Human Rights Is Unachievable

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History has proven that Human rights cannot be actualized for every person. As Helen Keller said, “science may have found a cure for most evils; but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all – the apathy of humans”. Human’s lack compassion and interest towards one another, they seem to only care for themselves. Human race as a whole has to change to give every individual on Earth their natural human rights.
The topic is “unachievable” because the world is so divided between race, religion, and the diverse cultures around the globe. The world will always be divided, even in our own communities. Firstly, in Elie Wiesel’s novel Night, a woman was beaten and bonded in the train car by people from her own Jewish community while heading to a concentration camp. The reason for this was because the woman lost her husband and as a result, she “…had lost her mind” (24) she was screaming so the men on the train acted to “keep her quiet”. Elie saw as the woman “… received several blows to the head, blows that could’ve been lethal…” (26). If one’s own community isn’t safe, how can it be possible to help other communities around the globe? Secondly, during the civil rights movement when black people were being segregated in a land that promised equality, Martin Luther King said that segregation is “… a system in which forever stares the segregated in the face, saying you are less than… ‘you are not equal to…’”, People are still fighting segregation today. The world is divided and
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