They cannot

They cannotChildren cannot make the complaint and bring an action the claim.

They cannot go to authorities and protest.

They cannot correlate the terrible sufferings with the reason of these sufferings at all and rejoice, when their mother, at last, comes home.

In our society of the right arise not because someone suffered, but because someone complained about it.

The most primitive rights are given to animals and that in few countries.

In the same way the indigenous people which does not have the intermediary through which it is possible to declare the rights, are deprived of those rights with which their conquerors allocate each other.

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