imagine one committing a crime like murder and after that one suddenly shouts "hands-up don't shoot I got human rights too." and i am asian.

  27. Here are your human rights in case you are wondering.1. We Are All Born Free & Equal. We are all born free. We all have our own thoughts and ideas. We should all be treated in the same way.2. Don’t Discriminate. These rights belong to everybody, whatever our differences.3. The Right to Life. We all have the right to life, and to live in freedom and safety. 4. No Slavery. Nobody has any right to make us a slave. We cannot make anyone our slave. 5. No Torture. Nobody has any right to hurt us or to torture us. 6. You Have Rights No Matter Where You Go. I am a person just like you! 7. We’re All Equal Before the Law. The law is the same for everyone. It must treat us all fairly. 8. Your Human Rights Are Protected by Law. We can all ask for the law to help us when we are not treated fairly. 9. No Unfair Detainment. Nobody has the right to put us in prison without good reason and keep us there, or to send us away from our country. 10. The Right to Trial. If we are put on trial this should be in public. The people who try us should not let anyone tell them what to do. 11. We’re Always Innocent Till Proven Guilty. Nobody should be blamed for doing something until it is proven. When people say we did a bad thing we have the right to show it is not true. 12. The Right to Privacy. Nobody should try to harm our good name. Nobody has the right to come into our home, open our letters, or bother us or our family without a good reason. 13. Freedom to Move. We all have the right to go where we want in our own country and to travel as we wish. 14. The Right to Seek a Safe Place to Live. If we are frightened of being badly treated in our own country, we all have the right to run away to another country to be safe. 15. Right to a Nationality. We all have the right to belong to a country. 16. Marriage and Family. Every grown-up has the right to marry and have a family if they want to. Men and women have the same rights when they are married, and when they are separated.17. The Right to Your Own Things. Everyone has the right to own things or share them. Nobody should take our things from us without a good reason.18. Freedom of Thought. We all have the right to believe in what we want to believe, to have a religion, or to change it if we want. 19. Freedom of Expression. We all have the right to make up our own minds, to think what we like, to say what we think, and to share our ideas with other people. 20. The Right to Public Assembly. We all have the right to meet our friends and to work together in peace to defend our rights. Nobody can make us join a group if we don’t want to.21. The Right to Democracy. We all have the right to take part in the government of our country. Every grown-up should be allowed to choose their own leaders. 22. Social Security. We all have the right to affordable housing, medicine, education, and childcare, enough money to live on and medical help if we are ill or old. 23. Workers’ Rights. Every grown-up has the right to do a job, to a fair wage for their work, and to join a trade union. 24. The Right to Play. We all have the right to rest from work and to relax. 25. Food and Shelter for All. We all have the right to a good life. Mothers and children, people who are old, unemployed or disabled, and all people have the right to be cared for. 26. The Right to Education. Education is a right. Primary school should be free. We should learn about the United Nations and how to get on with others. Our parents can choose what we learn. 27. Copyright. Copyright is a special law that protects one’s own artistic creations and writings; others cannot make copies without permission. We all have the right to our own way of life and to enjoy the good things that art, science and learning bring. 28. A Fair and Free World. There must be proper order so we can all enjoy rights and freedoms in our own country and all over the world. 29. Responsibility. We have a duty to other people, and we should protect their rights and freedoms. 30. No One Can Take Away Your Human Rights

  28. I believe human rights work for people in power. People do not listen to people label with mental health.

  29. This is a great video. I work in conflict settings and explain human rights in armed conflicts and humanitarian law (laws of war) and here is a video some may find interesting, alongside the explanations provided in the comments:

  30. You should be proud if you really apply human rights in UK and everyone is protected by these wonderful rights with respect and without any discrimination.

  31. In NSW Australia
    My need is to find out how many contracts can a unemployment agency/service ask to be signed when you have previously signed one before a 30 day period has even expired.. as if that the other contract was no good… for them as to that I signed it and agreed as like of unemployment contracts though secondary employment agencies.. the possibility is they are trying as to gain money from getting me to jump through all the hoops as to submit to the contract … in the last 2 months I have signed around about 3…. trying to find if that there is an actual legal stipulation as to the amount that can be applied for to the person as to ask for them from the agency to agree too… before the other contracts ink is dry.

    It's like every time I have to sign it's a gun to my head.
    As to give them the ability of them revoking my status as to receive unemployment.. as of being a diabetic and can no longer lift a serious amount of weight as of older age and failing body.. and the hoop that they want me to jump through is a decreasing job market as of shop closing and of no employers as to my new health restriction as that of old age.. being retrained for jobs that I cant retain the information for is getting to be a dog that cant hunt.

