In the New World in which the pilgrims ‘discovered’ these inalienable rights then — if they really…
David Lowe
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“ In the New World in which the pilgrims ‘discovered’ these inalienable rights then — if they really are inalienable and self evident and equally valid for all then…”

they’re not inalienable and self evident and equally valid for all.

that’s why Bertrand Russell urged the USA to rule the world after the WWII. because he knew that only force can make those rights inalienable and self evident and equally valid.

What IS is more important than WHAT SHOULD BE. Too many people are looking at “what is” from a position of thinking “what should be.”
~ Bruce Lee

of course,

“It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.
~ Bill Clinton

:)