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The Tyranny of Human Rights: From Jacobinism to the United Nations by Kerry R. Bolton

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In The Tyranny of Human Rights: From Jacobinism to the United Nations Bolton examines the manner by which “Enlightenment” doctrines shaped liberalism and the bloody progenies of Jacobinism and Bolshevism. Bolton demonstrates that the inevitable consequences of these doctrines being predicated on the fallacy of universal equality is the need for increasingly draconian laws, pervasive indoctrination, and, where these are insufficient, “color revolution” and war. Like the Jacobin doctrine of “liberty, equality, fraternity,” these measures, undertaken in the name of “human rights,” “equality,” and “social justice,” are largely directed toward the destruction of European peoples. The ultimate aim behind the humanitarian facade is a world state where people, resources, technology, and capital can be moved about without any hindrance from nation states, races, cultures, and even families. 

 

Extensively sourced, with forewords by Dr. Tomislav Sunić and Prof. Edward Dutton, Antelope Hill Publishing is proud to present The Tyranny of Human Rights: From Jacobinism to the United Nations by renowned author Kerry R. Bolton. This latest contribution by Bolton is a vital tool in understanding the nefarious machine of international human rights.

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1 review for The Tyranny of Human Rights: From Jacobinism to the United Nations by Kerry R. Bolton

  1. S.B.

    Well-organized, in depth, fascinating lesser known origins of modern neoliberal initiatives & helps the reader to better understand the motives of international organizations and their mouthpieces. It contains many interesting historical and modern examples of the misuse of the term “human rights” in politics in order to accomplish nefarious goals.

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