You only have one right:
- Your mind is your property. You own your mind. You can use your mind for whatever you wish. You can
think anything you want. You can believe anything you want.
- You own your body. You can do anything you want with your body - except
using it to initiate force.
- You can trade your property, provided that the trade is mutually consensual.
- You may use your property for whatever you want - except using it to initiate force.
Significantly, rights are the flip-side
of obligations - one person's right is
- Your right to not be assaulted is everyone else's responsibility to not
- Your right to keep possession of your property is everyone else's
responsibility not to steal it.
Rights are inalienable. No-one's rights can changed or taken away.
Governments cannot create, destroy or change people's rights.
Rights in this work, are the basis of morality.