Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 6:
“Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.”
Even a Dimslow can see that this so-called human rights article is outrageous. What is this, some kind of anarchistic doctrine? Everyone a person? Everyone? Surely the framers and ratifiers of the UDHR have not met all the Dimslow family.
In my humble opinion, I, John Doe Dimslow, believe that only the good loyal consumers of Patriotica should ever be recognized as persons by the state or by anyone else for that matter–period. And I define a good loyal consumer of Patriotica as someone who makes and spends a minimum of 50 percent more than the median income and believes with the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Jay, that “the people who own the country ought to govern it.”
“Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law”? Don’t make me laugh. Everyone knows that the only people (and other entities) fully entitled to such rights are corporations, their executives, and all such clones.
Therefore we must strike this UDHR article from the Dimslow presidential election platform and replace it with a more sane article regarding recognition worthiness.
How about this one: Article 6: You got money, big money? Then you get the keys to the country (countries) to do with all us Dimslows as you will, for we are all your loyal imprisoned consumer slaves, dear Sirs, forever, amen.
People are people? Who would have thought? Those anarchists are everywhere, I swear. Rest assured, dear voters, further modifications to the UDHR will be made as needed on our long road to liberty.