No one in the name of freedom to perform scams


In human history, the emergence of the one-sided and radical conceptions about freedom, especially freedom of individual, have made some countries to pay dearly while maintaining stability for development.
However, after independence, not that in every country, basic human rights are guaranteed. And when the situation of oppression occurs, the people will fight for freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press... Thus over time, along with the development of social opportunity, people always desire to go to the end and top-level of freedom.
Struggling to get freedom is justified. It is not only plausible but also seen as the ideal demand of mankind. There heve been the ideal men to fight for freedom who become great such as Che, Gandhi, Mandela, Luther King and our Uncle Ho.
For years in Vietnam, some people like Cu Huy Ha Vu, Bui Thi Minh Hang, Le Cong Dinh, Nguyen Tien Trung,... in the name of “defenders for freedom” misrepresented or distorted the historical and current facts against the State,... Whether it is true freedom or not? Freedom is a humaniterian concept, therefore true freedom is the highest expression of civilization.
Development of human civilization at the highest level when respect is manifested most clearly and the struggle for freedom is also a struggle to get the respect, those actions are taken place throughout people’s history. People are always fighting for their rights, legitimate interests to be respected and morality, truth also be respected. That would be “unfree” if we ask people to respect our freedom while we compromise the legitimate interests of others, benefits of the community, nation, country... Because respect always takes place in the bidirectional interaction. If there is only one way. It will be an indisposition. When an individual requires to be respected but he compromises benefits of others, it will be unexceptable.
Recently, some people in the name of “Defenders for freedom” shouting “freedom of speech”, “democracy and human rights”... but when taking actions they often use tricks to distort, making fabrications that demand the rights in unfree ways. State as a subject in society which is protected by law with legitimate interests should be respected. The incitement or acts against the State are not considered to be one of the freedom rights.
In the spirit of freedom and respect each other, no country has the right to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, the UN Charter clearly also stated that the citizens of this country urge other countries to intervene in his country is increasingly unacceptable. Moreover, Article 258 of the Criminal Code of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a very civilized law which is based on the “golden rule” of respect. The law in most countries around the world are all include similar legislation, notably in the US and Germany - two countries are considered to have advanced legislative background.
Freedom in general and freedom of the press in particular are the inalienable rights of all peoples which no-one could violate. We condemn any person, in the name of freedom to dispossess the freedom of others or in the name of freedom to perform dark conspiracies. The wrongdoings never lead to good outcomes but only lead to consequences that hurt, harm or hinder the development of the people and the country. Those who use the guise of freedom to serve personal ambition must learn how to respect other people in order to be respected again. And every citizen shall have the responsibility to continue making contributions for the freedom to grow in our country.

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Huy Quốc 27/12/14 15:45

What, however, about the “freedom to convert” others, or the “freedom to persuade others” to give money in return for salvation?

Quân Hoàng 27/12/14 15:46

human rights activists must work to understand how, for many ordinary people, religion is intrinsically tied to a sense of self.

Hoàng Lân 27/12/14 15:47

An assumed “right to convert” is particularly tricky. Until the advent of Christianity, conversion was rare. Few pretended that only one religion offered the true path to salvation, and given that, there was little reason to convince others to change their beliefs.

Vân Nhàn 27/12/14 15:48

yet the freedom to try and convert others has led to extreme cases of abuse

Hùng Quân 27/12/14 15:49

All human rights treaties distinguish between the right to hold a specific religion, and the right to “manifest” or express that religion in a specific way. The former is an absolute right that may never be taken away. The latter, however, may be subject to restriction to preserve public order, or protect the rights of others.

Phạm Hiếu 27/12/14 15:50

This difference has clear implications for public policy.

Quốc Kiên 27/12/14 15:51

Does the human right to religious freedom protect their activities?

Huy Lâm 27/12/14 15:52

How does an attempt to convert or pressure to donate differ from any other sales pitch? Fraud and oppressive sales tactics can be legally dealt with per se, whether one's selling a supposed salvation or a washing machine; likewise abusive and oppressive attempts to regulate another's behaviour.

Quốc Cường 27/12/14 15:53

I find it enlivening, rather than soporific.

Lê Tín 27/12/14 15:54

The right can also be described as freedom of conscience, intellectual freedom, and freedom of the human mind. Freedom of course presumes that we're able to make responsible decisions for ourselves. The alternative is to have someone make them for us.

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