The First Bill of Rights Comes to Public Eye, as Human Rights Becomes Just a Concept!
By Hwaa Irfan
The first great Empire, the source of the invention of the wheel, writing, literature, organized religion, a public code of law, our modern calendar, and the city-state is also the source of the first human bill of rights. The Babylonian Empire of the Middle East has had great influenced on the world today, and no less than the Farman-e-Kourosh or the Cyrus Cylinder. Subsequent generations of rulers considered Babylon to be the ideal example of unified governance across multiple cultures, languages and vast distances, but maybe this is what global governance has in mind t expedite one rule, one government and one way, hence why a copy of the Cyrus Cylinder exists at the UN. The UN even published translation of it in all the official UN languages. It as might explain the level of plundering that took place in Iraq, (the origin of the Babylonian Empire), with the US invasion.
One of the many antiquities ‘liberated’ from its homeland, the Cyrus Cylinder has been given on loan to the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, U.S. by the British Museum. Ironic given the state of civil and human rights in America today, but from the Persian conquest of Babylon in the 6th century BC, the Cyrus Cylinder describes King Cyrus as
“…a tyrant with strange religious ideas. ..”
The very same picture that global governance wishes to deflect onto Iran (Persia)
Cyrus announces his victory and his intention to allow freedom of worship to communities displaced by the defeated ruler Nabonidus.
“And until I am the monarch, I will never let anyone take possession of movable and landed properties of the others by force or without compensation. Until I am alive, I prevent unpaid, forced labour. Today, I announce that everyone is free to choose a religion. People are free to live in all regions and take up a job provided that they never violate other’s rights.
No one could be penalized for his or her relatives’ faults. I prevent slavery and my governors and subordinates are obliged to prohibit exchanging men and women as slaves within their own ruling domains. Such a traditions should be exterminated the world over.
My numerous troops moved about undisturbed in the midst of Babylon. I did not allow anyone to terrorise the land of Sumer and Akkad.
I kept in view the needs of Babylon and all its sanctuaries to promote their well being. The citizens of Babylon …………….. I lifted their unbecoming yoke.
Their dilapidated dwellings I restored. I put an end to their misfortunes.
I implore to (Ahura) Mazda to make me succeed in fulfilling my obligations to the nations of Iran (Persia), Babylon, and the ones of the four directions.”
Maybe global governors can learn something after all, but maybe it is too late for them to learn anything after how many years of building on the blood, sweat and tears of the majority of the people!
“Cyrus the Great Cylinder – Legacy of the Ancients” messagetoeagle.com/cyruscylinder.php
“Cyrus Cylinder” niasnet.org/iran-history/artifacts-historical-places-of-iran/cyruscylinder/
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