I would like to comment on the following Statement of Rights and Responsibilities rule by The Facebook.

The rule is

5. Protecting Other People’s Rights

1. You will not post content or take any action on Facebook that infringes or violates someone else’s rights or otherwise violates the law.

So do not say anything that opposes the law even if ‘the law’ and the institutions which ‘enforce it’ violate your rights to live a free life. Furthermore, if we are not allowed to question the law by contradicting it how is the process of making that law free and democratic.

Dear Facebook, how about this revolutionary suggestion. A new clause that goes something like this:

If you see any actions performed by any individual, group of individuals, or institutions, private or public, including your local government, that may violate your or any other individual’s rights to live a free life and express any opinions then please feel free to use the Facebook to communicate how such an individual, group of individuals, or institutions, private or public, including your local government are attempting to limit your ability to exist as a free citizen of the world who is entitled to any and all natural resources and environments offered by the world. Furthermore, please use the Facebook to demonstrate how and why any individuals, companies, corporations, institutions and governments acquire land and property in order to further increase their ability do design and implement laws which will limit your ability to prosper as a human being by limiting your right to share and enjoy the world and its resources and environments which are your given right but which have been denied by individuals, group of individuals, or institutions, private or public, including your local government that are privatizing the planet and the solar system.

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