Today is the International Human Rights Day.
We still have regions in the world where people can not freely express themselves, where citizens can be prosecuted, punished and even punished without prosecution because of their opinion, ethnic heritage or color of the skin, religious or political beliefs or lack of them, and so on.
In parts of the world the rulers still think they know better, telling citizens which information is OK, which forbidden. Even some of our members, although participating the discussion here, talking about Windows and computers, can not follow every link posted because their government has blocked access to parts of the Internet.
Also we living in so called democratic, open societies sometimes judge our fellow human bees because they are different, or come from (in our opinion) a strange place.
I would like to wish each and every of my dear fellow geeks here on the Seven Forums, my international and democratic home on the Internet, a peaceful and happy Human Rights Day, regardless the color of your skin, the God you have chosen to believe, the political views you support, or the place where you live.
United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights in all official UN languages, "from Abkhaz to Zulu.": Search by Language