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Is clean water a human right?

I emphatically state that water is not a human right. Here is my reasoning:

What are rights?

There are several kinds of rights: natural rights, constitutional rights, legal rights, moral rights, etc.  The only rights that never really change are natural rights.  All other forms of rights can be  changed at any time by the government of the country, state, and lesser jurisdictions in which you reside.

Natural rights include only the right to life and the right to property.  These are the only rights you have that do not create an obligation for any other person.  You have the right NOT to be killed. The right to property starts with the understanding that you own your own body.  Because you own your own body, at the most basic level, you are free to exchange your labor for the things you need to keep yourself alive.

A government’s only proper roll is to protect these rights.

All governments I am aware of overstep this roll by light years!  Starting with accepting the constitution of a government, we subject ourselves to obligations to the government and form expectations of the government and the people around us.  These become customary, but they are not natural rights.  Constitutions create constitutional rights and obligations; governments, then, create legal rights and obligations.

Is clean water a human right?

NO!  Water is necessary to live, but it is not a right.  No one is obligated to give you water.  You must procure a supply of water through your own efforts while respecting other’s natural rights.  You can collect rain water in the space around your person or on your rightfully acquired real property.  You can exchange your labor directly for water or another exchange medium which you can then exchange for water.  You can drill for water on your rightfully acquired real property.  You can ask another for a charitable donation of water if all else fails you.

Next time, I will discuss needs vs. rights.  Stay tuned!

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    1. ktrae910 Post author

      If ‘clean’ water were a ‘human’ right, God would have provided it and seen to it that through a person’s own actions, they would always receive it. God provided methods that any person can use with only the natural occurring elements of his environment to filter and obtain water good enough for drinking. God truly has provided for all our needs.


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