Human Rights on Earth
Confronted daily with the turmoil of the human condition, it’s very easy to lose hope. Perspectives weighed down by the Earth’s gravity well are vastly different depending on where you live, and what values you’ve been raised by. Bitterness from the the inability to move to space has carried over generations, people left behind to die on this collapsing world, hearing news from those above who say that life has infinite possibility outside of Earth’s grasp. What most of the planet knows is that the EEM initiative was designed to help the planet Earth and the human race survive, with new resources and advancements in technology to aid the mounting problems presented.
While this is understood – or as some people choose to see it: understood to be the excuse – perspectives have changed over the 150 years we’ve spent in space. While changes are noticable, with more expendable resources to help extend Protected Zones, and respectively, The Runoff, it’s very easy for one to feel that not enough is being done. With continued news of developments in space, advancements in technology, and even the establishment as CST as a government body, one can come to the conclusion that work to save the Earth is not being done intentionally.
Human Rights on Earth movements are groups of people on the planet’s surface that are campaigning/fighting for just that – the recovery of rights for humans that continue to live on Earth. There are a number of movements, but the one known most for clashing with the government’s forces and making the biggest news is Precedence Earth. HRE members can be found globally, as there is no shortage of contempt for those that live better lives either on Earth or in space. Historic records and stories from the past drive HREs to bring Earth back to the way it was, where people could live comfortably, instead of the police state they’re forced to live in today.