The thirty pieces of silver of human rights Peter Baxter
The thirty pieces of silver of human rights paid for by the crucifixions of so many,
Belonging to you and belonging to me exclusions well there just aren’t any.
We have the right to live and the right to liberty,
We have the right to legality not subject to slavery,
We have the right to be Innocent and a represented trial
We have the right keep our name when others seeks to defame
We have the right to travel, without the shackles of possessions
We have the right to purchases without leasing or restrictions
We have the right to an education provided free for everyone,
We have the right to express our views and vote in our elections
We have a right to meet peaceably but respecting others dignities
We have the same rights you and me, throughout all humanities
We have the rights not to suffer, in illness, or inquest, or age,
We have the rights to our family and to provide a living wage,
We have the rights to our beliefs and our right to pray,
We share this right with everyone whatever they choose to say.
These thirty pieces of silver paid for, for you and me, offers everyone,
Real hope, life, and above all liberty.
Peter Shakespeare Baxter
No one can take these rights from you any one who does is a dictator