But what about my right not to die of cancer from 2nd hand smoke (never having smoked in my life) or my right not to get mown die by a drunk driver, or stabbed by a drink fuelled ned?
You can't use so called human rights as an excuse to harm others.
And the UN declaration of human rights doesn't actually give people the right to do what they want, a common misconception, but sets a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations.
Feel free to show me which article gives others the right to harm me :rolleyes:
Fortunately Article 19 means we can argue about it, although for how much longer is anyones guess, as the Labour Thought Police break it every day :ph43r: UN Declaration of Human Rights