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  1. And how do you like this option – a person always has the freedom to break the law, cut off, go to college, fall off in a dope, become gay, pacifist – there are a whole bunch of freedoms and options not to join the army. Choose any one according to your beliefs and the environment. In the end, you can stretch your strength, and freely emigratego to live in the taiga. You are always free, regardless of any constitution. The choice to obey the rules or not is a freedom available to everyone.

  2. Yes, this is direct abuse of the torso.It ruins everyone's health!But the state is not interested in this,it just needs material to protect itself from the enemy or to attack and conquer land,which again benefits the state.THE COUNTRY DOES NOT NEED YOU AS A SCIENTIST,CREATOR AND DISCOVERER,and if YOU do,then only as a sponsor and taxpayer in this environment.Still as a consumer.The same engineers and designers are the same cogs of the system, taxpayers,consumers, its chain, part,and its participants.In fact, YES, it is violence to send any of us at the” right ” moment for the state to protect her.Because this is HER need and protection, the desire to protect, and not OURS!That is, they put 3 letters on the talents of anyone,in fact, we are in a world of wars, power and money.Not in creative mode,but in survive mode.Conditionally, according to the law, to kill a person is a crime,but only under circumstances of peace,unfortunately.After all, millions of people are killed physically in war!And yes,it's not for nothing that soldiers are called cannon fodder.

    And to the question of slavery or not…yes.This destroys talent and creativity, makes you lose your digestion and weigh 100+ kilos.And it still starts with your birth,first the parents,then the teachers at school.It is as if we are told that we must, because without soldiers the country will not be able to defend itself,but at the same time for this patriotism you have to sacrifice your health, creativity and the way you are!And so it will always be, as long as we live in a world of militarism, wars, power and money.Remember this:slavery is ANY DECISION, CHOICE, WORK, OR MEASURE made not by our desire,but because of necessity and impossibility do something else.There are, as it were, laws on inviolability,and there are other, certain duties.The first ones are our choice.Since you don't need to sacrifice your body and health to comply with the law,so as not to rob or kill anyone.Just don't touch anyone.But the law on the army is a DIRECT DUTY to sacrifice yourself and rape your body!And this disgrace will definitely be abolished, as well as serfdom or the ban on women reading books.After feminism, there is bound to be a new movement-childrenism.

  3. Military service violates the following articles of the Constitution of the Russian Federation:

    Article 2. A person, his rights and freedoms are the highest value. Recognition, observance and protection of human and civil rights and freedoms is the duty of the State;

    Article 6, Part 2. Every citizen of the Russian Federation has on its territory all the rights and freedoms and bears equal duties provided for by the Constitution of the Russian Federation;

    Article 7. The Russian Federation is a social state whose policy is aimed at creating conditions that ensure a decent life and free human development;

    Article 19, part 1. Everyone is equal before the law and the court;

    Article 19, Part 2. The State guarantees equality of human and civil rights and freedoms regardless of gender, race, nationality, language, origin, property and official status, place of residence, attitude to religion, beliefs, membership in public associations, as well as other circumstances. Any form of restriction of citizens ' rights on the grounds of social, racial, national, linguistic or religious affiliation is prohibited;

    Article 19, part 3. Men and women have equal rights and freedoms and equal opportunities to exercise them;

    Article 20, part 1. Everyone has the right to life;

    Article 21, part 1. The dignity of the individual is protected by the State. Nothing can be a reason for belittling it;

    Article 22, part 1. Everyone has the right to liberty and security of person;

    Article 27, part 1. Everyone who is legally located on the territory of the Russian Federation has the right to move freely, choose a place of stay and residence;

    Article 30, part 2. No one may be forced to join or stay in any association;

    Article 37, part 2. Forced labor is prohibited;

    Article 55, part 2. The Russian Federation should not pass laws that abrogate or detract from the rights and freedoms of individuals and citizens;

    Article 59, part 1. Protection of the Fatherland is the duty and duty of a citizen (“citizen”, but not “male citizen”, approx.) Of the Russian Federation.�

    … as well as the following articles�Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

    Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards each other in a spirit of brotherhood;

    Article 2. Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction should be made on the basis of the political, legal or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, regardless of whether that Territory is independent, trust, Non-Self-Governing or otherwise restricted in its sovereignty;

    Article 3. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person;

    Article 4. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms;

    Article 5. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment;

    Article 7. All people are equal before the law and have the right, without any distinction, to equal protection of the law. All persons have the right to equal protection from any discrimination that violates this Declaration and from any incitement to such discrimination;

    Article 13, part 1. Everyone has the right to move freely and to choose his or her place of residence within the borders of each State;

    Article 20, Part 2. No one may be forced to join any association.

  4. Ayn Rand, in her book “Capitalism: An Unfamiliar Ideal,” has an excellent reflection on this very topic, which, in my opinion, very accurately answers your question. It sounds like this:

    “Of all the totalitarian violations of individual rights under a mixed economic system, conscription is probably the worst. This is an abuse of rights. Military conscription denies a fundamental human right — the right to life – and establishes the basic principle of totalitarianism, according to which a person's life belongs to the state, and the state can demand to sacrifice it in war. If this principle is accepted, everything else is only a matter of time. If a state can force a person to risk life or health in a war that it has declared on its own whim, the purpose of which it cannot approve, but even understand, if its consent is not required to send it to inhuman torment, then, in principle, all rights are denied in this state, and its government is not the defender of citizens. What, then, does it protect?”

  5. In the theories of the social contract (for example, Hobbes and Rousseau) – does not violate.�

    The natural right to freedom without restrictions operates in the “natural state”, when there is no state and no laws. In this case, people are completely free, but their safety is not protected by anyone but themselves. Everyone should take care of themselves to protect themselves from enemies, to prevent threats to their lives. In the civil state (state), the rules change: security is now protected by state forces, and the time and effort that people spent on self-defense are freed up for useful activities. People living in a civil state receive this benefit of a peaceful life on the condition that at some point the state can say: now it's your turn, go serve so that others can live in peace. It turns out something like a “mutual aid box office”, where everyone at some point pays for others, because the rest of the time others paid for him.

    You can be opposed to conscription for a hundred other reasons, but with “natural law” everything is at least ambiguous.

  6. It violates, to the same extent that it violates this natural right and many other obligations – for example, the obligation to pay alimony and taxes, to be in prison for a crime, to pass customs control at the airport.

    Simply put, any individual right can be restricted in the public and state interests.

    All natural human rights are more or less limited by their obligations to other subjects of law, even the right to life.

    I've already answered a similar question here once thequestion.ru

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