The Declaration to Be Hate Free

“The Declaration to Be Hate Free” and all of it’s attributes declares:

  • I. Everyone is entitled to the freedom of culture, belief or opinion provided that one’s actions or influences does NOT intently impede on other people’s freedoms or rights, and does NOT promote acts of violence or hate.
  • II. Our pursuit of freedom and happiness should never be an intended impediment to the lives, liberty and peace of those who pursue the same.
  • III. Everyone has the right to their personal preferences and passions, and has the right to identify themselves by them. Everyone also have the right to abstain from the passions and preferences that defines others, and can choose not to be defined or identified by them as well.
  • IV. Our diversities that are innate in nature and absent of choice (such as race, gender, physical characteristics or disabilities) should never warrant discrimination and should always be treated with fairness and dignity regardless of one’s personal beliefs or opinions.
  • V. A person should never be judged by their cultural differences, personal preferences, passions, diversities or beliefs, but by the abundance of their heart, by the substance of their character and by the evidence of their deeds.
  • VI. Any act, idea, or form of expression derived from opinion, passion, preference, belief or choice, should always be followed by our individual and collective responsibility to show “consideration” to all in whom it may impact.
  • VII. Consideration and understanding should always be reserved for those who express opinions, preferences, passions, cultural differences or beliefs that may be different from one’s own, provided that such expressions are without ill intent or desire to cause harm.
  • VIII. “Hate” should never be used as a motivational tool for change nor should it be used as a social form of expression.
  • IX. “Hate” or any act motivated by “hate” is destructive by nature and can endanger the freedom and rights of others. An act of “hate” is always an unjustifiable act.
  • X. “Justice” is impartial by nature and extends to all it encompasses without discrimination. The idea of “justice” should always be void of prejudices and personal biases.

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