Alidar Jarok wrote:
It's extraordinarily important for the modern world, so it may be beneficial for it to become a government provided service (much like the postal service), but it still costs money to provide.
Like in China?
Here's what I would constitute as 'rights':
Free and unrestricted access to basic necessities:
Clean air, clean water, food, shelter/housing, electricity, transport, education, health care, and basic technological amenities (a decent computer system and internet) - all of those (and most wants) can be provided in abundance several times over for every person on this planet.
Is there actually ANY place on earth where that's the case?