Universal Rights & Unsustainable Social Function

A social entity is an organization as functioning in response to the pressures from a social construct. These include organizations who manufacture products or offer services — public or private — their existence or function can be non-essential to a species of sociality.

If a social entity fails to function sustainably, it is without the universal right to continue said unsustainable function. For an unsustainable social entity to receive continued support from a social construct — defines said social construct as unsustainable — inherently detrimental to the capabilities of a species of sociality.

Hypothetical scenario
Organization “XYZ” offers products and services in various capacities in response to the needs of various social constructs. The objectives of XYZ is to expand potential: grow markets, increase capabilities, and protect the interests of the organization. If the organization XYZ produces a product that impacts the environment of a given species, as a result of manufacturing, this alteration must be sustainable to ensure the production of said product will fall under universal rights. If the use of said product impacts the environment of a given species, the same requirements apply.

Note of importance: The environment of a given species is not just the physical environment, but all aspects, including; social, ecological, mental, and any other area impacting the function of a species.

If the organization XYZ offers products or services that are sustainable — in response to the needs of various social constructs, then said products or services fall under universal rights. Any social construct supporting the sustainable offerings of XYZ has the universal right to continue providing support.

If the continued function of organization XYZ requires support from social constructs in order to remain functioning, said function, logically, is not sustainable. However, if the function of organization XYZ is not sustainable without support from a social construct then it must be deemed an essential social service to receive continued support. An example of this would be: Healthcare as a social construct in supporting the function of a hospital. Further, education as a social construct in supporting the function of a school. For without these, the function of a species of sociality would be fundamentally limited, and therefore the capabilities of a species.

If the organization XYZ offers unsustainable products or services, any social construct supporting said organization must cease in order to remain a sustainable social construct. If organization XYZ influences the function of a supporting social construct/other social entity — favouring continued support of unsustainable function, the social construct/social entity and the organization not only fall outside of universal rights, but lose the universal right for self-governance. As a result, a new sustainable social entity must correct the definitions used in supporting the needs of any social construct — before support can be offered again.

Any unsustainable function from any social entity is without a universal right to receive support from any social construct or other social entity. To remain ignorant of this universal constant is to violate the universal rights of a species of sociality.

Can we find evidence of unsustainable social entities?

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