I don't think you really understand what rights are. I've explained the philosophical basis of a social contract, being one example of a rights framework that leads to a different conclusion than the one you're espousing, and you didn't even really grasp what I was talking about.Caesar. You're not thinking straight.
A historian would be able to build up a model.
Table out what you're saying and what you really think and I'll respond.
Not sure where you are coming from any more.
Where do rights stem from? How is your theory of rights more objectively correct than other people's? Have you even thought about the answers to these questions?
Your posts so far are mostly a jumbled collection of appeals to sentiment and half-formed ideas underpinned by your own conviction that history will be on your side, therefore validating your position as absolute truth. It's not really a coherent position and that is what I am attempting to point out to you.