  32. Unthinkable human rights violations, atrocities, are happening right now in Nicaragua, please help by signing petition, change comas , to periods .: petitions , whitehouse , gov/petition/sanction-daniel-ortega-under-magnitsky-act

  33. In the USA Sex workers and their clients are criminalized for engaging in consensual erotic services. These consenting adults do not have equal protection under law. The U.K. is considering criminalizing the clients of sex workers. Erotic services as a profession is being conflated with forced sex labor which is something totally different. There is a way to honor the rights of victims and the rights of consenting adults who engage in buying or selling erotic services- fully decriminalize erotic services as a profession and enforce existing anti trafficking laws. You cannot abolish the sex trade. You cannot prevent trafficking by criminalizing adults who have nothing to do with any forced labor taking place. The majority of forced labor occurs in other sectors such as the palm oil industry, cocoa, garment industry, etc. No one is calling for these other industries to be criminalized. No one is calling for the buyers of cocoa to be criminalized in order to ‘end the demand’ for cocoa. Despite the fact that it is estimated that over two thirds of the global supply of cocoa is the result of the slavery of children in African Ivory Coast cocoa plantations. Domestic slavery is very common but there is no call to criminalize domestic service providers or the households which hire domestic servants. sex workers are always the easy scapegoat. The U.K. indeed has serious issues with pedophilia, sexual abuses and forced sex labor, amongst other and related issues, but criminalizing consenting adults is just a way to save face while otherwise doing absolutely nothing about any problems.

  34. 👀Anyone working to make someone else richer, has been enslaved in the😈 system , our 💰 paper & plastic , People we are there Gold , WAKE UP💤 !!!!!!.📣⏳

  35. Very best definition, human rights are values to keep society equal, fair and justice.

  36. Hello, is it okay to share your video on our not-for-profit community group's website to raise awareness of human rights?

  37. its because everyone wants to live a good life and have money so instead of listening to the human right they do their own thing because they don't know what human rights are. That's why the UDHR took place.

  38. "Yes, they protect prisioners"

    Because you know, it makes sense to protect a pedophile, murder or a robber.
    The worst part of the video.

  39. #adult #sons #rights are #humanrights you cant let your adult son #die on the #snow #livingonthestreets if you can let him #sleep at least in the #doghouse if your adult son is #homeless #adultsonsrightsmovement #adultsonsrights #adultsonsrightsarehumanrights #asonshouldntdieonthesnow

  40. A have one big question for all this humanity organizations to the only god (because I feel so disappointed an unsuppoted by many who says: we are here near to help the people who need maintain..and were is she ; for me the important is not so much who need really help.because is like selectivity and discrimination .so all we have problems all we need "help"!! all are good people ok we respect .The problem is :who is the most so honestly mercyful to help me, and to understand this mistery, that exist finally golden balance between priority of us chosen "inneeded",and open heart love for all ..thanks god..


  42. A children book about Children's Rights: (What's in the cup? – Huyen Hoang & Mika Inomata)

  43. Circumcision has to be the biggest violation today, even more so than not being able to possess and use what substances you want

  44. Human rights abuse still happen today.

    Myanmar. Palestine. Syria. Just to name a few

  45. Human rights do not apply to those that act like animals.

  46. This shit is so stupid. NOBODY follows this shit!!!! And yes, I have the right to “take myself too seriously” just like all of these ARROGANT celebrities that you all worship!!!!!!!

  47. Feminists are ENDLESSLY infringing against human rights and then gaslighting society that the evil they do is justified because “all men have been evil and now it’s women’s turn”.

  48. Romania is still a comunist state !!!
    Here the police and romanian jandarmeria, they force you using power to stop you're own device the mobile phone that you can't record them when they are telling you name's and they don't respect law and it aplly's it in their own will!!!
    i've been all over EU , nowere no autority dosn't force enyoane to stop their own mobile when they stop you on the street to a normally id checking !!!
    Here the power is corrupted and we live worst then comunist time's worrst then Kim Jong regim !!!
    people are affraid to speak because they are kept poor and they think if they are poor they that they have eny rights and power , police and jandarmeria romana can do enithing they please with their life !!;

  49. Someone should tell that the Germans and their friends from Soros Foundation, KKR, Obama Foundation, their investment/propaganda vehicle Axel Springer and Liberal Democrats. They show a significant lack of respect for constitutional rights in Germany. Ironically blaming the Russians to do that…

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